March sees tech zooming in on the needs of our new normal. This month’s stunning offering focuses on optimising our efficiency with cutting-edge innovation – appealing to the future-minded consumer in each of us!
HP’s Virtual Showroom
You’d often hear someone wanting to buy a laptop and getting told “eh, wait for PC Fair”. But PC Fairs were one of the things we had to wave goodbye to during the COVID-19 pandemic. Gone for now is that feeling of security we get when seeing and feeling our expensive tech before taking the plunge and purchasing it.
HP’s Virtual Showroom addresses this concern, bringing us their PC and Print products in a virtual apartment, with six themed experience rooms that focus on gaming and productivity, among other things. Should you want to purchase a product, you’ll be directed to the HP Store at Lazada.
Logitech and League of Legends Drop K/DA Gear
Virtual music group K/DA has been all the rage even to audiences who don’t play League of Legends. So imagine the joy of a gamer when it was announced that Logitech would be releasing licensed League of Legends K/DA themed gear.
The dazzling blue-white products available are: Logitech G733 K/DA LIGHTSPEED Wireless Headset, Logitech G333 K/DA Earphones, Logitech G502 HERO K/DA Mouse, Logitech G304 K/DA LIGHTSPEED Wireless Mouse, Logitech G PRO K/DA Mechanical Keyboard, Logitech G840 K/DA mouse pad. Each item comes decked with its own features, and buying them all would be enough to skin your entire workspace with K/DA!
Check the stylish gear out on the Logitech website.
LG’s Gram Laptops as Light as 999 grams
Having a portable laptop can enhance your productivity by folds. The new LG gram laptops come in stylish new designs and with a 16:10 aspect ratio screen cut out for both entertainment and productivity. The lineup features five new models: LG gram 17 (model 17Z90P), LG gram 16 (model 16Z90P), LG gram 14 (model 14Z90P), LG gram 2-in-1 14 (model 14T90P).
These latest versions are geared for productivity, able to show more information on the screen at one time, and holding an enlarged touchpad. The colour range has also been expanded, with the options of white, black, silver and green outer shells.
The LG gram laptops can be purchased on the LG online store. Prices begin at $1,899.
The World’s Smallest Action Camera: Insta360
Insta360’s new Go 2 weighs just 27 grams. That’s as heavy as three safety pins. The 1440p action camera can be used for up to 150 minutes with a single charge, and comes with a snap recharging case (1,100mAh) which can recharge the camera in 30 minutes. The camera can take an “Ultra Wide” view of 120 degrees, and can operate up to four metres underwater.
The Go 2’s case doubles up as a remote, a tripod, a handheld grip for shooting selfies, and a 1/4 mounting point that you can attach a selfie stick to. The GO 2 also has a built-in magnet, that you can pair with the Magnet Pendant.
Purchase the product online on the Insta360 store for $338.
Huawei Watch Fit for Life on the Go
The Huawei Watch Fit saw a limited-time offer for its lightweight watch in the pleasant colours of Sakura Pink, Mint Green, and Graphite Black. You can pick from 130 different watch face styles and customise the face to meet your needs.
The watch also holds intelligent technology and smart features, with 12 animated fitness courses, 12 professional workout modes, and 96 free workout modes. You can also track your heart rate, sleep quality, stress levels, and menstrual cycle, among other things.
You have till 31 March to get your hands on one at the discounted price of $128 (U.P. S$148) at all Huawei Experience Stores, or at Lazada.
LG’s Tone Free FN7 Earbuds
It’s just you and your music with the LG Tone Free FN7 earbuds. The earbuds pack a multitude of effective features within a very sleek design. Active Noise Cancellation lets you block your surroundings out without turning the volume up too high. But when you need to keep track of what’s happening around, simply switch to the Ambient Noise Mode.
The FN7’s spiral ear gel design can guarantee a fit that can ease worries of the buds randomly falling out of your ears. The case for these buds come with a bacteria-killing solution that kills 99.9% of E. Coli & S. aureus bacteria on the speaker mesh of the earbuds within just 10 minutes of charging. Pair your buds with the LG Tone Free app that offers plentiful customisation.
The LG Tone Free FN7 Earbuds are available in black and white for $298, and can be purchased from LG’s flagship store at Lazada, or at major retailers.
Linksys’ Velop MX4200 mesh router: launching exclusively with StarHub
The Velop MX4200 is a tri-band AX4200-class router that features a 1.4GHz quad-core processor, delivering speeds of up to 600Mbps on its 2.4GHz, along with 1,200Mbps and 2,400Mbps speeds for its two 5GHz networks.
Where ports are concerned, the Velop MX4200 has one USB 3.0 port, one Gigabit Ethernet WAN port, and three Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports. The router can form mesh networks, and is available only with StarHub’s Smart WiFi Pro offering.
If you’re a StarHub user, you can purchase this for a one-time fee of $288, or at $12 a month for 24 months.
Xiaomi Note 10 Enters Singapore Markets
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 series is here! These entry-level phones comes with four models, including the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10, Redmi Note 10S, Redmi Note 10 5G, and the Redmi Note 10 Pro. But in Singapore, we’re only getting the Redmi Note 10 and Redmi Note 10 Pro.
The Redmi Note 10 has 6.43-inch AMOLED DotDisplay with FHD+ resolution, 20:9 aspect ratio, and dual speakers. The phone’s processor is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 678 chipset. The phone has got a quad rear camera configuration led by a 48MP main lens, water resistance, and a battery capacity of 5,000mAh. Sadly, the phone lacks an NFC feature.
The Redmi Note 10 comes in Onyx Gray, Pebble White, and Lake Green, and the Redmi Note 10 Pro comes in Onyx Gray, Glacier Blue, and Gradient Bronze colours.
Buy the Redmi Note 10 and the Redmi Note 10 Pro on Lazada or at Authorised Mi Stores, from $269.
Sharp’s Aquos TVs Getting Bigger and Bolder
Never quite been a Samsung person? Sharp’s Aquos TVs are now going large, with two 65-inch and 80-inch Big Aquos models. Besides a larger screen, the TVs also feature Sharp’s new display technology, the Deep Chroma Display.
These Android TVs feature UHD 4K HDR10 with Direct LED backlighting, and are capable of upconverting content to 4K from standard definition and high definition. There are three HDMI ports, USB, LAN, headphone jack, service pin jack, and an AV-in port. They’re also hardy and come with seven layers of endurance.
The 4T-C80CL1X and the 4T-C65CK1X are available now at S$9,999 and S$3,499 respectively. Buy them at Sharp.com.
OKI’s Smallest A4 LED printer – C650
OKI’s C650 is the world’s smallest high-performance A4 printer, in colour! The C650 is designed for businesses with space and cost constraints, and the printer is targeted at retail, hospitality, healthcare, education and construction sectors. Created using Space Saving Technology, everything you need to reach will be on the front of the C650.
The C650 can print 35 pages per minute, on paper as thin as 60gsm, and up to 256gsm, in B8 to A4 sizes. The printer can also print banners up to 1.32m in length. The OKI C650 weights 24 kilograms.
If you’re looking at getting this for the office, contact OKI dealers for more purchase details. The OKI C650 costs $1,170.