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The Huawei P30 Pro probably needs no further introduction (here's our review). But if there's one thing we must call out, it'd be its quad-camera system, which is made of a 40MP Sony sensor with improved low-light performance and better optical image stabilization, an 8MP telephoto module housed in an innovative periscopic build, an ultra-wide 20-megapixel lens, and a ToF 3D lens. All this combine to enable the camera's crazy 5x optical zoom, 10x hybrid zoom, and 50x digital zoom features. The 8GB RAM/256GB storage version has a sticker price of S$1,398, but there's a shop on Shopee that's now letting you pre-order one for S$1,230.
Linksys currently offers several packages of its Velop intelligent mesh Wi-Fi system, and this WHW0103 here is a 3-node (AC1300 each) package designed to blanket a 3- to 4-bedroom house with Wi-Fi. Like most mesh Wi-Fi products these days, the Velop takes just a few minutes to set up, and once done, the dual-band network can be easily managed (even remotely) through the Linksys mobile app. Most places are selling this 3-pack AC3900 Velop for S$299, but a retailer on Shopee has it going for S$259.35 now.
Offering up to 2,100MB/s and 1,500MB/s read and write speeds respectively, the ADATA XPG SX6000 Pro PCIe Gen3x4, NVMe 1.3-enabled SSD is also slimmer than standard M.2 2280 SSDs thanks to its single-sided design. According to Corbell, which distributes ADATA’s products, the prices for the 512GB and 1TB SX6000 Pro have just dropped to S$128 and S$239 respectively. If you’re at Sim Lim Square shopping for an SSD for your new system, remember to check out these shops.
The LG 29WK500 is a 29-inch ultra-wide monitor with a 2,560 x 1,080-pixel resolution, 250 nits brightness, and up to 99% sRGB color gamut coverage. Supporting AMD FreeSync for smooth gaming visuals, the monitor is also equipped with two HDMI ports. Normally going for S$449, from now till May 5, you should be able to find it going for S$299 at participating offline and online retailers.
First seen at CES, the DCS–2802KT is D-Link’s first 100% wire-free IP camera kit that packs two cameras and a hub. Using built-in lithium-ion batteries that provide months-long battery life, each camera features a 2MP CMOS sensor and can record at up to 1080p resolution. The hub, which the cameras connect to, has a built-in alarm, so you can configure it to sound whenever the motion detectors are tripped. The entire setup can be managed using the mydlink app remotely, and they will also work with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. Normally going for S$599, Hachi.tech is now selling the kit for S$499.
The Epson L6170 ink tank printer supports auto-duplex printing and offers print speeds of up to 15ipm for black and 8ipm for color. An all-in-one device with Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, and Ethernet connectivity, it’s also equipped with a 30-sheet ADF to make light work of multi-page copy tasks. More importantly, the L6170 uses high-yield ink refills: each black ink bottle has a page yield of up to 7,500 black-and-white pages, while the combination of the color inks can generate up to 6,000 color pages. Usually going for S$479, Hachi.tech is now selling this printer for S$419 when you use the coupon code WEARE3-PR60.
To celebration ASUS' 30th anniversary in Singapore, the company is doing a "Mega Lucky Draw" promotion - and the grand prize is Mercedez-Benz GLA 180 in Polar White! To participate, just spend a minimum of S$100 on selected ASUS products* in a single receipt at any ASUS authorized resellers, and then log in to your ASUS account to complete the registration form. ASUS will be picking at least one finalist every month (total 10 finalists) in the lead up to the final draw that will happen in January 2020. All 10 finalists in this final draw will walk away with a prize, but of course, only one of them will be driving home the car.
*Eligible ASUS products include: Motherboards, graphics cards, routers, monitors, projectors, mini PCs, gaming peripherals, smart home and other ASUS DIY components and accessories. In other words: no laptops.