TGIF! Here are a handful of new deals to help you wrap up the week (and month). Trust us, shopping is one of the best ways to de-stress.
Thermaltake has unveiled its Toughpower SFX Gold series PSUs, a new line of SFX PSUs targeted at small form factor systems. Both 450 watt and 600 watt units are available, and the latter will even power systems with the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080.
DBS Bank partners with Amazon for its cloud technology, and Amazon Web Services will be used to augment the bank’s existing operations in the near future.
A better router that covers the entire house, a way to show your love for Marvel while traveling, and Xiaomi’s first notebook. Plus, all the big news you missed this week.
Available from now through September 2016, M1’s Brazil Data Passport will be at S$10/month, allowing subscribers who attend 2016 Olympics to use their local data allotment as roaming data.
Thermaltake has launched the Riing LED RGB radiator fans, its first digital radiator fans that can be controlled with software. You can choose between static or RGB color cycles, control the fan speeds, and even set up custom fan profiles.
Secretlab has announced a new amber orange color for its Omega gaming chairs. The chair is available for pre-order starting today.
Fancy having a charging cable that can plug the same end into iOS and Android devices? The ROMOSS RoLink Hybrid Cable does exactly that.
3M is celebrating its 50th year in Singapore and showed us around some if their newest products, including a way to cool electronics in liquid, a film that breaks strong odors down into water and CO2.
StarHub’s latest collaboration with Nokia made 150Mbps upload speeds on StarHub’s 4G network possible – that’s three times of the current peak upload speed. Jump in to see how and when it’ll be official.