Monday, June 29, 2009

Pergola installation in my Klang home

The installation of the pergola with skylight was started a few months ago. The picture above was taken a few month adready but forget to post. Better late than never isn't it.

Saturday, June 27, 2009

MJ 1958 - 2009

By now everyone should have known that the King of POP have left us. May he rest in peace.

Friday, June 26, 2009

My Klang home in Bandar Bukit Raja

The renovation of my klang home is completed. The final touch of the pergola with skylight was completed yesterday. Take a look at the photo I post.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

The world’s first 128GB USB Flash drive.

KINGSTON recently announced the availability of the DataTraveler 200 (DT200), which the Taiwanese computer memory manufacturer claimed is the world’s first 128GB USB Flash drive.
The large capacity along with password protection gives users the flexibility to carry critical data with them at all times in a very small form factor, Kingston said.
“The DT200’s robust storage capability allows consumers store complete libraries of music, photos and videos. It is also a great gadget for business users who carry around large databases or files,” Kingston Flash memory sales director for Asia Pacific region Nathan Su said in a press statement.

The DT200 also has password protection, which helps safeguard data and requires no administrator rights for users.
The DT200 has a capless design to protect the USB connector and is enhanced for Windows ReadyBoost. It is available in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB ­capacities.
The DT200 is backed by a five-year warranty and free tech support.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Kem Remaja Bestaru TNB

Have attended the kem, it's a wonderful experience. All together I have attended three times.

Saturday, June 13, 2009

Father's Day

This month is father's day. Oh my dad bought himself a gift. A Garmin GPS Navigator.

Sunday, June 7, 2009

Sony's PSP Go features flash memory.

Kaz Hirai, Sony’s president, jokingly called the launch of the PSP Go the “worst kept secret of E3”, after news of the announcement leaked online days ahead of the video games expo in Los Angeles. He made the announcement as Sony unveiled its forthcoming line-up of video games at E3 2009.
The device, which is half the size and wait of the original PSP console, features 16GB of flash memory, allowing users to store thousands of songs, photos and games on their console. It also has a slide-out control pad, and integrated Bluetooth, as well as a memory card slot to expand its storage limit.
They will also be able to download games and films from Sony’s PlayStation Store using the PSP Go’s built-in Wi-Fi capabilities.
Sony confirmed that the PSP Go would not have a slot for its proprietary UMD game disks, meaning users won’t be able to play old PSP games on it. However, Sony said that the PSP Go would be offered in addition to the existing PSP console, the slim, light PSP 3000, which is still compatible with UMD disks.
The PSP Go, which goes on sale on October 1, will cost around $250 (£150).
Sony hopes the new-look, ultra-portable device will appeal to casual gamers as well as Sony’s traditional fan base. Other handheld consoles, such as the Nintendo DS, have proved very popular with women and older gamers.
The PSP Go also pits Sony directly against Apple’s iPod touch device, which can play music and video, as well as surf the internet, and is building a reputation as a foremost mobile gaming platform, with a number of large publishers, including Electronic Arts, developing titles specifically for Apple’s gadget.