We've heard that Singapore has been named the most expensive city in the world by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).
Don't be too hasty to throw your gadget buying plans out the window though. Instead, search like we did for the cheapest gadgets available in Singapore. We’ll start you off with these 4 gadgets that’ll give you bigger bang for your buck.
We see the doubt in your eyes. It’s true, this is the most affordable smartphone, without contract, available in Singapore. Armed with a 4.7in screen, Mediatek quad-core processor, and Xiaomi’s highly customisable MIUI, no other Android smartphones can beat the incredible value-for-money deal you get with the Redmi.
READ MORE: Xiaomi Redmi review
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite (7.0”) WiFi
Stop eyeing that iPad mini. Even the cheapest configuration costs at least S$500, but for slightly under S$200, you can get this 7in Android tablet from Samsung. Powered by a dual-core processor, the tablet shares multi-tasking features such as Pop Up Play and Multi Window with its more powerful siblings.
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Asus Transformer Book T100
We didn't just chose this hybrid laptop/tablet for its two-in-one function. It's packed to the brim with features such as dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, and even Microsoft Office Home & Student 2013. Oh, and it has an 11-hour battery life. Tell us this isn’t worth your S$600.
Altec Lansing Bliss Platinum Earbuds
A basic pair of earphones will be enough to complement the abovementioned repertoire of affordable gadgets. For S$69, you’ll get crystal clear sound from Altec Lansing’s Bliss Platinum Earbuds, and you’ll even receive an ear-tip kit and case too. By the way, if you take advantage of the EpiLife sale, you could bag these earphones at a mere S$23.90.