I was seeded with two Daniel Wellington watches but I decided to let Li Xiang have it because I already own an Apple Watch and Moto 360 (Second Generation) and hence I don’t foresee myself wearing the watches.
When the television was launched in April 2015, the price was S$3,699 but now it dropped to S$2,949. For the fortune sale, there is a 8% discount (capped at S$200) and hence the final price of the television is S$2,749. It comes with a free Samsung 320W 2.1 Ch Soundbar (J551) worth S$549 and I paid extra S$50 for the wall mount.
I backed the Dash microSD and SD Card Reader on Kickstarter on 16th November 2015. The project was funded on 1st December 2015 after raising a total of US$11,492 out of their initial goal of US$10,000 from 717 backers.
I chose the US$22 reward level and shipping to Singapore cost another US$3 (despite it stating US$2). So in total, I paid US$25 (S$36).
In 2016, Samsung Pay will start global expansion beginning with China in March, followed by Australia, Brazil, Singapore, Spain and the U.K. later in the year. Additionally, Canada will be added to the new launch roadmap. Samsung Pay is currently available on select Galaxy devices including S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+, Note5 as well as premium and mid-range options such as the 2016 models of both Galaxy A5 and A7.
Li Xiang has been drawing a lot on the free FiftyThree’s Paper iOS app lately. That is because she is designing for our new house which is going to start renovation after Lunar New Year (8th February 2016).
I knew about the FiftyThree Pencil when it was launched back in November 2013. I figured that Pencil should work very well with Paper, much better than a normal stylus.