If you’ve been dying to get your hands on products officially #MadeByGoogle, you’re in luck – the Google Store in Singapore has just been launched, and everyone in the little red dot can finally get their hands on the Google Pixel 2 XL, Google Wifi, Chromecast and Google Pixel Buds! To top it all off, Google’s bringing in the Google Home and Google Home Mini smart home speakers too.
Chinese smartphone brand Vivo has just arrived in Singapore with two midrange phones – the V7+ with a 24MP selfie shooter, and the entry level Y65. Although the brand is popular in India & the Philippines, can its latest phones stand up to the competition in the crowded Singapore market?
Remember the Ultimate Ears Wonderboom we reviewed last year? This awesome little speaker which puts out boomy sound way larger than its size is getting a few new outfits for the new year. Meet the Ultimate Ears Wonderboom Freestyle Collection: five new colors and designs which add a vibrant splash of color to the speaker lineup.
It goes without saying that the Dell Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1 stands out from the rest of the mid-range crowd with its professional design, stunning looks, and decent specs. Although these features, especially the 1080p IPS touchscreen, sound good, what’s on paper can differ vastly from actual performance. How does it fare in reality? Let’s find out!
Good news Microsoft Fans – both 13 and 15 inch models of the Surface Book 2 will be coming to Singapore on 15 March, and pre-orders will be starting from today onwards (7 Feb) from the Microsoft Store, as well as authorised retailers.
The True Wireless Headphone market is booming – buds like the Apple Airpods, Bragi Dash, Jabra Elite Sport, Jaybird RUN and Beoplay E8 have been selling like hotcakes, and threaten to surpass traditional Bluetooth headsets in both popularity and sales. In the midst of this intense competition, Bose has just announced the availability of its first True Wireless Buds in Singapore – The Bose Soundsport Free. Let’s take a closer look at these premium-looking buds.
Microsoft has just announced in a pretty surprising move that their entire Surface line will be coming to Singapore very soon! While the company has previously only sold the Surface Pro line in Singapore, they’re bringing in the big guns this year – namely the Surface Book 2, Surface Laptop, Surface Studio and Surface Dial.
Remember the really awesome Dell XPS 13 we reviewed last year? It proved to be one of the best Windows notebooks we’ve used to date, complete with a beautiful InfinityEdge thin bezel display and a compact form factor. To kick off this year strong, Dell’s taken all the best bits of the world famous 2-in-1 laptop and made everything better, faster and thinner. Meet the new Dell XPS, ready for 2018 and beyond!
If you’ve bought TV’s before, you’ll know that LG’s award winning OLED TV’s have always dominated the high end market. They’re a household name which has always stood for groundbreaking display quality and advanced quality. This year, the company’s switching things up by focusing on artificial intelligence technologies (yes – AI!) for their TV’s. Meet LG ThinQ and the α Processors.
NVIDIA has just launched the Titan V, a consumer grade graphics card that is capable of delivering a whopping 110 teraflops of deep learning horsepower. Even though it looks like any other NVIDIA graphics card on the market, the special thing about the NVIDIA Titan V is its new internal architecture – Volta.