PIKOM Pc fair venue’s for the 1st quarter for 2012 is out. This is when vendors, resellers and distributors flock small halls where thousands of people cramp into a hall to get a bargain or a kick ass deal! You normally find smartphones, laptop, tablets, DSLR vendors putting up their offerings.
This year i think the Ultrabook’s might be a big focus with Asus, Acer, Toshiba and now HP has one too!
Mark your calendars, should be fun!
Check out the dates
The final installment for the PIKOM PC fair is out. This is your last chance this year to take advantage of deals for your technology requirements.
14 – 16 October 2011
MUAR (MU) Dewan Jubli Intan
27 – 29 October 2011
KOTA BHARU (KB) KB Mall
28 – 30 October 2011
PENANG (PG) Penang International Sports Arena (PISA)
TAWAU (TW) Dewan Masyarakat
SEREMBAN (SBN) Terminal One Shopping Centre
3 – 5 November 2011
KUALA TERENGGANU (KT) Pusat Dagangan Terengganu (TTC)
4 – 6 November 2011
JOHOR BAHRU (JB) Persada Johor International Convention Centre
IPOH (IP) Stadium Indera Mulia
MENTAKAB (MKB) Dewan Sri Mentakab
11 – 13 November 2011
MELAKA (MK) Melaka International Trade Centre (MITC)
2 – 4 December 2011
KUALA LUMPUR (KL) Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre
KOTA KINABALU (KK) LG Car Park Exhibition Hall, 1Borneo
BATU PAHAT (BP) Batu Pahat Mall
SUNGAI PETANI (SP) Village Mall
For more info , check out the PIKOM Official Website
I hope you have not been gathering your info from the mainstream because so far its been absolutely rubbish. The reporting is distorted and the kind of manipulation that i see its crazy! I did not get the opportunity to go for the rally, i wasnt feeling too well but i have nothing but regrets that i didnt join brothers and sisters who went for the peaceful rally. We hear the Bersih commitee re-itterating the term peaceful and if you read the accounts from those who attend it, you will get what im saying.
It was a rally to call for Free and Fair elections, period!
Some may say that it was political because there was opposition participation, let me tell you something. The opposition participated in the Bersih rally, they did not organize it. For me, im happy that they did as it shows that they want a even playing field which the rulling party objected.
Anyway, if you have been reading some of the Bersih Stories online, on facebook or twitter, i like to bring this one to your attention, it was by Esther Goh who went for the rally. She has documented her experience in a format that is easy to read and gives you a idea of what happen. Thanks Jennihsurf for sharing
After reading these accounts, i have hope. While there is continuous propoganda with fancy slogans being wielded around using our tax money to gain political mileage. There is a genuine unity at ground level and this Bersih Story tells you just that. Experiences like Bersih gives you perspective, gives your hope and makes your proud to be Malaysian
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