When I bought it, it was retailing for US$13.99 (S$20), but the price has gone up by US$1 to US$14.99 ($22).
The Linksys RE7000 Max-Stream AC1900 Wi-Fi Range Extender has been available in Singapore since 1st August 2016. It is retailing for S$199.
The RE7000 is an AC1900 dual-band range extender with a Gigabit Ethernet Port and four internal antennas.
Chromecast Ultra is my third Chromecast. It retails for US$69 (S$99). It doesn’t ship to Singapore directly, so you have to go through a freight forwarder like HopShopgo.
Bougt the Amazon Echo Dot (2nd Generation) the moment it got released on 20th October 2016. It is a pretty much must buy item if you are a tech geek as it only costs US$49.99 (S$71).
I have two Amazon Echo at home. One in the Living Room and one in the Master Bed Room. I used it to controlled my water heater, lights, television and playing radio on it via TuneIn. It makes me even a lazier person. I used to switched on or off my lights manually, but now I have Alexa (Virtual Assistant of Amazon Echo) to do it for me.
The Linksys WUSB6100M Max-Stream AC600 MU-MIMO USB Adapter is the world’s first MU-MIMO enabled adapter. It was launched in Singapore on 1st August 2016 and is currently retailing for S$129.
The WUSB6100M adapter allows you to connect your PC to a wireless-AC network as well as a MU-MIMO router.
The prices stated above are the discounted price. It is not known how long those prices will last.
The price difference between Kindle Paperwhite with Special Offers and without is US$20 (S$29) on Amazon.
I would recommend getting the Kindle Paperwhite with Special Offers because that can be removed.
I have been using my Huawei Mate 9 instead of my Nexus 6P ever since I unboxed it.
The UI/UX have been very snappy. It scored 120,794 points on AnTuTu Benchmark whereas the Nexus 6P got 71,576 points. To be fair to the Nexus 6P, the phone has been out for almost a year.
If you want to get it locally from Singapore, you can get it from SG E-Reader Shop. They are selling the Kindle Paperwhite E-reader (2016) for S$209 which is pretty reasonable. Shipping is free within Singapore and it takes 2 to 3 days before reaching you via Ninja Van.
The Huawei Mate 9 comes in a square brown box printed with soy ink.
It is made in China. To be precise, it is made in Shenzhen, China.