Shopee is at it again with another massive sale for your next online shopping spree. At the Shopee 9.9 Super Shopping Day sale from now until 9 September, you’ll find yourself swimming in discounts and vouchers to get the latest and greatest at really attractive deals.
While you’re browsing around, expect to find even more ways to save at checkout, such as 50% off vouchers and 18% cashback vouchers (both of which can be used without minimum spend, what a steal!). Additionally, there will be really attractive discounts from the likes of Logitech G, JBL, Marshall, Sonos, Klipsch, and Mayer for all your tech needs.
But as always, we’re here to help you out if you’re in a pinch. Here are our top picks for you to consider at Shopee’s 9.9 Super Shopping Day sale!
New shoppers on Shopee can also enjoy S$7 off their purchase with Geek Culture’s promo code ‘GCXSHOPEE’.
Logitech’s wireless Lightspeed peripherals have been taking the gaming scene by storm with their ultra-fast Bluetooth connectivity, superior specs, and a hassle-free wireless gaming experience. The G502 ticks all the boxes as a gaming mouse, equipped with a massive 100 – 16,000 DPI sensitivity range to suit gamers of all preferences. It also comes with adjustable weights to suit different needs and add a touch more customisation to the user’s needs. Plus, it has a battery life of up to 60 hours — more than enough to last an entire week of non-stop gaming.
The Logitech G915 TKL is by far one of the company’s biggest successes in its keyboard range. The move to a tenkeyless (TKL) build allows more space for gamers to move their mice around especially when playing first-person shooters. But the G915 TKL’s strongest feature has to be its low-profile build, with a chassis so sleek and slim that it doesn’t take up too much space, while delivering solid performance in and out of game with highly-responsive and durable GX mechanical switches.
If you prefer something a little more classic (and also don’t really want to break your bank for a new keyboard), then the Logitech G512 Carbon is a really solid option. Armed with Logitech’s GX mechanical switches, this full-sized keyboard can more than hold its own in even competitive environments, while providing a little more utility with the presence of a numpad.
Logitech isn’t just known for its superb mice and keyboards, but also its gaming headsets, and the G Pro X is one of the finest audio peripherals it has produced in recent years. This gaming headset oozes class and power with its understated design, and equipped with a plush leatherette-wrapped memory foam cushion (which can be swapped out for a mesh velour one). Its PRO-G 50mm drivers provide just about the most balanced sound one can find on a gaming headset, and its mic, developed with Blue Voice technology, allows for a great deal of customisation to how you want to sound to your friends and teammates.
If you’ve decked your gaming rig out with Logitech peripherals, why not go all the way with an RGB speaker set too? Like the rest of its Lightsync brethren, the Logitech G560 delivers big on sound thanks to its subwoofer unit and two satellite speakers, while maintaining a clean desk setup by minimising the cables one needs to hook up thanks to its Bluetooth connectivity. And when syncing it to the G HUB app with all the other peripherals in the list above, you can light up your rig even more with its RGB lighting found on the two smaller speakers.
Massive bass-forward sound is pretty much synonymous with JBL these days, and the PartyBox 1000 is no different. This Bluetooth tower speaker is actually all you need to fill the sound in your house, which is perfect if you’re looking to host a party in a small area. While it can certainly play music from your phone or turntable (if you’re a DJ) just fine, you can even plug your microphone or guitar into it if you’re in need of a makeshift amp. Nifty.
Bluetooth speakers have exploded in demand over the years due to their sheer convenience and relative accessibility, and for good reason. However, most of them aren’t exactly the most weather-ready, which is unfortunate if you’re looking to bring your music to your picnics or hikes where you’re at the mercy of Mother Nature. Thankfully, the JBL Pulse 4 meets those needs, without sacrificing one decibel of crisp, quality sound.
If you’re on the lookout for an upgrade to your home theatre system, the Sonos Beam is a really solid option to consider. Like most technology in the past few years, you need not worry about getting tangled in cables (you really need just one HDMI cable hooked up to your TV), and you can start streaming music from your TV or mobile devices without any worries. Plus, if you have other Sonos speakers in your home, you can pair them to the Beam and you’ll have that multi-room speaker setup that your parents have always dreamed of.
The Marshall Major III has long been a favourite of casual listeners. Now remove those troublesome cables and you have yourself a winner. The Major III Bluetooth sports the same solid 40mm dynamic drivers that its wired counterpart has, delivering exceptional sound quality in up to 30 hours of wireless playtime. Of course, if you’re out of battery (and have a headphone jack on your mobile device, it also comes with a detachable audio jack for added utility. Plus, unlike most other on-ear headphones, the Major III Bluetooth is super compact and can serve as your trusty companion in just about any scenario.
Rounding off this list is the Klipsch T5. The american audio brand has long been associated with premium, high-fidelity sound systems, and in 2020, it really shouldn’t come as a surprise for it to take the step into true wireless territory with the T5. Its oval-shaped eartips provide comfort that isn’t usually found in other true wireless earbuds, and comes with IPX4 water resistance to accompany you for workouts. Most importantly, it is equipped with a really wholesome-sounding bass and overall balanced sound, and comes with 8 hours of playback, with an extra 24 hours when using the charging case.
Marion has a serious RPG addiction. Sometimes it bleeds into real life; he forgets to sleep because he thinks he has a Witcher’s body clock. Forgive him in advance if he suddenly blurts out terms such as “Mind Flayer” and “Magic Missile”, because never once does he stop thinking about his next Dungeons & Dragons game.