I bought the Logitech MX Master 3 Wireless Mouse from Lazada during its Online Tech Show. The recommended retail price of the mouse is S$169. After the 8% discount by Logitech and deducting Lazada’s S$12 voucher, HSBC S$20 voucher, I ended up paying just S$123.48. Shipping is free as I shipped it to a Ninja Point.
The recommended retail price (RRP) is S$249, but usually, you can get it for S$199, so S$188 is the lowest price I have seen so far for this mouse.
The Logitech K375s Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard & Stand Combo retails for S$49. But during IT Show 2018, it was discounted to S$38.
Logitech K375s keyboard allows you to connect up to three devices. It supports Windows, Mac, Chrome OS, Android, and iOS.
After purchasing my first Logitech MX Master back in April 2017, I went ahead to buy two more Logitech MX Master mice in White and Navy when Amazon is having a sale in May 2017.
I sold the Navy and my White spoiled after nine months probably due to bad luck. My first Logitech MX Master still works perfectly in the office. Since I bought it from Amazon, there is no local warranty here in Singapore.
Apple Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad was launched back on 5th June 2017 during WWDC 2017.
It retails for S$188 and that makes it S$40 more expensive than the Apple Magic Keyboard which retails for S$148.
The mouse qualifies for the Amazon’s AmazonGlobal Saver Shipping program and hence if your order is above US$125, shipping to Singapore is free.
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.
Bought the Apple Magic Mouse 2 for S$119 because my old Magic Mouse had spoilt.
I am able to connect my old Magic Mouse to my iMac but when I move the mouse, the cursor still stays put. Tried changing batteries and even using a different Mac, both method didn’t work which makes me conclude that it is spoilt for good.
The Just Mobile Alupad is an aluminium mouse pad crafted from a slab of anodised aluminium wrapped in seamless white plastic.
It differs slightly from MacPadd Aluminium Mouse Pad because of the white plastic wrap.
The SteelSeries Rival was launched last year in October and is now retailing for S$99 in Singapore. The mouse is compatible with both PC and Mac.
The Rival is a right-handed profile mouse with injected rubber grips and a rubberised, anti-sweat coating. At the bottom of the mouse, contains the Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) material feet that gives you a consistent and optimal glide across all surface types. PTFE has one of the lowest friction against any solid.