Wednesday, 1 Apr 2015
Canon’s new Print Hub at the Singapore Sports Hub is set to be a one-stop shop for all printing needs within the hub. Details within.
Local custom notebook and PC builder Aftershock is the first to offer the NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X graphics card with their desktop systems. Read on to uncover more details about pricing and system specifications.
Sony has just announced that their new 4K and full HD action cameras (the FDR-X1000V and HDR-AS200V) will be available in Singapore from 9 April onwards. More details and pricing after the jump.
Canon has just launched two new ultra-short throw DLP projectors, the LV-WX300USTi and LV-WX300UST. These projectors can create large images at short distances, and let you write directly on the screen using interactive pens.
Google has announced three new Chromebooks from ASUS, Haier and Hisense that bring more options to customers hoping to take advantage of Chrome OS. It has also taken the wraps off the ASUS Chromebit, effectively a Chromebook in a dongle-sized device, that will allow users to hook it up to a display and use it as a Chromebook.
On a muted note, Intel has released the 14nm-based “Braswell” systems on a chip that aim to power entry-level desktops and notebooks. Find out more about these new systems on a chip here.
Imagine if Google Maps had a mod that lets you play Pac-Man on the roads. Imagine no more.
Cameras come in all shapes and sizes, but we've never seen one quite like this.
LG just sent out invites for a media event on April 28. The media event will be held in six cities which are New York, London, Paris, Seoul, Singapore and Istanbul.
Xiaomi is celebrating its fifth birthday on 8th April this year with the Mi Fan Festival, an online fan event where you'll be able to get great discounts on Xiaomi products. Five new products for Singapore will also be launched. Full details inside.