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Qoo10 (formerly GMARKET) finds!

Here’s a couple of stuff that I have recently purchased from Qoo10 (formerly GMARKET).

Laptop (Numeric Kaypad) Number Pad (SGD 5.99, free shipping)

It honestly feels cheap and light…

But it does the job well!

For its price, the only alternative I found were those made of silicon which I find almost impossible to use.

I chose “free unregistered shipping” and the package took 12 days (inclusive of weekends) to reach me.

Smart Cover for iPad (SGD 11.99, free shipping)

All I can say is that it fits and works well!

Also chose “free unregistered shipping” and it also took 12 days (inclusive of weekends) to reach me.

iPad 2 Clear Crystal Snap-on Hard Back Case (SGD 8.80, free shipping)

Was honestly not expecting much… but I was really surprised with the quality of this Back Case…

Fits my iPad 2 perfectly.

Item needed 8 days (inclusive of weekends) to reach me using “free unregistered shipping”

Please note that I am not connected with qoo10, I just wanted to share what I thought was a good deal from their site.

*I have included links of the product’s page. However, I’m not sure how long will the link and the product remain available*

Telephone Number Pad!

One lazy day at the office, while browsing the internet, I saw this one question that made me think…

The question was… How many mobile phones have you owned?

And the fastest answer I can come up with is… a lot!

Now, mobile phones have gone a long way. We can now send SMS, E-mail, Pictures and some other stuff. As these mobile phones evolve, their designs change and so does the number pad!

When I first saw the Nokia 3650, I was saw so amazed with its capability to capture videos with its built in camera. Yes, during those days this was ground breaking! But then, upon seeing the phone, you ask yourself… How do I learn to use that keypad?

A phone’s number pad really didn’t bother me that much since I always had a touch screen device but now that I’m back to using a phone with an actual telephone pad, I just noticed that both my phone’s positioned the *, 0 and # differently.

Here’s a photo of my Nokia E63

And here’s my myPhone B22

I have seen my boss’ Blackberry and the *, 0 and # were also positioned differently!

Can’t telephone manufacturers standardize their phone’s number pads for the sake of us consumers?

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