TVÅ is their lower-end range and the remote comes with only one button remote without microphone. It is retailing for S$65.
I backed the MOGICS Power Donut/Bagel project on Kickstarter on 14th February 2016. The project was funded on 29th February 2016 after raising a total of US$437,738 out of their initial goal of US$15,000 from 9,882 backers.
Both the Power Donut and Power Bagel are travel power strips which is shaped like a circle for space saving.
On 29th March 2016, SmartThings was having a 20% discount off most of their products as part of their Spring sale.
They are having the sale once again till 4th June 2016 as part of Memorial Day remembrance.
Leagoo is a brand that not many have heard of (including me). But you might have guessed it. Leagoo is a Chinese smartphone brand and it’s parent company is Shenzhen OTEDA Technology Co. Ltd.
Slightly more than a month after Apple Pay for AMEX launches in Singapore, Apple Pay for VISA and MasterCard holders are finally available in Singapore.
Unfortunately, not all banks are on the list. For the initial roll out only credit cards from these five banks are supported: POSB, DBS Bank, OCBC Bank, United Overseas Bank (UOB) and Standard Chartered Bank (SCB).
The ZUS started out on Indiegogo and it raised a total of US$273,165.
There are several designs available and prices range between S$168 and S$258 on Lomography Online Store.
I backed the Flip British Plug on Kickstarter on 22nd November 2015. The project was funded on 18th December 2015 after raising a total of £28,115 out of their initial goal of £15,000 from 1,140 backers.
I chose the £14 reward level and shipping to Singapore cost another £5. So in total, I paid £19 (S$38).
It is S$50 more expensive than the Apple Wireless Keyboard (S$98) because it now comes with a Lightning cable and a built-in battery.
To participate, all you have to do is the following: