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Here's the list of products launching exclusively at Comex Festival 2021

By Kenny Yeo - on 5 Sep 2021, 9:54am

Here's the list of products launching exclusively at Comex Festival 2021

Note: This article was first published on 3 September 2021.

In case you didn't already know, Comex Festival 2021 is now on. It started yesterday and it will run until 12 Sept 2021. Check out everything else that's happening in our earlier report here.

Apart from the usual deals, Comex Festival 2021 will also use exclusive launches from brands like Aftershock, Lenovo, Philips, and more.

Here are the Comex-exclusive launches that you can expect.


1. Aftershock PC Simulator Racing PC

(Image source: Aftershock)

This rig was designed in collaboration with Legion of Racers and it features an Intel Core i5-11600KF processor with 16GB of DDR4 memory, a 1TB Lexar NVMe SSD, and a Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3070 Ti graphics card. The motherboard used is a Gigabyte Z590M Gaming X and the system employs liquid cooling. Prices start at S$2,815 but there's the option for additional memory and accessories like keyboards, mice, gaming monitors, and even a full racing rig.

You can purchase the Aftershock PC Simulator Racing PC here.


2. Philips TAT 4556 true wireless earbuds

(Image source: Philips)

The Philips TAT4556 true wireless earbuds are a collaboration with K-Pop group STAYC. It features active noise cancellation, an ambient sound mode, 12mm dynamic drivers, IPX4 water protection, and a single charge can provide up to 9 hours of music playback (with ANC off). It's priced at S$229 and is available in black, green, purple, and white.

You can purchase the Philips TAT4556 true wireless earbuds here


3. Lenovo Tab P11 Plus

The Lenovo Tab P11 Plus is an Android tablet with an 11-inch IPS display. Screen resolution is a very respectable 2000 x 1200 pixels. It's powered by an octa-core MediaTek Helio G90T and it comes with 4GB of memory and 64GB of internal storage. Lenovo claims you can get up to 12 hours of video playback time.  Bundled with a precision pen, ValueClub members can pre-order the Tab P11 Plus at S$449. The non-member price is $499.

For more information and to pre-order the Lenovo Tab P11 Plus, head over to here.


4. Aiwa Android TVs and earbuds

The Aiwa 32-inch AW-LED32G7K Android TV. (Image source: Aiwa)

Aiwa is launching not one, but two Android TVs at Comex Festival 2021. The smaller of the two is the 32-inch (AW-LED32G7K) which is HD-ready and has a frameless design and a built-in soundbar.

The larger of the two is the 55-inch (AW-LED55XVC-RM). This is a 4K TV with support for HDR.

Aiwa AT-X80E II earbuds. (Image source: Aiwa)

Finally, Aiwa is also launching true wireless earbuds called the AT-X80E II. These are second-generation earbuds that have 8mm drivers and an IPX4 water resistance rating. Battery life is a claimed 6 to 8 hours on a single charge.

The 32-inch AW-LED32G7K is S$319 while the 55-inch AW-LED55XVC-RM is S$779. The AT-X80E II earbuds are S$59.90.

You can purchase them from here.


5. Invader PC by Dynacore

(Image source: Dynacore)

Dynacore is launching a line of ready-to-ship desktop systems under its Invader PC lineup. The lineup consists of numerous systems ranging from entry-level to high-end. Prices start from as low as S$989 and go up to nearly S$5,000 for a system with a Core i90-11900K processor, 32GB memory, 1TB SDD, and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti graphics. Regardless of the game you play, there's something for everybody.

You can take a look at the Invader PC series and purchase them here.


1) Read next: The Comex Festival 2021 deal alert special 
2) Read next: Our updated Tech Show Portal with Comex brochures and more

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