As successor to the SLT-A55, the SLT-A57 translucent mirror digital camera comes with a host of features including (but not limited to) Auto-HDR and Sweep Panorama. Find out if it met our expectations.
Priced at S$165, the Nokia Purity Stereo Headset by Monster features 9mm dynamic drivers and flat, non-tangle cords. Made almost entirely out of plastic, will these funky-colored in-ears meet our standards? Read on to find out.
As successor to the SMCWGBR14-N model released almost four years ago, the N2 comes packed with most of the standard features you would expect from a low cost current-generation single-band Wireless-N router. We find out if this wireless SOHO gateway is a decent consideration.
Designed to be ultra-lightweight without compromising on style, the LunaTik Lynk is constructed from aluminum and silicone. With so many wristband accessories for the 6th and 7th gen iPod Nano, how will this one stand out? Read on to find out.
Built for heavy-duty printing, the OfficeJet Pro 8600 Plus comes equipped with Wi-Fi connectivity, and sports an industrial, no frills design. We find out if it is worth its S$599 price tag.
Compatible with the iPod, iPhone, and even the iPad, the Soundfreaq SFQ-03 with its 2.2-speaker configuration supports audio playback through its docking cradle or wirelessly via Bluetooth. It can also be paired with other devices including Android smartphones and allows charging via USB. We find out how this Sound Stack matches up against existing iDevice designed docking stations in the market.
With brushed-aluminum finishing, the 52PFL9606 Smart LED TV sports Ambilight Spectra XL, which is essentially ambilight LEDs along the top and sides to provide a more uniform glow around the unit. Aesthetics aside, will it impress us? We find out.
So this was 2012 and what has tech done? Another year over and a new one just about to begin. We look back on the year and analyze what went right and what went wrong in six major categories: Televisions, notebooks, tablets, cameras, mobile phones and gaming.
Priced at S$330, the on-ear Nokia Purity HD Stereo Headset by Monster is very travel-friendly, with its flat cables as well as the ability to be folded and stowed away neatly in the carrying case. We take it to the labs to see if its hefty price tag is justifiable.
Like the older a-Jays Four, the t-Jays Four is also for use with Apple iPhones, but it also sports a few new features including 10mm dynamic drivers, and vented bass ports on the back of the ear buds to increase bass performance. We find out if it sounds as good as its specs suggest.