Logitech Gaming Products Giveaway Starting From August 2012

Logitech Gaming Products Giveaway Starting From August 2012
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Just a heads up, starting from August 2012, I will be giving away a Logitech Gaming Product via a Twitter contest every month for the next 3 months, totalling S$620, so watch for it. The contests will be open to all my readers based in Singapore only (sorry about that).

These 3 Logitech products are (not in any particular order):

Twelve South MagicWand

Twelve South MagicWand
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Li Xiang got for me 2 presents this year and a short trip to Malaysia for my birthday! The Twelve South MagicWand (Apple Store – Singapore link) which cost S$45 is my first present and the Twelve South BookArc (Apple Store – Singapore link) which cost S$65 is the second present!

The Twelve South MagicWand is essentially a holder which holds the Apple Wireless Keyboard and Apple Magic Trackpad together.

Apple Wireless Keyboard

Apple Wireless Keyboard
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I love my Dell 2408WFP Monitor because it has not 1 but 2 DVI ports! This allows me to connect to my Windows desktop as well as to my MacBook Pro without physically switching the DVI cables from my monitor.

As I have been using Mac a lot during office hours, I wanted the same setup I have in my office at home which is 1 external monitor and dual screen it with my MacBook Pro. In order not to clutter my desk with too many items, I bought the Apple Wireless Keyboard for S$98 and together with my Apple Magic Mouse paired using bluetooth to my MacBook Pro, I am able to have both Mac and Windows environment with just a single monitor but having 2 separate sets of keyboard and mouse.

Apple iMac 21.5″ (Late 2009)

Apple iMac 21.5″ (Late 2009)
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Ordered a 21.5″ iMac (3.06GHz) for my dad to replace his old computer (which is also my previous desktop computer). Actually suppose to order 2 sets. One for my Dad to put it at home and the other for my mom to replace her old Fujitsu laptop in the office. However, my mom got some doubts about the Mac OS X and software compatibility issues and hence ended up getting 1 set for my dad first. In the mean time she can play around with it at home before making a final decision.

Since I am still technically a student, I made use of the Education Store and hence it is cheaper by S$100. The iMac cost S$1,688. I also topped up another S$218 for Apple Care so that the warranty will get extended by another 2 years.