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Thursday, 6 Sep 2012
Available in black or white, the Sony Xperia Tipo Dual is priced at S$248 (without contract) and retails at M1, Xperia Concept Stores, Sony Stores, and Sony Centres.
Fujifilm has announced the second body in their retro-tastic mirrorless system. The X-E1 is smaller than the X-Pro1 and will be more affordable than the X-Pro1, but the specs still pack a surprising punch when compared against its older sibling.
The FleX feature enables users to connect low-cost DVI monitors for the first three screens in landscape or portrait mode, providing a cost-effective solution for increased productivity in content creation and editing applications as well as for display systems or multi-screen gaming.
Wednesday, 5 Sep 2012
Sony has launched its Bravia EX430 and EX330 range of Direct Lit LED TVs (KLV-40EX430 & KLV-32EX330) as well as Dynamic Edged LED (KLV-24EX430).
Sanus is now shipping the VisionMount VLF320 Super Slim full-motion wall mount for 37-70-inch flat-panel TVs weighing up to 54kg.
Razer has just announced a refresh to its 17.3-inch gaming notebook, the Razer Blade. While the design remains the same, the second generation Blade will feature a currently unspecified third generation Intel Core i7 processor and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660M GPU.
With core members Microsoft, Starhub, and Institute for Infocomm Research, the Singapore White Spaces Pilot Group (SWSPG) unveiled a series of commercial TV White Spaces trials across Singapore today. Read on for more.
Chipmaker Intel will be revealing more details of their next generation Core processor at IDF next week. Besides that, we can expect to see more innovative Ultrabook and tablet technologies that aim to change how you work and play in the future.
Seeing red? Thermaltake and BMWDesignUSA revealed their red Level 10 M gaming mouse during their press conference at Computex 2012. This brought the total number of color variations of the gaming mouse to four!
Built from the cloud up, Windows Server 2012 applies its experience operating global datacenters which rely on hundreds of thousands of servers to deliver more than 200 cloud services.