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Featuring a push-in/pull-out dock design, the Soma Travel has the ability to work even if you don't remove your device's protective casing. With so many iPod speaker docks in the current market, how will this one stand out? Read on for our evaluation.
Made for the enthusiast photographer, the 10-megapixel P7100 features a large 1/1.7-inch CCD image sensor along with a 7.1x optical zoom lens. Read on to find out how it fared in our tests.
The Wacom Intuos5 comes enveloped in a matte rubber-coated finish, and includes soft contoured buttons in place of hard-edged side buttons and their labels found on the Intuos4. We dive in to see if its performance surpasses that of its predecessor.
The USB 3.0-equipped Icy Dock MB981U3-1SA is a docking station designed primarily for your 2.5/3.5-inch SATA hard disk drives or solid-state drives. It will also work for legacy IDE HDDs by way of an adapter. We find out if this screw-less docking station delivers.
The Moda includes a string of Philips technologies and comes in a sleek, glossy finish and die cast aluminum base. Designed to be a premium range of LED monitors, will this model perform as well as its aesthetics?
Equipped with standard features a gaming headset would offer, like 40mm drivers and the expected 20Hz to 20kHz frequency response, the Shock One also comes with a bi-directional microphone. How will this seemingly average gaming gear deliver? We find out.
The Canon Legria HF M41 includes creative cinematic functions like Story Creator which has five predefined themes. Priced at S$1,449, its costs $300 more than the M400 camcorder from the same Canon Legria M series family. We set out to see if the M41 is worth its price tag.
The first ever Android-compatible headphones, the Image S4a, is a modification of the standard Klipsch Image S4. Equipped with a single multifunction button in addition to 8.5mm drivers, the Image S4a will set you back by S$169. Read on to see if the headphones are worth their price tag.
The success of Beats has brought about many celebrity-endorsed headphones. The latest one comes in the form of a flashy SL300 - an over-ear, closed-back headphones with active noise cancelling. We find out if it is worth its S$599 price tag.
As its name implies, the Sonos Play:3 comes with three drivers each powered by a dedicated Class-D amplifier, and enables streaming from your music library, music services, and radio stations. Read on to find out if this compact wireless music system delivers.