Tuesday, 7 Jan 2014
Holding on to DSLR cameras for superior picture quality, but getting annoyed for the lack of smart functionality? Then you need to give the XSories Weye Feye attachment a strong consideration to modernize its functions.
Huawei unveiled the Ascend Mate 2 4G at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2014, which comes with a 6.1-inch 720p display, a quad-core 1.6GHz processor and 2GB RAM.
Running on an Intel Core i7-4770R/i5-4570R processor, the Brix Pro is a compact DIY PC kit that incorporates the Intel Iris Graphics 5200, making it ideal for CPU-intensive applications such as image design and video editing, or 3D gaming.
The small cell solution will be made available to enterprise customers as a value-added service with M1's Connectivity BizPac fibre broadband service.
Sure, we've seen dual-booting Windows/Android hybrids before. But convergence just got real at CES, as both Intel and AMD confirmed plans to help PC makers shoehorn Android onto Windows devices.
Lenovo has revealed a slew of products that shows their commitment to multimode computing. There's the Lenovo Yoga 2, Miix 2 and Horizon 2, all of which are improved follow-ups to popular products released last year.
Who says external hard drives have to look boring? LaCie's latest external hard drives are out of this world gorgeous and look nothing like the gadgets we've known.
Sony Electronics has announced a slew of digital imaging products at the CES 2014, including the Alpha A5000, Sony's lightest APS-C interchangeable lens camera with built-in Wi-Fi and NFC.
Sony's new Bluetooth Speakers, the SRS-X-9, boast the capability of being able to handle high resolution audio. Could we finally be witnessing the birth of a wireless speaker that would appeal to audiophiles?
Sony has just unveiled the 11.6-inch Vaio Fit 11A convertible ultra-portable notebook. This device is essentially an 11-inch version of the recently released Sony Vaio Fit series of convertible notebooks, with the only difference being its Intel Bay Trail-M processor.