My second review post for CNET Asia’s Tech Factor program where I review the BlackBerry Z10 all touchscreen smartphone from Blackberry is now out!
See Previous Post : CNET Asia Tech Factor BlackBerry Z10 Review #1
See the first review : (CNET Asia) BlackBerry Z10 : The “Make It or Break It” smartphone from BlackBerry
In case you don’t know, I am a part of the CNET Asia Tech Factor program, where their readers from around Asia gets to review a gadget for a month on their site. The blogger / writer stand a chance to win that said gadget along with other prizes. I have been chosen to represent Malaysia for this month’s review of the BlackBerry Z10.
Additionally, readers can participate, too. Read, comment and share the article, if you like it. At the end of the month, I am gathering people who are willing to be interviewed on video (by me) about the features and usage of smartphone in your life. It helps if you’re a BlackBerry lover. Better yet, if you’re a BlackBerry Z10 user! For your effort, you’ll get a token gadget courtesy of CNET Asia.
Last week, my first review post, I covered the unboxing of the BlackBerry Z10, along with a hardware overview of the phone and my first impression.
This week’s post, I cover how the phone fares for me at work as a productivity phone. For emails, for contacts and calendar management, note taking and file syncing.
Check out my post : No-nonsense Productivity At Its Best With BlackBerry Z10
As usual, you can help me, if you like the article, to comment on the page, *LIKE* it with your Facebook login at the page, and share it with everyone you know. Also, if you’re up for being interviewed at the end of the month, drop me a comment here below.
Don’t forget to read this : No-nonsense Productivity At Its Best With BlackBerry Z10
Next week’s post, I will cover the phone as a “Play” phone, with emphasis on the keyboard, app store and browser. See ya then!
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