Stuff Picks: What a time to get a new Sony PlayStation 4

And if bikes aren't your thing, e-scooter PopScoot might be your kind of ride

PlayStation VR bundle (S$579) and limited edition PlayStation 4 Gran Turismo Sport Special Edition (S$569)

If you've been planning pick up the PlayStation VR, there's no better time than to get the bundle package after it's received a price cut to S$579.

Playing in VR is an entirely new experience. And you'll also be spoilt for choice with more than 140 PS VR software titles and experiences for you to choose from (we recommend something horror for parties).


Don't have a a PlayStation yet? Pick up the PlayStation 4 Gran Turismo Sport Special Edition. The console and controller comes in a striking and stylish design with the Gran Turismo logo featured in the center, perfect for Gran Turismo fans who's been looking forward to the latest game in the franchise. 

It also comes with the soon-to-be-released Gran Turismo Sport, a special DLC and 12 month subscription of PlayStation Plus. The console will be available in Singapore at a suggested retail price of S$569. 

With the bundle and limited edition console, be prepared for your friends asking for some gaming sleepovers.

The PlayStation VR bundle is available now at your nearest retail store and the PlayStation 4 Gran Turismo Sport Special Edition will be available in October.

PopScoot (S$2 for 30 minutes)

We've all heard of bike sharing, but have you heard of e-scooter sharing?

Singapore-based company, PopScoot has launched its e-scooter sharing service at relatively affordable price point. The service works just like how you would bike sharing.

Just download the app on either the App Store or Google Play, and you're ready to ride. PopScoot is capable of deploying both a dockless system supported by a remote immobilisation capability, and a self-charging docked system that is modular, expandable and drill-less.

So if you're in need to get somewhere nearby fast, this might be your choice of speed.

A soft launch near the end of August will see pilot docks deployed at ManuLife Centre, Republic Plaza, Tiong Bahru Plaza and City Square Mall but are available around the island now.