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Hey guys! I’m just confused of the bluetooth sharing of this device, will the Plantronics Backbeat Go/903+ work with this player? I mean can I use Plantronics Backbeat Go/903+ as earphones for this player? I read from its specs that MW1 has Bluetooth version 3 which might not be compatible with my Plantronics Backbeat Go/903+ A2DP device or not? Please correct me. I’m planning to buy one so please guys, tell me if I’m good to go for it. ‘Coz I just thought having a small mp3 player like this and using a wireless earphones with it would be great. I just can’t find an mp3 player out there that has looks like this one, so I’m hoping it could work with other wireless earphones. I use my Plantronics Backbeat Go/903+ with my iPhone4 as mp3 for running, but I found my iPhone4 annoyingly shaking in my sweat pants due to its weight. So if this mp3 player can be paired with the Plantronics Backbeat Go/903+ I won’t have to run with a “Wongka Donka” mp3 player, all I have to do is clip it and wear my wireless earphones. Thanks for the answer in advance!
» Posted By Shaun On Tuesday, 27th November 2012 @ 12:24
Not very impressive, I don’t see a need for a slate, being a tablet user myself. It will never be powerful enough to do descent work as a proper PC or for school, etc, yet too big to conveniently carry around as a portable device. For me, I will be putting my money for the next gen iPhone maybe coming out in June, that will be better.
» Posted By Shaun On Thursday, 28th January 2010 @ 05:45
yea finally the G11 is finally out. Had been waiting months for it to be release in SG. The EOS series, haha they are just oo big!
» Posted By Shaun On Saturday, 10th October 2009 @ 17:08
lol I see your watermark everywhere!
cool, so you intend to draw or do workstation stuff on it as well?
» Posted By Shaun On Wednesday, 30th September 2009 @ 06:25
Take 2 Mmm, lemme guess… Fiona Ng? :X
» Posted By Shaun On Thursday, 20th August 2009 @ 12:25
The problem with integrated graphics is because it’s integrated into the northbridge dude, so the only way to fix the problem is to replace the whole mobo. This is the same for any other branded PC bro.
Never had a problem with Dell, especially when lester is now dealing with their business and not the consumer department. IMO the service they provide is godsend man.
» Posted By Shaun On Thursday, 20th August 2009 @ 12:28
Yea, congrats! You consider doing post-grad or heading out for work?
For me, it’s the start of uni! 🙁 Man I am slow.
» Posted By Shaun On Thursday, 20th August 2009 @ 12:24
Ewww, Symbian. I will stay away from it.
» Posted By Shaun On Thursday, 21st May 2009 @ 17:35
lol, another event I could not make. duh, at least I know what I’ve missed haha, thanks lest for the update.
hey did that rep give you like a login and pass for the beta site atm? So that how you enter to site to see it now?
P.S dell should bring alienware to Singapore!
» Posted By Shaun On Saturday, 25th April 2009 @ 19:17
yea agree, Amazon provides very good service and price as well, about 30% cheaper than borders and kino here. Just too bad you can’t pay with paypal lol, unless you use the ebay debit cards. LOL
» Posted By Shaun On Friday, 17th April 2009 @ 00:26
woo cool laser etched acrylic.
lol, maybe you can just change your header image with it haha. then you can call it V3.0001
Used to do these back in SP, especially complex tribal designs. We students sometimes quite itchy to get such designs done on our CAD programs and send it to our school’s laser cutter to these melted. Like the very clean designs.
» Posted By Shaun On Wednesday, 1st April 2009 @ 20:28
hey Vodien, I know those guys from a friend, they are also computing students too rite? from NUS I was told.
» Posted By Shaun On Thursday, 2nd April 2009 @ 17:13
hey so ya back at qala again? or sgwebster has moved over there now? lol ya advertising for them?
Lol, same, same, my site is also running on a dedicated server, quite waste of resources too bah, quad core xeon with 4GB ram for one domain, haha.
» Posted By Shaun On Wednesday, 1st April 2009 @ 20:20
Happy birthday! lol 25 years
» Posted By Shaun On Wednesday, 25th March 2009 @ 18:15
Haiz, the hard truth and tough times for grads now these days, but with your commitment to programming and the open source community I believe you should have no problems find a deserving employer, you deserve a good job in line with your passion in programming.
» Posted By Shaun On Sunday, 22nd March 2009 @ 21:43
Yup, the presenter is particularly good esp when you have to stand at the center of a stage and still control your notebook far away.
Dude, but this presenter is only good for the timer and vibration functions, though nobody uses it. You can get a similar Belkin one at $99 only.
Otherwise you can use your phone with bluetooth to your S60 HP, it works as a universal remote and mouse as well.
» Posted By Shaun On Sunday, 22nd March 2009 @ 21:49
deuter bags are good and they are also the cheapest in the range! you can’t go wrong with them I survived trekking about 100km with them before, the back support is good!
wonder why SAF do not use such back supports in their field packs
» Posted By Shaun On Tuesday, 24th February 2009 @ 21:27
Surprising you can use this calculator for so long. Think mine already kaboom quite sometime ago. Now it seems I won’t touch a calculator with less than 2 lines of dot matrix screen real estate!
Come to think about it, I still have a working scientific calculator which I still have (but used) since secondary school, think it’s one generation before the fx-9xx series, it does not have a hard slide on cover but have this soft black plastic flip which you can open it like a book.
» Posted By Shaun On Tuesday, 24th February 2009 @ 21:25
omg, geek alert! lol
I recently got quite few shirts online as well, namely gaming shirts like the TF2 ones, they are cool too!
» Posted By Shaun On Monday, 16th February 2009 @ 01:42
lol, I will need to get an Xbox before I can play it thou… wonder will there be a PC port. Just like GTA 4 on PC… yippee
» Posted By Shaun On Thursday, 12th February 2009 @ 18:21
Whoa cool for the dates for next year. I can still make the IT and PC show before the mid year!
Wireless N? mmm don’t forget you need to upgrade all your home network cards to N as well, but that speed is only good for internal LAN though, speeds on the net is still largely capped by your ISP, say starhub.
» Posted By Shaun On Saturday, 29th November 2008 @ 16:17
lol, any door gifts for the event? not even an intel pen? LOL times!
» Posted By Shaun On Tuesday, 25th November 2008 @ 09:07
Though the new i7 will makes our quads look like nothing, but I am actually more than satisfied with my setup now, I mean able to play crysis at high settings and RA3 at MAX at 1920×1200 is still something our current systems can still do. I believe SC2 and Diablo III can play well at MAX on our current setup as well.
I won’t see a justifiable need for this chip, well unless you are upgrading from a P4 maybe, so you can skip the current quads. Our quads can still stick around for about 2 years before production software will even be 8 core aware, let be not able to play games at MAX.
You don’t need 8 cores to code PHP!
» Posted By Shaun On Tuesday, 25th November 2008 @ 09:06
Sigh I could not make it for the launch and rejected the offer as I was abroad at that time. Do you got free core i7? haha?
» Posted By Shaun On Monday, 24th November 2008 @ 17:22
Lol, yea considering that we’ve almost purchased every single gold edition since tiberian sun (the ones before that all no gold ed :X), maybe why not keep up the trend right?
Maybe I go cyco the tecdrome uncle again so he can gimme discounts below $79.90.
Yea the bundles sux big time man, its like they do not even know what we gamers need. Is hardware all they think we need?
» Posted By Shaun On Tuesday, 4th November 2008 @ 12:01
yea.. planning to be getting mine tml. Still can’t decide between the standard at $59.90 or this version.
» Posted By Shaun On Monday, 3rd November 2008 @ 23:44
whoa just when I am starting to get used to CS3. Dang, Adobe always makes accounting what they actually have bundled in their package rather misleading since they brought Marcomedia, why can’t they just allow us to customers choose the programs we actually need instead of pre-defined packs?
» Posted By Shaun On Monday, 20th October 2008 @ 22:28
uh-oh, the google clones are coming, after taking over your browser, then it will take over all your office applications in no time..
Chrome currently now = more headache for compatibility for web developers.
I still love my FF3.
» Posted By Shaun On Saturday, 6th September 2008 @ 11:38
“Network ready” is ambiguous, and does not tell you that the printer can do print over IP/net aka “remote printing”. It’s usually commonly used as a marketing tool to tell you that the printer have a print server built inside, so all you need to do it just plug it straight into your network right out of the box, therefore the term “network ready”.
Currently I think the possibly of print over IP is still largely achievable on dedicated PC-based print servers (not those small plug in ones), where you can run the box on WIN or linux to catch the print jobs from the internet and spool it to any attached USB printer.
» Posted By Shaun On Wednesday, 3rd September 2008 @ 21:13
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I think “network ready” on those laser printers only mean that the print server is built into the printer itself, so what it has is either an Ethernet port which you can plug direct into a wired network/router or a USB port which you can attach a USB wireless dongle to connect to your router wirelessly.
» Posted By Shaun On Wednesday, 3rd September 2008 @ 01:28