It is retailing for S$179 and is available in four colors: Black, White, Pink, and Blue.
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.
I am currently using the Bose QuietComfort 15 (QC15), and it is no doubt the best active noise cancellation (ACN) headphones in the market. It is extremely useful especially when you are on a plane.
The Bose QuietComfort 35 (QC35) is the updated model to Bose QC25 and Bose QC25 is the updated model to Bose QC15. What makes Bose QC35 stands out over Bose QC25 is the wireless capability.
EOZ Audio is a young audio start-up that is based in Barcelona, Spain.
It’s first audio product, EOZ One, is a premium wireless Bluetooth earphones. EOZ One started out as a Kickstarter project where it raised a total of €53,062 out of their initial goal of €45,000 from 554 backers.
The first being Sudio Vasa Bla which is a wireless earphones.
Apple AirPods was launched in Singapore and in 100+ countries on 13th December 2016.
It is retailing for S$238 in Singapore and the current waiting time is 6 weeks!
The Sonos BOOST is retailing for S$199 in Singapore.
It is retailing for US$99 (S$141) on Amazon and doesn’t ship to Singapore directly. Since the price difference before freight forwarding is only about S$60, it is not really worth getting it over at Amazon.
It does not ship to Singapore directly, so you have to ship it through a freight forwarder like HopShopGo.