Before getting an Omnidesk, I was using a S$60 table purchased from Taobao, which surprisingly valued for money since I used it without any issues for three years. One of the major factors that spurred me into looking at a height-adjustable table was to have a better posture as I have to be in front of my monitors for an extended period. This is especially critical in this COVID-19 pandemic since I have to work from home (WFH) for the rest of this year.
Omnidesk was my top pick, as I have heard excellent reviews from my peers that are currently using it. Initially, I was guessing that Omnidesk actually OEM their table and insert their brand name on it, but after clarification with Omnidesk, it turns out that they do not OEM their tables. Omnidesk designs the specifications of their desks while working with a reputable manufacturer to ensure that these desks are built according to the required specifications right down to the wire. This was a major plus point to me as I am not just paying for the brand name of Omnidesk but also the design, quality, and R&D of the desks.
TP-Link Tapo C200 is a pan/tilt home security wi-fi camera that retails for S$75. It comes with three years local warranty, probably the only wi-fi camera in the market that comes with a three-year warranty.
Tapo is TP-Link’s sub-brand for its smart home devices.
Huawei P30 Pro was launched in Singapore back on the 6th April 2019. As of today, there are four colors available for the P30 Pro, Amber Sunrise, Breathing Crystal, Aurora, and Black.
Two storage capacities are available for the P30 Pro, 256 GB, and 512 GB. The 256 GB retails for S$1,398 while the 512 GB retails for S$1,698. You can get both models on the official Huawei store on Lazada.