Nasa Smart Devices is a leading Smartphone retailer and distributor in Saudi Arabia and Middle east. Nasa deals in top Smartphone brands like HTC, and BlackBerry. Nasa Smart Devices has latest android based smartphones in Saudi Arabia. Nasa Smart Devices has showrooms in main Saudi cities like Riyadh, Al-Khobar, Jeddah, Makkah and Madina.
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Nasa Smart Device is a retailer and distributor of Smartphones in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Nasa has 9 Retail stores in Different Saudi Arabian cities Jeddah, Riyadh, Khobar, Makkah and Madina. Nasa also has an online shop where you can order smartphones from HTC, BlackBerry and Apple online. The devices will be shipped to your door steps via Aramex courier or EPS speed post. Here is the latest prices for Smart Devices for August 2010 till September 2010. (Nasa has right to change the prices any time)
HTC Smart Devices Prices (Windows Mobile)
HTC HD2: SAR 3290
HTC HD: SAR 2800
HTC PRO2: SAR 2690
HTC HD mini: SAR 2299
HTC Touch2: SAR 1699
HTC Diamond: SAR 1200
HTC Viva: SAR 890
HTC Cruise2: SAR 1300
HTC P3300: SAR 700
HTC Smart Devices Prices (Android)
HTC Magic: SAR 1200 (Display units available in short quantity)
SAUDI ARABIAN HA’IL BAJA (Ha’il Rally 2010…The Great Nafud Challenge), February 16th-18th, 2010 – 2010 FIA International Cup for Cross-Country Bajas, round 1
HA’IL (Saudi Arabia): Nasa Smart Devices and HTC participated in Ha’il Baja. A 187.7km third selective section through the An-Nafud desert in the north-central region of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Thursday.
This year’s Saudi Arabian Ha’il Baja ran under the patronage of HRH Prince Saud Bin Abdul Mohsen Bin Abdul Aziz, Governor of Ha’il, President of the Supreme Commission for Ha’il Development and the Head of the Supreme Commission of the Ha’il Rally.
Twenty-five of the original 27 cars entered in the international event were permitted to restart stage three on Thursday morning, with Majed Al-Ghamdi succumbing to engine problems and Safah Al-Saeedi also falling by the wayside. Emirati Abdullah Al-Herais did not take the restart. Cars that did not complete the full second stage were given a notional time penalty of 10h 15m.