Hear the word ‘drone’, and you’re probably thinking of the kind that fiies, but this drone is designed to swim instead. The PowerRay is a lifestyle underwater robot, featuring multiple conflgurations and add-on components that will allow you to do anything from shooting cool underwater photos and videos, to finding fish through sonar detection. It has a 4K 95-degree wide-angle underwater camera, and can operate at depths up to 30 meters in both freshwater and saltwater environments with a four hour battery life.
Experience 4G connectivity on the Apple Watch Series 3 with Singtel’s NumberShare
You know that feeling of panic you have when you reach for your iPhone — only to discover that you’ve left it behind? With the Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS + Cellular) and Singtel NumberShare, you can actually leave your phone behind on purpose.
NumberShare is the new add-on service that lets Singtel’s iPhone users enjoy 4G connectivity on the Watch Series 3. With NumberShare, the Watch shares the same number, data, and talk time as your mobile plan. Think of it as bringing your number with you wherever you go, and not only with your phone. Singtel is the first telco in Singapore and South East Asia to bring mobile connectivity to the Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS + Cellular).
When the Watch is out of its paired iPhone’s range and from known Wi-Fi networks, it switches to a 4G cellular connection. You can still make calls, send messages, and get notifications from your apps, all on the Watch itself. You can also stream 45 million songs from Apple Music (requires a subscription) and ask Siri for directions.
So you don’t have to worry about missing important calls or notifications, even without your iPhone. Leave the office for a quick drink, or pop by the neighborhood supermarket for groceries. Pay using Apple Pay on the Watch, and you can leave both your iPhone and wallet behind.
Plus, nothing feels like going for a run while staying connected. Track your run using the Watch’s built-in GPS, stream upbeat music to your AirPods, and get updates on the move, even without a phone strapped to your arm.
Singtel’s 4G mobile network has the fastest speed and widest coverage in Singapore. Singtel is also the only local LTE900 network, which gives you deeper and better indoor 4G coverage. All this means you can stay connected even if you kayak out to local islands like Pulau Ubin and St John, as well as enjoy fast 4G speeds even in underground MRT stations, tunnels and major shopping malls.
How to sign up for Singtel NumberShare
All Singtel Postpaid Mobile customers with a Combo, SIM-only or MobileShare Supplementary Plan can sign up for the NumberShare add-on service.
Sign up for NumberShare via the Apple Watch app on your iPhone. Enjoy your first 3 months subscription free with a minimum 12-month contract at just S$6.90/month. You’ll also get an extra 0.3GB/mth of local data on your main mobile line. There’s a one-time activation fee of S$10.70/ month that provisions eSIM on the Apple Watch.
Learn more at www.singtel.com/applewatch
1. S FOR THE SERIOUS
The Panasonic Lumix GH5S is a camera built for the professional videographer. It ships with an oversized 10MP sensor that provides native DCI or UHD 4K capture, with one pixel on the sensor corresponding to one pixel in the final footage. The lower pixel count with larger pixels also give it better performance in low light. The GH5S can capture DCI 4K footage at up to 60p, with 10-bit 4:2:2 internal capture available.
2. IMPROVE YOUR PRODUCTIVITY
Bamboo Tip is a fine-tip stylus that works on any Android or iOS device. Perfect for digital note taking, the stylus leverages Wacom’s decades of experience in pen and styli technology to improve touch screen detection for reliable accuracy in nib-toscreen contact. It has a 20 hour battery life and can be connected to multiple devices simultaneously.
3. EXTREME BACKUPS
The SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD is built for what it says on the box. This pocketsized USB-C drive is encased in a tough body with an IP55 dust- and water-resistant rating. It can operate in temperatures ranging from 0°C to 45°C and be stored safely within -20°C to 70°C. With a USB 3.1 Gen 2 port, it can read up to 550MB/s, and comes in capacities of up to 1TB.
4. NO MORE LOD DRIFT
SteelSeries’ Rival 600 was built to get rid of a common problem tracking. one for regular movements and the other for detecting lift-off from the mouse surface. The first sensor stops tracking once the second one senses lift-off , which is good news for low-sensitivity gamers. In addition, there’s a customizable weight system for those who like to play with these things.
STEELSERIES RIVAL 600
5. THE ULTIMATE BUSINESS NOTEBOOK
Lenovo’s sixth-generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon is better than ever. It’s equipped with Intel’s new Coffee Lake processors for some nice multi-tasking oomph, but it’s the 500 nit Dolby Vision HDR display that makes it truly impressive. The laptop also boasts a nice soft-touch matte finish, and a useful privacy shutter for the webcam to keep out prying eyes.
6. BACKUP MADE EASY
This portable SSD takes the hassle out of backing up for photographers in the field. Not only does it have a built-in SD card to copy your photos over with a single button, it also has Wi-Fi built-in for wireless capture. The ruggedized case and solid state storage makes it resistant to bumps and shocks too.
7. LOOK MA, NO BATTERIES!
Razer has joined the wireless charging hype train with its new Mamba HyperFlux gaming mouse. This comes bundled with the FireFly HyperFlux charging mat, which charges the mouse even while you’re using it. However, this particular Mamba comes with no battery, so it’s super light for a wireless mouse. Instead, it draws power from a magnetic field generated by the FireFly mat.
8. MINIMALIST BEAUTY
No one expected NZXT to make a motherboard, but here it is. The N7 Z370 is one of the bestlooking boards around. The entire PCB is covered by either matte white or black metal, but you can also purchase separate heatsink covers to inject a little more color into the mix. There are no gaudy RGB lights around, but you can add some and control them using NZXT’s suite of lighting and fan control features.
9. A PROFESSIONAL GRAPHICS DOCK
Most graphics docks scream to be noticed. Not so the ASUS XG Station Pro. Targeted at creative professionals rather than gamers, it boasts a simple, space gray aluminum chassis by In Win and enough room for up to an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. Dual 120mm exhaust fans keep the GPU cool, and it also comes with a USB-C port that delivers up to 15W of power.
10. ALL-DAY BATTERY
The Lenovo Miix 630 is the company’s first ARM-powered notebook, and it joins the ranks of a new breed of always-connected, always-on notebooks. It’s powered by a Snapdragon 835 processor, so what you lose in processing power you gain in battery life, and Lenovo is claiming up to 20 hours of video playback. The rigid, detachable keyboard doubles as a folio case of sorts, and the bundled stylus lets you sketch and take notes on the go.
11. 256GB ON YOUR FINGERTIP
SanDisk bills this as the smallest 256GB USB drive in the world. At just 19.1mm in length, it¡¦s certainly minute, and its big capacity means you can store up to 14,000 photos, 10 hours of full HD video and 16,000 songs, and still have 64GB left over for „± les.
12. MASTER YOUR MUSIC
With power-enhancing Fluxor magnets and Audeze’s patented Uniforce voicecoil technology, the iSine LX headphones easily deliver clear, accurate and spacious sound. What’s unique though, is that they’re built with support for REVEAL’s plugins, which let you mix and master music on the go.
AUDEZE ISINE LX
13. NOT JUST 3D, BUT HOLOGRAPHIC AUDIO
Creative’s Super X-Fi technology supposedly scans the shape of your head and ear, then analyzes it together with the characteristics of your headphones and targeted room acoustics to reproduce a 3D holographic sound map tailored specifically for you. Creative has mentioned that Super X-Fi will initially be rolled out as a crowdfunding project that includes premium Super X-Fi headphones as well as Super X-Fi dongles for use with any headphone.
14. CURVED TO HIT THE RIGHT SPOTS
These two curved gaming monitors from the ROG Strix line-up boast 1800R curvature displays and VA panels, which improve color reproduction and viewing angles over TN panels. Yet, they still boast fast 4ms response times. The 32-inch model (XG32VQ) has a 16:9 aspect ratio, 2,560 x 1,440 pixel resolution and 144Hz refresh rate. The 35-inch model (XG35VQ) has a 21:9 aspect ratio, 3,440x1,440 pixel resolution and 100Hz refresh rate. Both monitors support AMD FreeSync and ASUS Aura Sync technologies.
15. SIMPLY A HDD CARRYING CASE
Finally, an external HDD enclosure that’s as simple to use as a carrying case. The ED600 requires no tools to open, and replacing a drive is as simple as plugging it in. It accepts 7mm and 9.5mm thick 2.5-inch SATA HDDs and SSDs, supports USB 3.1 connectivity and is rugged too with IP54-rated protection and an impact-resistant silicone layer inside.
16. GAMING IN GOLD
Maybe you wanted a Razer Phone, but you didn’t think it was exclusive enough. Well, you’re in luck. To commemorate the Chinese Lunar New Year, there’s a limited edition Razer Phone exclusively from the RazerStore (and selected outlets in Hong Kong). It has the same hardware specs, but the Razer logo on the back is now adorned in gold, and it comes in a pretty red box. Best of all, the price remains at US$699.99.
RAZER PHONE 2018 GOLD EDITION