Shipping is free worldwide mostly via DHL. If you are in Japan, it is via via FedEx. If you are in the Middle East and India, shipping is via ARMX. For China and Russia, it is via EMS.
Yubico FIDO U2F Security Key is a USB device that uses the FIDO U2F protocol. It will work with websites that support the FIDO U2F protocol like Facebook, Google, Google Apps, GitHub, BitBucket, and Dropbox.
FIDO Alliance, or just FIDO, in short, is an open authentication industry consortium.
The product name has been changed to be more accurate to cater for more Igloohome products like Igloohome Smart Keybox and Igloohome Smart Mortise Lock (coming soon).
Beseye is a Taiwanese company that does home cameras and cloud services.
Its first product is Beseye Pro. Beseye Pro is a wi-fi monitoring camera that has won the reddot award 2015 because of its smooth design and clever magnetic mounting.
EOZ Audio is a young audio start-up that is based in Barcelona, Spain.
It’s first audio product, EOZ One, is a premium wireless Bluetooth earphones. EOZ One started out as a Kickstarter project where it raised a total of €53,062 out of their initial goal of €45,000 from 554 backers.
Synology Router RT2600ac was officially launched in Singapore on the 12th January 2017. It is retailing for S$365.
The RT2600ac is Synology second router. The first being the RT1900ac.
I have been using the iOttie Easy One Touch 2 for more than two years and I am a very happy user of the product because it just works.
The mount is stable and is able to withstand the heat in Singapore. Despite being in the car for more than two years, the suction cup still holds on to the mount. And of course, it fits the iPhone 6/6s/7 Plus perfectly.
It was shipped to backers in May 2015.
The Transcend TLC 480GB 2.5-Inch SATA III Internal SSD (TS480GSSD220S) was Amazon Gold Box Deal of the day on 29th December 2016.
Its usual retail price is US$126.99 (S$185), but for the Gold Box Deal, it was retailing for US$86.99 (S$127) with free shipping to Singapore if your order qualifies for the AmazonGlobal Saver program.
I did not back it on Kickstarter because, at that time, I am not really interested in card games.