It was my first visit to South Korea, and I have no idea what to buy there. I heard from my friends that guys have not much stuff to buy from South Korea.
One of the lifehacks that my friend Chee Aun taught me was to go to Airfrov and see what people are requesting to buy from other countries. For the unaware, Airfrov is a platform to get travelers to bring back overseas products.
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 first product that I got is the V-MODA Forza Metallo Wireless Earphones which retails in Singapore for S$289.
This is the second part of my Homey Review. Do check out the first part, Homey Review – Unboxing & Setup, if you have not done so.
Homey Desktop App
Homey Desktop app is a beautiful designed app. In my opinion, it has the best UI/UX for a smart home device.
Finally, Google Pixel 2 XL will be available in Singapore from 15th November 2017. It is exclusive to Singtel. The smaller brother, Google Pixel 2, will not be available.
Register of interest for the Google Pixel 2 XL has started for Singtel, and you can do it here here.
The Linksys EA9300 Max-Stream AC4000 Tri-Band Router was launched in August 2017 and is currently retailing for S$399.
The EA9300 is not the highest end router from Linksys, that title still belongs to EA9500.
I have been using the original Keysmart since I got it back in March 2017. The idea of organized keys is not new, but KeySmart nailed the execution.
As I was impressed by it, I even bought Li Xiang a Black KeySmart after using mine for a month.