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Udah bosen lihat planet bumi tercinta ini ??

Yuk, kita tenggok ke planet tetangga… planet Mars…
selama ini kan cuma bisa liat di film dokumenter aja..
nah melalui software Google Earth, sekarang kita bisa liat planet Mars or planet merah ini….

download dulu applikasi-nya..
disini http://earth.google.com

untuk saat ini versi terbarunya.. Goole Earth 5 (beta)
menurut sitenya fitur barunya

* Pencitraan sejarah dari seluruh dunia
* Data dasar dan permukaan lautan dari pakar kelautan
* Semakin mudah berwisata dengan perekaman audio dan suara

Hihiihi… sekarang tenggok ke Planet sebelah, cari tombol yang bentuknya planet..

mars_on_google_earth_tombol

selanjutnya kita ada dibawa ke Planet Mars…

mars_on_google_earth

mars_on_google_earth_2

selain itu bisa juga nge-“browsing”… jagad raya alias luar angkasa…
hehehe.. coba cari2x alien.. kali aja dapet…

mars_on_google_earth_2

Hari ini nyoba install IE 8, but masih versi RC1, langsung download aja dari
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/Internet-explorer/beta/default.aspx
besar file installer sekitar 16 mb, selesai download.. langsung jalanin .. secara otomatis akan download paket2x lanjutan-nya…
install_01

install_03

install_03

install_04

Setelah selesai installasi, seperti biasa.. IE akan import bookmark and lakukan konfigurasi.. g pilih yang oto2x aja or recommended…

install_05

install_06

install_07

setelah seluruh seremonial berakhir.. langsung kenalan…
hmm gak banyak perubahan sih.. hampir sama aja kayak IE 7…

install_08

dari website resminya IE 8 ada beberapa fitur andalan yang menurut g cukup menarik, yakni “Inprivate“, selama fitur ini diaktifkan, aktifitas browsing tidak akan tercatat dalam history.. jadi boleh dibilang.. fitur ini mempermudah hapus jejak setelah selesai browsing.. sangat membantu…. apalagi setelah melakukan online transaction….

ya.. any fitur canggih lainnya ?? tunggu aja tanggal mainnya…..

Akhir dari Mega Bazaar kmaren, akhirnya g kepincut juga ama Smart Jump, sayang gak kepincut ama SPG-nya.. wekekekek… 

Smart Jump

Smart Jump

Kali ini pilihan broadband yang ditawarkan SMART adalah paket Jump.. website resminya ada di http://www.nge-jump.com, ada 2 penawaran yang diberikan :

 

a. Paket Prabayar, seharga Rp 789.000 
b. Paket Pascabayar, seharga Rp 189.000 x 12 bulan..

Untuk prabayar, SMART memberikan bonus 6 GB selama 60 hari, dengan kelbihan pemakaian sebesar Rp 0,275/KB,  tapi sampai dengan 31 Maret 2009, tarif kelebihan sebesar Rp 0,1/KB

Untuk pascabayar, SMART memberikan unlimited akses 

Kedua paket tersebut, dipromosinya sudah termasuk 1 buah Wireless Broadband USB Modem dari Axestel MV140B. Teknologi yang digunakan 3.5 CDMA.. (apakah ini implementasi dari CDMA-EVDO ???) . Kecepatan download hingga 3,1 Mbps, serta upload hingga 1,8 Mbps

 

Axestel MV140B

Axestel MV140B

 

 

So akhirnya, dengan kata “unlimited”-nya.. g pilih aja yang pascabayar… 

Untuk installasinya tidak terlalu rumit… asal baca petunjuknya, akses 3.5G CDMA bisa digunakan.

Speed ?? .. sangat tergantung dari coverage area… kalo tidak ada dalam jaringan 3.5G CDMA, maka speed akan turun menjadi CDMA 1x. 

Cara pakainya, tinggal masuk ke applikasi Axestel-nya.. lalu “connect”..  jadi kayak melakukan dial-up…

Hasilnya cukup memuaskan.. berikut capture dari beberapa website test…

pertama, hasil dari biznet http://speedtest.biznetnetworks.com/

biznet

ini dari sijiwae.. http://www.sijiwae.net/speedtest/

sijiwae

dari speedtest… http://www.speedtest.net/

speedtest

ini dari visualware.. bikin 2 kali nyoba.. ke italy dan ke singapore http://myspeed.visualware.com/servers/flr.html  

visualware_italy

visualware_singapore

berikut dari speakeasy, test ke LA ‘n NY http://www.speakeasy.net/speedtest/

speakeasy_newyork

speakeasy_losangeles

yang ini, website test favorite g…. http://www.2wire.com

2wire

wuih..wuih… hasilnya cukup mengejutkan ya ?!… ada yang resultnya diatas 1000 kbps.. ada yg 500kbps.. even kurang dari 500kbps.. 
aneh ?? gak tau jg dhe…. 

eniwei.. ini nge-blog pake SMART JUMP jg loh….


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