LG One:Quick Flex launches in Singapore

All-in-one widescreen display



LG is redefining what widescreen displays are capable of with the release of the new One:Quick Flex in Singapore.

A touch screen display that also comes with a built-in camera and innovative features? It doesn’t get more all-in-one than that.

LG’s new innovation is designed to meet users’ needs in the ever-changing digital landscape. From remote learning and working to indoor fitness, entertainment, and play for children.

All-in-one display

The 43-inch 4K UHD display comes with a built-in 2K Full HD video camera, microphone, and speakers, ideal for work presentations or even remote meetings and video calls at home.

The camera offers a wide 88-degree field of view, while the microphone can pick up sound within a three-meter range.

The dedicated stand allows for even easier usage. The screen can be switched from landscape to portrait and has an adjustable height.

Key screen functions also support voice commands. Users won’t have to touch the screen while busy with tasks, like watching fitness workout videos or trying out kitchen recipes.

Whatever the purpose may be, the One:Quick Flex offers a great view while delivering on convenience and versatility.

Maximize creativity, collaborative work

Equipped with In-Cell touch technology, the One:Quick Flex also has full touch pen support and whiteboard functionality.

Users may be able to draw or emphasize notes directly onto the screen with their fingertips or a touch pen.

This feature will definitely come in handy for office meetings, or home-based learning with children who can doodle on screen.

What’s better is that these works can even be saved as files and shared directly to a mobile device.

The information display operates on the Windows 10 IoT Enterprise system, and users may also install and run an extensive range of programs to suit their needs.

Price and availability

The LG One:Quick Flex (elegant beige) is now available via LG’s official brand store on Lazada and Shopee, as well as through KrisShop.

And as a special early bird promotion, customers may purchase the One:Quick Flex for SG$ 3,399 inclusive of a movable stand until June 30, 2022.

For more information including full product specifications, click here.


Free Steam code awaits MSI RTX 40 series purchases

Review and get free codes too



MSI recently unveiled its latest set of laptops that are up the date with the latest 13th Gen Intel Core HX processors and RTX 40 series graphics.

These include the following models:

  • Stealth 16
  • Katana 15
  • Cyborg 15
  • Raider GE78 HX
  • Titan GT77 HX

Such Intel Core HX processors with 24 cores deliver up to 5.6GHz of processing speed, a big jump which shall be felt by users when it comes to gaming performance, creative applications, and programs requiring the heavy workload.

In the graphics department, the NVIDIA RTX 40 series cards are more efficient and feature Ada Lovelace architecture to take gaming to the next level.

Early bird, review bonuses

To spice things up, MSI is offering US$ 50 Steam wallet codes for customers who will pre-order any of the participating 2023 MSI RTX 40 series models until April 30.

Likewise, customers who post a review of any of the eligible models will also receive a free US$ 50 Steam wallet code as part of the Shout Out for MSI program.

Redemption will be until May 14. To check the full mechanics, click here.

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New iMac with M3 chip coming later this year

Already in late stages of development



After the launch of the M2 series, Apple proved that the success of Apple Silicon’s M series was not a one-off deal. Now, fans of the brand are anticipating what’s coming next from Apple’s in-house chip production. They might not have to wait long, though. According to a new report, Apple is readying the launch of a new 24-inch iMac with the unannounced M3 chip later this year.

It’s been some time since the launch of the last iMac. Back in 2021, Apple unveiled the all-in-one device with the then-new M1 chipset. Naturally, the focus was on the processor. The component’s reveal teased the future for Apple’s macOS lineup. With the M2 chip in full swing, it’s not hard to think that the currently available iMac is a tad bit outdated already.

According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, it won’t be long before a new one comes out. The new report shares that the upcoming iMac is already in “an advanced stage of development,” potentially paving the way for a release later this year.

Much like 2021, the device will come with a 24-inch display. It will also come in the same set of vibrant color options: Green, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Purple, and Blue.

But, of course, the focus is on the M3 chipset. It’s still unknown how the chipset will stack up against the current slate of M2 chips. If the history of the M series is any indication, the M3 chip shouldn’t disappoint.

SEE ALSO: 2021 iMac M1 Review: Your Best Work From Home Setup

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Apple M2 Mac mini Review

More Affordable, More Powerful



Apple silently revealed the 2023 M2 Mac mini to the world.

Back in 2005, the Mac mini G4 was the cheapest Mac you can buy for US$ 499.

Almost 18 years after, the Mac mini still is the cheapest Mac at just US$ 599.

That’s still a lot of savings versus buying a US$ 1299 iMac.

The biggest difference? The newest Mac mini runs two of the most powerful chips right now — the M2 and M2 Pro.

But is it actually the right Mac for you?

Watch our Apple M2 Mac mini review now!

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