Hongzuo’s top mobile, audio, and gaming deals at CEE 2023
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6. Garmin Instinct Crossover
The Garmin Instinct Crossover is a hybrid GPS smartwatch which combines your classic, analogue watch experience with essential smartwatch functionalities, on top of Garmin’s famed rugged watch durability into one capable wrist accessory.
The base model pictured here has one month of battery life in smartwatch mode and 111 hours in Max Battery GPS mode. It’s also rated at MIL-STD-810 durability, and 10ATM water resistance. Besides its GLONASS/Galileo GPS system, smartwatch features include Garmin Pay, heart-rate tracking, sleep scoring, and smart notifications.
Originally at S$769, the Garmin Instinct Crossover is now going at S$609. If you’re lucky enough to be one of the first 60 buyers per day, Garmin’s throwing in a choice between a free ceramic mug or a free exercise mat, depending on your preference. Find them at Level 3, Booth 318.
7. Google Pixel 7a
The Google Pixel 7a may be Google’s midrange alternative to its flagship Pixel 7 and 7 Pro, but it’s no slouch in any shape or form. You’re still getting the same Google Tensor G2 chipset, 90Hz refresh rate for its display, and most of Google’s software perks like Magic Eraser and Photo Unblur.
If you purchase the Google Pixel 7a at the Challenger booths along Level 3 (Booth 301), you can get a host of perks along with its original RRP of S$749. The booth accepts trade-ins for older phones (up to a maximum of S$100 overtrade if you pick the Google Pixel 7a, and more if you’re gunning for the other Pixel 7 series phones). There’s also a S$120 Google Store voucher as a gift, along with a S$50 Challenger member rebate.
By the way, the Google Pixel 7a is also going on sale at the Google Pixel pop-up booth in 313@Somserset nearby, so be sure to check that out if you want free ice cream.
8. Jabra Elite 5
The Jabra Elite 5 is Jabra’s middle child among the brand’s many true wireless earbuds. Its selling point is a well-rounded feature set that goes beyond some flagship offerings out there, boasting IP55-rated dust and water resistance, Hybrid ANC, and 6mm drivers. Despite its midrange positioning, it has Bluetooth multipoint and Qi wireless charging.
The Elite 5 offers up to 28 hours of playback, with its charging case included in the count.
Head down to Jabra’s CEE 2023 booth at Level 3 (Booth 309) you can find it retailing at S$188 instead of its launch price of S$228. Jabra’s also throwing in a cute ~530ml Hydro Flask (worth S$56.90, while stocks last) for each Elite 5 purchase.
Watch our video review as we tell you how it fares against other Jabra models.
9. Logitech G502 Lightspeed
The Logitech G502 Lightspeed brings PowerPlay wireless charging, Lightspeed technology, and the 16,000 DPI Hero sensor into a single gaming mouse. It also lets you customise its weight with its 2g and 4g pieces, going anywhere from its base 114g to 130g.
Logitech G502 Lightspeed originally retails at S$249, but you can get it at CEE 2023 for S$169. It’s located at the Challenger megabooth along Level 3 (Booth 301).
10. Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is the Korean brand’s 2023 refresh for its flagship Galaxy S handset, with an upgraded 200MP main camera. Most users would already know what the phone offers by now since it’s a dominating handset with stylus compatibility, making it an unusual offering even among Android phones these days.
Instead of paying the usual sticker prices (S$1,828 for 128GB, S$2,098 for 512GB, and S$2,458 for 1TB), they are going on sale at CEE 2023 at just S$1,528, S$1,748, and S$2,108 respectively. Like the other phones featured here, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is still very recent, still very powerful, and has better value than before. Find them at Challenger’s booth on Level 3 (Booth 301).
11. Xiaomi 13 Pro
Guess what — the Xiaomi 13 Pro is back in stock and more attractive than ever with a nice little discount. On its own, the 2023 Android flagship handset already packs the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, has LPDDR5X RAM, and UFS 4.0 storage. That doesn’t even consider the rear cameras’ Leica optimisations yet.
Originally at S$1,599 and S$1,699 for the 256GB and 512GB versions respectively, you can find them at S$1,419 and S$1,569 instead. It’s not like Xiaomi even had to do this discount in the first place, especially when the phone was sold out during its pre-order phase. You can find it at the Challenger booths located along Level 3 (Booth 301).