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IT Show 2019: The Tech Awards winners edition

By Team HardwareZone - 10 Mar 2019

IT Show 2019: The Tech Awards winners edition (II)

Sony PlayStation 4 Pro + God of War Bundle

Winner of our Editor’s Choice for Game of the Year, God of War is part of this S$559 PlayStation 4 Pro bundle that also includes an extra controller.

Read next: God of War review: A landmark return for the franchise


Samsung Portable External SSD X5

Winner of our Editor’s Choice for Best Portable External Drive, the Samsung SSD X5 offers fast speeds, is easy to bring around, shock-resistant, and comes with optional password protection with hardware AES 256-bit encryption for security. You can find it at the show for S$510 (500GB), S$963 (1TB) and S$1,949 (2TB).

Read next: Samsung’s new Portable SSD X5 will deliver transfer speeds of up to 2,800MB/s


HP Spectre x360

Winner of our Editor’s Choice for Best Ultraportable Notebook, the HP Spectre x360 offers good design, plenty of useful ports, and also a respectable battery life. At IT Show, the model with Intel Core i7-8565U processor, 13.3-inch full HD touch display, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB SSD is going for S$2,799. It even comes with a 2TB external HDD, an anti-virus subscription, and a carrying case.

Read next: Finding the best ultraportable notebook for your needs


Razer Blade 15

Winner of our Editor’s Choice for Best Gaming Notebook, the 2018 Razer Blade is Razer’s most refined laptop yet. We like its pretty 15.6-inch, 144Hz display, its large glass precision trackpad, and of course, its minimalist and classy design. At IT Show, an updated model equipped with Intel Core i7-8750H, 16GB DDR4 RAM, and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q GPU is going at S$4,679.

Read next: Which gaming laptop is right for you?


D-Link Covr-2202

Winner of our Editor’s Choice for Best Mesh Networking System, the AC2200-class D-Link Covr-2202 works well whether as a single unit or in a mesh network. At IT Show, the 2-pack system is going for S$299, a nice drop from its usual S$379.

Read next: What is mesh networking?


Brother MFC-T910DW

Winner of our Editor’s Choice for Best AIO Home Printer, Brother’s MFC-T910DW is an ink tank printer that prints up to 6,500 pages in black and 5,000 pages in color with just a single set of ink bottles. Speed-wise, it’s rated at up to 12 ipm when you print in mono and 10 ipm when you print in color. At this show, it’s going for S$408, and Brother will additionally give you shopping vouchers worth S$30.


Canon imageCLASS MF269dw

Winner of our Editor’s Choice for Best Mono Office Printer, the Canon imageCLASS MF269dw is great for those who need a mono laser printer that prints fast and offers excellent text quality. This 28ppm all-in-one workhorse also sports a useful 50-sheet duplex auto document feeder that supports automatic duplex scanning. At this IT Show, you can pick one up for S$339 (U.P: S$379) - free gifts include S$50 NTUC vouchers and Prolink USB charger.


Google Pixel 3 XL

If you want to try Google's Night Sight camera feature (which wins our Innovation Award, by the way), we recommend that you try it with either of the two Google Pixel 3 phones. Over at Singtel, you can get the 64GB Pixel 3 XL for just S$150 if you sign up on a 2-year Combo XO 78 plan (S$78/month). You also get S$50 discount off accessories.

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Creative SXFI Amp

Okay, the Creative SXFI Amp didn't win an Editor's Choice from us, but the company's Super X-Fi Headphone Holography tech did get an Innovation Award. The SXFI Amp, which uses the tech, is going for S$199 at IT Show, and amazingly, every purchase will also get you a free pair of Aurvana SE headphones (worth S$99). Alternatively, check out the SXFI Amp + EMU Teak bundle, which can be had for S$699 (U.P: S$1,200) if you cut out the coupon from the show flyer.

Read next: What’s next for Creative’s SXFI technology?