Tuesday, 24 May 2016
Aftershock PC has announced its Nano series of mini PCs, a new line of ultra-compact systems targeted at both the casual home user and graphics and video editors.
The iBOT motorized wheelchair is making a comeback thanks to Toyota, who has just signed an agreement to join forces with DEKA Research and Development.
Spotify has upgraded its family plan to match Apple Music's offering. The new family plan now costs only S$14.98/month for six users, and represents a huge improvement over its predecessor.
The latest M238 Wireless Mouse by Logitech uses a quirky color palette to bring a sprightly feel to these everyday devices.
Toshiba will be making a comeback at the 2016 PC Show with a full range of business notebooks and accessories.
Samsung's next wearable is rumored to be releasing next month, but we probably already know what it looks like thanks to leaked images that have appeared online.
Monday, 23 May 2016
The 6-inch Android OS smartphone will start its retail in Singapore, and it can be found at in local shops and at PC Show 2016. Jump in to see the prices and specifications.
Tt eSports has announced the Level 10 M Advanced, an upgraded version of the original Level 10 M gaming mouse. The new mouse retains the signature design of the original, while adding features like a 16,000DPI sensor, RGB illumination, and improved ergonomics.
The Android OS modular smartphone for Google has been brought back to life, with the developer edition of the phone shipping out this year.
A teaser video released by Motorola on YouTube has been spotted by several tech journals, prompting some to wonder if it’s a hint their popular Razr phone is coming back.