- Just Announced
Thursday, 13 Jun 2013
Creative has introduced four new additions to the Sound Blaster EVO family: the EVO ZxR and EVO Zx - the world's first wireless headsets that utilize a built-in multi-core Sound Blaster SB-Axx1 processor, and two affordable headsets - EVO Wireless and EVO.
Wednesday, 12 Jun 2013
In addition to launching Bose's first stereo Bluetooth wireless headphones, Atlas Sound & Vision is also introducing the new Bose Companion 2 Series III multimedia speaker system.
The XA25 and XA20 professional camcorders come equipped with a new DIGIC DV 4 image processor and improved HD CMOS Pro sensor, and are streamlined with advanced controls that include the ability to dual-record a shot simultaneously onto two different video formats.
Toshiba has announced a slew of products including Qosmio and Satellite P-series gaming laptops, Satellite S40 series laptops for everyday use, Portégé Z10t Ultrabook, Excite Pure / Write tablets running on the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean platform, Canvio Connect portable hard drives, palm-held Camileo X150 Full HD camcorder, and a USB Mobile LED Monitor.
Fujifilm and Panasonic have announced the joint development of a brand new organic CMOS image sensor with expanded dynamic range and increased sensitivity. The companies will promote the application of this new sensor to a range of products including security cameras, mobile devices and digital cameras.
Atlas Sound & Vision has introduced the first stereo Bluetooth wireless headphones from Bose - the AE2w Bluetooth headphones, joining the Bose Around-Ear family of AE2 and AE2i headphones.
Leica has officially announced the X Vario, a compact camera with a 16.1MP APS-C sensor and 18-46mm (28-70mm in 35mm equivalent) f/3.5-6.4 lens. The camera comes with a 920k dot 3" LCD, and an optional electronic viewfinder is available. Pricing is, as always with Leica, an eye-watering US$2850.
Google has just announced the acquisition of Waze, a social mapping and navigation app that features real-time traffic data provided by its users. While Google did not disclose the purchase price, the New York Times reports that the deal is in the region of US$1 billion.
Tuesday, 11 Jun 2013
Made with the highest grade Japanese electrolyte and solid capacitors as well as 42mm transformers, the V-series PSUs include extra slim flat-ribbon cables which make cable management a breeze.
Featuring PlanOn's new SaaS (Software as a Service) cloud-based Mobile Enhanced Print Application, the PrintStik prints from Android and Blackberry smartphones via Bluetooth, as well as from computers and laptops through USB.