Event Coverage

CEF 2016 highlights

By Team HardwareZone - 20 Nov 2016

Computing Accessories & Storage

Computing Accessories & Storage



The Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum wireless 7.1 gaming headset was launched exclusively in Singapore late last year. The headset is extremely versatile as it will work with a myriad of systems, including PCs, mobile devices, and consoles. It features a mix adapter and two analog inputs that can connect and mix sound from up to three devices. It’s priced at $239.

The Logitech K480 Bluetooth keyboard promises to meet your mobile typing needs, regardless of whether you're using an iOS, Android or Windows device. Its integrated dock allows you to slot your tablet or smartphone onto the keyboard and type as you would on a laptop. You can get it for $55 now at CEF 2016.

The Logitech Orion Spark is a mechanical keyboard that features custom Romer G keys, its customizable colors and the Arx Dock makes it ideal for a gaming. It’s priced at $209 (UP: $249).



The Razer BlackWidow X Chroma is Razer’s newest mechanical keyboard and is basically a stripped down version of its existing BlackWidow Chroma. As a show special, it's retailing at $189.90

Check out our review of the Razer BlackWidow X Chroma!

A classis 10 years in the making, the Razor Diamondback gaming mouse is back! Actually, the updated classic was launched last year, and features a 16,000 DPI 5G laser sensor, device’s side rails and scroll wheel now come with Chroma lighting. It retains its long, slim ambidextrous form factor, with two programmable side buttons on both sides of the mouse. Rubber grips have also been added to the sides, which mean a better grip and less build-up of dirt and grime. Walk home with this classic beauty for only $69.90.



Speaking of classics, it has been almost half a decade since the Microsoft Arc Touch was launched. You can still buy it at $75 in its new package (updated Microsoft logo, circa 2012), or for $10 more, you can upgrade to the Arc Touch Bluetooth ($85).



Announced in May this year, the Samsung EVO Plus 256GB microSD card can be yours for $199. It makes use of 48-layer 3D TLC V-NAND instead of the usual planar NAND. The card is classified as a UHS-1 Class 10, and offers up to 95MB/s and 90MB/s of sequential read and write speeds respectively. As a show special, each purchase comes with a free selfie stick!

Looking for a portable SSD storage device, you may consider The Samsung Portable SSD T3 series are available in 250GB, 500GB, 1TB and 2TB capacities; they are priced at $199, $309, $579 and $1,209 respectively. Each purchase comes with a free Samsung power bank (worth $108).

Priced from $6.90 to $64, the Samsung EVO microSD cards are easy on the pocket. Each card comes with a SD card adapter for more flexible usage.



The SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick allows you to save and access photos, videos and other files from your Wi-Fi enabled devices. It also supports simultaneously streaming of up to three HD videos and music to and from mobile devices. Its built-in battery is able to support a single stream for up to 4.5 hours on a single charge! The 128GB version is on sale now for $112. The 32GB version is priced at $42, and the 64GB version, at $60. We noticed that these drives are about 30- to almost 40% cheaper than their prices a year ago!

The SanDisk Extreme PRO USB 3.0 Flash Drive has a capacity of 128GB and it supports USB 3.0, enabling you to transfer photos, movies, and other files up to 60 times faster than standard USB 2.0 drives! Its durable aluminum metal casing protects drive from wear and tear and it’s priced at a premium of $137 (UP: $160).



The Toshiba Canvio Connect II comes in four colors with prices beginning at $85 (U.P. $109) for the 1TB drive. The 2TB model is priced at $129 (U.P. $169); however, the 3TB version isn’t on sale at the show. The drives come with a free carry pouch, and ship with Pogoplug personal cloud software, offering 10GB of online storage capacity.

The Toshiba Canvio Alumy portable drive comes in five differents colors; red, blue, white and gold. The portable 1TB HDD retails at $89 (UP: $119), while the 2TB versions is priced at $149 (UP: $179)and it comes with a free carrying pouch to protect your drive from any scratches.



The WD My Passport portable HDDs have been given a new look, and they come in six exciting colors. They are available in the following storage capacities; 1TB ($99, UP: $149), 2TB ($159, UP: $239), and 4TB ($249, UP: $299). Each drive is back by a 2-year limited warranty, and is bundled with a free carrying pouch.

The WD My Passport Wireless Pro is a wireless portable drive that boasts of a long-lasting, rechargeable battery. It comes in two capacities, 2TB ($349, UP: $399), and 3TB ($449, UP:$499). The drive also has a built-in SD card slot, and a free 1-year Kroll Ontrack data recovery service is offered with each purchase.

The WD My Book Duo is a 2-bay NAS device and its pair of drives can be configured in RAID 0, RAID 1 or JBOD modes. The NAS device offers up to 16TB of storage at $999. Each purchase entitles you to Takashimaya shopping vouchers too, just in time for the festive season!

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