Logitech just released the MX Anywhere 2 wireless mobile mouse, the successor of the highly acclaimed and award winning MX Master.
The MX Anywhere 2 is designed to be used on surface such as glass with the help of Logitech Darkﬁeld Laser Sensor. It is compact yet comfortable. You can connect the mouse through the included Logitech Pico Unifying receiver or Bluetooth to pair the Logitech MX Anywhere 2 with up to three devices. Logitech Easy-Switch allows you to seamlessly switch between each device with the touch of a button.
The build in battery gives the MX Anywhere 2 wireless mobile mouse 2 hours of usage for every minute of charge. A full charge can last up to two months depending on usage. Best of all, there’s no down time while charging. This means you can still use the MX Anywhere 2 wireless mobile mouse even when it is charging.
The Logitech MX Anywhere 2 wireless mobile mouse is now available in Singapore and will retail at S$129.
FotoHub will be the first company in Singapore to deploy the Canon DreamLabo 5000 production inkjet printer. FotoHub will use the DreamLabo 5000 to provide high definition (HD) print services for its customers, offering a higher industry standard of 2400 x 1200 dpi print resolution
FotoHub seek to modernize and reinvent its business to meet the needs of the customers with the new Canon DreamLabo 5000. For Canon, the introduction of the DreamLabo 5000 marks its entry into the production photo printing market and an opportunity to introduce technology that will revitalize the entire personal print industry.
Besides the HD PhotoBook and Prints, FotoHub also plans to use the DreamLabo 5000 to support the high-end printing needs of its corporate customers including the production of books, calendars and other high-quality print-on-demand items such as bespoke photobook.
The Walking Dead will be back for the 6th season this coming October with an extended 90 minutes episode. Singapore fans will be able to catch them on FOX Channels within 24 hours of the US premiere.
As in previous seasons, the show’s sixth season of 16 episodes will air in two parts, with the first eight episodes kicking off internationally October 12th and the final eight returning February 2016.
The Walking Dead premieres 12 October 2015, Monday on FOX (Singtel TV Ch. 330 | StarHub TV Ch. 505)
One of the latest bluetooth headset from Jabra to hit Singapore is the Jabra Boost. It may look small but this bluetooth headset is works great.
I was initially sceptical when I saw the size of the device. The microphone is rather far away from my mouth when I put it on my ear. Do I need to speak louder for the bluetooth headset to pick up my voice?
Well, all my doubts about the Jabra Boost were cleared after my first phone call using the bluetooth headset. The other party can hear my voice clearly when I speak normally. Audio quality is pretty good.
Pairing the device with my iPhone 5S is very easy and straight forward. It takes a while to get used to wearing the Jabra Boost. The ergonomically designed ear-gels is comfortable and after a while you’ll almost forget that you are wearing it. The small size makes it less obvious to others that you are wearing a bluetooth headset. Which is good and bad. Good in the sense that people won’t judge you for constantly wearing your bluetooth headset. Bad in the sense that people might think you are talking to yourself when you are on the phone.
iPhone and Android users will be glad to know that the Jabra Boost works with both Siri and Google Now. Now you can keep your smartphone in your pocket and tap the dedicated headset button to activate Siri or Google Now.
The Jabra Boost has an impressive 9 hour talk time battery life and up to 1 year standby time. I didn’t have the opportunity to try out myself since I hardly talk more than 1 hour on the phone per month. Lol.
The Jabra Boost is available in Black, White and Gold colours and retails in Singapore at S$78.
As part of the SG50 celebration, LEGO Singapore is having an event at RafflesCity Shopping Centre, Atrium, Level 3 from 21 to 30 July 2015. One of the highlights at the event is the construction of a 8.5 foot Dragon Playground by Singapore’s and Asia’s only LEGO Certified Professional, Nicholas Foo.
I was there on the first event to check out the progress of the construction. Can you see the Dragon Playground taking shape?
The public are also invited to build along side and contribute to the making of this Singapore icon.