Circles.Life $18 for 40GB promo (by 31 Jan)

if you missed Circles.Life December offer for “Free Unlimited Data 12 Months + Registration Discount”, fret not. They have extended the plan till end of January 2020 so those of you who regret, you can use up now! What’s the deal? Unlimited data? Really unlimited data for just S$18? Nope. “Unlimited” data in Circles.Life’s eyes is an additional 20GB of data. A bit sneaky in … Continue reading Circles.Life $18 for 40GB promo (by 31 Jan)

Review: Sonos One Smart Speaker (Gen 2)

I have never owned a Sonos speaker but have always heard good things about their speakers. But I didn’t really make a move towards WiFi speakers since my current Bluetooth ones were serving me well. But that was until the Sonos One came with the support of Google Assistant. TC Acoustic was very kind to send over one unit of their Sonos One smart speaker … Continue reading Review: Sonos One Smart Speaker (Gen 2)

Review: Plantronics BackBeat Fit 3150

I have reviewed many brands of truly wireless earbuds and all of them are in-ear passive noise cancelling type of earbuds. This time, I’ve got one that isn’t the usual in-ear passive noise cancelling, but instead prides itself to be Always Aware, letting in the outside environment. With eartips shaped like the AirPods, Plantronics designed one meant for active individuals, calling it the Backbeat Fit … Continue reading Review: Plantronics BackBeat Fit 3150

NuType: The Mechanical Keyboard for your MacBook Pro

Recently I stumbled upon a mechanical keyboard on Kickstarter called NuType F1. What made me impressed about NuType F1 is that it is slim and small unlike other mechanical keyboards. It uses short travel Kaihua choc switches, providing you with faster and more accurate typing experience. The unique part of this laptop is that it seamlessly integrates with your devices through a slot at the bottom, giving … Continue reading NuType: The Mechanical Keyboard for your MacBook Pro

Review: Klipsch S1 True Wireless

Klipsch debuted the T5 True Wireless a few months back. It rocked a modern high quality charging case, with an elegantly designed earbuds and a nice neutral sound signature that had highly detailed mids. But users who are more accustomed to an energetic sound signature wished that the T5 had more boom and brighter highs. Also, the T5 wasn’t built for exercise use. And hence, … Continue reading Review: Klipsch S1 True Wireless

APOL launches new Sphinx chair

On the first look, it looks like the Kraken. But it’s not! It’s the new Sphinx which APOL says is carefully designed after many requests by our supporters for a chair that suits the petite size. There are some key differences: Upholstery used is fabric only. No PU leather option available on the Sphinx The seat base is levelled compared two the Kraken which has … Continue reading APOL launches new Sphinx chair

ASUS Singapore Launches the First Exclusive Store at Bugis Junction

Give me a summary ASUS today officially opens its first ever exclusive store at Bugis Junction. The ASUS Exclusive Store is a 3,000 square feet concept space designed with its customers in mind. Offering a unique online-to-offline retail experience, the store aims to address customers’ increasing needs for comfort and personalised service. It is designed to offer customers’ a new level of personalised service and … Continue reading ASUS Singapore Launches the First Exclusive Store at Bugis Junction

Review: JBL Reflect Flow

JBL makes quality speakers with their signature bass boosted sound. When I tried their first truly wireless earbud, Tune 120TWS, they sounded pretty good but the bass just left me wanting more. Also they were more for casual use and not for active individuals who put their earbuds and speakers through their sweaty workouts. The JBL Reflect Flow steps in to fill that demand. Retailing … Continue reading Review: JBL Reflect Flow