Bought 2 Bluelounge CableBoxes when I was in Hong Kong and did not have the chance to fully utilize it. For the past few days, I have been packing my room and tidying my cables and I just realized I need another 2 more CableBoxes, so I got 2 more from Challenger at Funan for S$49 (after member discount is S$44.10) each. I chose the black color this time round.
Challenger also does sell the Bluelounge CableBox Mini and it is cheaper, for S$34.90 (after member’s discount is S$31.41) but they have only 3 colors available which are Pink, Blue and Yellow. I needed white to match my white Huawei Optical Network Terminal (ONT) and Huawei Residential Gateway (RG). Design Museum Shop does sell all colors of CableBox Mini.
The Bluelounge CableBox is the first Bluelounge product that I bought. I bought it when I was in Hong Kong back in April 2011 for HK$288 (~S$45.67) at cityâsuper. Too bad they only have white color over there.
Yesterday was #NokiaBox Message #3. The task is unboxing of a gigantic box which contains 2 phones, the Nokia C6. I get to know the details before hand after seeing Mark’s post, Behind the Scenes #NokiaBox Unboxing at Times Square.
I met up with Simon from WOM World at Marina Bay Sands Hotel, it was my first time in the hotel itself. I was expecting the unboxing to be done at the river walk along the convention center. And I least expect the unboxing to be done at Marina Bay Sands SkyPark! I always wanted to go up but I can’t justify paying S$20 for it for non-hotel guest. Nevertheless I was surprise and happy that I can get to visit the SkyPark!
Took part in a Nokia contest organised by WOM World which involves blogger from London, New York, India and Singapore. I have no idea what is it at the moment. The only clue I get is 2 messages. All will be unfold next week! Keeping my fingers cross, hope I can win a Nokia N8!