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Friday December 14, 2012

A mini wonder at Senheng Firm made the authorised reseller of iPad mini

THE much anticipated iPad mini is now available for sale in all Senheng and senQ outlets nationwide.

Senheng Electric (KL) Sdn Bhd is proud to be one of the key authorised reseller of the iPad mini in Malaysia.

Look no further than Senheng and senQ to get your hands on this iPad mini. Both Senheng and senQ offers special interest rate at as low as 1% for AEON Easy Payment and customers can enjoy up to 36 month’s interest free instalment with their credit cards. There is also special ‘Purchase with Purchase’ offer on the casing and screen protector where customers can save up to RM89.

All PlusOne members get to enjoy free extra one year warranty and all non-members are welcomed to visit the nearest Senheng or senQ outlet to join us as new PlusOne members and enjoy more great benefits.

Every great feature in an iPad is also encrypted in this iPad mini, except that it is 23% thinner and 53% lighter than an iPad.

The iPad mini has a beautiful 7.9 inch display which uses the same LED backlight technology as the iPad to give you plenty of brilliance per square inch.

Besides, iPad mini is powered by the power-efficient A5 chip, giving you a fast and fluid performance. With built-in FaceTime HD camera, iSight camera with 1080p HD video recording, ultrafast wireless and over 275,000 apps ready to download from the App Store, iPad mini is an iPad in every way, only in a smaller form.

Best yet, orders can be placed in all Senheng and senQ outlets now and all pre-ordering would be on a first come first serve basis.


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