IFA is Europe's biggest and most important tech show, and here are the 8 coolest and most important new devices that were unveiled this year.
To celebrate its 35th anniversary, Seagate has unveiled its new Seven portable external hard disk drive. Measuring just 7mm thick, it is the world's thinnest portable external hard disk drive. We check out to see if it offers more than just stunning slim looks.
Augmented reality doesn't have to be the prerogative of expensive, clunky headsets. With these mobile apps, you can discover new ways to interact with your everyday reality!
Boasting convenient plug-and-play capabilities, Canon's P-215 scanner draws power from a single USB cable and has the ability to produce high-quality documents of up to 600dpi resolution in monochrome, grayscale, and full-color. However at 1kg, it is a tad on the heavy side. Will its functionality make up for its weight? Hit the link to find out.
With signature matte-black looks, the "+" in a-Jays One+ denotes compatibility with Android smartphones, with a single button which helps control playback and microphone housed in the in-line pod. Read on to find out if it met our expectations.
Solar power is a prudent renewable energy resource to tap, especially in tropical countries. The GoalZero Guide 10 Plus Mobile Kit allows you to go green, complete with a handy built-in LED flashlight. We take it for a quick spin to find out how it fared.
The main feature of the Third Rail Slim iPhone case is the slide-on battery which fits in at the back of the case. The Lithium-ion 1,250mAh battery has a set of five lights which display the level of charge for the device. Still, is it worth its S$159 price tag? We find out.
The TomTom Navigation app for the iPhone/iPad allows integration of both Facebook and Twitter to the app's already impressive list of features. Read on to find out how this app fares against independent GPS navigation devices with larger screens.
Equipped with the Intel Atom D525 processor with 1GB of DDR2 memory, the 4-bay Promise SmartStor NS4700 offers five USB ports and two Gigabit Ethernet ports. Priced competitively at S$1,049, find out if it works as fine as it looks.
Priced at S$550, the 4-bay Thecus N4100EVO NAS runs on a a 600MHz dual-core Cavium CPU (ARM-based architecure) and includes dedicated hardware for the business of building (or rebuilding) RAID arrays. We take it to the labs to see if this one will stand out from its competitors.