- Just Announced
Wednesday, 20 Feb 2013
Sony has extended its line of Cyber-shot cameras with the new Cyber-shot WX300, HX300 and TX30 compact digital cameras.
Tat Chuan Acoustic will be launching the Sonos Playbar in Singapore on 5th Mar. Marrying exposed aluminum with high performance speaker fabric, the full Wireless Hi-Fi system does not require any subwoofer or speaker wire, easily fitting into any room and setup.
On top of announcing the SLT-A58 and NEX-3N, Sony has introduced a host of lenses and accessories to complement the cameras.
Sony has announced the SLT-A58, Sony's latest DSLR offering and first to feature 'TRIMUMINOS Color' support, as well as the NEX-3N, the smallest and lightest interchangeable-lens camera with a large APS-C sized sensor.
The Aiptek MobileCinema A50P will be hitting Singapore shores from March 2013. The compact-sized external pico projector for MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link)-enabled Android phones and HDMI devices easily plugs in to project their contents at up to 60 inches.
NVIDIA has officially announced its Chimera Computational Photography Architecture. First seen at CES 2013, Chimera's computational photography engine offers leverage to the compute prowess of the Tegra 4 chips in order to perform faster post-processing tasks on captured images.
OCZ Technology today announced a new 20nm NAND flash version of its Vertex 3 SSD Series - the Vertex 3.20.
Featuring a 20x zoom lens which offers a 1-second maximum speed over its entire zoom range, along with a minimum object distance of 0.9M (10mm with macro), the new lens is ideal for videographers who require superior quality in applications such as wedding and corporate videos, education films, or documentaries.
NVIDIA has announced its Tegra 4i mobile processor. Besides featuring an integrated 4G LTE modem, this system-on-chip (SoC) sports a 2.3GHz quad-core R4 Cortex-A9 CPU, a graphics engine with sixty custom NVIDIA GPU cores and a low-power battery saver core.
The Bolt Titan Edition employs the world's fastest graphics card, the NVIDIA GTX Titan, which utilizes the same technology that powers Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Titan, the world's fastest supercomputer.