Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 with 3G (16GB) is now available in Singapore retailing for S$848 without contract.
Singapore, 19 August 2011 – Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd, the global leader in Android mobile devices, has launched its sales of GALAXY Tab 10.1 in Singapore.
Just only last month HP announced the availablity of TouchPad in Singapore (16GB: S$699) and today, they announced they are killing WebOS. Like WTF?
I wonder will they sell those existing TouchPads at a discount since it has EOLed, I don’t mind getting a 16GB one for less than S$200.
I always wanted to get a Logitech Harmony Remotes for my television and media player, but they are pretty expensive, finally they announced something more affordable which is the Logitech Harmony 200. It will be available in Singapore by early September 2011 for a recommended retail price of S$39. Hopefully just in time for Comex 2011 which is happening from 1st to 4th September 2011 at Suntect City.
I just checked the Harmony’s Supported Devices page and it supports my room television setup!
Firefox 6.0 is officially released despite the final build got leaked out 2 days ago. Firefox 6.0 is released 2 months after Firefox 5.0 and 5 months after Firefox 4.0. Soon, people will just lose track of version number and it will no longer be meaningful! I have lost track of what is the current version of Google Chrome!
What’s New In Firefox 6.0?
As you know by now, I am a huge fan of Bluelounge products, my latest purchase from them this time round is the CableClip. I got all 3 sizes (Small, Medium & Large) from Challenger at Funan. Each cost S$16.90 and after 10% member’s discount, it cost S$15.21. I have to say these clips are pretty expensive, but I think of it as supporting a company that makes great products!
Wow, Google is acquiring Motorola Mobility for US$12.5 billion! This comes as a surprise for me! Looks like future Google’s Nexus Phone will be made by Motorola. Next, Microsoft will acquire Nokia for US$27 billion or less.
Press release as follows:
Went to StarHub Shop at VivoCity on the 24th June 2011 to apply for MaxOnline Infinity which is Starhub fibre Internet service. I chose the MaxInfinity Elite plan which has a download speed of 150Mbps, upload speed of 75Mbps and international speed of 15Mbps. It cost S$82.18 per month for a 2 year contract.
They did not tell me when they are coming to setup the fibre Internet service. I waited a month and they called me on the 3rd week of July 2011 saying they will come on 26th July 2011 to install the service.