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Err… Why the latest Xiaomi shipping process is so slow? Based on Xiaomi Malaysia shipping FAQ, item will need 3-6 working days (excludes weekend and public holiday) in West Malaysia, and within 5-8 working days in East Malaysia to arrive. I ordered Mi Band and Mi In-Ear Headphones in first open sales on 28 January 2015. Items were processed the next day. However, it does not ship out the day after which it usually does. Something must be gone wrong or Mi Malaysia changed the shipping process. Yup, they did. They used FedEx International Priority DirectDistribution previously and using FedEx International Economy now. And items do not shipping direct from ShenZhen, China to your house anymore. Instead, they likely shipped in bulk to Malaysia first then distribute to your house. This will increase the shipping time…

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Finally, Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G and Mi Power Bank 16000mAh sales are here (10400mAh and 5200mAh versions are available too). The wait is over as you can grab them on 11 Dec and 16 Dec. Or grab the bundle with earphone, case and screen protector. The choice is totally up to you. Perfect as your Christmas gift, right? There is a contest ~ The Ultimate Gift Battle to win Redmi Note 4G and F-Code going on too. Too bad that I did not win F-Code for Redmi Note 4G last round. Or maybe Mi Malaysia did not give them at all.

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Looking for iPad Air 2 or iPad mini 3? Well, you are in luck now. Malaysia Apple Online Store listed the prices last week. And it is now available to buy. Isn’t that great? Well, I will consider buying iPad Air 2 to replace my old iPad 3 if I have extra money. And if iOS 8 is better than Android 5.0 Lollipop. Read lot of people complaining about Wi-Fi issue on iOS 8. Hmm… Jailbreak Apple product is another reason from holding me back. You won’t be so lucky to jailbreak every version of iOS. On iPad Air 2 hardware itself, it is really a nice improvement from my existing model. I can surely enjoy better gaming experience. And faster performance from the latest A8X processor. Too bad that the price is not cheap. 64GB model is sold at RM1929. Apple should remove 16GB model and replace with 32GB model at RM1599. 16GB won’t be enough for games nowadays. If so, I will be a happy new iPad Air 2 user then.

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My Maxis Hotlink was inactive due to “I forgot reload credit”. My parent and I always use Hotlink Share-a-Top Up to keep our line active all the time. However, my mom forgot to share her credit yesterday. Therefore, my Hotlink was down now. Help!!!

Send free SMS… Send free SMS…. Send free SMS… I need to send free SMS to Malaysia operator like Maxis, DiGi, Celcom (don’t care postpaid or prepaid) to ask her to share her credit.

Does anyone of you know which website provide service to send free SMS online??

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is finally here in Malaysia. Yup, you can buy one from this Friday 17th October 2014 onwards. And Samsung Malaysia Electronics (SME) SDN BHD is giving away Gear Circle free for the first 100 customers that purchase Galaxy Note 4 at selected 5 locations. They are Sunway Pyramid Selangor, Gurney Paragon Penang, City Square Johor, Centre Point Kota Kinabalu and Kuantan Parade Pahang. There is no official pricing for Gear Circle yet. But based on EXPANSYS online store, it is priced at 136.99 USD (around RM450) for pre-order. Not bad if you really want to own Galaxy Note 4. How about the price? Well, you have to wait until tomorrow media launching to find out. Hopefully, it will be cheaper than Galaxy Note 3 launch price. Else some of the people will move toward to China smartphone like Xiaomi, Lenovo, Oppo, Meizu… Or Google Nexus 6 from Motorola…

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