Auto Usate Milano

Are you looking for auto usate milano for yourself?  If you are, then the link given may just point you to the right direction.  They have a variety of cars for your selection, with a very good package in place.  Besides that, the down-payment they are offering is super low, and you can expect to drive away with your car with few hassles. 

For those looking for vendita auto usate, don't worry because the selection is also incredible with so many choices you can hardly pick which is the best.  At some point, you may just finally decide to go for the compro auto usate  but that of course eventually depends on you.  The site also boast of a easy search engine based on car mileage, as most purchasers would be conscious over how far the car had been driven before making their choice.

As for me, I think the site is rather complete with so many information on the car well displayed when I click the links on the car I choose.  It makes shopping for my next second car so much easier and easy.  There are so many models to choose from, and  from what I can see, there are some very recognizable models to choose from.  There is also a brief description of what to expect from the car, and how much it can be bought.

The company has been in business since 1978 and they are known for being efficient, professional and easy to deal with.  With that said, what not try out their site and look for your next car.  While it may seem like a simple site, the history and track record behind this site is what matters most, making them the best place to buy a car.

Malaysia To Block File Sharing Sites

The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC)'s letter to local Internet Sensorship Providers was leaked revealing that it has ordered all ISPs to block well Malaysian visited file sharing sites.
The move is said to be caused by the huge use of such sites to illegally download copyrighted material over the internet.

Malaysian netizens have vented their unhapiness over the internet by creating a Facebook group condemning such move.  At time of this post, 8,300 have chosen to 'LIKE' the group.

iPad 2 New Features

The iPad 2 is getting a lot of attention, and it's all thanks to the following featured:

  1. It's THINNER by 33%.  That makes it easier for you to bring around!
  2. It's FASTER with 2xA5 chips.  This means you get double the time you need to process data in comparison to the first iPad.
  3. TWO CAMERAS makes internet calls much easier.  It's not my favorite feature, but those loving internet calls would love this!
  4. SMART COVER will make the iPad 2 wake up when a magnetic enclosure is lifted, and it will otherwise when the enclosure is closed. This means battery is saved.
  5. 10 HOURS battery life span would make it one of the most portable tablets available in the market.
  6. Of course it's made LIGHTER for you to bring around.
  7. It's an APPLE product. Need to say more?

Acer & Samsung ChromeBook Specification Comparison

ChromeBook is getting very interesting with two major brands already being part of the next generation 'laptop'. ACER and Samsung have both been given the opportunity by Google to be part of Chromebooks, and from the likes of it, they both look awesomely stunning and weighing light. Both ChromeBooks run on Intel Atom, but Samsung seems to have the bigger screen size. As known, Chromebooks do not come with any hard disk or optical drives.  Here is the specification comparison for both ChromeBooks as released.  The ones in red are the difference.

7 Things That Make ChromeBooks Different

Google's ChromeBook is well anticipated by many as many believe it will be as successful as Google's smartphone OS, Android. Here are the 7 things that make ChromeBook different from the rest:
  1. Instant Web - Google has promised that the boot time will be not more than 8 seconds!  That's faster than most rivals!
  2. Always Connected - After the 8 second boot, ChromeBook would automatically connect you to the internet.  How cool is that? No more searching for those 'activate WiFi' buttons!
  3. Cloud Storage - While conventional OS stores your documents on your PC, ChromeBook will utilize cloud storage, which basically means you can retrieve your private documents just by logging into your account from another!  Say goodbye to those 'unreliable' thumb drives!!
  4. Amazing Web Apps - Just like Android and smartphones, ChromeBook will soon have thousands of Apps and games ready to be downloaded for your use.  Angry Birds anyone?
  5. Multi-user Is Allowed - Share your ChromeBook experience with friends, and do not have to risk your own data leaked while you do.  The best part is, you can also get your own data from the cloud storage provided!
  6. Auto Updates - ChromeBook will update itself automatically without you being prompted.  Whether this move is good would soon be known, but it does remove those annoying 'Please update your OS/divers' prompts.
  7. Built In Security - With multiple layers of protection, ChromeBook will be practically safer than others, and plus with it being a open source OS (as I heard for now), who'd want to build viruses against it?
So, what do you think? I think, the general concept seems cool.. but for now, ChromeBook would only be used in US until they really go international. Oh, and since it's by Google, expect your Google accounts to be well integrated with ChromeBook.

    The Celcom vs Digi vs Maxis iPhone Package Comparison

    I bet many are trying to compare and contrast among the 3 main telco's in Malaysia now selling the iPhone package. Well, look no further because I have taken the liberty of comparing the lowest packages available by all 3 telco's for you. Check out the schedule below for the comparison:

     From the looks of it, Celcom seems to be offering the better package.  However, it remains a huge mystery when I made this comparison of what happens if you do exceed the 2GB data usage provided.  Also, Celcom benefits from lower charges for the 16GB iPhone 4 regardless of package, but I'd be extra careful on the monthly charges of RM98 which is a lot more expensive.  in additional to that, there has been rumors of Celcom's worsening service in both voice and data although no proof can be provided to date.

    Regardless of that, Celcom now leads the race for 'the cheapest iPhone package', and with the iPhone 5 rumored to be released soon, the race to win the smartphone market in Malaysia just got very interesting.

    Compare i5-2410M ASUS vs ACER Laptops

    When it comes to laptops, there is plenty of choices.  Here are two popular brands with Acer being the cheapest in the market, and Asus highly regarded as a prime brand.  Let's see how they compare:
    From what I can see, you are paying an extra of RM250 for the cool palm technology produced by Asus.  While I was impressed by the cool palm technology, I felt that it didn't serve its purpose as the problem of of heated palm occurred after a few hours of use although the keyboard area remained cool if compare to the Acer Aspire 4750G.  This fact must be taken info consideration as you are paying extra for this technology.

    On the other hand, Acer is well regarded as an unreliable brand, but I this fact I believe this is based on luck.  If you want a cheaper laptop, Acer is the best choice, but in terms of reliability and extra cost, Asus it is.

    Why Acer Aspire 4750G Is For You

    The Acer Aspire 4750G
    • 2nd Gen Intel Core i5-2410M Processor (2.3Ghz, 3MB l3)
    • Windows 7 Home Edition (64bit)
    • 500GB Hard Disk
    • 4GB DDR3 RAM
    • 14" HD LCD (Wide Screen)
    • Optimized Dolby Advance Audio v2 audio enhancement
    • 1GB DDR3 VRAM NVIDIA GeForce GT520M
    • Multi 5-1 card reader
    • Bluetooth 3.0+HS
    • Acer webcam
    • Integrated 8x DVD Super Multi Puls Drive
    • 4 USB ports
    • 6 Cell battery
    • 2.4 kg
    PRICE: RM2,249

    The Desire S Review

    Read on Engadet that they reviewed the Desire S, which is HTC's latest smartphone model slated to replace the Desire (I wonder what happened to Desire 2?).  Anyway, the phone looks amazing with it's aluminum body, and Engadget said that this phone is much better than the original Desire and is just so good esspecially with it's improved camera and battery life.  The question now is when this beauty would be available in Malaysia? Well, thanks Engadget, you just made me feel like I should now change my phone this year, and I just thought of getting a retractable car charger for HTC Desire which would leave my worries of low battery life away.

    Celcom iPhone 4 Package

    Celcom Biz plan starts at RM98 with 2GB data
    While most are contemplating the arrival of iPhone 5, Celcom has finally revealed they are now also offering the iPhone 4.

    Celcom's website revealed that they are giving the phone away for business plan users for a low RM248 with a two year contract (Celcom Biz), while individual plan (Celcom Exec) users may have to wait a little longer until they release details.

    Those interested can however register their interest to know more about the individual iPhone plan here, as I do expect the Celcom plan to rival both Digi and Maxis iPhone plans.

    Sony Tablet Reviewed

    Sony S1 tablet (left) and Sony S2 tablet (right)
    Sony today announced they are also going into the tablet market with their unique S1 and S2 Tablets. Both tablets are said to run on Android with the S1 is a slate design and has a 9.4-inch screen with 1,280 by 800 pixels resolution, while the S2 is a folding device equipped with dual 5.5-inch screens, each with 1,024 by 480 pixels resolution.

    According to Sony, the S1 will have an infrared transmitter which means it can be used to control gadgets around the house. It will also supports the DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance). The S2 on the other hand would would be PlayStation Certified -- a new program from Sony Computer Entertainment that extends the PlayStation gaming platform to other devices.

    With most tablets coming in one size, I'm very much interested with the S2 tablet as it can be folded as my main problem with tablets is the fact that they are bulky and big.

    Comparison Between Well Known Intel i5 Processors In Malaysia

    When it comes to selecting a laptop, many will be confused with the types of processors there are in the market. While every processor may seem the same, but many of us will wonder what's the other codes about. For example; Intel i5-460M and Intel i5-480M.  Which is better?

    Well, I did a simple comparison and found out that there isn't much difference between i5-560M, i5-480M, i5-460M and i5-450M Intel processors.  The share practically the same traits and abilities except two, which are the clock speed (how fast the processor can perform an activity) and Max Turbo Frequency(How fast the processor can work with Inter Turbo Boost-which means maximizing your processor speed).  Nonetheless, the comparison I obtained also revealed that these 4 i5 processors does not benefit for the 2.0 version of the Intel Turbo Boost which would enable optimum usage performance.  

    Based on that, the best and fastest processor among the 4 would be the i5-560M, i5-480M, i5-460M and finally i5-450M Intel processor.  These processors are normally well found in HP, Asus, Lenovo Toshiba and Dell notebooks.

    Acer on the other hand seems to be using the i5-2410M Intel processor which has the 2.0 Intel Turbo Boost Technology, but this comes at a price as the i5-2410M has a low clock speed of 2.30Ghz.  This means that you can get an optimum clock speed if compared to the previous 4 i5 processors.  The i5-2410M processor also benefits from better graphic support and better memory specification.

    With that said, it seems that the i5-2410M processor is the better option, and this is followed by the i5-560M.  Click the image to get the full comparison of the 5 i5 processors.

    Apple Secretly Tracks Your Movement

    In a surprise allegation, Apple is now said to be 'following' you via their devices secretly.  Sources over the internet say that your Apple device in particular the iPhone and iPad transmits your location , and hence making you vulnerable to stalkers.  This news deepens the fight for more privacy in the Internets border-less world, but how significant this finding would effect Apples dominance over the smartphone and tablet market remains unknown.

    HTC Flyer Reviews

    The tablet market got just a little more crowded with the Flyer introduced by HTC.  HTC, an international brand known for solid built smartphones is now trying to gain their piece of the tablet market with this 7" screen device which is taunted to boast an excellent gaming experience.  Is it better than the rest already in the market? Time will tell, but some have been very optimistic about HTC Flyers chances...

    Apple Sues Samsung

    I largely expected this to happen when I knew Samsung was producing 'Apple' alike phones in the Galaxy S phone.  Call Apple 'stupid', but it really doesn't take a rocket scientist to know that if you ask someone to build your ideas, they would eventually steal it, and this was proven in Samsung and Apple battle.  Hey, I'm not implying Samsung did steal Apple's designs and patent, but there are HUGE similarities in their products. As a user of both products, I guess it's now time to sit back and relax, and look at these tech giants lash at each other.

    Blackberry Playbook Review

    The Blackberry Playbook has a catchy name.  It has a favorable size, but reviews online suggest that it is an unfinished product.  Whether this reviews are true is yet to be decided, but it seems that the tablet market is getting overcrowded nowadays with almost every mobile phone and computer producer trying to capture their share of the market.

    Nokia-Microsoft Tie Up.

    Surely you've already digested the fact that Microsoft is now basically married to Nokia, and they have already planned a new line of products under their belt to recapture the smartphone market.  With Symbian OS burried, and the birth of Windows 7 phones under Nokia's well known phone, I remain skeptical that this new 'marriage' will work at all, especially since I personally consider Nokia not one of the top mobile brands anymore.
    Anyway, what makes me wonder is why most people hate the bits of Microsoft.  In this 'marriage', the main displeasure is about Microsoft, and not Nokia... but what's wrong with Microsoft?

    Is this a case of human jealousy? You tell me...