Stuff Picks: The Asus Transformer Book T300 Chi and other devices worthy of your time

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Asus Transformer Book T300 Chi

Price: S$1498

Named one of the world’s slimmest detachable devices, the Asus Transformer Book T300 Chi is a razor-thin 2-in-1 Windows 8.1 convertible, measuring just 1.65cm when docked. It features a luxurious all-aluminium unibody and paired with a fast but silent fanless design (powered by Intel Core M processor) this device boasts amazing mobile performance. 

Sony NW-ZX2 High-Resolution Audio Walkman

Price: S$1599

It’s all about optimal sound quality with the Sony NW-ZX2 High-Resolution Audio Walkman. Equipped with technologies like S-Master HX digital amplifier and DSEE HX, this device also gives you more than 33 hours of High-Resolution playback time, a large built-in memory of 128GB (expandable via micro SD card slot) and supports various fie formats. 

QODE Ultimate Pro Keyboard for iPad Air 2

Price: S$269

If you own an iPad Air 2, you know the importance of having an iPad keyboard that can enhance efficiency and protect the iPad concurrently. The QODE Ultimate Pro Keyboard for iPad Air 2 does just that and more. It has Bluetooth Smart technology, that lets it pair with up to two devices simultaneously and an improved keyboard layout for accurate typing.

Nikon CoolPix P610

Price: S$689

Get up close and personal with your subjects when you shoot them on the new Nikon CoolPix P610 camera. How you ask? With its 60x optical zoom lens that is. Besides that, it’s also one tech filled device – it’s equipped with GPS, built-in Wi-Fi, NFC technology, as well as Full HD video capabilities. It’s definitely one that amazes. 

Sony SEL24240 Full-frame Zoom Lens

Price: S$1369

If you’re seeking a suitable lens for a wide range of photography genres, the SEL24240 10x Full-frame Zoom Lens is the one for you. Its huge 24-240mm focal length range and dust and moisture resistant design makes it a perfect to shoot in any weather conditions and its bright F2.0 maximum aperture makes it one of the best for handheld shooting in low light.

Dell Venue 8

Price: S$659

It's so thin, you can slice a cake with it. But that's not what you'll be using the 6mm thin Dell Venue 8 for. Instead, it's better suited for movie watching on its 8.4in OLED display, which delivers 2560 x 1600 pixels to massage your weary eyes. It's also the first tablet to come with three cameras - an 8MP main camera and two 720p cameras separated by 80cm. All of which, work with Intel's RealSense Snapshot Depth Camera to capture stereoscopic images, affording more flexibility when editing photos with selective filtering and refocus functions.