It measures 33.02 x 20.32 x 1.27 (cm) and weighs 500g. It comes in six colors (green, grey, orange, purple, rose and turquoise) and is retailing for US$53.90 (S$71).
Western Digital My Passport Wireless is the first wireless storage from Western Digital. It was launched on the 29th October 2014 in Singapore.
There are three sizes available, 500GB, 1TB and 2TB. However in Singapore, only the 1TB and 2TB are available. The 1TB is retailing for S$299 and the 2TB is retailing for S$399.
The Creative Sound Blaster Roar carry-bag is retailing for S$19 and is only available exclusive at Creative Stores. I got mine for free as it comes along with the Creative Sound Blaster Roar that I bought at Sitex 2014.
I am not very impressed with the quality of the bag. Because it is a fabric mesh (net), there are a lot of loose threads that came off when I opened the packaging. It also feels very cheaply made. If it comes along as a free gift, then it is fine. Don’t bother paying S$19 for it. I rather you save the money and get a better alternative bag.
So I decided to get another portable speaker for my dad. Renhao recommended the Creative Sound Blaster Roar and besides him, I also read many online reviews saying the Roar is good and value for money.
I always wanted to get the thecoopidea 10.6A Power Block but just no impulse to buy it. The Coop Idea was co-founded by two friends who grew up in New Zealand who currently resides in Hong Kong.
The recommended retail price (RRP) of the thecoopidea 10.6A Power Block is S$99, however MobyShop is selling it for S$79.90. That is the cheapest I could find till I went to Sitex 2014 and saw it being sold at S$79 at Nubox booth.
Singapore’s First LEGO Certified Store was opened on Saturday, 29th November 2014, by Her Excellency, Berit Basse, the Ambassador of Denmark to Singapore.
The company managing the store is Bricks World. Bricks World is the oldest (since 2003) and largest specialist LEGO retailer in Singapore.
Tool Pen is a smart & versatile multi-tool, like holding a sleek pen. It features an unique Pop-A-Point design for bits replacement.
I backed Tool Pen on Kickstarter on the 9th July 2014 and it was funded successfully on 14th August 2014 after raising US$274,794 out of their initial goal of just US$7,000. That is 40 times the goal.
I am guessing many of you have not heard of the brand GRAMAS before. GRAMAS is a luxury accessories maker from Japan. They specialise in leather cases for iPhones and glass screen protectors. In case you are wondering, GRAMAS stands for Generous RAw MAterial Stuff.
Singapore is the first country outside of Japan to carry GRAMAS products. In Singapore, it is being distributed by Ingram Micro Asia Ltd.
Cadbury Glow is positioned by Cadbury as a premium chocolate gift, similar to Ferrero Rocher. Each of the chocolate praline is crated in Europe. The outer layer is made of milk chocolate, while the inner filling is made of dark chocolate.
The inspiration behind Cadbury Glow was sparked by the glow moment. The glow moment is a warm glow of happinesses that comes from seeing someone light up with joy when they received a special gift.
The Dell UltraSharp 27 Ultra HD 5K Monitor (UP2715K) will be available in Singapore next month (December 2014) for S$2,699.
In contrast, iMac with Retina 5K display starts at S$3,388.