Before having a smartphone I used to have a mobile phone stand. It’s just some plastic holder which you can slot your phone in and place it on your desk. Simple as that. Of course the phone I was using then was not as bigger as wider than the smartphone I’m currently using.
I don’t see why I should get one of em anytime soon. Unless Motorola came up with a docking system for my Defy perhaps I might consider it.
But after coming across a product which is still under development, I think this one has a lot of potential. Industrial design, looks adaptable to almost any daily situation and small. Check out Oona. (update) looks like they have raised 100k for their funding. Good luck guys!
Perhaps we can break away from the traditional Christmas photo cards and give away some Oona’s this season?
Check them out here
I have been using Windows mobile operating system since the day I learned the word ‘smartphone’. Probably 6 years back or so, I bought my first HP iPAQ series phone. I think I had like 3 or 4 models. HP was the only player apart from Palm who was dominating the PDA / Smartphone market at the time. It’s just sad that HP phones are almost unknown to people nowadays. Palm did made some come back making some other models using the Windows OS platform but can’t really notice the marketing being really aggressive.
I love the Windows OS. I really do. But then again it’s a love / hate relationship. You even have to accept that the OS will and must ‘freeze’ at more times than you can actually do actual work. After such a long relationship I finally broke up with her. I moved to Android. Yeah I know there’s Windows Mobile 7 now but it took them too long before a loyal user like me actually loose faith in them Windows OS.
I bought my first ever Rm1000 phone. Seriously.
It’s the Motorola Defy. Dust and Water resistant, I am like a happy kid who can’t wait to wake up in the morning to open his Christmas present every single morning!
Thank God for Google Android. It’s such a fun phone. There’s tonnes of useful apps in the Android market. I love the usb barcode scanner ones as well. They are really awesome!
p/s I still have one HP iPAQ with me. It’s called the HP iPAQ 914C. Gonna keep it for my collection of old phones.
Just made an online purchase from DELL. I was close to purchasing a Lenovo G470 when I came across Dells offer in a news flyer. But I was more suprised because the flyer quoted RM2049 when I actually found the same laptop with the same specs (without the promo code) for Rm1600, with a red color top.
Order saja lah!
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1 T510620MY-Dell(TM) Inspiron(TM) 14 (N4030) Laptop (OCWT) 1
2 Inspiron 14 (N4030) Direct Base 1
3 Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-480M (2.66GHz, 4Threads, turbo boost up to 2.93Ghz, 3M cache) 1
4 Discount is only valid if the corresponding upgraded item is selected above. 1
5 Limited time promotional offer only. No further discounts apply. 1
6 14″ (35.6cm) HD WLED True-Life (1366×768) 1
7 Dell Webcam Central Software 1
8 0.3 MP Integrated Webcam and Integrated Mic 1
9 LCD Back Cover – IMR Red 1
10 User Manual (English) 1
11 Dell(TM) Welcome 1
12 Resouce DVD 1
13 APCC Info Mod 1
14 DataSafe Local Basic 1
15 Genuine Windows(R) 7 OS Label 1
16 Skype Software 1
17 Direct Ship Info 1
18 Break the Seal Sticker 1
19 5-in-1 Flash Memory Reader: SD/SDHC/MMC/MMC+/MS/MS Pro 1
20 Integrated 10/100 Ethernet LAN 1
21 Dell(TM) Support Center 1
22 Windows Live Software 1
23 Intel® Core™ i5 Series Processor Label 1
24 Adobe Reader X 1
25 Stage Software – Framework 1
26 Stage Software – PhotoStage 1
27 Stage Software – MusicStage 1
28 Stage Software – VideoStage 1
29 Ebay Webslice 1
30 My Dell Downloads 1
31 4GB (2 X 2 GB) 2 DIMM DDR3 1333MHz 1
32 500GB 5400RPM Hard Drive 1
33 DVD+/-RW Optical Drive 1
34 Roxio Creator Software 1
35 65W AC Adapter 1
36 Power Cord (UK) 1
37 6-cell Lithium Ion Battery 1
38 Shipment Box – Brown 1
39 No Carrying Case 1
40 Intel(R) HD Graphics 1
41 Integrated Stereo Sound 1
42 Dell Wireless 1501 (MY) 1
43 Dell Wireless 365 Bluetooth Internal (2.1+EDR) Mini-Card (MY) 1
44 Dell(TM) Keyboard with Touchpad (English) 1
45 Genuine Windows(R) 7 Home Premium COA Label (SEA) 1
46 Windows 7 Microsoft Patch (Including SP1) 1
47 Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64bit (English) 1
48 OS Media Kit Not Included 1
49 - 1
50 Microsoft(R) Office Starter 2010: reduced-functionality Word & Excel w/ads. No PowerPoint or Outlook 1
51 Dell(TM) PC Restore Software 1
52 McAfee(R) Security Center(TM) (Multi-Language) – 30-Day Trial Version 1
53 # Yr 1 Carry-In Service after Remote Diagnosis 1
54 # Yr 1 CIS Parts Exchange Service 1
55 1 Year Standard Phone Support: Mon-Fri 0900-1800 1
56 # 1yr Ltd HW Wrty, InHome Svce after Remote Diagnosis 1
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60 Regional Support Within Asia Pacific Countries For Laptops 1
61 #INFO,RYLTY,DTSV,OL 1
62 Dell Online Backup 2GB 1
63 For info only:1 Year Dell Online Backup 2GB 1
64 To activate your online backup account, go to Start, Programs, Datasafe Online 1
65 MOD,SW,DSO,2GB-FREE,2.0 1
66 Technical Support 1
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74 NB-OS-CTO Handling&Insurance charges(Malaysia) 1
75 Inspiron(TM) Delivery Charges (West Malaysia) 1