Level up your life with cool new gadgets in Singapore.
We’ve got you in the know about the freshest beauty products, the latest lifestyle news, and even the hottest tables around town. Now let’s talk about tech. We live in a world that flows with innovation. And with the advancement of technology, we’re seeing some pretty cool gadgets in Singapore. From headphones to cameras and new toys for your home, here’s our list of the newest gadgets ‘round town.
Cool gadgets in Singapore that we’re loving
This one isn’t a new launch per se. But we’ve just gotten wind that it’s back in stock and now ships to many more countries outside of the US, so let’s take a look. Playdate is a charming handheld game console that fits in your pocket. But what catches our attention is the little crank on the side. It functions like an analogue controller and is a pretty adorable addition. No worries if you find the screen too small either because with a simple mirroring app, you can cast the display on your computer. It comes with 24 free games, with a whole catalogue of games available for download at your fingertips. If you’re looking for a new hobby, you can also consider creating your own game to submit and share with the community!
Playdate, available online
Dyson Supersonic r Professional hair dryer
As everyone knows, Dyson is the holy grail of hairdryers. We can’t imagine life without ’em! Who doesn’t love effortlessly styled locks created in less than 10 minutes? This tech giant continues to impress and push innovation in beauty with its latest creation. The Dyson Supersonic r Professional hair dryer is Dyson’s lightest, smallest, and most precise styling tool yet. It was created to tackle a typical hairstyling industry problem – strain and injuries from styling multiple clients. This new ergonomic dryer streamlines heat with smart attachments that come with customised heat settings. An FYI that this hair dryer will only be available to professional hairstylists, but we’re keeping an eye out for its launch regardless.
Dyson Supersonic r Professional hair dryer, to be released
If you’re the type that gets easily overstimulated or if you have misophonia, this gadget will be a godsend. Not only are these babies functional, but they’re ultra fashionable too. The founders are two friends who love attending festivals, concerts, and clubs. But, as we’re all aware, these are hot spots for loud music which leaves your ears ringing by the end of the night. To combat this? Loop Earplugs. It softens noise the way you need it to, from ultimate silence to sound dampening. It’s also great for light sleepers who need to keep the noise out.
Loop Earplugs, available online
Apple Vision Pro
Avid Apple fan or not, you’ve probably seen videos of the tech giant’s latest creation taking the internet by storm. This futuristic headset is bridging the online and physical worlds. Talk about major Black Mirror vibes. You get to use multiple windows at the same time, type on a virtual keyboard, and access all the apps you’d normally have on a Macbook or iPhone. Not gonna lie, we’re a little sceptical about its functions and real-world use cases. But it’s still a pretty cool gadget. A worldwide launch date has yet to be announced, so keep your eyes peeled.
Apple Vision Pro, to be released
Onyx Boox Note Air 3C
E-reader fanatics will know that these nifty devices are all about giving you the ease of having multiple books on hand without having to lug them around with you. The traditional technology used means that they’re typically in black and white to minimise strain and fatigue on the eyes. But what if we told you we’ve found an e-reader that now comes in colour? Onyx Boox has broken through with the Onyx Boox Note Air 3C which comes with a colour display. Not only can you read on it, but you can also draw, and take notes – plus, it has text-to-speech options.
Onyx Boox Note Air 3C, available online
Epomaker Dynatab 75x
Mechanical keyboards had their major moment a few years ago, and they’re still a timeless addition to your work setup. There’s just something about the sound of clacking keys as you type. Does it make you feel more productive? Who knows. Now, brands are out and about creating new models with different sounds and features. One of the coolest ones we found so far? The Epomaker Dynatab 75. It promises enduring craftsmanship with bespoke elegance. It can be connected with a wire or by Bluetooth and comes fitted with a dot-matrix screen. We haven’t seen a keyboard with a display as large as this one, and we’re curious about its functionality.
Epomaker Dynatab 75x, to be released
Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra
Samsung is welcoming a new era with its latest mobile phone – the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra. With its titanium frame, you get scratch, water, and dust resistance all in one package. The built-in S pen lets you write and navigate through the phone’s features like circle-to-search, live translations, note assistance, and photo assistance. It’s also got an impressive zoom function, letting you get a clear shot without zoom-in blur. We’re pretty sure there are even more features we haven’t even noticed yet, so why not give it a try if you need a new phone?
Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra, available online
Miyoo Mini Plus
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If you’re feeling nostalgic and miss the games you used to play in your childhood, we’ve found the solution. Mech DIY has a ton of old school console models available, but its latest release is the Miyoo Mini Plus. This handheld console boasts a huge library of retro games from a number of popular consoles like Gameboy Advance, Playstation, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, and more. Game choices are endless (over 25,000!), especially with the SD card reader which means you can upload your own games.
Miyoo Mini Plus, available online
Aonic 50 noise cancelling headphones
Shure launched the second generation of its wireless noise cancelling headphones and they look like a dream. We’re talking high-fidelity audio, enhanced active noise cancellations, and 50% more battery life (up to 45 hours of run time!). It also has a number of modes to enhance your listening experience. Music mode can be used for your everyday commute, cinema mode immerses you with theatre-like audio, and podcast mode lets you get extra intimate with the host’s voice. If that’s something you want, of course.
Aonic 50 noise cancelling headphones, available online
The Portable Monitor
We don’t know about you, but a second screen is a huge game changer in our work-from-home setup. It makes us not want to leave the office because how are we supposed to bring our huge monitors along with us? The answer lies in these foldable monitors created by The Portable Monitor. As the name suggests, you’ll find several handy displays on its website. They’re lightweight and easy to set up, and there are even options for a triple monitor.
The Portable Monitor, available online
This Japanese camera brand is venturing into new territory with its latest project. Introducing the Yashica Vision, a set of high-powered night vision binoculars. For the avid camper and outdoorsman, the adventure shouldn’t stop when the sun goes down. Even in the darkest conditions, the Yashica Vision boasts full colour imaging, letting you see up to 600 meters even in darkness. Now that’s quite a cool gadget.
Yashica Vision, to be released
And that’s all the new tech finds and cool gadgets we’ve found in Singapore.