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Lumia 640 Full Review: The Affordable Jack of All Trades

Lumia 640 was introduced earlier this year, along with Lumia 640 XL, its bigger brother. Their introduction shows Microsoft’s strategy in focusing on the budget phone market. After pushing so many low end devices into the market, Is there any space left for the new Lumia 640 and how does it compare to the rest of the pack? Or is it “just another Lumia”? I have used the Lumia 640 for 2 weeks and here are my thoughts on it.


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Lightning Saver Review: An accessory to save your Lightning cable

Apple’s Lightning cable is well-received due to its compactness and reversibility while plugging in. However, its durability fall shorts of expectation and there were tonnes of complaints regarding breaking cables. Lightning Saver is an accessory launched under Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign which aims to solve the problem. So does it work as it promises?


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Microsoft Lumia 535 Full Review: Another Cheap Lumia That Is Not Bad At All

Lumia 535 was launched at the end of last year and it was the first Lumia to carry Microsoft’s brand name after Microsoft completed the acquisition of Nokia’s Devices and Services division. Despite having an affordable price tag, it came with respectable specifications, at least on paper. So how does it perform in real life and can it live up to the high expectation of being the first Microsoft Lumia?

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Xiaomi USB Portable WiFi Review

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While WiFi connections are getting more and more common these days, there are still places that can only provide reliable Internet connection over the Ethernet port. With poor or the total absence of WiFi signals, much of our mobile devices will be quite useless. Therefore, using a computer with a stable Internet connection as a WiFi hotspot is certainly a good idea. There are a lot of software which utilize the WiFi module present in the computer to share the connection. However, some of them can be quite unreliable or expensive. So here’s where the Xiaomi Portable WiFi plays its role.

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Xiaomi Redmi 2 Full Review: Cheap doesn’t mean bad

Xiaomi has been famous for delivering products that are cheap yet good. The Xiaomi Redmi 1S was a very popular device when it was still available in the past for the same reason. Its successor, the Redmi 2, was introduced earlier this year and it comes with better specifications and the similar affordable price tag. Cheap being cheap, is the Redmi 2 good enough to satisfy everyone? Let’s find out!


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Xiaomi 5000mAh Mi Power Bank Review: Much Thinner, Charges Faster

Xiaomi’s Mi Power Bank is a popular choice when we are choosing a power bank to provide our devices some juice. We have reviewed the 10400mAh Mi Power Bank in the past and its price is very appealing and the performance is satisfying. However, the older 10400mAh and 5200mAh units can be quite thick and this is quite inconvenient for frequent travellers. To address this, Xiaomi has introduced a 5000mAh Mi Power Bank and it is much, much thinner than its predecessors.

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ASUS PadFone S Full Review: Affordable flagship that performs beyond its price

Dubbed as the “Super Phone”, the ASUS PadFone S (PF500KL) is the best phone you can get from ASUS. Combined with the PadFone Station, you can convert the device between a 5″ phone and a 9″ tablet. With the PadFone Station available optionally, ASUS manages to keep the price low while offering powerful hardware. Being cheap and good, is it too good to be true? Or are there any shortcomings? Let’s find out!

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We would like to thank ASUS Malaysia for providing the test unit to make this review possible!

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ASUS PadFone S (PF500KL) Unboxing & First Look

ASUS PadFone S (PF500KL) is the most high-end smartphone offered by the Taiwanese company at this moment. While the specifications fall in the premium spectrum, the price is still very affordable like the rest of the offerings from ASUS. In fact, it is the cheapest among all phones that run on the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor. You can also dock it into its PadFone station to convert it into a 9″ tablet, as the name suggests.

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ASUS Malaysia has loaned us a unit of the PadFone S and we really appreciate that. Unfortunately, we do not have the PadFone Station with us. Today, we are going to unbox this phone and to share our first impression on it. The full review is on the way!


ASUS PadFone S is priced at RM899 and this time, the PadFone Station is not bundled together. The optional tablet dock is available at RM499. It is nice for consumers that we have the choice to buy only what we need. I bet that this will make the PadFone S more appealing. Here are the full specifications for the device:

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Comparison: ASUS Fonepad 7 FE375CG VS ASUS Fonepad 7 FE170CG

Asus Fonepad 7 FE375CG VS FE170CG

We have just reviewed two ASUS Fonepad 7 back to back, the entry level FE170CG and the better FE375CG. Both Fonepad 7s are launched in 2014. There is no question that Fonepad 7 FE375CG is the better tablet out of the two. However, it is priced at RM649(USD 200) while the FE170CG costs only RM429(USD 130). Can the improvement found in FE375CG justify the RM220 price difference?

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ASUS Fonepad 7 FE375CG Full Review, Affordable Dual Sim Tablet Powered by 64 bit Processor

Earlier this month, ASUS Malaysia has made the ASUS Fonepad 7 (FE375CG) officially available in Malaysia. The Fonepad 7 is a 7″ tablet with dual sim capability and given that we had just reviewed the cheaper Fonepad 7 FE170CG which is surprisingly solid for its price, we are excited by the arrival of its upgraded version. Also, ASUS Malaysia is kind enough to send us a unit for this review and we really want to thank them for their support.


Now I have been using the tablet for some time and it is time for us to see what is great and not so great about this tablet! You can jump to the conclusion for the whole impression if you are in a hurry.

What’s In The Box?

The packaging of ASUS Fonepad 7 FE375CG is very similar to the FE170CG. Their boxes are almost identical except that the picture in front is different and there is a model number at the bottom right hand corner. Nevertheless, the packaging is simple yet attractive.


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