KEF is one of the oldest UK Hi-Fi audio brand. It was founded by Raymond Cooke who was an ex-BBC electrical engineer.
KEF stands for Kent Engineering & Foundry. Kent Engineering & Foundry is a company that owns the land where KEF was founded.
Liberty+ was born out of a Kickstarter project where it raised a total of US$2,804,475 from 25,412 backers. Their initial goal was only US$50,000.
Its usual price is US$128 (S$173), but for Black Friday 2017, the price drops to US$98 (S$132). It previously qualifies for the free AmazonGlobal Saver Shipping and hence shipping to Singapore is free if your order is US$125 and above.
The first product that I got is the V-MODA Forza Metallo Wireless Earphones which retails in Singapore for S$289.
X-mini KAI X1 is the smallest speakers in the new X-mini KAI X series which was launched back in June 2017.
The X-mini KAI X series is X-mini’s flagship series which is designed to provide immersive sound experience with the option of portability.
Finally jumped onto the Google Home bandwagon.
Last year, I decided not to buy it despite it being priced at US$99 (S$136) because the ecosystem was not very mature yet. Fast forward six months later, it has improved quite a bit.
The Klipsch Reference X12i was launched in Singapore on November 2015 and the recommended retail price is S$599.
The X12i is the successor to the X11i which was launched in August 2013, and the X11i was the successor to the X10i which was launched in January 2010.
Plantronics BackBeat PRO 2 is retailing for S$319 while Plantronics BackBeat PRO 2 SE is retailing for S$379.