New Products, March 29, 2017: Razer Blade, Flip Power and more

Razer Blade (14-inch, 2017)
Razer Blade (14-inch, 2017)

Razer Blade (14-inch, 2017)


From $2,899.90

The new Razer Blade gaming laptop is finally in Singapore. It is updated with the latest seventh-generation Intel Core i7 quad-core processor, 16GB of system memory and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card with a 14-inch full high-definition display.

It also features an anti-ghosting keyboard with backlighting that can be customisable with up to 16.8 million colours.

All these goodies are packed in an aluminium chassis that is not more than 18mm thick and weighs only 1.86kg.

Flip Power by OneAdaptr



The Flip is the thinner, modern-day take of the British three-pin plug. It has pins that can be folded and hidden when not in use, leaving a plug that's only 18mm thick.

To use it, simply press the auto-release button and lock the pins.

Making it even more convenient are a built-in 2,000mAh rechargeable battery and two USB output ports.

When plugged into a power plug, the Flip Power charges both the rechargeable battery and any connected device at the same time.

Asus ROG Gladius II



Designed specially for first-person shooter (FPS) games, the Asus ROG Gladius II gaming mouse features a 12,000 dots per inch (DPI) optical sensor for accurate shooting.

It also has a dedicated DPI button for users to quickly switch to a lower sensitivity for more accurate sniping.

The Gladius II's ergonomic right-handed design ensures gamers have a comfortable grip, while its unique push-fit switch socket allows for varied click resistance.

It is also backlit with more than 16 million lighting colours to choose from, while its switches are rated to last 50 million clicks.

Casio Baby-G BGA-240



The new Casio Baby-G BGA-240 is designed for runners. To make the watch easier to read while running, the BGA-240 features prominent watch hands and bar index marks, as well as large digital displays. Its band is punched with holes for better breathability.

In addition, its lap-time function measures the time used to complete each segment of a run, such as every 1km or 5km. The split-time function measures the total elapsed time from the start to any specified point during the run.

SanDisk iXpand Mini Flash Drive


$39 (16GB), $49 (32GB), $69 (64GB), $109 (128GB)

iOS device users looking to store and move their content easily can consider the SanDisk iXpand Mini Flash Drive .

This sleek flash drive has both a Lightning and a USB 3.0 connector, so users can quickly and easily move files between their iOS devices and their Windows or Mac computers.

Using the redesigned free iXpand Drive app, users can shoot photos or videos and save them directly to the flash drive. Users do not need to worry about these files taking up space in their iPhones or iPads.

Play-Doh Touch Shape To Life Studio



As its name implies, the Play-Doh Touch Shape To Life Studio allows you to transfer your physical Play-Doh creations into the digital world.

The kit includes character stampers and other tools like action stampers, to help you shape your new creations.

Use the companion Play-Doh Touch app to scan your creations and see them come to life on the screen of your iPad or iPhone.

So, even when your Play-Doh creations are "destroyed" in the real world, they still exist in the digital realm for you to play with.

Compiled by Trevor Tan

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on March 29, 2017, with the headline 'New Products'. Print Edition | Subscribe