Sony just announced the PlayStation 4 20th Anniversary Edition, a special edition PS4 commemorating the 20th anniversary of the release of the original PlayStation (PS) on 3rd December 1994.
The 20th Anniversary Edition will be limited to 12,300 units worldwide, a number that reflects the launch date of the original PS, and will be available at S$689 in Singapore.
The limited edition PS4 and included accessories come in “Original Gray” color, all packaged in a special commemorative box. A special arrangement for customers in SE Asia to get this limited console will be announced during the Anime Festival Asia 2014 (AFA) Press Conference which will be held in Singapore tomorrow (4 Dec) at 2:40pm.
Starbucks and The Salvation Army will be holding the annual Starbucks Christmas Open House on 4th December 2014 (Thursday), from 5 – 7pm across all Starbucks outlets island-wide.
Get a complimentary tall sized Starbucks beverage when you make a donation to The Salvation Army.
In celebration of the Starbucks Christmas Open House, Starbucks will also be partnering Philsax and the Ministry of Bellz to hold intimate Christmas Get-togethers at selected Starbucks stores to share the festive joy.
Starbucks Christmas Open House
Date: 4 Dec 2014 (Thursday)
Time: 5 – 7pm
Location: All Starbucks stores in Singapore
Singapore’s first LEGO Certified Store opened its door last Saturday. Located at Suntec City Mall Tower 3 level 3, the new LEGO store, which is managed by Bricks World, serves to further enhance the LEGO experience for the fast-growing LEGO fan base in Singapore and to reach out to new customers.
Every aspect of the LEGO Certified Store is designed and made by The LEGO Group, including an interactive play area called “The Living Room” and a display of fully assembled LEGO models.
Another feature of the LEGO Certified Store is the popular Pick-a-Brick Wall. Comprising a custom-built fixture with round canisters filled with LEGO bricks and elements, the Pick-a-Brick Wall will allow shoppers to hand-pick and select LEGO pieces in different shapes and colours.
From January 2015, the LEGO Certified Store in Singapore will have exclusive sets released at the same time as in the US and Europe.
As part of Tiger Beer’s new Uncage identity, two lucky Singaporeans were given the chance of a lifetime to surpass a three year wait-list and get inked by one of the best tattoo artists in the world, Joey Pang. Joey is the world’s only professional Chinese calligraphy tattoo artist and cited as one of the top tattoo artists in the field.
28 year old sports entrepreneur Nicholas Tan and 30 year old educator Alwin Song were given the amazing opportunity to get tattooed by Joey at Joey Pang’s Tattoo Temple recently.
Continue reading → World renown tattoo artist cuts her three year wait list and tattoos two Singaporeans
Went down to SITEX 2014 at Expo last Saturday to do some tech shopping. Left with a big hole in my wallet.
I renewed my fibre broadband contract. Tech Shows like SITEX always have good deals for broadband connection. My 150 Mbps fibre broadband contract is over so I decided to sign up the Unlimited Fibre Broadband from SingTel. How could I resist super high speed and no bit throttling? The Unlimited Fibre Broadband is going at $54.90 per month.
On top of that, there is an option to top up $125 per month for 24 months to get a iMac 27 inch with 5K Retina display. I think it is about time I retire my 7 years old iMac. Besides, I get a saving of $388. Good deal.
I also bought the ASUS RT-AC87U router. Fast internet need a fast router. The usual price for the router is $399. I saw some booth selling the router at $379. But since I’m subscribing to the Unlimited Fibre plan, I get to purchase the ASUS RT-AC87U router at $299.
While walking around, I saw this interesting power block by thecoopidea. Four 2.4A USB port and one 1A USB port. Pretty useful for travel. Also good for my desk since I have many devices to charge. I got the 10.6A Power Block by thecoopidea at $71.
Last but not least, I bought a 32GB Toshiba FlashAir SD Card. I got a 8GB version lately as a door gift and fell in love with it. So I decide to buy a higher capacity one for my DSLR. The 32GB Toshiba FlashAir SD Card cost $69.
Looks like I’m going to eat grass for the rest of the month.
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