First Look At B&O Play A1

B&O Play A1

B&O Play, the standalone unit within Bang and Olufsen started in 2012 to reach out to a new generation of consumers, has a cool new Bluetooth speaker, the A1. This is a smallish, portable, good-looking Bluetooth speaker that puts out awesome quality music in all directions, and is powered by batteries that last all day. The A1 is B&O Play’s smallest Bluetooth…

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Mi Air Purifier 2 Review

Mi Air Purifier 2

In case you didn’t know, Xiaomi sells more than just smartphones and related gear. Their product line includes home appliances, such as rice cookers. They also already have two generations of air purifiers. I recently bought the newer Mi Air Purifier 2, considering how it might be useful in our annual haze season, and thought I’d share a quick review on…

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Pringles Party Speakers

Pringles Party Speakers

You’re probably thinking about Bluetooth speakers, but these are not. Pringles Party Speakers are old-school battery-powered wired speakers that play audio from a 3.5 mm audio connection. Nothing fancy, but they do look pretty, and you can get them free with purchase of three 150 gm Pringles cans, so why not get yours? The Pringles Party Speakers are powered by 3x…

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Mi In-Ear Headphones Pro Review

Mi In-Ear Headphones Pro

Xiaomi never ceases to impress me with their really good, value for money, products. It started with their Android smartphones. Then came battery power banks, fitness trackers, and other gadgetries. Today, I’m writing about their Mi In-Ear Headphones Pro, which comes across highly recommended by many others. It costs only S$27.99, so it couldn’t hurt to try. Getting hold of…

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Dinosaur Museum

LKCNHM Dinosaur

It’s not just about dinosaurs, but I think most people go there specifically for the dinosaur exhibits. I’m referring to the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum (LKCNHM) located in the National University of Singapore. If you’ve got kids crazy about dinosaurs, this should make for an interesting excursion for them. There are, of course, so many other things are LKCNHM….

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Earin Wireless Earbuds Review

Earin

What can be more wireless than a Bluetooth headphone? One that truly has no wires at all. In fact, there’s nothing to connect the left and right sides of Earin’s wireless earbuds! There’s only just that two pieces of awesomeness that goes into your ears. It seems like a really cool earbuds. Are they any good? The Earin wireless earbuds came…

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Relook OP/TECH Utility Strap Sling

OP/TECH Utility Strap - Sling

I first reviewed theOP/TECH Utility Strap – Sling last month, but I made a biggie mistake about its clips, so I think it deserves this updated review post. This strap, or sling, whichever you prefer to call it, is notably versatile in how you can use it, to carry your camera gear. I’m really liking it a lot. My use case is…

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New Breakfast At Starbucks

Starbucks

I’ve become a regular patron at Starbucks in the last year. They have one of the more value for money breakfast offerings in a certain mall that I have to hang around every week. For $6.90, you get a food item and a fresh brewed coffee of the day. This year, Starbucks has rolled out some updates to their breakfast menu. Some…

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OP/TECH Utility Strap Sling

OP/TECH Utility Strap Strap

Along with the OP/TECH Wrist Strap which I recently reviewed, I also have the OP/TECH Utility Strap – Sling. This strap, or sling, whichever you prefer to call it, is quite versatile in how you can use it. My intent was to use this strap-sling slung across my shoulder, just as how OP/TECH had depicted, with camera hanging on one side. I’m not fond…

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HillV2 One Year Later

HillV2

HillV2, the suburban shopping mall at HillView, opened its doors in September of 2014. It was much welcomed by residents around the area, evidenced by the crowds in the evenings and weekends. They even had to organise free valet services to resolve issues with limited parking. It seems business should be good here. How are things one year later? It seems some…

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