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Three years ago, Linksys launched their first MU-MIMO router with the Linksys EA8500 Max-Stream AC2600 MU-MIMO Gigabit Router.
Fast forward to today, Linksys launched their first DFS router with the Linksys EA8100 Max-Stream AC2600 MU-MIMO Gigabit Router. DFS stands for Dynamic Frequency Selection. More on that in the later part of the review as that is the only selling point of this router.
Microsoft Surface Go will be available in Singapore from Tuesday, 28th August 2018. Pre-orders start tomorrow, 2nd August 2018.
Surface Go will be available for pre-order and retail on Microsoft Online Store, as well as authorized retailers including Acommerce, Best Denki, Challenger, Courts, Elush, Harvey Norman, and Newstead.
Similarly, Point 2 started out also on Kickstarter on 21st November 2017.
It was fully funded on 20th February 2018 where it raised a total of US$657,117 from 4,902 backers out of their initial goal of US$100,000.
I always wanted to get an unboxing knife after seeing all the U.S. YouTubers having their own personal unboxing knife.
Somehow when Amazon is having an Gold Box Deals for Kershaw’s knives, it sort of trigger my search for an unboxing knife.
I chanced upon the UHA Mikakuto Croquette Snack when I was looking for snacks to buy back to Singapore from Don Quijote during my previous Tokyo trip.
If you qualify for tax-free shopping (spend more than JP¥5,000), it is selling for JP¥138 (S$1.70). If not after 8% tax, it is JP¥149 (S$1.85).
Ichiran is a famous ramen chain from Japan. They have branches in Japan, Hong Kong, US and recently Taiwan. Most of their stores are opened 24 hours daily. I hope they will come to Singapore soon!