Support for VISA and MasterCard will be available soon.
The Klipsch Reference X6i was announced in 12th November 2015 in the US and has been available in Singapore since March 2016.
You can get the Klipsch X6i at the usual gadget stores like Courts or Challenger or at Tat Chuan Acoustic Online Store. The official retail price is S$329. It is available in two colors, White and Black.
I backed the PINE A64 on Kickstarter on 17th January 2016. The project was funded on 23rd January 2016 after raising a total of US$1,731,466 out of their initial goal of US$31,416 from 36,781 backers.
I chose the US$29 reward level and shipping to Singapore cost another US$12. So in total, I paid US$41 (S$58).
Last month, GP Batteries expanded its PowerBanks and Smart On-The-Go accessories lineup to include USB Car Chargers, USB Wall Chargers, Charge & Sync USB Cables, F-Series PowerBank and Smiley Special Edition PowerBank.
The price of the SanDisk Ultra 200GB MicroSDXC Card for the deal is US$59.99 (S$83).
Pre-order for the iPhone SE started on 24th March 2016 and it will be launching tomorrow, Thursday, 31st March 2016.
With regards to LTE networks in Singapore, for the iPhone SE model we are getting the A1723 (GSM).
A Pringles Party Speaker is a speaker that you place on top of your Pringles can for extra acoustic effect. It has been designed and manufactured for Pringles.
Each Pringles Party Speaker is powered by 3x AAA batteries (not included) and you can daisy chain multiple Pringles Party Speaker to form a long chain of speakers. There are several designs available but unfortunately you can’t choose them.
I took leave yesterday for my birthday and basically it is an errand day.
Started the day by going to Singtel Shop at Comcenter to change Li Xiang’s plan to SIM Only.
Daniel Wellington is sort of the watch brand for “hipster” right now.
I was seeded with two Daniel Wellington watches but I decided to let Li Xiang have it because I already own an Apple Watch and Moto 360 (Second Generation) and hence I don’t foresee myself wearing the watches.
Mediacorp is transmitting all free-to-air channels in digital format since December 2013 under the DVB-T2 television standard.
By the end of 2017 existing analogue TV signals will stop broadcasting.