HWZ Deal Alert: 6th April 2018

By Koh Wanzi - 6 Apr 2018

HWZ Deal Alert: 6th April 2018

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1. LG V30+

The LG V30+ is one of LG's latest flagship smartphones, with a 6-inch 18:9 OLED display, 4GB of RAM, and a Snapdragon 835 processor. You can check out our full review of the phone here

From 6 to 8 April, LG is running a promotion for purchases of the V30+. Shoppers will be eligible to redeem S$150 in Takashimaya shopping vouchers for each purchase of the V30+ at LG authorized retailers

Vouchers can be redeemed at the LG service center from 13 to 30 April 2018. You'll need to bring along your IC and a proof of purchase for verification purposes.


2. ASUS ZenBook UX430UN

The ASUS ZenBook UX430UN is a svelte 14-inch notebook with discrete NVIDIA graphics for some extra graphics horsepower. 

It is equipped with an Intel Core i5-8250U (1.6GHz, 6MB L3 cache) processor, 8GB of LPDDR3 memory, and an NVIDIA GeForce MX150 GPU. In addition, you get a 512GB SATA M.2 SSD for storage. 

You can get it on for S$1,498, S$100 off its usual price if you use the code WKEND-ASUS100.

Buy it here!


3. Nintendo Labo

Nintendo's Labo cardboard accessories allow you, or your kids, to build DIY add-ons that can be used with the portable Switch console. It's a neat way to create a more immersive and engaging experience with the Switch, and the new accessories include quirky things like a mini piano, fishing rod, and even an RC car. 

A 3-in-1 Labo bundle is now available to pre-order on Shopee, inclusive of a robot kit, variety kit, and customization kit. It costs S$209 (U.P. S$250) and ships in 30 days.

Buy it here!


4. Outlast 2 

Set in the arid wilderness of the Arizona desert, Outlast 2 takes you on a twisted journey into the depths of the human mind and the occult. 

You can get it on Humble Bundle for US$10.19 (U.P. US$29.99), 66 per cent off its usual price.

Buy it here!


Editor's note and disclaimer: The deals are not an endorsement or recommendation of the product from the editorial team. Instead, the listed items present themselves as a good deal based on the novelty factor and how much of a discount it is being offered from standard retail pricing at the time of publishing. Please note that we are not responsible in any way if you're unable to secure the listed offer due to errors on our part or should the offers expire by the time you've checked them.

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