The dust has settled on the controlled chaos that’s CES 2015, and we’ve rounded up the hottest announcements in this issue.
Wear-ever we may roam
As with recent editions, a major focus of CES was wearable tech, which is why we’ve introduced the Wearable Tech Awards to celebrate the top ten wearable gadgets this year. Catch up on the best activity trackers, virtual reality headsets, and smartwatches to look out for in the months ahead.
Where we’re going, we’ll need roads
2015 happens to be the year Marty McFly travels to in Back to the Future II, and even though we’re nowhere close to seeing flying cars or hoverboards yet, the Future of Driving still looks bright. Find out all about the seawater-powered, self-driving, gesture-controlled supercars that are in the works today.
Stuff to do
If you think Singapore’s boring, or if you’ve ever sat around wondering how to make the most of your time this weekend, we’ve got you covered. Our Stuff to Do feature’s got some of the most exciting activities in Singapore right now from stationary surfing to indoor skydiving and trampoline parks, so read up and get out of the house.
New and reviewed
No copy of Stuff is complete without celebrating the latest and greatest in tech. This month, we’ve tested the Asus ROG G751 budget gaming powerhouse, Sony’s full-frame A7 Mark II compact system camera, Razer’s monster Leviathan soundbar, and Samsung’s overachieving NX1 camera, which should all tickle your fancy on where to spend those crisp new ang pao dollars.
A new beginning
This issue also marks the last monthly issue of Stuff Singapore before it becomes a quarterly magazine. Since the world of tech is such a fast-moving beast, it only makes sense that we adopt an online focus to instantly bring the latest happenings to your attention. Since you’re reading this, you’re already in the right place, along with over a quarter million more like-minded readers every month. Don’t fret though – we’re excited to bring the next step in the journey of Stuff Singapore to you in May, where we’ll celebrate the cream of the crop for that quarter.