I wish they sold it in Singapore but because there is no iTunes Movies/TV Shows rental service in Singapore, I doubt it will happen anytime soon. Nevertheless, it is still not a bad media player for that price. Not forgetting that the Apple TV is powered by Apple A4 chip.
Today is the eve of Lunar New Year and also last day of the Rabbit year. Tomorrow will be the start of a Dragon year! Expect lots of babies to be born this year as the Chinese love the dragon year!
I hereby wishes all Chinese a Happy Lunar New Year! May you all HUAT till no tomorrow!
Sony Tablet S (3G/16GB) is finally available in Singapore as of 13th January 2012 for S$798. Because of the release of Sony Tablet (3G), the price for the WiFi version has been reduced as well.
Motorola XOOM 2 (3G/wifi, 32GB) is now available in Singapore (as of 13th January 2012) for a RRP of S$978.
Announced at CES 2012, Sony Xperia S (the link is still pointing to SonyEricsson.com) is Sony’s first smartphone after she broke up with Ericsson.
The specs for Sony Xperia S is pretty impressive (1.5GHz Dual-Core + 1GB RAM) and it does supports NFC as well. The only complaint I have is it should be launching with Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) instead of Android 2.3 (Gingerbread). It will be available in 2 colors, black or white.
Nokia Lumia 900 was announced at CES 2012 but unfortunately at this point of time, it is only available exclusively for AT&T at launch time. I am pretty sure it will be in other countries as well. For Singapore, maybe SingTel will bring them in with their LTE service?
Now, if only Nokia included in NFC to the Lumia 900 and it would be perfect!
Galaxy Nexus – 11th February 2012 – RRP: S$948
The Prada Phone by LG 3.0 will be retailing for S$1,088 without contract.
LG will be having a 1-day-only sale event at its LG LIVE Store located at Marina Bay Sands on the 21st January 2012. You can get the phone without contract on that day and you will receive a limited edition LG Prada Cradle (worth S$228) with every purchase of the Prada Phone.
The PlugBug charger acts as an US travel adapter for your MacBook Pro/Air MacSafe Power Adapter and on top of that it gives you an additional USB port that allows you to charge your iPhone or iPad. I find it super useful for hotels that has limited power sockets. If you prefer not to attached it to your MacSafe Power Adapter, no worries as it can be used as a standalone USB charger.