Thursday, 30 Aug 2012
On top of unveiling two Bravia TVs and the MDR-1 headphones, Sony has also announced the Vaio Tap 20 tabletop PC and Vaio Duo 11 hybrid Ultrabook at IFA 2012. Both devices run on the Windows 8 platform, and come equipped with Intel Ivy Bridge processors.
ASUS is displaying the Zenbook Prime UX31A and UX32VD at the Comex 2012 happening from today to 2 Sep. Both notebooks feature Intel Ivy Bridge processors, and are backed by a 2-year international warranty respectively.
HP has revealed two new Ultrabooks with touchscreens to enhance the Windows 8 experience. The HP Envy Touchsmart 4 has the form factor of a regular Ultrabook, while the Envy x2 is a convertible tablet with a detachable keyboard dock.
Utilizing the Intel Ivy Bridge i7-3920XM processor overclocked to 4.5GHz and coupled with either the NVIDIA GTX 680M or AMD Radeon 7970M graphics, the 17-inch gaming laptop includes 32GB of memory, USB 3.0 ports, eSATA, 9-in-1 card reader, and Blu-ray drive, just to name a few.
Samsung today announced three devices powered by Microsoft's latest Windows 8 operating system. They are the Ativ Smart PC, Ativ Smart PC Pro, and Ativ Tab. Hit the link to find out more about their specs.
Tuesday, 28 Aug 2012
Hot on the heels of Samsung's Series 5 tablet/ultrabook tease are a handful of leaked images of Sony's upcoming Vaio Duo 11 Windows 8 hybrid device.
Monday, 27 Aug 2012
Samsung has revealed (via Facebook no less) that a stylus toting tablet device with dock will shown during IFA 2012 in Berlin. This new device, one of likely many others from the Korean company, looks very much like the Samsung Series 5 hybrid PC first seen at Computex earlier this year.
Friday, 24 Aug 2012
Nubox reopens its doors at Sim Lim Square today as a certified Apple Premium Reseller. To earn the APR accolade, Nubox has to ensure the store meets stringent requirements from Apple, such as impeccable customer service and floor space, among other conditions.
Thursday, 23 Aug 2012
Hewlett-Packard declares a staggering US$8.9 billion loss during the recent quarter, as the technology company accounts for an acquisition which didn't quite work out the way its management envisioned.
Thursday, 16 Aug 2012
If you're one of those who bemoan the audio quality on tablets, well, help is on the way. Dolby has revealed plans to bring its Digital Plus surround sound codecs to tablets and other mobile devices.