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5 cool things by Leng Sopheaktra

5 cool things by Leng Sopheaktra

Beats headphones 
Are you a music lover? Do you want headphones with excellent sound quality and a sleek cool look? Beats by Dr Dre is a widely known high-performance brand. It’s co-founded and marketed by hip-hop and rap artist Dr Dre and Jimmy Iovine. Beats are one of the most popular headphones nowadays. You can see it’s now used by many famous artists and young in-fashion adults around the world, thanks to its high performance sound and cool colours. Moreover, beats are now sold at nearly every CD store in Phnom Penh. Unfortunately, fake products have also been increasing in the market, so  be careful: buyer beware!

iPad 3
The iPad 3 is the third and current generation of the iPad, a tablet computer designed, developed and marketed by Apple Inc. It serves primarily as a platform for audio-visual media, including books, movies, music, games, presentations and a way to surf the web. It comes in either black or white. The new special feature is the retina display, which has four times as many pixels as the iPad2 – and one million more pixels than an 1080p HD-TV. Furthermore, it also features the A5x processor and a 5megapixel camera. Also, the iPad3 has voice recognition software. The user speaks, and the iPad types it on the screen. So have you tried it out? Change things up from your old tablet to the latest iPad – because the price is surprisingly reasonable given all of its functions.

Burj Khalifa
Want to know where the tallest building in the world is? It’s the Burj Khalifa, located in Dubai, UAE. It stands at 829,84m (2,732ft). Burj Khalifa has also beaten the record on the world’s fastest elevator (64km/1hour), the world’s highest restaurant (122nd floor) and the world’s highest nightclub (144th floor). It was featured in the blockbuster movie Mission Impossible, which has many breathtaking scenes from the top of the building. I think it’s the premiere leisure and entertainment centre for wealthy tourists to enjoy.

Nokia 808 Pure View
Having problems with low image quality from your camera phone? Well, here’s the solution: Nokia 808 Pure View. Powered by Smartphone, it was first unveiled at the end of February during the mobile world congress. It is the first smart phone to feature Nokia’s pure view imaging technology based on a new high resolution 41 megapixel – 1/1.2” large sensor. The 808 won the award for best new mobile handset. Pure view imaging technology delivers high image quality. The Pure View comes in many different colours, so choose your favourite one.

Want to find an elegant and stylish brand? Today people dress and have their own different styles; they also have their favorite brands. Hermes is a famous brand for fashionable – and wealthy – teens nowadays. The ‘H’ letter is the symbol for Hermes and it’s nearly impossible to miss, adorning gorgeous bags, belts, scarves and more. While the  Hermes brand is probably too expensive to buy for most young adults, nearly every market place in Cambodia has knock-offs that look almost exactly the same as the real deal!


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