Cars in Malaysia are very common. It is essential to have a car if you live in the Klang Valley and a lot of us do commute from Work to Home using a car. (That’s the reason why the roads/highways in Klang Valley gets clogged up easily). Cars and Malaysians go hand-in-hand. Its ying and yang
This is the second part of my review of the BenQ EW2440L monitor. You may read my initial impressions of the monitor by clicking here. In this part , I’ll be taking a look at the features of the BenQ EW2440L monitor to do a check if they are really what they claim to be or it is just a hype or cool-to-have-functionality-but-it-is-not-practical
Unlike other monitor makers out there in the market , BenQ is taking a rather different approch and I do hope (honestly speaking) that they set the standard for other monitor manufacturers to follow. They are mostly focusing on a ‘healthy’ monitor (yes I’ve invented that word just now , much like ‘healthy/organic’ food). They have invented. According to TFT Central database , BenQ (at this time of writing) seems to be the only manufacturer that is pushing for flicker-free experience
Now let’s take a look at each of the functionality of this monitor shall we
The new BenQ EW2440L is out in Malaysia. It is monitor targeted is not targeted for photographers , hard-core gamers , or some photoshop expert , but instead it is targeted for mass users who uses their monitor almost everyday , that includes people who are in offices or even for students. The interesting thing is that unlike other monitors out there in the market , BenQ goes into the mantra of ‘‘Eye-care’ initiative.
As usual like any of my reviews I have done in the past , I’ll be breaking down into several sections , so that my readers and future buyers would have all the information they need before purchasing the monitor and if is actually bang for your buck 🙂
Got a Pi ? Managed to transform it into an AppleTV ? Cool , now we can take it further by turning our Raspberry Pi into a media center which allows us to watch football , movies and all and on demand. Best of all you are in control and it is for FREE.
You may finally get rid of ASTRO or probably use it as a secondary ASTRO (Cable/Satellite TV) (more after the jump)
As part of #BoostMyNetwork campaign , I was given an ASUS router , which you can read the review about it by clicking it here , ASUS PCI-E Wireless card and finally a USB Dongle. This time around , I’ll be reviewing ASUS USB-AC56 Wireless Adapter which is a 802.11ac Wireless USB Adapter by ASUS (more after the jump)
Recently , I’ve posted a Tweet about my awesome adventure with Raspberry Pi. I did get a lot of responses from people on how did I manage to do that. Basically what I did was whole bunch of googling and all. I thought of compiling them up and writing it here to make it easier for Malaysians who are planning to setup a Raspberry Pi as an AppleTV/Digital Media Center Alternative
This time , I’ll be taking a look at ASUS PCE-AC68. It’s a 802.11ac Dual Band Wireless PCI-E Adapter for your desktop and best of all it is compatible with Hackint0shes – that’s right it works with MacOSX 10.85 and above. So if you are looking for a Hackint0sh compatible card – have a look