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My gadgets~

These are my belongings that I bought using my own money
and I always bring them with me everywhere I go~
(anywhere, as long as it make sense)

*Playstation Portable Slim n Lite*
*After SPM results was announced (March)*
*Money from my grandpa (for SPM) +
my salary working as facilitator in Olympiad Camp*

*Nintendo DS Lite*
*After Eid*
*Money that I received from Biduanda*

Which one is better?
We'll discuss it later~

*Sony Cyber-shot S650*
*Just before my school's Grand Dinner last year*
*Money that I received for working in
Koperasi MRSM TGB (I used it shortly after getting it :P)*

The camera is already broken....*sob*
I miss my camera so much...

*Sony Ericsson W660i*
*After I received my scholarship money*
* know which money I used...*

The left one is Raihan's~

Raihan with my phone~


  1. ni apsal terbalik ni bukan patut PSP ke yg hitam DS yg putih? Ahaha kau beli awal sgt kalau kau tunggu skit bleh beli PSP-3000 dgn DSi. Huhu.

  2. tu aa pasal...

    time aku beli tuh xde lak promotion pasal PSP-3000 ngan DSi

    dua minggu lepas aku beli DS tgk2 ader lak kat Gamespot

    haih mengecewakan sungguh~

    owh, sajer amik kaler pelik2



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