Picks of the show

Asus Zen AiO Pro (Z240IC)
Asus Zen AiO Pro (Z240IC)

Asus Zen AiO Pro (Z240IC)

$1,798 (i5 processor) and $2,198 (i7 processor)

Booths 6B09B, 6C01, 6D05, 6D09, 6E01, 6E09, 6F05, 6F17, 6F33, 6G09 & 6G23

Looking for a sleek all-in-one (AIO) computer for your study or living room? Take a look at Asus Zen AiO Pro (Z240IC).

This AIO PC features a slim anodised aluminium unibody that tapers to just 6mm at the edges. It has a 23.8-inch multi-touch display with a 4K resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels and a wide viewing angle of 178 degrees.

It is powered by the latest sixth-generation Intel Core processors, GeForce GTX 960M graphics with up to 4GB of video memory. It is also the world's first AIO PC to feature the next-generation USB 3.1 Type-C port, according to Asus.


$388 (usual price $599); free second microphone (limited to first 50 customers)

Booth 6A04

Debuting at Sitex 2015, Moments is a wireless sound bar that doubles up as a karaoke set. It is the world's first and smallest wireless karaoke sound bar, according to its maker.

Each Moments set comes with the karaoke sound bar, a subwoofer and a microphone that are all connected wirelessly.

This way, your karaoke set is never going to be a white elephant, as you can always stream your favorite music from your smartphone or tablet.

MyRepublic Home Office

$79.99 per month (with a one-time installation charge of $58) on a 24-month contract; freebies include a Lenovo A606 mobile phone and additional $200 router discount

Booth 5J05

More people are setting up their businesses in the comfort of their homes. And MyRepublic is catering to the needs of this growing group by launching a dedicated fibre broadband service.

Launching in Sitex 2015, the affordable MyRepublic Home Office plan offers 1Gbps of fibre broadband service with prioritised traffic as well as download speeds of up to 1Gbps and upload speeds of up to 500Mbps.

The plan includes 24hr dedicated technical support and over 99 per cent uptime assurance, so business owners do not need to worry about downtime.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on November 26, 2015, with the headline 'Picks of the show'. Print Edition | Subscribe