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Friday, 22 Mar 2013
Following the announcement of the Thermaltake Urban S21 earlier this month, the company has unveiled yet another chassis from the Urban series - Urban S31.
Fujifilm is extending its XP range of tough cameras with the compact FinePix XP200 and introduces the FinePix S8400W long zoom bridge camera. Both models come equipped with Wi-Fi capabilities.
UP and its app system helps monitor your movements, such as how you sleep, move, eat and feel, and how those activities affect one another. It delivers useful and engaging information through a smartphone app that generates personalized insights to help you understand the data, as well as achieve your goals.
Olympus has announced the Stylus XZ-10, an enthusiast camera with a fast f/1.8-2.7 lens and 5x optical zoom. The main difference between this and the flagship XZ-2 camera is its smaller size and sensor.
ASUS has announced its HD 7790 DirectCU II graphics card. Utilizing an overclocked AMD Radeon HD 7790 GPU and dual-fan cooling, the card offers DX11 gaming and multimedia performance with 28nm GPU technology, and supports the newest PC games in mid-to-high detail settings at Full HD.
The updated version of THX tune-up for iOS has been released so you can maximize your entertainment experience for free from 21-28 March.
Thursday, 21 Mar 2013
Samsung has launched the region's first Enterprise Experience Centre in Singapore as well as signed a MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) with NYP (Nanyang Polytechnic) to establish a Digital Convergence & Mobility Innovation Centre.
LG has introduced the LG Pocket Photo Printer, a palm-sized pocket printer which instantly prints any photo taken from mobile phones using inkless paper.
Logitech has announced its new G line which includes six refreshed mice and keyboards, as well as two headsets.
Swiss National Supercomputing Centre (CSCS) is upgrading its Piz Daint supercomputer with NVIDIA Tesla K20X GPUs, with the assistance of Cray, the supercomputer company. After its upgrade, Piz Daint will be the first petascale supercomputer in Switzerland.