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IT Show 2018 highlights

By Team HardwareZone - 18 Mar 2018

Projectors & TVs


The 3,500-lumen, DLP-based XJ-V110W has a WXGA (1,280 x 800-pixel) resolution, 20,000:1 contrast ratio, 20,000-hour light lifespan, and a long 1.5x optical zoom lens. Going for $1,199 (U.P: $1,399), with free gifts such as $30 CapitaVoucher, HDMI cable, and EZ Cast wireless dongle.

The Casio XJ-V2 is a lamp-free XGA (1,024 x 768) projector with a 20,000-hour light source lifespan, and boasts a brightness of 3,000 lumens. Going for $799, and you get free $20 CapitaVoucher, carry case, HDMI cable, and EZ Cast wireless dongle. Alternatively, the XJ-V1, which has a brightness of 2,700 lumens, is going for $699, and comes with free $10 CapitaVoucher, carry case, HDMI cable, and EZ Cast wireless dongle.



The Epson EH-TW5650 is a full HD home theater projector with a brightness rating for 2,500 lumens. It has built-in wireless and a 10W speaker, supports 3D and screen mirroring, and touts a lamp life up to 7,500 hours in Eco mode. Going for $1,588 and you get free $250 NTUC vouchers, two pairs of 3D glasses, a RAVPower fast wireless Qi charger, and a trolley.

The 3,600-lumen EB-U42 is business projector with built-in wireless LAN and wireless mirroring functions. A WUXGA projector (1,920 x 1,200), it’s going for $1,299, and you get free gifts such as $80 NTUC vouchers, a RAVPower fast wireless Qi charger, carry case, and trolley.

The EB-W05 is an 3LCD-based WXGA projector with a brightness of 3,300 lumens. Going for just $629, and you get free $40 NTUC vouchers, carry case, and trolley.



The 55-inch Philips 901F 4K OLED TV features Ambilight (basically LED lights that produce halos of colors around the TV), runs the Android TV platform, and plays nice with HDR. Going for just $2,699 and comes with free wall mount.

This Philips 65PFT5250 is a 65-inch full HD TV with three HDMI inputs. For just $1,299, Courts is also throwing in an Android hub, wall mount, digital antenna, HDMI cable, and a 3-year warranty.



The 55-inch Samsung MU6300 is a 4K UHD curved TV featuring Samsung’s HDR Pro tech for enhanced contrast and a remote control that can be configured to control your other A/V devices. Free gifts you get include a 40-inch TV and 3 months of Singtel Cast Weekend Goals Pack. If you don’t want the free TV, you can trade it in to get the MU6300 for just $1,349.

The MU8000 is a curved 4K HDR LED TV, and it can go up to 1,000 nits in brightness. It has four HDMI ports, three USB ports, and the stand is thoughtfully designed to hide your wires. Free gifts you can get at this show include a 49-inch full HD TV, $100 vouchers, and 6 months of Singtel Cast Weekend Goals Pack; but if you’re willing to trade in the free TV, you can get the 55-inch MU8000 for as low $2,049.

The Samsung Q8C is one of Samsung’s flagship 4K TVs in 2017. The curved TV uses QLED technology to achieve high brightness and deep colors for HDR, and it has a smart remote that can control multiple devices. It also reduces cable clutter thanks to a thin, near-invisible fiber optics cable. Free gifts at this show include a 55-inch TV and 6 months of Singtel Cast Weekend Goals Pack; but if you don’t want them, you can get the TV for as low as $4,999 (65-inch) and $2,849 (55-inch).



The Bravia A1 is Sony’s first large-screen 4K HDR TV to use OLED technology. Not only does the picture look good, the design also stands out. For example, thanks to the Acoustic Surface audio system, you won’t see any speakers on the TV. Available here for $6,899 for the 55-inch model, $9,499 for the 65-inch model, and $29,999 for the 77-inch model after cashback, and each comes with free delivery and installation and a PS4 FIFA 18 bundle worth $479.

If you need a really big 4K TV, Sony has its 75-inch Bravia X8500E going for $5,299 after cashback (U.P: $8,999). Running Android TV, this beautiful TV also supports 4K HDR and features clever cable management to hide the wires.

If you only need a full HD TV, the W800F is going on sale here for $1,399 (49-inch) and $1,049 (43-inch). The TV is powered by Android TV, which means you’ve no shortage of movies, music, photos, games, and apps; and with Chromecast built-in, you can easily send content from your smartphone or tablet to the TV.

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