For those unaware, Hachi.tech is currently having an “Everything Must Go!” clearance sale. This sale covers all sorts of products, from notebooks and desktops, smartphones, and mobile accessories to printers, wearables, audio gear, and even wellness products. But you better hurry, as the sale ends this Sunday, June 25.
At the same time, Hachi is also discounting (up to 40% off!) several Samsung accessories that are exclusive to its online store. In fact, we’d wager that you’ve never heard of some of these Samsung products before.
Without further ado, here are eight items that caught our attention.
The Logitech G430 is a surround sound gaming headset that supports both Dolby and DTS Headphone:X surround sound modes. Audio controls are built into the 2.3m meter cable, so you can adjust the volume or mute the audio in a pinch. There’s also a foldable mic that you can tuck away when it’s not needed. A good and comfortable fit is ensured thanks to its rotating ear cups and the soft cloth covers wrap them, the latter of which can even be removed and washed. Normally going for S$125, you can now pick one up for S$69.
Backed by thousands on Kickstarter, the Ticwatch 2 is a smart-looking smartwatch with a round 1.4-inch OLED display (44mm case, 20mm band for watch fans asking). Rated IP65 for water resistance, it supports music playback, monitors your heart rate, and does GPS tracking. You can interact with it through touch, voice, gesture, and something called “Tickle”, which lets you do things like zooming in on maps without covering the screen. Running Ticwear OS with an easy-to-read notification system, the Ticwatch 2 packs a 300mAh battery for up to two days of mixed use. The Snow and Charcoal models (silver aluminum frame/white silicone band and black frame/black band respectively) normally go for S$359 each, but you can now pick either one up from Hachi at S$299.
Need tons of storage for your 4K videos? Or looking to consolidate all your files from multiple smaller drives into one big external one? The 6TB WD My Book desktop hard drive might be what you’re looking for. The external USB 3.0 storage is compatible Apple’s Time Machine backup function, and for Windows users, WD is thoughtful enough to throw in its own WD backup tool. For the security conscious, the drive also supports 256-bit AES hardware encryption with the WD Security software, allowing you to set a password to safeguard your content. Normally priced at S$469, you can now pick up this spacious drive for S$379.
Sporting a 5.5-inch full HD AMOLED screen, the Oppo R9s also packs a Snapdragon 625 octa-core processor with 4GB RAM and 64GB flash storage under the hood. Another highlight is its rear camera, which uses a 16MP Sony sensor for good low light performance. Getting the shot is easier too, thanks to faster autofocus enabled by the camera’s dual phase detection AF tech. The front-facing camera isn’t ignored either: that’s also a 16MP shooter with an F2.0 aperture, with a Beautify mode that makes selfies look better. And since this is an Oppo phone, you also get VOOC Flash Charge, which gives you two hours of talk time with just a five-minute charge. Normally priced at S$679, you can now get the Oppo R9s in black for S$599 from Hachi.
The ASUS ZenBook 3 probably needs no further introduction. Sporting a 12.5-inch full HD display, an Intel Core i7–7500U CPU with 16GB RAM and 512GB PCIe SSD, this is simply one heck of a stylish, light (910g!), and powerful laptop. Other noteworthy features include a built-in fingerprint sensor for easy sign-ins to Windows, a full-size backlit keyboard, a 40Wh battery for up to nine hours of battery life, and support for USB-C. Hachi is now selling the Royal Blue model for S$2,298, down from the usual S$2,598.
In a nutshell, the Dell Inspiron 13 5000 series is designed for those looking for a sleek 2-in–1 laptop. The Inspiron 13 (5378) model we’ve here sports an Intel Core i7–7500U processor, 8GB DDR4 RAM, and a 256GB SSD. Its 13.3-inch 1080p screen supports touch, and since it’s a 360-degree hinge, you can easily flip the keyboard out of the way and use it in tablet mode. Tipping the scales at 1.7kg, it has no lack of connectivity options, which include HDMI, USB 2.0/3.0, and even an SD card reader. Normally priced at S$1,699, you can pick one up now for S$1,399.
Encased in a pastel blue enclosure, the Samsung Kettle (10.2A) is a 10,200mAh battery pack with two USB output ports. To stand out, it sports some interesting designs not found on most power banks, such as an attached wrist strap, a bundled USB cable that can double as a stand for your device, and a flashy LED indicator at the side for battery status. It also features this “Kettle” design (hence the name), which allows you to attach other things to it, like the Light Head. The latter is simply a USB LED light with a brightness of 57 lumens and produces a warm color temperature (3,900K). Normally going for S$106, you can pick up the combo for S$78 now from Hachi.
Shaped somewhat like a water bottle, the Samsung Wireless Speaker Bottle Design is a Bluetooth speaker that also works with non-Bluetooth devices through its 3.5mm auxiliary port. With a 16-million-color LED lighting unit fitted into its top half, it can act as a light stand too, with plenty of customization options that you can set in the Lux manager app. (To fit the bottle theme, you can also do a water-pouring motion to adjust its brightness or shake the speaker to change the color scheme.) When the battery is depleted (it lasts for eight hours as a speaker or light; four if both sound and light are turned on), you can place it on the Wireless Charger Tray Design to charge it wirelessly. This Qi wireless charger is a dual charger too, which means in addition to the speaker, it has space for charging another Qi-enabled device. If you’re interested, Hachi is now selling the speaker + charger combo for S$148, down from the usual S$196.