There are some really great and cool toys you can get now. These gadgets are the perfect gifts to treat yourself after your hard work. We've tested and vetted these gadgets, so we know you'll like them. Of course, if you feel like they are a bit too expensive to splurge on, feel free to go get these more affordable pocketable gadgets instead.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G
The S$1,398 Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 is the first foldable smartphone that you can consider using as a daily phone. Unlike previous iterations, which had some glaring compromises, the Flip 3 feels complete. The question, though, is whether you really need a truly pocketable smartphone. Well, this is a yes from us.
Prism+ Q65 Pro Quantum Edition
The price is right with the S$1,200 Prism+ Q65 Pro Quantum Edition. This TV offers the convenience and familiarity of Google's Android TV platform at a competitive price. It is not quite as polished a product as rival TVs from more established brands, but it makes up for that with the affordable pricing, streaming video deals with content partners, and an attractive three-year onsite warranty.
Sonos Beam (Gen 2)
The S$799 Sonos Beam (Gen 2) adds Dolby Atmos to one of my favourite soundbars. It's not a huge upgrade by any means, so current 1st-gen Beam owners (like me), can probably give it a miss. But if you're considering a compact soundbar, you can't go wrong with the Sonos Beam (Gen 2), despite the S$100 price hike over its predecessor. Perfect to go with your new Prism+ TV, too.
The new S$400 Kobo Sage offers an easy way to get books to read. The reason is simple. You can borrow ebooks from public libraries directly using a Kobo via the built-in OverDrive feature (available in 12 countries, including Singapore). That can save you a pretty penny, especially if you're a voracious reader.
Apple AirPods (3rd Gen)
The new Apple AirPods (3rd Gen) is even better than before with a new design, Spatial Audio, and better battery life. The sound is great, and is clear even in noisy spots. I like the addition of Spatial Audio, which really expands the soundstage of any audio source, making it feel more immersive. If you haven't yet tried out Apple's AirPods, the new version is a great way to start.
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