Obsessed with technology?
Subscribe to the latest tech news as well as exciting promotions from us and our partners!
By subscribing, you indicate that you have read & understood the SPH's Privacy Policy and PDPA Statement.
Event Coverage

CEE 2019 highlights

By Team HardwareZone - 25 May 2019

Gaming & Accessories

Sony PlayStation 4

The cheapest PlayStation 4 Pro bundle that you can get at CEE 2019 goes is the HITS Bundle. This goes for $449 and comes with a selection of three games.



The Armaggeddon Scorpion 7 gaming mouse comes with customizable RGB lights and a custom optical gaming sensor. It's retailing at a special show price of $12.90 (U.P $19.90).



The HP Omen Keyboard 1100 is a mechanical device that's designed for high-caliber gamers. It features Blue mechanical switches and it's going for only $79 (U.P $189).



Get Logitech's Ultimate Battle Royale Game Pack for only $169. It comprises the Logitech G502 Hero mouse , the G240 Cloth gaming mouse pad, and the G430 Gaming headphones. Such a bundle usually costs $283!



The Razer DeathAdder Elite an updated version of Razer's best mouse with a new Pixart PMW3389 sensor. This sensor is Razer's custom version of Pixart's popular PMW3360, which is typically regarded as the best sensor on the market. The Elite version of the DeathAdder also has an upgraded scroll wheel with tactile bumps, and additional DPI buttons on the top of the mouse itself. It normally retails for $109.90, but it's selling for $79.90 at the show



The Omnidesk Pro needs no introduction by now, and it starts from $680, with options for table top size and material of your choice. There's even a new Eco Bamboo series for the table top that costs $129 (U.P $189) that's on pre-order.



The Secretlab Omega Stealth 2020 is fit for a king and it retails for $499, which is a small price to pay considering the amount of R&D the company has put into this latest product!

The Secretlab Omega Napa is one of Secretlab's most luxurious chairs and features premium napa leather available in Wine Red (pictured) and Navy Blue. It's going for $1,229.



The Vertagear PL6000 is designed for comfort with its extra padding and lumbar support and it's available in 7 different colors. This Plus Line series is ideal for gamers who prefer wide seats. It's going for $419 (U.P $599.99) at the show!

The Vertagear SL5000 is built to resemble a racing car seat. Its high backrest is designed to provide better neck and shoulder support. It's retailing at a discounted price of $367 (U.P $489.99).

Join HWZ's Telegram channel here and catch all the latest tech news!
Our articles may contain affiliate links. If you buy through these links, we may earn a small commission.