I just recently bought an OrangePi and it is currently working fine. Among other things, I plan to use it as a pseudo-NAS or SeaFile server. There’s just one thing that is stopping me from doing that — I don’t have a spare harddisk.
ASUS has just announced that stafting on Saturday, Sept 29, Google’s Nexus 7 tablet will be available in Singapore. Yey!
I reckon there are only few people owning Samsung NX200 since I can’t find other owners/users complaining about this camera. It’s either that or I’m the only one having focusing issue on the kit lens(18-55mm).
After more than a month of missed schedule and Jelly Bean in the horizon, Samsung finally released their version of Android Ice Cream Sandwich to Galaxy S2 in Singapore. It is available via Samsung Kies. The versiom they released is based on ICS 4.0.3.
My brother sent me his TouchPad because it is already gathering dust on their home. He thought I might be interested and of course, I gladly accepted it. It’s still sporting webOS when I received it and judging from the several days I used it, I can understand why they no longer use this otherwise amazing tablet. There’s just too few apps available and the apps I’ve been accustomed to are missing.
I was on a hunt for a mirrorless camera lately and I was considering Panasonic GX1, Sony NEX-5N and NEX-C3. I initially took out Olympus PEN from the options as it doesn’t appeal to me despite its some advantages over the other models. And Samsung? It was never in the shortlist. It wasn’t even on my radar.
That almost cryptic title says it all. Additional details:
Monthly Subscription : $41.30
Bundled Data : 10GB
Download Speed : 21mbps
One Time Charge : $37.45
16GB WiFi+3G/4G : $399
32GB WiFi+3G/4G : $499
For more information, go to http://starhub.com/ipad
In the StarHub Website, it was stated as 4G but there’s no telco here with LTE. The most we can get is a HSPA+ connection. Either way, prepare your wallets for yet another magical product from the house of Steve… errr… Tim Cook.