19 Oct '15, 9am

#singapore #sales Xiaomi Singapore shares how to identify fake Mi Power Banks: For those who... #promotions #news

#singapore #sales Xiaomi Singapore shares how to identify fake Mi Power Banks: For those who... #promotions #news

The note goes on to show how to identify the fake ones, either from the USB cable that comes with it, looking at the internal batteries or the PCB board colour within. Some of them are pretty technical and require you to open the power bank to spot the discrepancies but the easiest and quickest way is to verify the serial number from Xiaomi’s website

Full article: http://www.greatdeals.com.sg/2015/10/19/mi-power-banks-fa...

Tweets

5 Ways to Spot Fake Sneakers

5 Ways to Spot Fake Sneakers

sneakerfiles.com 18 Oct '15, 4pm

Buying authentic sneakers online or in person could be one of the hardest achievements. Not every pair we can get at Nike ...

From modernisation to great power relations in Asia

From modernisation to great power relations in ...

eastasiaforum.org 19 Oct '15, 11am

After World War II and the end of Japanese military expansion, many countries fought for and won their independence in Asi...

Xiaomi reveals self-balancing Ninebot scooter

Xiaomi reveals self-balancing Ninebot scooter

luxuo.com 19 Oct '15, 2pm

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has revealed its first collaboration with Ninebot and Segway, a self-balancing scooter cal...

Xiaomi products are getting a price hike. You can still buy now at old prices

Xiaomi products are getting a price hike. You c...

soyacincau.com 19 Oct '15, 3pm

The popular cheap and good power banks and Mi Band are getting a hike up to RM10 while its Redmi 2 Enhanced Version gets a...

Australian Commission Investigates Banks’ Closing Bitcoin Companies’ Accounts

Australian Commission Investigates Banks’ Closi...

cryptocoinsnews.com 19 Oct '15, 7am

84 SHARES Twitter Linkedin Facebook Pinterest Google Reddit The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is i...

Over $7,000 lost in malware attack at fake bank...

straitstimes.com 17 Oct '15, 10pm

A man doing a simple check of his firm's bank account had all its cash cleaned out by malicious software that had infected...