Their 1m retails for S$6.49, 2m for S$7.79, 3m for S$10.49, 5m for S$12.79, 8m for S$19.49, 10m for S$21.99, 12m for S$32.69, 15m for S$38.39, and 20m for S$46.79. For my setup, I bought the 2m in length.
Cable Matters HDMI Cable is a 4K HDMI cable that supports HDMI 2.0b specification, and that includes 4K at 60Hz Ultra High Definition (UHD) video content, High Dynamic Range (HDR) 10 image quality and RGB 4:4:4 chroma colors.
Humixx USB-C Hub is a 4-in-1 USB-C hub that supports two USB-A 3.0 Ports, one 4K@30Hz HDMI port, and one USB-C Power Delivery (PD) charging port.
It retails for US$34.99 (S$48) on Amazon and direct shipping to Singapore is additional US$5.01 (S$7).
The HyperDrive 4K HDMI 3-in-1 USB-C Hub retails for US$49.99 (S$69) and shipping to Singapore is an additional flat fee of US$15 (S$21).
This HDMI 3-in-1 USB-C Hub is a an alternative to the Apple USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter which retails for S$98.
Bought the Apple TV 4K from iStudio at Changi Airport’s Terminal 2 when I was heading to South Korea. In Singapore, the Apple TV 4K retails for S$268 for the 32GB and S$298 for the 64GB.
Since I bought it within the airport’s departure area, I don’t have to pay the extra 7% GST, and hence the Apple TV 4K cost me S$250.47 for the 32GB.
The Apple USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter is retailing for S$98.
This adapter extends a single USB-C port and adds an additional three more ports: HDMI, USB-A (normal USB) and USB-C.
This is a USB Type-C to HDMI cable that is 3m in length and supports resolutions of up to 4K (3840 x 2160) at 60Hz.
Chromecast Ultra is my third Chromecast. It retails for US$69 (S$99). It doesn’t ship to Singapore directly, so you have to go through a freight forwarder like HopShopgo.
Pre-ordered the Apple TV (4th Generation) last Monday, 26th October 2015, and it was shipped to me on the official release date which was 30th October 2015 via DHL Express.
In Singapore, the Apple TV (4th Generation) is retailing for S$248 for the 32GB variant and S$318 for the 64GB variant. I bought the 32GB variant because I haven’t figured out if I needed so much space on a media player.
The original Chromecast was released on 24th July 2013 and has since sold over 20 million units. 2 years later, Google finally unveiled an updated Chromecast and announced it during a special event that was held on 29th September 2015.
You can call it Chromecast 2 or Chromecast (2015). I would prefer Chromecast (2015) since the product name is still called Chromecast and Google uses the slug “chromecast_2015” in its store URL to buy the Chromecast.