Sightseeing at night in Singapore has just become more colorful with OPPO and i Light Singapore’s partnership.
The tech company and light festival collaborated for a multi-sensory light art installation at Lightwave: Isle of Light, empowered by OPPO. The installation is a highlight of the festival’s lineup this year, which includes 20 artworks and an array of programs.
Unlock your senses
Visitors, both tourists and locals, will be treated to an alternate universe every evening at the Marina Bay Lower Boardwalk from June 3 to 26, 2022.
There will be five unique zones with immersive features:
- holographic projections
- illuminated motion-capture graphics
- shadow play
- light beams
- unique light art showcase
The timely tie-up between OPPO and i Light coincides with OPPO’s launch of their latest flagship, Find X5 Pro in the island.
Powered by OPPO’s very own NPU MariSilicon X chip, the Find X5 Pro is capable of 4K Ultra Night Video — the first time for an Android smartphone.
Ticket pricing, schedule, promo
This year’s i Light Singapore will be held from June 3 to 26, 2022 from 7:30PM to 11PM daily, and up to 12AM on Fridays and Saturdays.
Tickets can be purchased from Klook at SG$ 8.00 on weekdays and SG$ 10.00 on weekends. Bundle tickets are also available.
What’s great is up to SG$ 6,800 worth of prizes are also at stake, including tickets to watch the 2022 Wimbledon Championship in London.
i Light Singapore started in 2010 as an annual celebration to bring people together while shining light (pun intended) on art and sustainability.
Epson reveals 8 new business projectors for Singapore
For meetings and education
Epson has announced eight new additions to its business projector series lineup in Singapore.
These latest products are designed to meet needs in both the business and education settings, providing companies and schools with higher quality video conferencing devices or tools for learning.
The EB-L260F, EB-770Fi, and EB-770F, for instance, display in both 16:6 and 21:9 aspect ratios to complement the content that needs to be displayed.
Meanwhile, the EB-L260F and EB-L210W can cover up to 300 inches in some distances.
The projectors also have a brightness display range of 4,000 to 4,600 lumens, so meetings or lessons can be easily projected across common backdrops or blank surfaces under different lighting environments, without the need to prepare a display area for projector use.
All products use Epson’s laser light technology, for up to 20,000 hours of maintenance-free use so companies can utilize the projectors’ life for a long time.
Furthermore, Epson’s iProjection app allows users to project up to four devices within the same network. The app can also quickly change the source devices through a remote control function.
The 16:6 projectors have interactive functions as well that support Epson’s Graphical User Interface (GUI). This allows seamless collaboration between people through the display of toolbars on both sides of the screen.
If users want to refer to an existing document while it is projected on screen, the document camera can shift the position of the document on display easily.
Lastly, the projectors can accommodate a smart stick with AC power so organizers do not have to connect long cables for power sources anymore.
Epson launches new DTG printer with better features
More business solutions
Epson has launched the improved SureColor F2230 Direct-to-Garment (DTG) printer in Singapore which will surely benefit businesses that focus on small to mid-sized clothing customization.
The new SC-F2230 has an enhanced design and improved usability that leads to a faster turnaround time for print jobs.
There are several new features that increase efficiency, like the PrecisionCore MicroTFP printhead that has a wider width and an increased nozzle count of 3,200.
The enhancements enable the printer to complete a print in 43 seconds on light garments and 142 seconds on dark garments, reducing the overall print time spent.
Instead of a cartridge system, the SC-F2230 also comes with an upgraded ink pack system which reduces the weight and space needed to store ink. The larger system has a higher capacity of 800ml as well, from 600ml.
When it comes to software, the printer supports the latest Garment Creator 2 software which allows users to input images of up to 600dpi.
The printer is now available for sale in Singapore through its authorized dealer stores.
Logitech announces Pro X Series keyboard, mouse, and headset
To go on sale soon
All three products will be available in black, white, and magenta. Here’s quick rundown of their prices:
- G Pro X TKL Lightspeed gaming keyboard: SG$ 319
- G Pro X Superlight 2 Lightspeed gaming mouse: SG$ 249
- G Pro X 2 Lightspeed wireless gaming headset: SG$ 389
G Pro X TKL Lightspeed gaming keyboard
The G Pro X TKL Lightspeed gaming keyboard is designed for the highest level of play.
It supports Lightspeed wireless for up to 50 hours of gaming on a single charge. It also has up to 10 meters of range.
Its adapter can easily connect to both mice and keyboards with just a single USB port. It can also be connected via both Bluetooth or data-over-cable.
Aside from its dual-shot PBT keycaps that illuminate with Lightsync RGB, media keys and a volume roller have been added for quick access.
Ultra-light and portable, the keyboard comes with a carry case and users can choose from Tactile (GX Brown), Linear (GX Red), or Clicky (GX Blue) switches.
G Pro X Superlight 2 Lightspeed gaming mouse
Meanwhile, the lightweight Pro X Superlight 2 weighs only 60 grams and comes with an improved design, so users can be even more precise with their performance.
The mouse has an all-new HERO 2 sensor, which can track at over 500 inches per second and up to 32,000 DPI.
For better usability, a USB-C option has been added; the mouse is also Powerplay compatible. It also lasts for up to 95 hours.
Pro X 2 Lightspeed wireless gaming headset
Completing the Logitech gaming experience is the G Pro X 2 Lightspeed wireless gaming headset which features all-new 50mm Pro-G graphene audio drivers.
These drivers deliver immersive soundscapes, thanks to the live edge suspension which makes up for improvements in sound reproduction accuracy and signal accuracy, as well as distortion reduction.
The headset can be used using Lightspeed wireless (up to 30 meters range), Bluetooth, or wired 3.5mm connections. A user can play for up to 50 hours on a single charge.
For talking to fellow gamers, the headset has a 6nm cardioid microphone with a detachable boom arm for clear communication.
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