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5 China-made tech gadgets that are 100% Can Buy

5 China-made tech gadgets that are 100% Can Buy

Xiaomi Yunmai Massage Gun Pro Basic

For years now, China-made tech gadgets have proved that they are not just affordable, but really, really good. Whether it be massage guns or laptop stands, China-made tech products are here to stay. That’s a good thing too, because some of these products are so good, we can’t help but recommend them to everyone we know.

Huawei WiFi AX3 

Huawei WiFi AX3
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If you’re looking for a great deal to upgrade your home to the latest Wi-Fi 6 standard, then check out the Huawei WiFi AX3. This China-made Wi-Fi 6 router is one of the cheapest in the market. It offers dual-band AX3000 (up to 2.4Gbps on the 5GHz channel) and costs around S$78 (when it’s on sale) compared with rivals like the TP-Link Archer AX50 (S$179).

ZGN Universal Power Strip T11

ZGN Universal Power Strip T11
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The ZGN Universal Power Strip T11 does away with a big problem I have at home — having adaptors for all my different gadgets. I own a bunch of stuff from the US and China, which uses flat two-pin heads that don’t fit into the standard three-pin UK plugs here. The T11 model also comes with three USB ports, making it really easy to charge your devices. So if you’re going to be buying the recommended China-made tech gadgets here, you probably need this.

Xiaomi Yunmai Massage Gun Pro Basic

Xiaomi Yunmai Massage Gun Pro Basic
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Sore muscles are something everyone dreads. Whether it’s your calves after a run, or just a neckache from sleeping in the wrong position, the Xiaomi Yunmai Massage Gun Pro Basic is almost certain to pound the aches away. I know, because I’ve been using it pretty much every other day to smash my muscle blues away. It’s pretty much the quintessential China-made tech gadget you must get.

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Oatsbasf Laptop Stand and Riser

Oatsbasf Laptop Stand and Riser
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Ergonomics experts recommend positioning the top of laptop screens at about, or just below, eye level. I find that compact, foldable laptop stands tend not to achieve this. They don’t give enough height, and you end up using a box or thick textbooks to raise it. The Oatsbasf Laptop Stand and Riser solves that problem with its folding design. 

Iqunix L80 Mechanical Keyboard

Iqunix L80
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If you like keyboards with the 75% layout, such as the original Keychron K2, then the Iqunix L80 will be what you’re looking for. While it’s more expensive than most regular keyboards, it comes with a few cool extras in the form of hot-swappable switches, better keycaps, and an eye-catching design. Perfect for those who love their keyboards in a compact form factor.

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