|Source: The PC Show. The PC Show in 2015 was packed.|
The PC Show celebrates 26 years of IT and consumer electronics offerings in Singapore this year. Familiar names like Best Denki, Canon, Courts, Creative, Dell, Epson, Harvey Norman, HP, Lenovo, M1, Newstead, Samsung, Seagate, Singtel and Toshiba are back to woo the crowd with exciting new products, unbeatable deals and some of the best prices in town.
Gillian Loh, Project Manager, organiser Lines Exposition and Management Services, said: “We know that those who can, will wait for The PC Show to land a good bargain while some make it a point to attend so that they can keep up with the latest in IT gadgets and consumer electronics.
“Every year we try to give visitors to The PC Show an even better experience than they had before so that they will be happy and come back for the next show. For our 26th year, we are ramping up the excitement level with dedicated zones for those with special interests, on-the-ground coverage with postings online to keep customers informed of deals, hot new products and technology.”
Special zones have been carved out within the two connecting exhibition halls to help visitors to zoom in on their areas of interests. These include:
· MoveFuture Personal Electric Mobility Devices
Also a first for The PC Show, the zone features the latest in personal mobility such as electric scooters, electric bikes and hoverboards.
· Know your Tech
Exhibitors like Dell, HP, Lenovo and Samsung will be showcasing their latest technology and products to educate visitors on what’s hot and new. A strictly no-sales zone.
There will be discounts and debuts galore. Local company Passion Gadgets is offering the Inokim Light at a discounted price of S$978 at The PC Show. Designed for personal light transportation over short distances, the compact MYWAY/Inokim Light is energy-efficient and portable. It weighs about 13kg, folds easily and will transport a user weighing up to a maximum of 100kg. The company is also offering the Passion10 electric scooter (Speedway) at the discounted price of S$759 and Passion E2 (ETWOW S2/E-twow Gen 2) Eco/Master/Booster at S$799.
|Source: The PC Show. The Portégé Z20t.|
|Source: The PC Show. The Canon EOS M10.|
The tilt-type LCD screen activates the self-portrait mode when it is extended to 180 degrees for the best selfies, which can be quickly shared via NFC and Wi-Fi connectivity.
For The PC Show, Canon is offering a promotion price for its special edition EOS M10 camera, bundled with a limited edition 24-cm Rilakkuma plush toy in a special gift pack.
Visitors to The PC Show will be among the first to view several GPS products by Maka GPS Technologies which are making their debut. The Marbella Pilot S features a 5-in-1 LCD touch screen display with day and night views for high visibility, along with an 800MHz processor.
|Source: The PC Show. The Marbella Pilot S.|
Joining the Marbella Pilot S is the Marbella LX5, a 2CH Dashcam. Maka GPS is offering Marbella LX5 at the promotional launch price of S$259 (usually S$329). Limited to the first 50 customers per day is Maka GPS’ exclusive bundle which comes with free 32GB Class 10 MicroSD card, Bluetooth speaker, MaxPower 2200mAh Power Bank, smartphone holder, incar splitter and HDMI cable. All Marbella users are entitled to free detailed routable navigation maps in over 70 countries around the world for their travelling needs.
|Source: The PC Show. Seagate's new |
Backup Plus Ultra Slim drives.
Komoco Motors, a Singapore motor company, is sponsoring this year’s grand lucky draw prize of a Hyundai Elantra Elite car worth S$61,000**. Visitors to The PC Show are entitled to a lucky draw ticket for every S$100 spent at the show.
The PC Show is at Singapore Expo, Halls 5 and 6 from 2 to 5 June 2016, from 12pm to 9pm daily
**Excludes certificate of entitlement (COE)
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