The official RRP for Roborock S7 is S$799. But during 11/11, there was a flash sale where the price dropped to S$699.90. After deducting all the vouchers, I got the price lowered to S$598.47.
I am still a novice when it comes to photography. So for all my products shots, they are being taken by my Canon PowerShot S95 point and shoot camera. The S95 has been with me for more than 11 years. Both the battery and the LCD screen started to show signs of aging. So I decided to retire it.
I then switch to my Sony NEX-3N which I bought seven years ago in 2014. However, the moment I turned it on after being left untouched for a few years (I stored it with the battery removed), the LCD screen showed multiple red lines. I mean, it is still usable, but it isn’t very pleasant to use it. I might also retire it eventually.
After much procrastination since 2017, I finally decided to get the Nintendo Switch (OLED Model) after Li Xiang approves the purchase.
The RRP for Nintendo Switch (OLED Model) in Singapore is S$549 and is being distributed by Maxsoft. However, during 11/11 Singles’ Day, I managed to get it for S$481.85.
My Apple Watch Series 3 (42mm Space Black Stainless Steel Case With Space Black Milanese Loop) is approaching its end of life soon as it passes the four-year mark. I expected Apple to discontinue the Apple Watch Series 3 this year (2021), but it lives to die another year.
If you are on the non-cellular Apple Watch Series 3, you will run into problems upgrading WatchOS because there is only 4GB of storage. Luckily, I am on cellular, and it comes with 8GB of storage, so I do not have this problem.
This is the second Ugreen 100W charger after the Ugreen 4-Port PD 100W Charger.
Ugreen Magnetic Wireless Charger is Ugreen’s take on creating a MagSafe compatible wireless charger.
They are selling it for S$33.59 on Lazada or Shopee, and of course, it will be cheaper during Lazada’s monthly double-digit sale day. In comparison, Apple’s MagSafe charger retails for S$58, making it almost twice as expensive.
My pledge level was the Super Early Bird. So I paid US$18 (S$25), and shipping to Singapore is an additional US$5 (S$7).
These are double-shot PBT cherry profile keycaps. On the other hand, the Keychron Q1 comes with double-shot ABS OEM profile keycaps.
After getting my Keychron K7, it got me interested in the world of Keyboard modding. So happen that my brother also got interested and he bought for himself and me the Keychron Q1 (USD$169 / S$229) together with the Keychron Keyboard Wooden Palm Rest (USD$25 / S$34).
I chose the Fully Assembled Carbon Black Base with Gateron Phantom Blue switches. Fully assembled because it is just US$20 difference, and I don’t have any existing switches that I can use.
The weather has been warm these days, with temperatures reaching more than 30°C at night.
Thanks to Synced for sending me the perfect gadget, Torras Coolify Portable Air Conditioner, for review during these warm days.