Details are scarce but Huawei Malaysia is teasing the Huawei Vision Smart Screen series. The smart TV comes equipped with a magnetic camera to enable users to communicate with family members over the internet.
The next time you buy a new BMW from Quill Automobiles, you won’t just be driving home a set of sexy new wheels, but will also be taking home one of Samsung’s 2020 flagship lifestyle TVs. Thanks to the Government’s Short Term Economic Recovery Plan (PENJANA) that give up to 100 per cent sales tax exemption on all new cars, it’s an opportune time for customers to take advantage of lower car prices.
Honor has rolled out a comprehensive product portfolio for its home market China. Its “All-Scenario” product offering includes the new Honor MagicBook Pro, Honor ViewPad 6, Honor Router 3, Honor Vision X1 Series, and a suite of Honor Choice smart home devices.
It may pour down like no tomorrow in the evenings, but the weather is undeniably scorching for most of the day. It’s hard to imagine life without air-conditioning at home, especially in Malaysia’s hot, humid tropical climate. Well, Samsung has a new air conditioner to cool things down. Called the AR9500T, the advanced product combines Wind-Free technology with intelligent AI-powered features.
I don’t know about you, but I tend to hoard packaging of all the things I buy, except perhaps for selected IKEA furniture. Some I’d reuse for storage and some I’d drop off at the nearest recycling centre. But wouldn’t it be great if you could turn let’s say a TV packaging into a… cat house? Well, the creative, resourceful brains at Samsung thought it would be a great idea to do just that.
Ilife, a world-leading robot manufacturer headquartered in Shenzhen, China, is offering some limited-time deals on select products on its flagship Lazada e-store in conjunction with Lazada’s 8th Birthday Sale on 27 March 2020.
The government today announced that through the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC), it will distribute an additional 300,000 myFreeview digital TV decoders at a cost of MYR30 million for registered B40 households and people with disabilities (PWD/OKU), nationwide.
The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has identified seven distribution centre locations in Sabah and Sarawak where the low-income B40 and Person with Disabilities (PWD/OKU) groups can claim their free myFreeview decoders, starting 15 February.