Feeling like you need a new gadget, but don't want to break the bank? Or perhaps you're looking for a new toy to mess around with. Well, the good news is you can do that easily with these S$50-ish gadgets. And they ship right to your home, too. And because we've already reviewed them, you'll know they are good stuff. And if you don't like it, well, it's not that big of a burn in your pocket.
Xiaomi Smart Band 8
Xiaomi's budget Smart Band fitness trackers have always offered plenty for their price. The latest Xiaomi Smart Band 8 is no different, with several design tweaks to change up the appearance and usability. Coupled with its still affordable price (around S$50), it remains an easy recommendation for anyone shopping for an inexpensive fitness tracker.
Ugreen 65W GaN charger
This ~S$50-ish gadget is the Ugreen 65W GaN charger, an inexpensive four-port charger that can replenish practically any mobile device. Everything from the latest smartphones to the Nintendo Switch and USB-C notebooks. The charger has three USB-C ports and a USB-A port, and supports fast-charging protocols (QuickCharge 4.0 and USB Power Delivery 3.0). No cables are included in the box.
Creative Stage Air V2
The very affordable Creative Stage Air V2 soundbar fits nicely under my monitor and can also, if required, double up as a portable wireless speaker, with up to 6 hours of battery life. More importantly, it sounds good for its price.
Logitech Signature M650 L
If a solid dependable workhorse mouse is what you need, the Logitech Signature M650 L is a good option. While not as premium as the Logitech MX Master 3, it's a lot more affordable at just S$49. It works with both PC and Mac, too.
Xiaomi Mijia Air Pump 1S
There are plenty of things in life that make it easier, and the Xiaomi Mijia Air Pump 1S is one of those. I'll be honest, pumping air into my bicycle's tyres is easy to do, but there's quite a bit of work to get it to the right air pressure. It's powerful enough for filling up a car tyre as well despite its small size.
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