We’re down at the Red Dot Museum in Singapore where Microsoft is about to showcase their latest tablet-ultrabook hybrid, the Surface Pro 3, after giving the Surface Pro 2 a complete miss. It’s dubbed the tablet that can replace your laptop, and it’s a pretty good deal at roughly $1500 SGD for the i5 128GB version (plus type cover), and we can’t wait to get our hands on it over at the event. Related: Pre-order the Surface Pro 3 now in Singapore (full specs and pricing).
Xiaomi fans rejoice, the Redmi Note will go on sale on 8 July 12pm for a jaw-dropping $199, only $30 more than the $169 Redmi.
You may have heard by now that Microsoft announced on Tuesday updates to OneDrive that include: an increase in the amount of free storage available to customers, reduced prices for paid storage, and added value for customers who have an Office 365 subscription. A breakdown of the updates is included below:
Two weeks ago, Microsoft wrapped up their keynote at E3 and we saw some truly spectacular games being announced. Xbox exclusives like Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Sunset Overdrive, Forza Horizon 2, Fable Legends and Ori and the Blind Forest were very well received by the public, with the Master Chief Collection and Halo 5 rumoured to single-handedly sell the Xbox One. Now, Microsoft is offering two free games in celebration of their E3 announcements.
The HTC Desire 816 is HTC’s second phablet offering to date. After competing in the high-end sphere with the One Max, HTC decided to enter the mid range phablet market with the 816. It faces stiff competition from the likes of Sony and Samsung, but the Desire has a trick up its sleeve by offering many features one would normally associate with high-end smartphones. Is the Desire 816 the phablet to get? Our Editor-in-Chief Nicholas finds out.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer OPPO has partnered with Southeast Asia’s largest online shopping mall, Lazada to offer OPPO enthusiasts in Singapore greater accessibility to its smartphones, at a S$70 price reduction from the usual price.
In a strategic partnership with Lazada, OPPO Singapore will make
its retail debut online – offering Singaporean online shoppers the
convenience of a 24-hour online shopping experience or OPPO products. Online savvy customers may also enjoy this while on their mobile devices.
Xiaomi Singapore has just teased the Redmi Note on its Facebook page. The highly-anticipated affordable phablet will be arriving in Singapore soon. This follows just after the price cutting of the Mi3 to $299. Only time will tell if the … Continue reading Xiaomi: Redmi Note coming to Singapore soon