The first ever Android-compatible headphones, the Image S4a, is a modification of the standard Klipsch Image S4. Equipped with a single multifunction button in addition to 8.5mm drivers, the Image S4a will set you back by S$169. Read on to see if the headphones are worth their price tag.
The success of Beats has brought about many celebrity-endorsed headphones. The latest one comes in the form of a flashy SL300 - an over-ear, closed-back headphones with active noise cancelling. We find out if it is worth its S$599 price tag.
As its name implies, the Sonos Play:3 comes with three drivers each powered by a dedicated Class-D amplifier, and enables streaming from your music library, music services, and radio stations. Read on to find out if this compact wireless music system delivers.
Engineered to showcase the raw power of the Thunderbolt technology, does the Pegasus R6 6-bay multi-drive DAS solution really justify its price tag of S$2,029? Read on to find out.
Armed with 30mm drivers, the Asus CineVibe Rumble Feedback USB Gaming Headset is described by ASUS as having "optimal bass vibration" along with "breathable and antiseptic Japan-made protein ear cushions". Find out if it lives up to its claims.
Encased in a sleek black frame with silver accents, the N750 includes two USB slots for printers or external drives. How will this one match up against its competitors of the same class? We find out.
Plugging directly into the power supply socket to operate, the WL556E comes with security support for WEP, WPA, and WPA2 protocols. But, will it really extend network coverage as touted? Read on to find out.
Powered by a dual-core Intel Atom processor running at 1.8GHz, the TS-459 Pro II comes with 1GB of memory as standard. How will this one stack up against other network storage boxes? We find out.
Like any other compact wireless router in the market, the Vertix PR1 is built to share your internet connection with all your devices concurrently while traveling. How will this one stack up? We check it out.
The AOC i2353Ph 53-X series monitor comes equipped with a 23-inch screen size, an ultra high contrast ratio of 50,000,000:1 (DCR), and several power saving features. We test it out to see if it can deliver for its asking price.