In a bid to get the Ching Chong Hubby to be more involved in my blog, I have asked him to start blogging on www.nadnut.com
Needless to say, he was very hesitant as he has never blogged before. But the one thing that sets aside Ching Chong Hubby apart from other boyfriends or husbands is that he is one of the most supportive partner ever. He is always game to attend events with me be it to listening to product reviews or even cooking classes or basically mundane stuff to him. Yes of course, he loves the usual food and travel events. He is a bigger foodie than me! Honestly speaking, he is harder to please when it comes to food and drinks. LOL.
Not only does he attend events for me, he has always assumed the photographer roles when it comes to these events. I can always trust him to take pictures while I talk to the PR people or toy around with the products.
And now.... jeng jeng! He will be helping to review certain stuff! The reason why I tweaked www.nadnut.com to be a lifestyle blog instead of specialising in food or beauty is that I wish to document as much as possible of my life. With my new married life, I hope to work on www.nadnut.com together with him.
And what better way but to start it off with reviewing tech items first? He well, wrote a paragraph and I added some thoughts of my own! So here's our very first review together!
Spotted this Enjoy 71 7" tablet during the recent IT show newly launched by MSI.
Like most of the other android device, it runs on the Android 4.0 ICS(Ice Cream Sandwich). It is one of the few that has IPS capacitive multi-touch (5 points) panel, running on 1.5GHz dual core processor with Mali-400 graphics, microSD card slot and has mini-HDMI connecting the tablet to larger external display for better viewing experience, something different from other 7" tablets.
The greatest advantage for this Enjoy 71 is the attractive price tag($199) which is lower than other 7" tablets, but relatively has the same features and specifications.
This thin, light weight (299 grams) and sleek peacock blue metal finishing wins me over other brands. Now i can just slip this into nadnut's bag without her grumbling about the heaviness compared to my current 10" bulky tablet!
nadnut adds: I tried using his tablet and I thought it was really light and relatively easy to use. As someone who has never used Android in her whole life, I thought it was easy to navigate. It was also really smooth navigating it and I think for the price he paid, it was really value for money. FYI, the hubby LOVES Android. So to him, bigger screen, cheap, Android = YAY YAY YAY. Crazy fella been addicted to Candy Crush and plays nonstop on his new tablet. Pfft.
I hope this will not be the first and last review from him :p Hope to do more! Perhaps I should have a new category for his reviews? And new banners? We'll see! Any comments? (COMMENT ASKING HIM TO WRITE MORE! HE IS SO SHY ABOUT HIS WRITING!)