Epson hosted Manchester United legends Quinton Fortune and Ronny Johnsen to meet fans in Singapore today. The closed-door session was attended by 50 invited fans from Manchester United Supporters Club Singapore and selected Epson Singapore Facebook fans. An aspiring youth footballer from SportCares also had the opportunity to glean football tips from the legends.
The legends kicked off the event by using the Epson EB-1430Wi interactive, ultra-short-throw projector to sign their names. Epson’s PM310 and PM245 PictureMate printers were also on hand to provide on-site printing services for fans to bring home photographs from the event.
As part of Epson Singapore’s Corporate Social Responsibility, a sharing session between the legends and 18-year old Pravin Raj, ActiveSG Football Academy Assistant Coach and SportCares youth, was conducted on stage. The legends shared tips on how to be a better footballer no matter which position they play in.
Epson has been a global sponsor and Official Office Equipment Partner of Manchester United F.C since 2010.
SanDisk recently launches its fastest high-capacity USB flash drive ever, the 256GB SanDisk Extreme PRO USB 3.1 Solid State Flash Drive.
Despite its small form factor, the flash drive is capable of read speed up to 420MB/s and write speeds up to 380MB/s. This means transferring a full length 4K movie to the drive in less than 15 seconds. The drive uses a USB 3.1 interface for rapid accessing and moving of files.
The SanDisk Extreme PRO USB 3.1 Solid State Flash Drive also includes a limited lifetime warranty and the SanDisk SecureAccess software which offers 128-bit file encryption and password protection.
The SanDisk Extreme PRO USB 3.1 Solid State Flash Drive will be available in Singapore from 16 March 2017 onwards. You can also find it at IT Show 2017. Retail at S$149 and S$255 for 128GB and 256GB respectively.
Xiaomi just announced that it will be making its own chipset, Surge S1. This makes Xiaomi the 4th smartphone manufacturer in the world to design and develop its own chipset in-house.
Surge S1 uses a high-performance octa-core ARM Cortex-A53 64-bit processor with four 2.2GHz cores and four 1.4Ghz cores. Xiaomi claims that it is 40% more power efficient than the last generation Mali GPU.
Xiaomi also announced the Mi 5C smartphone which is powered by Surge S1 chipset. The Mi 5C is currently only available in China. No news on when we will see a Surge S1 smartphone in Singapore yet.
Everyone is talking about the re-launched Nokia 3310. After all, it is one of Nokia’s most iconic phone.
The new Nokia 3310 takes the iconic silhouette of the original Nokia 3310 which was released in 2000. It has a redesigned user interface, 2.4 inch QVGA colour screen, Micro USB port for charging and 3.5mm earphone jack. Oh, there’s also a 2 Megapixel camera with LED flash.
At 49 Euros, maybe it will be a big hit in developing countries. To me, it is just a publicity stunt. A stunt to tell the whole world that Nokia is back. And yes, it did captured everyone’s attention with this publicity stunt.
Oh and to be precise, Nokia is not really back. The new Nokia 3310 (together with the Android Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6) is manufactured by HMD Global which bought the rights to use the “Nokia” brand until 2024.
While everyone is excited about the new Nokia 3310, I’m more interested in seeing Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6. We’ve been waiting for the longest time to see how a Nokia phone running Android will perform. Let’s hope they don’t disappoint us.
PS: If you are thinking of getting the new Nokia 3310 in Singapore, don’t bother. The new Nokia 3310 is using 2G network. Singapore will be turning off 2G network from 1st April 2017. IMDA prohibits the sale of 2G devices in Singapore. Even if you can get your hands on it, you won’t be able to make any phone calls or SMS. Well, at least you still can play Snake.
Oh hey! Today is the 9th year that I’ve been blogging on this domain. Happy Birthday DKSG.
I know I’ve been blogging less lately. Been trying to get the momentum back.
PS: I got a warning message last month saying that I’m reaching my 2GB Gmail quota. Which means it took me 8 years and 11 months to fill up 2GB worth of emails. OK lah. I don’t usually get large emails anyway.