News: Just Announced
Tuesday, 1 Jul 2014
Samsung has just unveiled the world’s first consumer 3D Vertical NAND SSD, the SSD 850 Pro, at the Samsung SSD Global Summit in South Korea.
Plextor has just announced the launch of the M6e M.2 PCIe Gen2 X2 SSD, a 2280 (80x22mm) M.2 PCIe form factor SSD that has specifically been designed to deliver performance storage to gaming notebooks and M.2 compatible motherboards.
An update to the iTunes U app will provide new tools and functionalities for educators to create and manage courses directly on the iPad; students will also be able to participate in discussions and ask their teachers questions without having to exit the app.
Monday, 30 Jun 2014
Looking for a high-end home theater projector? If so, here's a heads-up: Sony's super-impressive but also super-expensive VPL-VW1100ES 4K projector is now available in Singapore.
Dolby Atmos Coming to Home Theaters; Yamaha's Aventage RX-A3040 and RX-A2040 Receivers to Support It Soon
Dolby Laboratories has announced that its Atmos surround sound tech is coming to home theaters. And Yamaha is quick to announce that its Aventage RX-A3040 and RX-A2040 AV receivers will support it soon via a firmware update.
The Panasonic 3E is a semi-rugged tablet/notebook that is resistant to dust, drops and spills. It comes with several accessories for the classroom, and runs on Windows 8.1 Pro for Education.
Sunday, 29 Jun 2014
Digital Expo 2014 will be happening from July 4 to 6 at the Singapore Expo, with huge discounts from more than 100 participating brands including Samsung, LG, Toshiba, Canon and Panasonic.
Friday, 27 Jun 2014
Yamaha has recently released several new firmware updates for its AV receivers. For owners of the RX-A1030/2030/3030, the key improvement is the included support for 4K/60p.
Sony neckband-style, Bluetooth wireless headset, the SBH80, has arrived in stores. Sporting balanced armature drivers and aptX codec support, this lightweight headset can also alert you of your smartphone's notifications through discreet vibrations.
Google's Project Tango, its engineering concept that will let devices see the environment around them the same way the human eye does, got a lot closer to consumer hands today when Google announced it will be partnering with LG to bring a Project Tango tablet to market as early as 2015.