Every week, there are plenty of new products emerging in the consumer tech realm. At times, it becomes impossible to cover all of them. Here, we pick the new products of the week and deliver them to you in bite-size format.
Dreamcore Dreambook Touch 15
From S$1,895, available in Dreamcore Store
Local PC maker Dreamcore has its first laptop with the Dreambook Touch 15. It is a productivity laptop armed with the latest Intel 11th-generation Core i7-1165G7 chip, integrated Intel Xe graphics processor, 15.6-inch full HD touchscreen display as well as supporting up to 16GB of system memory and up to 2TB of solid-state drive storage.
Yet, it is only 14.9mm thick and weighs just 1.68kg. Furthermore, from now till Jul 19, you will be able to enjoy special early-bird gift bundles based on your configuration, worth up to S$935 (including a 34-inch curved SuperSolid CG340R, Dreamtype DT-001 mechanical keyboard and SuperSolid Gemini One mouse).
Razer BlackShark V2 Pro – Six Siege Special Edition
S$299.90, available in Razer Store
In collaboration with game studio Ubisoft, Razer has launched the BlackShark V2 Pro – Six Siege Special Edition. This eSports gaming headset has been re-skinned with a striking design inspired by the online tactical game Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. It comes with eye-catching orange stitching as well as white and black accents.
Otherwise, it retains all the features of the original BlackShark V2 Pro, such as Razer TriForce Titanium 50mm drivers for great audio output and THX Spatial Audio for pinpoint positional accuracy. It also comes with a Discord-certified, removable Razer HyperClear microphone for crystal clear voice comms.
It is not good for your neck and back to keep looking down at your laptop. Instead, you should get a monitor like LG’s latest UltraFine Ergo Monitor.
Available in two sizes of 27 inches and 32 inches, the Ergo monitors feature an IPS display panel with a 4K resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels and accurate colour reproduction. Using a C-type clamp, the Ergo affixes easily to the edge of your table, offering greater space efficiency than a conventional monitor stand. Plus, it is able to connect to your laptop via USB-C connectivity for greater convenience.
If you are hesitant in getting a GPS running watch due to costs issues, you can consider the Garmin Forerunner 55. Priced at only S$299, it comes with all you need for your physical training like built-in GPS, wrist-based heart rate monitoring and all-day activity tracking.
In addition, it comes with Garmin Coach – a personalised training plan that caters to your fitness level and adjustable based on your performance. The Forerunner 55 also features several built-in activity profiles, such as swimming, pilates and HIIT.
Why use a washer and a dryer when you can have a washer-dryer like the Sharp ES-FW105D7PS? Powered by Sharp’s energy-saving J-Tech Inverter and patented Plasmacluster technology that actively removes bacteria and odours, it washes and dries your laundry in 15 different programs from Cotton to Dry Air Wash.
Only available on this washer-dryer, the Dry AirWash feature is said to clean items that are hard to clean such as soft toys and hats. In addition, according to its maker, its Steam Care technology ensures up to 99.9 per cent removal of allergens and germs.