Asus telah meluaskan penguasaan dalam bidang yang terbaru iaitu tablet pc menyaingi syarikat pengeluar tablet pc yang terkemuka yang lain. Tablet terbaru dari ASUS Eee Pad MeMO.

Specifications (base version)
Manufacturer Asus
Model name Eee Pad MeMo
CPU type ARM Cortex A9 (Dual-Core)
CPU speed 1200 Mhz
OS Android 3.0
Display Size
7" 1024 X 600
Touch Technology
Capacitive Multi-touch
Display Type
Keyboard NO
Mouse Pointer NO

Physical Interfaces
Line-out / Headphone (3.5mm)

Wireless Interfaces
No Wireless PAN (Bluetooth)
No Wireless WAN (e.g. 3G cellular)

Additional Specs and Accessories (can vary)
Camera 5.0MP Auto-Focus
Operating system : Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)

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DirecTV App untuk pengguna iPad

Perisian terbaru untuk pengguna iPad : App DirecTV muncul di kedai iTunes pagi ini. Ciri-ciri yang cukup baik terperinci tentang preview website, seperti tablet remote kawalan. Aplikasi dapat memberikan penjadualan remote untuk peti DVR, anda akan memerlukan salah satu model Plus HD DVR (HR20, HR21, HR22, HR23, dan HR24 H21, H23, H24) untuk fungsi remote control. Ulasan Awal tampak positif kecuali kurangnya video streaming untuk tablet itu sendiri.


Seiring dengan mampu menyalurkan surfing, rakaman menetapkan dan senarai carian sampai 14 hari sebelum ini, pengguna boleh mencari maklumat tambahan yang berkaitan dengan pemain dan krew dari program tertentu, menetapkan kawalan ibubapa, sukan akses skor dan banyak lagi.

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Motorola Xoom review

Hands on: Motorola Xoom review


Motorola’s new tablet has finally been announced after months of leaks and rumours about the new device – and while we don’t understand the theory behind the name, the Motorola Xoom is one of the most powerful iPad rivals out there.

With a dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor beating with two 1GHz chips, it’s a powerful little grunt-nugget, and the 1280×800 resolution display is a great size at 10.1-inches, making it very much an iPad rival, especially when you consider the similar black bezel is a little thinner.

After the Android 2.2-powered Samsung Galaxy Tab failed to rock our world, we had high hopes for the Xoom, and it looks the part at this early stage.

Motorola xoom review

The dual-core chipset looks like it will really help power along both video and operation, and the early finger responsiveness was excellent, although a little juddery at times.

Things like hitting the menu unlock, which asks you to move a padlock icon out of a circle, wasn’t the smoothest – we hope this kind of optimisation happens in the coming months.

Motorola xoom review

There’s a front-facing video camera for Google Talk (or whichever video calling app you’d like) and a rear facing 5MP offering with dual LED flash for awkward tablet picture-taking – all pretty nice on the spec front so far.

Motorola xoom review

What are missing are the front buttons – no need for them here, as Google has built them right into the Android 3.0 OS beating at the heart of the Motorola Xoom.

Motorola xoom review

A 3G SIM slot as well as a microSD opening adorn the top of the Xoom, although the latter actually isn’t supported by Honeycomb as yet – Motorola told us that this was only down to future-proofing the device, and soon it would release an update to activate the feature.

Motorola xoom review

The Xoom actually can be used one-handed in both portrait and landscape mode, although we don’t recommend it if you don’t want to run the risk of dropping it all over the place. Still, it’s good to know you can have a spare palm around if you need it.

Motorola xoom review

Motorola’s gone a little dock happy this time around, and the Xoom has one to go with it, although the only addition is a USB port to plug in peripherals to connect up to the device and watch films or similar.

Motorola xoom review

In terms of functionality, it’s going to be a while until we can give the Xoom a proper hands-on review, as Motorola was reticent to show us all the cool stuff running on the device at this stage of the build – frustrating, but a good way to ward off the negative press an unresponsive unit will bring.

Motorola xoom review

The new features of Android 3.0 look very good though; here’s a run-down of what you can expect:

Google Mail is now divided into two sections, allowing you to see your inbox as well as reply to mails in the same pane. This interface morphs depending on what you’re doing, so if you looking through your various mail folders the right hand pane will show previews of the messages contained within.

Motorola xoom review

Books – the 3D carousel looks very spiffy, and all your titles will be stored on the cloud, rather than the device. You’ll cache them as you read, which means that should you go out of signal you won’t lose the book you’re ploughing through, and if you open the same book on another machine (your PC, for instance) then you can simply pick up where you left off.

Motorola xoom review

The books can be read in both portrait or landscape mode, and while we’re not sure that ebooks on tablets are the most natural way to read prose, it’s perfectly acceptable and large enough.

Motorola xoom review

Motorola xoom review

Video should be pretty good on a device of this size and resolution – the test selection we were shown was impressive enough, although it didn’t blow our socks off in the way some video looks on smaller screens. This is natural given the larger size, but the slightly visible buttons at the bottom of the screen looked a bit scrappy UI-wise.

Motorola xoom review

We’re told that other applications will still stretch video to the larger size for the screen, even though they’re not optimised for Honeycomb as yet – nice work from the development team at Google and good way to keep the applications up to date and relevant.

Google Maps – the same as we’ve seen on other devices, Google Maps 5.0 looks great and speedy on the Motorola Xoom.

Motorola xoom review

3D mode rendered very quickly, and the snap into Streetview was almost instantaneous – the Motorola Xoom has a three point accelerometer, gyroscope and barometer on board, so we reckon Google Maps could make use of this extra functionality in the future and make some even cooler leaps forward.

Motorola xoom review

YouTube – the whole UI for this has been re-developed for the Android 3.0 update, and it certainly looks good. We’re looking at related videos while the main movie is playing, and a 3D carousel of all the current titles related to our search too.

A double tap will bring the main video to the fore, and shows that YouTube video streaming is definitely moving forward to an acceptable point for tablets as well.

Motorola xoom review

Google Talk – as we mentioned earlier, the front-facing 1.3MP camera now enabled video chat on the tablet, and works well on the slate form factor when docked.

Motorola xoom review

The Google Talk application is the best place to get the video chat for the tablet, and you can use both the front and rear cameras for chatting to someone in another place and still see each other.

We’re told it works well over both 3G and Wi-Fi, but we’ll reserve judgement about that until we get the chance to play with it out and about, as there would have had to be some serious optimisation to get 3G video calling working to an acceptable level.

Overall, we’re impressed with the Xoom, and look forward to having a more in-depth play with it than the one Motorola would let us have at the demonstration.

Motorola xoom review

The power and new OS bode well, and certainly offer the chance of better battery life and functionality than the Galaxy Tab, which has failed to impress us despite the level of hype generated by its launch.

Stick around for TechRadar’s in-depth Motorola Xoom review – we’re looking forward to giving the new tablet and Google’s Android 3.0 a really good going over.

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Sony Ericsson introduces Xperia Play -- PlayStation certified Android smartphone

While other smartphones have slide-out keyboards, Sony Ericsson´s new Xeperia smartphone, the Xperia Play, comes with a slide-out game pad and combines PlayStation-quality gaming experience with the very latest in Android smartphone technology.

The Xperia Play´s slide out game pad reveals a digital D pad, two analogue touch pads, two shoulder buttons and the four PlayStation icons: circle, cross, square and triangle.

Capable of 60fps play-back 3D mobile gaming and Web browsing with minimal power consumption, the Xperia Play is powered by Qualcomm´s optimised Snapdragon processor with a 1Ghz CPU and embedded Adreno GPU graphics processor. It will run on Gingerbread (version 2.3), the latest version of Google´s Android platform.

It also comes with a 5 megapixel camera, 4" multi-touch screen and social networking features.

As a PlayStation Certified device, it will have access to PlayStation game content provided through the PlayStation Suite initiative, currently under development by Sony Computer Entertainment and due to launch later this calendar year.

Sony Ericsson has partnered with key publishers in the gaming industry to deliver a rich, vibrant ecosystem at launch and post launch with many leading new titles available via the Android Marketplace. Leading franchises coming to Xperia PLAY includes EA´s Need For Speed, Sims 3 and a world-first multiplayer version of FIFA 10 for mobile.

Meanwhile, GLU Mobile/Activision will be bringing Guitar Hero while Gameloft´s titles include Assassin´s Creed and Splinter Cell. Sony Ericsson is also partnering with Unity Technologies, using its award-winning development platform, to ensure a continuous flow of high quality 3D game titles.

A pre-loaded application will enable users to discover and download titles that have been optimised for game play on Xperia Play, access recently played games and see information about the games they have downloaded.

Sony Ericsson Xperia Play will be available globally in selected markets from March 2011.

Published Date : 14 February 2011

Source : Sony Ericsson press release

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Samsung tampil dengan siri SF410-S02


Samsung SF410
RM 3199
Price Updated 23 Feb 2011

SAMSUNG Malaysia Electronics Sdn Bhd (Samsung) meletakkan sasaran untuk berada dalam kelompok lima jenama laptop terbaik di Malaysia menjelang 2012.

Sasaran yang diletakkan mungkin sukar direalisasikan kalau Samsung tidak menampilkan aura unik dalam produk yang ditawarkannya kepada pengguna.

Ada yang beranggapan Samsung dikenali dengan kreativiti dan inovasi dalam produk yang dihasilkan dengan kualiti tidak menjadi persoalan, ditambah dengan reka bentuk terkini pada setiap produk terhidang.

Terbaru, Samsung tampil dengan siri SF410-S02 yang dibawa masuk ke pasaran tempatan, baru-baru ini yang dikhabarkan mempunyai aura tersendiri dari aspek rekaan, gaya dan kuasa diberikan terutama selepas digabungkan dengan pemprosesan Intel.

Pandangan pertama penguji ditumpukan kepada warna peranti yang putih dengan kemasan tulisan Samsung di bahagian permukaannya.

Sebaik membuka monitornya, penguji mendapati rekaan beralun di tepinya yang membangkitkan persoalan, apa gunanya rekaan demikian?

Alunan terbabit mungkin sekadar rekaan artistik semata-mata kerana penguji berpendapat, ia tidak perlu direka sedemikian, apatah lagi ketika pengguna menaip sesuatu di atas laptop terbabit, bentuk alunan tidak kelihatan pada sudut pandangan pengguna.

Penguji juga tidak dapat memastikan sama ada ia bertujuan untuk reka bentuk ergonomik kerana penggunanya sama saja dengan laptop biasa.

Di sebalik itu, model terbaru ini diperkasakan dengan pemprosesan yang boleh dianggap berkuasa tinggi iaitu Intel Core i5 bagi memberi kelajuan dan kesepaduan terbaik, sekali gus memastikan prestasi keseluruhannya mantap.

Pastinya, gabungan pemprosesan terbabit dan sistem operasi Windows 7 menawarkan kepantasan terutama apabila memulakan laptop berbanding beberapa model lain yang dicuba sebelum ini.

Penguji mendapati laptop ini mampu bertahan sehingga enam jam untuk perkomputeran yang agresif termasuk melayari Internet, menonton video dalam YouTube, melakukan kerja pejabat atau bermain game biasa.

Samsung turut memperkenalkan Fast Start yang membolehkan anda menggunakan laptop itu dengan pantas walaupun selepas meninggalkannya untuk tempoh lama.

Ketika ia berada pada mod berehat, data dan konfigurasi sistem penting akan disimpan dalam pemacu keras dan memori PC untuk membolehkan akses yang pantas.

Paparannya pula menggunakan skrin lebar 14 inci beresolusi tinggi yang sesuai bagi pengalaman perkomputeran.

Penguji mendapati, Samsung SF410 baru ini dilengkapi kad grafik NVIDIA Optimus bagi menghasilkan prestasi grafik dan multimedia terbaik sesuai untuk permainan 3D atau tontonan video.

Mengenai harga ditawarkan pada RM3,199, penguji berpendapat terdapat ruang untuk Samsung menukar harganya sekitar RM2,599 ke RM2,999 untuk memastikan ia benar-benar pelaburan yang berbaloi.

Dalam hal lain, SF410 turut menjamin keselamatan tambahan kerana jika kuasa secara tiba-tiba hilang atau bateri ditukar, data atau maklumat yang disimpan tidak akan hilang.

Adakah anda mahu membelinya?

by Afiq Hanif

Published Date : 23 February 2011

Source : Harian Metro


Laptop Samsung SF410


Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64b)

Intel Core i5 Processor 460M (2.53GHz, 3MB)

Intel HM55

2GB (DDR3 / 2GB x 1)


14.0" LED HD (1366 x 768) 16:9 Gloss


HD (High Definition) Audio

SRS 3D Sound Effect

3 watts Stereo Speaker (1.5 watts x 2)

500GB (5,400rpm S-ATA)


Bluetooth V3.0 High Speed

347.0 x 246.0 x 26.9 - 32.5mm (13.60" x 9.60" x 1.05" - 1.27")

2.19kg (4.82lbs)


RM 3,199

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Fujitsu´s MeeGo netbook to be available in Malaysia in March


Fujitsu Lifebook MH330
RM 1,039
Price Updated 21 Feb 2011

Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific recently announced the debut of Fujitsu´s first MeeGo netbook based on the Intel Atom processor, the LIFEBOOK MH330.

The MH330 comes with the MeeGo operating system, which provides a fun and interactive interface, a wealth of social networking capabilities, and enhanced user experience.

With MeeGo´s interface, users have seamless access to a full suite of usable applications that include social networking tools and multimedia capabilities.

Users can also get automatic updates and transit easily between applications, browsers and various social networking sites.

It has a Myzone panel that offers a quick snapshot of the user´s personal activity and shows instant updates about the happenings in their social media sphere. Users can get connected with popular social network tools, such as twitter and Facebook, or be in touch with friends via chat.

There is also a reduction in system reboot time and users can easily manage system devices, networks, time and date, and emails, through the simple and straightforward navigation panels.

On the other hand, specially designed for multimedia natives, the media panel provides an organised view of the videos and music files stored in the media library and offers immediate access and play. The panel also has a built-in control for playback.

Weighing about 1.1 Kg, the MH330 netbook also comes with a 10.1-inch screen, a 250GB hard drive, a 0.3-megapixel camera and a multi-gesture touch pad.

It is expected to be available in Malaysia in mid-March and priced at RM1,039

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Game Review : Angry Birds

Game Review: Angry Birds


Angry Birds
Price Updated 21 Feb 2011

FLINGING birds across the screen is a lot of fun. Angry Birds scores with well-design levels and excellent graphics, says NOOR HUSNA KHALID.

WHAT makes a bird angry? Try stealing its eggs and you´ll probably get a taste of the bird´s wrath.

Aptly named Angry Birds, this game features different types of birds whose sole mission is to kill thieving pigs. Why?

Once upon a time, a herd of evil, greedy but cowardly green pigs stole eggs from a flock of birds. This angered the birds and thus began their quest for revenge and to retrieve their precious eggs.

In the game, you will fling birds from a slingshot and destroy the pigs which, unfortunately, have fortified themselves in castles, buildings and barricades.

With a limited number and type of birds on hand, the game requires some imagination as you may need to find and aim at a specific part of the fortification, depending on the type of bird you are given.

Each bird comes with its own destructive power. There are high-speed kamikaze, fragmentation, explosive, boomerang birds and birds that drop explosive eggs.

The green hogs also come in different sizes - the bigger they are, the harder to kill. Some wear army helmets, safety helmets and cowboy hats, so make sure to use your birds wisely in order to get rid of all of them.

Although the game is similar to the iPhone version, the larger screen has more advantage as the adorable characters, clever animations and well designed levels come alive with vivid display.

Aiming is also easier on the iPad since your finger will not block out as much of the screen as it does on the iPhone. Angry Birds can´t be more simpler to play. Just touch the bird sitting on the slingshot, choose the intensity and angle of your throw, and release the bird.

Even though you have to flick the screen left and right when zoomed in, it is more practical to play while zoomed out as it gives you a larger picture in surveying the situation and lining up a shot - something difficult and almost impossible to do on the smaller iPhone screen.

With an onslaught of games available nowadays, Chillingo/Rovio´s vengeful and suicidal birds still top the charts as one of the best games ever made.

Since its initial release, Angry Birds has been upgraded to include more levels, bird types and hidden golden eggs. It also has a Halloween and Christmas edition.

The game does not have any soundtrack or background music, but the developer compensates with hilarious sound effects - chirping, squawking, grunting and snorting.

Angry Birds features more than 10 hours of gameplay with 120 levels and lots of replay value. It is fun, challenging and addictive as it requires logic, skills, imagination and plain brute force to crush those pesky pigs.

If you fail to kill the pigs, they will taunt you with their grunts, which sounds more like they´re mocking you. So who´s angry now?

by Noor Husna Khalid

Published Date : 21 February 2011

Source : New Straits Times

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HTC unveils HTC Flyer, a 7-inch tablet with redesigned HTC Sense

HTC has announced its first tablet, the HTC Flyer, which combines natural touch and pen interaction and includes an all-new HTC Sense user experience that has been redesigned for the tablets.

With a seven-inch display and an aluminum unibody, the HTC Flyer weighs as little as a paperback book and is small enough to fit in a jacket pocket. It also comes with a 1.5 GHz processor, high-speed HSPA+ wireless capabilities and support for Flash 10 and HTML 5 web browsing.

Meanwhile, HTC Flyer´s tablet-focused HTC Sense experience focuses on surprising and delighting people with its gorgeous 3D home screen. A unique carousel of widgets puts a user´s most important content and information at the visual center of the experience.

Besides the refocused HTC Sense, the Flyer also comes with a new HTC Scribe Technology on the HTC Flyer tablet, which integrates natural onscreen writing with thoughtful and integrated innovations and introduces a wave of integrated digital ink innovations that make it easy and natural to take notes, sign contracts, draw pictures, or even write on a web page or photo.

A feature called Timemark enables you to capture the audio of a meeting in line with your written notes, so tapping on a word in your notes instantly takes you to that exact place in time in the audio recording of the meeting.

Notes are also integrated with the calendar so when there is an appointment reminder you are automatically prompted with an opportunity to begin a new note or in the case of recurring meetings, to continue where the last meeting left off.

The HTC Flyer tablet also features built-in synchronisation with Evernote.

When it comes to entertainment, the HTC Flyer comes with a video download service and a gaming service.

The HTC Watch service enables low-cost on-demand progressive downloading of hundreds of High-Definition movies from major studios, while the integrated OnLive cloud-based gaming service will enable users to pipe the OnLive service through the HTC Flyer tablet´s broadband wireless to their television sets, or let them play directly on the tablet. Games include hits like Assassin´s Creed Brotherhood, NBA 2K11 and Lego Harry Potter.

The HTC Flyer will be available to customers globally during Q2 2011.

HTC Flyer Specification :

  • 7 inch touch-sensitive screen with 1024 X 600 resolution
  • Android with HTC Sense
  • 1.5 GHz CPU
  • 32GB internal storage
  • 1 GB RAM
  • microSD memory card (SD 2.0 compatible)
  • 5 megapixel color camera with auto focus
  • 1.3 megapixel front camera
  • 900/AWS/2100 MHz HSPA/WCDMA
  • 850/900/1800/1900 MHz Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE
  • 3.5 mm stereo audio jack
  • IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
  • Bluetooth 3.0 with A2DP for wireless stereo headsets
  • Internal GPS antenna
  • Ambient light sensor, G-Sensor, Digital compass
  • 122mm x 195.4mm x 13.2mm
  • 420 g

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Xperia Pro specification


- 3.7" 16,777,216 colour TFT
- 854x480 pixels


- microSD™ (supported to 32GB)
- Phone memory up to 320MB

* Actual free memory may vary due to phone pre-configuration.


- GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900
- UMTS/HSPA 900/2100
- UMTS HSPA 800/1900/2100

Available colours

- Black - Silver - Red

Possible limited market availability.


- 120.0 x 57.0 x 13.7 mm
- 4.7 x 2.2 x 0.5 inches


- 140.0 gr
- 4.9 oz

Please note that local variations may apply.

Sony Xperia Pro

Write away with your Android keyboard phone

Slide out the superbly designed keyboard of your Xperia™ pro smartphone and write away. Your Android keyboard phone comes with a set of smart functions such as the Type & Send function and Smart Keyboard - things designed to make your mobile life a little easier.

Sony and Xperia™ pro. Pure brilliance

Sony's Exmor R™ for mobile image sensor keeps your pictures sharp - even in low light. See your snaps in super-bright colours on the Reality Display powered by Mobile BRAVIA® Engine. Or view pics and videos on an even bigger screen: connect your Xperia™ pro to your HD TV using the HDMI connector.

Get some work done - it's a business phone too

Synch your email and calendar on the fly. Keep your bearings with apps like Google Maps and Google Latitude. Edit your docs in OfficeSuite Pro and work on the go with your business phone. And when you want more, get it from Android Market™.

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Sony Ericsson adds Xperia neo, Xperia pro to Android smartphone portfolio

Xperia Pro

Xperia Neo

Sony Ericsson has expanded its Xperia family with two new Android smartphones. The Xperia pro combines intuitive and fast messaging with multimedia features from Sony, while the Xperia neo gives consumers a new way to experience the best of Android and the best of Sony multimedia.

The Xperia Pro and Xperia Neo feature Reality Display with Mobile BRAVIA Engine, while Sony´s Exmor R for mobile sensor enables the capture of high quality, bright pictures and HD videos.

All pictures and videos can be shared on an HD TV in your living room via the built in HDMI-connector.

As well as best-in-class imaging and display technology from Sony, the Xperia pro combines an optimised slide-out keyboard with smart functions to create a fast messaging experience. Featuring an ergonomically crafted keyboard, Sony Ericsson has focused on integrating the hardware with clever messaging functions.

Xperia pro also introduces the Type & Send functionality that eliminates the need to open a dedicated app for each type of message, and Smart Keyboard that triggers predictive messaging actions automatically when the user slides out the keyboard.

It also comes with a set of professional functions such as syncing your email, calendar and contacts in a secure way and the pre-loaded Office Suite Pro lets consumers view and edit office documents directly on the phone.

Meanwhile, the Xperia neo has been ergonomically designed to fit perfectly in the user´s hand, especially when taking pictures.

Both smartphones will launch on the latest version of the Android platform providing access to Google Mobile Services and the myriad of applications available via the Android market. Xperia smartphones add best in class entertainment on top of smartphone fundamentals such as apps, maps, email and fast uncompromised access to the Web with Adobe Flash Player to create the most entertaining smartphone experience.

Sony Ericsson Xperia neo will be available globally in selected markets from end Q1 and Sony Ericsson Xperia pro from end Q2.

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