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Hong Kong’s CSL upgrades to LTE Cat 4 network, offers Huawei’s 150Mbps mobile hotspot (video)

Hong Kong gets LTE Advanced Cat 4 network and mobile hotspot, courtesy of CSL

With Hong Kong boasting pretty much the fastest average internet speed on this planet, it’s no surprise that the city is also one of the first to launch commercial 150Mbps LTE Cat 4 service — just right after SingTel’s launch in Singapore earlier this month. Announced yesterday by CSL (who operates both one2free and the more premium 1010), its FD-LTE network takes advantage of the recently acquired 5MHz extended spectrum, in order to increase the capacity of 2600MHz from 2 x 15MHz to 2 x 20MHz. This upgrade is what enables Cat 4 download speed of up to 150Mbps on this band as of yesterday.

The company’s 1800MHz spectrum will also get an upgrade from 2 x 10MHz to 2 x 15MHz in June, followed by another jump to 2 x 20MHz towards the end of the year. You’ll find a live demo video (courtesy of RingHK) showing the performance difference between Cat 3 and Cat 4 after the break, with CTO Christian Daigneault claiming he’s seen a speed increase of up to twice as fast in the lab.

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Alleged ‘iPad 5′ case spotted in Hong Kong, hints at slimmer and narrower body

Alleged 'iPad 5' case spotted at Hong Kong Electronics Fair

Rumors of an upcoming iPad sporting a similar design as the iPad mini go as far back as late January this year, when our reliable buddies at 9to5Mac shared some clear images of a leaked chassis (check them out at the “More Coverage” link below). This was followed by an alleged picture of the front panel sent out around previously this month. However as before, cases for this unreleased “iPad 5″ have likewise been making the rounds in China, and we’ve handled to get our hands on one at the Hong Kong Electronic devices Fair earlier today. It coincides old tale according to a staff at the booth: the case is based upon a leaked mold. Oops!

Compared with a similar case made for the 2 latest generations of the bigger iPad, this case again suggests a slimmer and narrower iPad is in the works, which would suggest that this mysterious tablet is most likely to have the exact same display size however thinner left and right-side bezels– just like the iPad mini. Similarly, the straighter edges support 9to5Mac’s earlier leakage of the iPad mini-like body. Let’s simply hope that Apple will still have a couple of shocks up its sleeves then, eh?

Xiaomi Phone 2 preps Hong Kong and Taiwan launch, seeks early local testers on Facebook

Xiaomi preps Hong Kong and Taiwan launch, recruiting early users on Facebook

We knew Xiaomi’s keen to bring its phones into the European market, but prior to taking that long-haul flight, the Chinese company is visiting make a couple of stops in Asia. According to the latest updates on the company’s Twitter feed and a freshly-made Facebook team (under “Xiaomi Asia”), the Xiaomi Phone 2 will be striking Hong Kong and Taiwan “in the near future,” and people staying in those two regions could get in a draw for a chance to become a guinea porker assistance check the phone’s localized MIUI ROM (in typical Chinese, normally) ahead of launch. CEO Bouquet Jun had actually formerly specified that his business would broaden into Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore by the end of this year, however due to the frustrating demand of Qualcomm’s 28nm chipsets throughout the year, it’s extremely unlikely that Xiaomi can understand its original plan in time. Regardless, from what we understand, Xiaomi could partner with Chunghwa Telecom to offer the Xiaomi Phone 2 in Taiwan, whereas in Hong Kong it might use the customary online direct sale design to begin with– unlike Meizu who has a physical store in the city, along with a partnership with local carrier PCCW. Now, how about a full schedule for your world domination, Mr. Bouquet?

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Lytro camera getting parallax effect and 3D display support, lands in Hong Kong (video)

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Lytro isn’t really done expanding the usefulness of its light field camera simply since we have manual controls. Yet another update due by the end of the year will make the most of that focus-independent sensor to permit a parallax-based 3D effect in photos: invoke a ‘full’ focus in assessing tries and you can begin poking around the scene in a restricted way without having ever before touched a dual-sensor camera. Suitably, we’re also getting support for examining photos on 3D screens and Televisions that emphasize the added depth. The promised functions come hand-in-hand with Lytro’s immediate accessibility in Hong Kong, where 8GB blue and gray cameras are offering for $ 3,888 HKD ($ 502 US) and the 16GB red design chooses $ 4,688 HKD ($ 605). Look into our Chinese staff’s eyes-on appearance at the parallax effect in a video after the break.

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Liquipel launches retail store in Hong Kong, spreads the hydrophobia for gadgets

Liquipel launches retail store in Hong Kong, spreads the waterproof love

Over the years we’ve come across many hydrophobic coating technologies aimed at electronics, but sadly, none of those were made directly available to consumers. The closest one was Nokia’s nanocoating demonstration we saw last October, though the company recently said to us that it’s still “currently a research project,” and it never mentioned plans to offer a service to treat existing devices. On the other hand, Californian startup Liquipel recently opened its first Hong Kong retail store, making it the second Liquipel service center globally after the one located at the Santa Ana headquarters. Folks in the area can simply call up to make an appointment, and then head over with their phones or tablets to get the nanocoating treatment. So how does this funky technology work? How does it cover both the inside and the outside of gadgets? And is Liquipel’s offering any better than its rivals? Read on to find out.

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Liquipel launches retail store in Hong Kong, spreads the hydrophobia for gadgets originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 07 Sep 2012 18:07:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon pricing spotted in Hong Kong

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon pricing spotted in Hong Kong

Lenovo floated the ThinkPad X1 Carbon past us in Could without so much as a whisper of what the light in weight Ultrabook’s cost would certainly be. The company doesn’t mind shouting it out in just what looks to be a Hong Kong back-to-school promotion flyer, though. As long as the Newsmth.net post represents the final rates, local residents can generally anticipate to pay about HK$ 12,880 ($ 1,660 US) for an X1 Carbon with a 1.7 GHz Core i5, 4GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD. That’s rather the premium if you contrast it directly to what we see in the US for a PC like the Samsung Series 9, although it’s tricky to advise if costs will certainly be equal on the other side of the Pacific: there’s no sales tax in Hong Kong, amongst additional factors. Even if the cost differs by the time of the United States launch later on this summertime, students in the city are already getting a rebate to HK$ 9,180 ($ 1,184) that recommends at least some wiggle space if competitors among Ultrabooks grows specifically crazy.

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Apple opens iTunes Store in Hong Kong, Taiwan and 10 other Asia-Pacific territories

Apple opens iTunes Store in Hong Kong, Taiwan and 10 other AsiaPacific countries

Several Apple supporters on the contrary side of the Pacific from Cupertino haven’t had much of a choice to go shopping from iTunes, even though they have actually had the Application Shop for some time. There’s now a much better sense of balance: Apple merely flicked the switch on the iTunes Shop for new music and motion pictures in a dozen countries and territories around the Asia-Pacific area. The company singles out our own Richard Lai’s Hong Kong along with Singapore and Taiwan, but we would certainly be remiss if we didn’t discuss that Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam are additionally getting the media catalogs, that include local content along with the worldwide favorites. It’s a full catch-up also, with iTunes in the Cloud re-downloads and iTunes Match subscriptions accessible in every new nation. If you’re a significant Andy Lau fan but desired his albums from the most iPhone-friendly shop possible, the wait is over.

Apple opens iTunes Store in Hong Kong, Taiwan and 10 other Asia-Pacific zones initially appeared on Engadget on Tue, 26 Jun 2012 19:33:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Nokia Lumia 900 Camera Extension app previewed in Hong Kong (video)

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You’re looking at Camera Extension: a new app for the Lumia 900 that, er, extends the phone’s camera function by adding burst, timer and panorama modes plus, most notably, a smart group shot feature. The latter takes five pictures in five seconds, then cuts out the heads and lets you swap ‘em out in the same way that BB 10′s Timeline Lens (amongst others) works. Will the app bring you out in goofy smiles? Find out in the video after the break, where WeLoveWindowsPhone.hk gives it a go.

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Nokia Lumia 900 Camera Extension app previewed in Hong Kong (video) originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 21 May 2012 10:11:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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