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Wednesday, 23 Jan 2013
Sporting a black scheme with military green accents, the GX700's tactical appearance is complemented with rugged-looking fan control switch, eight functioning clasps, a removable and perforated front air filter, along with a bright red power button.
DTS has developed a roadmap of technologies to address all aspects of creation, distribution, and playback of atmospheric audio for UHD/4K media. Instead of adapting the system designed for cinema, this solution is designed from the start with consumer home and mobile applications in mind.
Sony has announced a new 20mm f/2.8 pancake lens for the NEX E-mount cameras. With the E-mount's 1.5x crop factor, this lens will have a 35mm equivalent focal length of 30mm. The pancake design is slim but not especially bright at f/2.8.
Micron has just announced their new P400m high-endurance MLC NAND SSD for enterprise use.
IK Multimedia has released a series of portable stereo speakers under the iLoud moniker. These speakers aim to deliver sonic accuracy which is on par with professional audio monitor sets for the musician on the go.
Announced earlier at the CES 2013, the Acer Iconia B1-A71 is a 7-inch entry-level tablet which comes with a triangular corner grip on the lower left side that improves single-hand usage. It is priced at S$249 (8GB version) with the option to top up your storage with a microSD slot.
Tuesday, 22 Jan 2013
The HTC Butterfly will be available at M1, StarHub and other authorized resellers from 26 January at a recommended retail price of S$928.
Built with special Micro Channels that maximize heat dissipation, the integrated pump/waterblock combo featured on the Seidon 120XL and 240M helps save valuable space around the CPU socket while providing the same performance and reliability as air-based CPU coolers.
Dell today announced the Latitude 10 essentials configuration, in addition to its Latitude 10 standard configuration launched earlier in November 2012. The enterprise-ready tablet option aims to cater to budget-conscious customers, such as schools and small businesses.
Acer is reported to be working on launching premium laptops, and possibly an ultrabook, which will feature screen resolutions of 2880 x 1620 pixels. Just last week at CES 2013, the company showcased a 15-inch prototype that features this high PPI (pixels per inch) display.