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5 under S$100 gadgets that you can get

5 under S$100 gadgets that you can get

Logitech Ergo M575

You don't have to splurge to get really cool toys. There are a ton of under S$100 gadgets that you can get. Here at Can Buy or Not, we review a variety of products at a range of prices. So fret not, we have picks for every kind of price point. Here's what we recommend.

Aula F99 Gasket Mechanical Keyboard

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The S$91 Aula F99 Gasket Mechanical Keyboard is the first from the brand I've tried. This gasket-mounted hot-swappable wireless mechanical keyboard punches way above its price category. It has a complete suite of connectivity options, sounds really good, and has a sensible design.

Creative Zen Air Plus

Creative Zen Air Plus
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The Creative Zen Air Plus sounds good for its price (S$99), and has decent noise cancellation, too. But one of its key selling points — LE Audio — doesn't play nice with its app. It also lacks some features that are increasingly common even in more affordable earbuds, such as Bluetooth multipoint, or in-ear detection. But if you don't mind missing out on these features, the Zen Air Plus will not disappoint with its audio quality.

Redmi Buds 5 Pro

Redmi Buds 5 Pro
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The Redmi Buds 5 Pro offers excellent value for money. For less than S$100, you'll get a pair of true wireless earbuds that sounds pretty good, has decent noise cancellation, and comes with plenty of features, including in-ear detection, and the ability to connect to two devices at the same time.

Shargeek Retro 35 GaN Charger

Shargeek Retro GaN 35W
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The S$37 Shargeek Retro 35 is a compact GaN charger that'a also available as the Sharge Retro 35W Charger in China, which is the version I have. As a compact charger for notebooks, tablets, or smartphones, it gets the job done with a big serving of geeky retro style.

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Logitech Ergo M575

Logitech Ergo M575
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I honestly wasn't sure about the S$89 Logitech Ergo M575 at first. As a trackball mouse, it feels very niche. I literally only know one person who uses a trackball, and it's never been something I'd consider. After using the Ergo M575 for about two weeks now, it feels a tad more natural. It's easy is to drag and drop stuff, or highlight text. Battery life is rated at up to 24 months.


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