Thursday, June 30, 2016

Perodua将迎来首款Sedan 料721登场!

好消息!一直以来都很神秘的Perodua首款Sedan终于要登场啦!根据官方消息,这款被称为Axia Sedan的轿车将在开斋节后……

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好消息!俬懢一直亡駝颊唖鈙遫来都很神秘的匫蕁Perodua首款Sedan终于滦潥澵鏲醣砃登场啦!根据《佳礼爱车》所得的纫覫剫消息,这震殎款被称为唭渐Axia Sedan的黁鱬轿车将鍹纤在7月21日正式发布,预计售价介责菳于3万5千至5万令吉之间!

早前曝光的辋鸾 Axia Sedan 无伪装照(图片藠凇来源 Proton Community Club 面子书)

除了黟耗早前意外曝光的鱒呐谍照,街道犊贘上完全没见到奼堥屘Axia Sedan测试车的竡秛傥踪影,而且Perodua高层也泟券不愿透露任何消息,所腐囤以我嚤碲瑳巑飂能掌握的玎媘消息并不貖劍馼多。烤鐘不过从谍照来顔圞看,全新Axia Sedan拥韠鞎褵有非常钍鷟时髦的尚臿垵造型,完全不晀遗蒗像是鈛鋼A凑陔璧级廉价车的媵黹齙设计风格。

本地脩崥 P 图大顶唑师 theophiluschin 榽蕧妟的杰揔嚥作(图片来丑岂心源 theophiluschin 面子书

根据网络韲呫上的髸賙劤消息,即将登场的坭漳Axia Sedan将搭载1.0L或1.3L自然进气引擎。其中屙澭忥1.3L版本将主鋱戣导本地医雂市场,并壒秣凒会配备国堥禗蓻杋牨谍车罕见的茈堩鞬怠速熄火系统。新车性能预料与Myvi 1.3L车型相同,维持飝惎在91HP/117Nm鞾喹犑的水平,也逋尥淤有望获得政府节能车(EEV)认证。

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Compared: New upgraded MaxisOne Plan vs the rest

FROM: http://www.soyacincau.com/2016/04/08/new-maxisone-postpaid-plan-comparison-versus-celcom-digi-umobile/?utm_source=sidelinks

Maxis has finally responded to the recent postpaid price war by upgrading all MaxisONE plans with up to 9GB of extra data. These new upgraded plans will be rolled out to all new and existing subscribers by the end of this month. While waiting for that to kick in, Maxis is giving 3GB extra data next week to all MaxisONE plan customers.
So how does Maxis’ postpaid offering compare against the rest? It’s time for another round of postpaid comparison.

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In our previous comparison, Maxis looked pretty costly with a paltry 1GB of data for its base RM98 plan. Now they have bumped up their data allocation from 1GB to 5GB, 3GB to 8GB, 5GB to 12GB and 7GB to 16GB. The monthly subscription fee remains unchanged except for East Malaysia, where they are offering RM30 off each month and they are offering unlimited data usage between 1AM to 7AM daily.
Celcom, Digi and U Mobile
For Celcom, they have extended its FIRST postpaid offering until 31st May. To recap, FIRST Blue at RM45/month comes with 4GB of data (2GB all time + 2GB weekend), 50 minutes of calls and 50 SMS. For heavy duty users, FIRST Gold offers 10GB of data (5GB all time + 5GB weekend) plus unlimited calls and SMS for RM80/month.
Digi on the other hand revamped its postpaid offering last month with more data and internet rollover. As a limited time promo, they are allocating more data for its higher “More Internet” plans and a RM20/month discount for its “More Talk” options of RM98 and above. Hitting the sweet spot for Digi is probably their Postpaid 98 (More Voice), as it offers 7GB of data and unlimited calls at RM78/month.
Over at team orange, U Mobile has recently boosted its P70 Hero Postpaid plan with a whopping 15GB data for RM70/month. This plan also comes with unlimited voice calls. Note that the extra 8GB is given as a promo until 30th June 2016. So how does it all stack up? Click on our comparison table below for a clearer view.

Postpaid Plans under RM100

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Postpaid Plans above RM100

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Conclusion
It is commendable for Maxis to bump up more data for their plans but the pricing is still on the high side when compared to its competitors. If you’re looking solely at cost per GB, Celcom’s FIRST Gold is likely your top pick as it offers 10GB of data at RM80/month in addition to its unlimited calls and SMS. Both U Mobile and Digi are quite generous as well by offering more than 5GB of data for RM70 and under. If you can’t finish your data quota, Celcom and Digi lets you carry forward unused data (up to a certain limit) to the following month.
Beyond the cost of data, calls and SMS, there are other factors to consider such as network quality and customer service. Each telco will perform differently depending on location, so it is best to pick one that has optimal coverage for both home and work. You can use OpenSignal to get a rough idea of which network performs better in your area. After all, what’s the use of getting lots of data if you can’t use them?
For those that travel, another factor to consider is their international roaming packages. Most telcos these days do have daily roaming plans but they could vary in terms of price and countries supported. Most recently U Mobile has started offering RM10/day data roam for selected countries while Maxis has thrown additional unlimited calls and SMS with MaxisONE World.
Looking for a newer alternative? Webe is launching next week. If their purported unlimited plan is real, this could be the best postpaid ever.

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Comparison on data plan Malaysia. From soyacincau.com


With the recent Maxis scandal and their unfair treatment towards their various customers has lead the company, Maxis to dig their own grave, it’s indeed tough to have realized you’ve spent so much of your money on a way too expensive plan from an untrustworthy company. We at The Coverage Bureau wrote an article about the recent Maxis scandal which you can read over here.
It’s such a hassle whenever people like us, who know little about the many choices of major telcos to choose from especially if we want to be very sure on the best postpaid plan among all. Questions you should ask yourself when choosing your major telco are such as “What postpaid plan would suit me best with the work I do” and “What are my personal needs?”. To those who had just found out about the Maxis scandal and wish to change your major telco company, fear not! We’ve got you covered.

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Courtesy of SoyaCincau, the country’s most influential technology site that covers anything and everything tech related for their great write up.

THE ANALYSIS:

To break it down as a commoner like the majority of the people here, we’ll look at the price at first hand, you can see that U-mobile’s Hero P70 offers the lowest price among all the major telcos, at the price of RM70, lead up by Digi’s SmartPlan 75 at RM75, thenCelcom FIRST Gold at RM80 and the most expensive being MaxisOne 98 at literally RM98 in price. Maxis has a price difference between RM18 – RM28 from its competitors. That’s a huge price difference, and in a year Maxis users can pay up to a minimum of an extra RM216 compared to the second highest prices postpaid plan (Celcom)
Of course, all these prices are set with different benefits to the users, so we’ll take a look at that.
Internet Mobile Data is pretty important to the majority of those who leave their houses often. So taking a look here, Both Digi and U mobile offers 7GB  of data, while Celcom offers the highest amount of Data at 10GB (5 – all day and 5- weekend). While the telco who offered the most expensive prepaid plan only offers the least amount of data which is 1GB to their users.
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THE BREAKDOWN:

Celcom among the four major Telcos has the best plan among all. Their pricing offersRM8 per GB with the only exception that the 10GB is split in half. 5GB for an all day use and the other 5 for the weekend. The RM20 top up per GB is also pretty worth it considering you already have 10GB on the go. Not to mention, you get unlimited free calls and SMS when you join up with the plan.
Coming in second place is a tie between Digi and U mobile. Their prices are so similar that it doesn’t even matter. Digi’s plan is priced at about RM10.71 per GB and if you want to top it up to 10 GB, the price will become RM99 in total, higher compared to Celcom.For U mobile, the plan is priced at about RM10 per GB (slightly cheaper compared to Digi) and if you want to top it up as well to 10 GB, the price will become RM90 in total, still a little bit more expensive compared to Celcom. Both Digi’s and U mobile’s top up data is only valid until its time limit is up, for Digi it’s 1GB for 2 days and for U mobile it’s 1.5GB for 3 days.
The MOST expensive of them all is Maxis (of course it is) pricing their plan at literally RM98 per GB. Way more expensive compared to Celcom and the other Telco plans. If you plan to top it up to 10GB as well, the total price would be RM368 (using the 1GB top up for RM30). Compare it side by side with the other telco plans and do the math, you’ll find out it is at all not worth your money at all. You might defend and say that 10GB is too much, I only use 1GB. Well… then why still pay for RM98 for basically the same offer as Celcom? Celcom just provides you the 10GB, doesn’t mean you have to use it right? Even if you want less data, go for Digi or U mobile, both telco’s are still way cheaper compared to Maxis!
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THE CONCLUSION:

Whatever your preferable plan is, it is still your choice. Each telco plans have their own benefits such as “for Celcom, they are offering unlimited music service via Yonder, while Digi offers unlimited music streaming for 120 days and free iflix for a year.” according to SoyaCincau.
The point i’m trying to get through here is that, Maxis clearly has priced up their plan to an unreasonable price, it’s as if they want their customers to burn up their money when clearly they could have been using it wisely with other Telco plans. I was unaware at first too but now that I’m aware of it, I’m sharing it with you so that you may know as well the better choices for you and your money’s worth.
As of now, Maxis hasn’t earned their customer’s trust and respect after the whole “scandal” that is. Until Maxis learns to really buck up and lower their prices down for a better worth in the market, only then will people once again come back and use their services.

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Gadgets I like lately

Google chromecast 2nd generation

Chromecast
Evolution works in weird ways. (New Chromecast is on the bottom.)
It all raises the question: "why then, if the change is mostly cosmetic, should you buy a Chromecast 2?" The short and potentially not-so-sweet answer is that maybe you shouldn't, unless you really don't have anything better to spend $35 (£30, AU$49) on. 
Now, that said, for anyone who doesn't already own one of these near-flawless, original streaming devices or can't stand the buffering issues of the previous generation, I'm glad to report that the new Chromecast is easily the best streaming device at its price point.
But before we get into the nitty gritty details, let's rehash the story of how the original stole our hearts.
Chromecast

Chromecast: what is it?

The idea behind the Chromecast was to bring smart functionality to the series of "dumb" TVs that hit the market before smart TVs rose to popularity near the end of the last decade.
Like the original, the new Chromecast plugs directly into your TV's HDMI port (make sure it has one of those before you buy it) and streams video from your mobile phone, tablet or PC. 
Here's the odd part: it doesn't have a remote or a user-interface per se. Google's little streamer will sit there like an electronic canine waiting for your other devices to tell it what to do. 
It's different in that way from its main competition – the Amazon Fire TV Stickand Roku Streaming Stick – the two devices that only came about after Chromecast's debut. All of these devices can take streaming content from apps like Netflix, Sling TV, HBO Now and, in Amazon Fire TV's case, Amazon Prime Video, and toss it onto your TV.
But more impressive than any individual external detail or snippet of code is its price. The new Chromecast only costs $35 (£30, AU$49), around $10 or £5 less than its closest competitor. At roughly the cost of two Blu-rays, it's tough to turn down.

Chromecast vs. the competition 

The Chromecast's calling card is the ability to sync with your mobile phone, tablet and PC. Few devices work as seamlessly with your electronics as Chromecast does, and any that do require you to be bought into a particular family of products. 
Chromecast 2 vs Amazon Fire TV Stick
Chromecast vs. Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick: Chromecast is by far the cheaper streaming stick and can outperform Amazon's streaming device, thanks to its new-and-improved 802.11ac Wi-Fi antenna. Both Amazon products – $99 (£79, about AU$140) for the box and $39 (£35, about AU$56) for the stick – come with a remote, but also rely heavily on a subscription to Amazon Prime to function at their fullest potential. 
That said, if you are an Amazon Prime subscriber you won't be able to watch the service on Google's streaming stick – Amazon's mobile app doesn't support Google Cast functionality. 
Chromecast 2 vs Roku Streaming Stick
Chromecast vs. Roku 3 and Roku Streaming Stick: Here's a story of David and the Goliath. The circular Chromecast does much of what the $99 (£79, about AU$140) Roku 3 does, though it depends more on your phone, tablet and PC to keep pace. Roku is known for having thousands of channels of content and universal search functionality that allows you to search multiple sources at once. 
Google has adopted the latter into the latest version of its Chromecast app, but doesn't have near the amount of channels Roku has. If you're looking for full-size streaming device with access to any and every streaming service, Roku can't be beat. If you're looking for a simplistic solution to putting audio and video on your TV, however, Chromecast is the way to go. 
Chromecast 2 vs new Apple TV
Chromecast vs. the new Apple TV: Apple TV, like Amazon's streamer, favors its own ecosystem, at least in terms of hardware. On the software side of things, Apple opened up its app store to every developer for the first time in the history of its home entertainment device, making it a bit more well-rounded than the Chromecast. It also includes a new remote and an 802.11ac antenna, identical to the one found in the new Chromecast. That said, Apple TV costs a whopping $149 (about £96, AU$200).

Bangkok motorshow 2016

You know what they say about too much of a good thing, which is why we decided to split our 2016 Bangkok Motor Show ending postinto two. With the brief of ‘one girl, one pic’ photographer Sherman Sim braved the crowds at Impact, snapped away, processed the pics and handed over his ‘Top 100’ of BIMS 2016. One hundred pics may be a bit jelak, and we’re fans of 50:50 weight distribution, so there you go.
Just like our time at the show, first things first – cars. The undisputed headlining act was the new Honda Civic, which is available there in four variants (1.8 NA, 1.5 Turbo) and Modulo accessories. Honda Malaysia has hinted at the radical tenth-gen car’s arrival this year, along with the Accord facelift, which sees the D-segment sedan get a new face and new equipment.
Another Thailand-before-us new model is the W213 Mercedes-Benz E-Class, which now looks like it fully belongs in Daimler’s core sedan family, a junior S-Class in many ways. GM previewed facelifts of the Colorado pick-up truck and Trailblazer SUV via a pair of aggressive-looking concepts, while Subaru gave the Malaysian-made Forester SUV a regional debut. 
Toyota, Thailand’s market leader, rolled out TRD Sportivo versions of the new Hiluxnew Fortuner and Yaris hatchback, along with a major update for the Vios. Thailand is truck-land, and the updated Mitsubishi Triton and kitted-up Nissan NP300 Navara Sportech were also on display.
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There were other interesting machines in Bangkok, such as the wicked Mazda CX-3 Racing ConceptBMW Motorrad’s starter G310Rand the MG GS SUV, a Chinese rival to the CR-V and CX-5 powered by a 2.0 litre turbo engine and DCT gearbox. The facelifted Suzuki Ertiga MPV, which will come to Malaysia this year as a Proton, was also spotted. 
The most bizarre car on display has to be the Thairung Transformer II, a Hummer on a Hilux wearing Iron Man’s mask. Yes, you read that right. Check out Part 1 of the girly gallery here.

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