Wednesday, 19 Jun 2013
Wrapped in a sleek, aluminum casing, the USB 3.0 Express Ram Disk boasts sequential read and write speeds of up to 4041MBps and 5388MBps respectively.
ASUStor has announced that all of its NAS products are fully compatible with Seagate's newly launched range of NAS hard drives.
A 12-megapixel camera featuring one-of-a-kind swivel function for perfectly-framed self portraits, the Exilim EX-TR15 comes with built-in wireless connectivity and a Live View mode, enabling users to control various functions of the digital camera remotely via their smartphones.
Adobe dropped a major surprise in May when it announced that the next generation of its Creative Suite software will be available only on a subscription basis. That update, which re-brands all of Creative Suite (CS) to Creative Cloud (CC), is now live and available in Singapore.
SingTel today announced it will offer Shopify's eCommerce solution in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and India. Available from S$17 per month, the solution is an easy and affordable way for individuals and SMEs to set up online shops within minutes and accept secure credit card payments for goods and services.
Weighing just 127g, the wireless headset offers up to 40 hours of powerful audio performance over 30mm closed type, dynamic bass-enhanced speakers, and comes fused with Bluetooth 3.0 and NFC technologies.
The Thuraya SatSleeve brings satellite connectivity to the iPhone 4 and 4S. Once an iPhone is attached and the Thuraya app launched, the iPhone can connect to Thuraya's satellites with a clear line of sight, to make a call nearly anywhere in the world.
HTC just unveiled the Butterfly S at a launch event in Taiwan.
Today at CommunicAsia 2013, Panasonic launched the JT-B1 Toughpad for Asia-Pacific, a 7-inch rugged tablet operating on Android Ice Cream Sandwich. The JT-B1 is US Military MIL-STD-810G and IP65 certified making it resistant to dust, water, shock, humidity, temperature and drops of up to 1.5m.
Intel's chief technical officer Justin Rattner has recently confirmed that a smart watch is in the pipeline. He admitted at Bloomberg's Next Big Thing conference where he mentioned the work-in-progress device was part of Intel's broad plan to explore alternative display devices.