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Old 09-06-2011, 05:18 PM   #1
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In need of some directions? At the Eastgear booth, we spotted GPS devices such as the Sensonic N520, which comes with a 5" TFT screen and the Galactio V8.5 GPS software within. At PC Show 2011, it's going for a special price of $189.




If you need something more compact, the Sensonic N400 is the smaller sibling of the N520, with a 4.3" TFT display, with the same Galactio V8.5 GPS software within, and it's slightly cheaper at $159.




Perhaps you'd prefer to use another brand, maybe the Holux 62F which costs $199 at PC Show 2011? The Holux 62F is also equipped with the Galactio V8.5 GPS software, loaded with maps that have been vetted by the Singapore Land Authority within the device.

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Old 09-06-2011, 06:03 PM   #2
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More GPS devices, and this time, we highlight the Garmin nuvi 2565 with a 5-inch display and voice-activated navigation system. For $239, you will also get a friction mount for free.



Likewise, a more compact option is available, such as the Garmin nuvi 2465 with a 4.3-inch display. It also comes with voice-activated navigation, routes preview and an integrated compass. Selling for $269, you'll also get a friction mount as a freebie.



A lot of people are eyeing the Garmin nuvi 2575R, which comes with an integrated driving recorder and an analogue television for your passengers to view when the nuvi 2575R is not being utilized for navigation. It makes its debut at PC Show 2011 at a price of $549.

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Old 09-06-2011, 07:01 PM   #3
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Energizer

XP2000: The XP2000 is a portable charger that has a battery capacity of 2000mAh, allowing you to have up to 12 hours of extra talk time. It is available at a promotional price of $55. (U/P: $69.90)




The AP1201 1500mAh battery pack will add extra battery juice for your iPhone 4, providing you with a maximum of four hours of talk time. It will cost you $79. (U/P:: $119.90)




One of the best buys at Energizer is the XP1000 battery pack. Do not belittle the 1000mAh battery capacity as it can give you up to 6 hours of talk time on your iPhone. It is priced at an affordable $29.90. (U/P: $39.90)




For those who need battery packs for their laptops on a busy day, the Energizer XP18000 will come in handy, giving you up to six hours of extra time. It is priced at $269. (U/P: $299)

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Old 09-06-2011, 07:35 PM   #4
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Looking for a pretty portable hard disk? The 2.5-inch Samsung M2 Portable (500GB) comes with USB 3.0 capabilities and works with both Windows and Mac OS. Priced at $89.90 (UP $109.90).



Need extra storage for your PC? The 3.5-inch G3 Station comes in two storage capacities: 1.5TB ($109.90, UP $139.90) and 2TB ($129.90, UP $169.90). Features USB 2.0 capabilities and works with both Windows and Mac OS.



Looking for a portable version of the G3? The shiny G2 Portable is lightweight, and comes in 500B storage capacity at $79.90 (UP $99.90).



The S2 Portable is a simpler looking 2.5-inch portable HDD with 1TB and 500GB storage capacities priced at $119.90 (UP $159.90) and $89.90 (UP $109.90) respectively.
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Norton Antivirus

The Norton Antivirus 2011 for one user, three users and five users cost $29, $49 and $79 respectively. (U/P: $39, $65, $99 respectively)




The Norton Internet Security 2011 comes in three different pricings for different needs. If you are using it on one computer, it will cost you $39. (U/P: $49)




The Norton 360 Version 5.0 offers the fastest, lightest and all-in-one security solution at affordable prices. If you buy the 5-PC package, it is only $159. (U/P: $189)

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TomTom

The TomTom GO 750 is the ultimate GPS for particular drivers, boasting of a 4.3-inch touch screen, and Bluetooth hands-free calling capabilities. Priced at $289 and comes with a bonus Go Carry case and 2GB Micro SD memory card.



The TomTom XXL 550 comes with a huge 5.0-inch touch screen, advanced lane guidance and TomTom IQ routes for reliable arrival times. Priced at $239 with bonus map worth up to $111.71.


The TomTom XL 250 is the most affordable GPS entry at $179, with features like 4.3-inch touch screen, advanced lane guidance and TomTom IQ routes for reliable arrival times.
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Corbell

Corbell's booth has a wide range of PC peripherals such as mouse, headsets and casings. The Ttesports Black mouse, which costs $69, will get a $20 discount with any purchase of a headset at Corbell's booth.



The Thermaltake Level 10 GT casing is a force to be reckoned with, towering over your PC system with a full steel enclosure. Priced at $388, this casing is only available at Corbell's booth.



Headsets are an essential peripheral for any gamers, and the Ttesports Shock One gaming headset, priced at $129, will definitely enhance your gaming experience.
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For comfort and performance, why not checkout Microsoft's Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000 keyboard? It's going for a discounted price of $99 at the PC Show.



This Express Mouse is not only a speedy "rodent" but it comes in a fun design too. It is priced at $24.



Powered by a BlueTrack sensor, Microsoft's Arc Touch Mouse tracks better than an optical or laser mouse. Best of all, you can also bend the mouse to fit your hand. It's yours for $89.
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Targus

One of Targus's most popular models, the TSB166AP, will keep you laptop nice and dry with its special pull-out rain cover. $136



This nifty iPad2 case has a rotating stand and so you can play with your iPad2 in portrait or landscape mode. This fun will cost $99



Looking for an eco-friendly backpack? The Spruce model will fit up to a 15inch laptop and will only cost you $120 to save the Earth
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More GPS devices, and this time, we highlight the Garmin nuvi 2565 with a 5-inch display and voice-activated navigation system. For $239, you will also get a friction mount for free.

its $329...bluff chewren...
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Morbella

It's MARBELLA. Not Morbella as the logo would lead you to believe. Booth found right at the back of hall 602. Second last row.



One of the lower end models, the Marbella M660 Plus has a 4.3 inch TFT screen, MTK 32 CH InstantFix GPS, latest 3D landmark building overview, junction view with lane assist, text to speech, multimedia player and games, all for the low low price of $139, down from $249. Has free 4GB SD card and FM transmitter



With inches of screen, you definitely have a better chance of not getting lost. The Marbella iNav 510 Sleek / 610 Sleek is super slim at only 10mm, packed with a 400Mhz processor. Comes preloaded with MapKIng SLA and Malsin update as of June 2011, and text to speech. The 610 also has additional bluetooth handsfree calling, FM transmitter reverse camera support. The 510 is going for $189, down from $259, while the 610 is going for $229, down from $299. Free 4GB SD card for the 510, and 8GB for the 610, and FM transmitter.



Top-of the Marbella line is the Marbella M990. Has TMC Singapore Map with TMC function. It has a 533Mhz processor, live traffic, carpark and weather update, comes preloaded with the latest SLA Singapore and MFM Maps. Has Full house/street level address in Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei. Going for $269, down from the usual price of $399.

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