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Tuesday, 8 Jan 2013
Wireless audio was one of the most popular trends of 2012 and if Sony's showing at CES 2013 is anything to go by, it does not look like the fad will be abating any time soon. Sony has introduced a total of four models which incorporate both Bluetooth and NFC technology to provide wireless sound.
LG has unveiled several new TV and related products at CES 2013. Some that caught our attention are new Google TVs and wider variety of Ultra HD TVs. The company has also stated its plans for its 55-inch OLED TV for the US market.
ASUS has introduced new products which will elevate gaming and home entertainment at the CES 2013.
Sony has announced seven new Cyber-shot digital compact cameras, with an Optical SteadyShot feature that's up to four times more effective than last year's model. Plus, Wi-Fi!
Not intending to miss all the CES 2013 furore, Nikon has announced two additions to their Nikon 1 series cameras and another two additions to their COOLPIX series as well.
Samsung Introduces Revamped Smart Hub and S-Recommendation with Voice Interaction Feature on 2013 Smart TV Range
To facilitate a more intuitive TV browsing experience, Samsung will be introducing a revamped Smart Hub as well as new features like S-Recommendation and voice interaction.
With the help of a music player and a gateway device, Nuvo brings a smart solution for providing wireless audio in every room for your house. Based on advanced, dual band WiFi and MIMO technologies the system can handle 16 simultaneous streams at 600 Kbps.
NZXT has just announced the HALE90 V2 power supply unit. It is a fully modular PSU with an 80 Plus Gold rating. Sporting a plain black and white exterior, its appearance belies the engineering complexity of what goes on inside it!
Sony has announced a new Handycam range of Full HD camcorders at the CES 2013. The new Handycam models come with proprietary Balanced Optical SteadyShot technology, Exmor R CMOS sensor, and Advanced Sound System (on selected models), among others.
Fujifilm has announced the successors to their high-end X100 and X10 cameras with the X100S and the X20. Both cameras come with Fujifilm's newly developed X-Trans CMOS II sensor, which Fujifilm says can increase resolution by 25% and reduce image noise by more than 30%.