Stuff Picks: the Sony VPL-GTZ1 projector, and all the other gadgets you should feast your eyes on

These are just some of the gadgets you should consider when you’re on your weekend shopping spree
Stuff Picks: the Sony VPL-GTZ1 projector, and all the other gadgets you should f

Sony VPL-GTZ1 4K projector

Price: S$63,000

If you’ve got a lot of cash to splurge and you’re looking for a top end projector, the Sony VPL-GTZ1 4K projector might just be the one for you. It combines 4K, a laser light source, and ultra-short throw capabilities to make your home entertainment experience spectacular. And you can also choose to mount it on the ceiling or on the floor.

9H Na’Vi Edition Gaming Headset

9H Na’Vi Edition Gaming Headset

Price: €169.99 (about S$277 excluding shipping)

The 9H Na’Vi Edition Gaming Headset is made for serious gamers. Made as a result of a partnership between SteelSeries and professional eSports club Natus Vincere (Na’Vi), the headset is a fully loaded, Dolby 7.1 virtual surround sound gaming unit with precise, full range of audio. And its yellow and black exterior makes it look pretty trendy too. 

Logitech Illuminated Living-Room Keyboard K830

Logitech Illuminated Living-Room Keyboard K830

Price: S$139

The Logitech Living-Room Keyboard K830 basically lets you wirelessly control your computer when it is connected to the TV, which we think is a must-have for any modern-day living room. And when it’s dark, you’ll still be able to use it because the brightness of the backlit keys automatically adjusts based on the amount of light in the room, so handy!

Samsung NX1

Samsung NX1

Price: From S$1999

Looking for a fast compact system camera? Then you need to check out the Samsung NX1. It’s a great alternative to DSLRs, thanks to its 15FPS continuous AF shooting, Auto Focus (AF) System III with 205 Phase Detection AF points and 28MP APS-C BSI CMOS Sensor for superior image quality capabilities. 

Microsoft Lumia 535

Microsoft Lumia 535

Price: S$199

The Lumia 535 is the first Microsoft (non-Nokia) Lumia in the market – that should already be an incentive for you to want one. Otherwise, the budget-friendly device should taunt you with its candy-coated colours (there’s bright orange, green, and blue back cover options alongside black, white, and grey to choose from). Spec wise though, it’s similar to other Nokia Lumias. 

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