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Weekend pick of the Sitex 2011 deals

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26 Nov
2011
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Singapore Expo is a long way away for most people, other than folks living in the east, so before you head down to Sitex, Singapore’s last quarterly IT bazaar for 2011, check out some of the standout deals that people have been putting up on brochure sites.

Yes, in the past, you had to squeeze your way through the halls for some small bargain, collecting loads of brochures on the way. Today, you can check out what’s on offer online before heading down for a more targeted trip.

Here are some great deals so far at this weekend’s show. We’ll update this page as we get more info.

 
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Hands on: Nokia N9, a pleasant surprise to bring the mojo back

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21 Jun
2011
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Nokia CEO Stephen Elop’s presentation at this year’s CommunicAsia show was expected to be the event’s highlight, and he didn’t disappoint this morning by showing off a new smartphone that finally put a bit of the mojo back into the embattled phone maker.

No, he didn’t announce a new Windows Phone device, but instead the Meego-based N9 stole the show today in Singapore with a luscious screen and a quick, sleek touch interface that surprised many. It’s the device Nokia should have come up with a year, maybe two years, ago.

 
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