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Wednesday, 9 May 2012
HP unveils imaging and printing solutions, business-driven PCs, and ultrabook systems including (but not limited to) the HP Envy Spectre XT, HP Envy Sleekbooks and Ultrabook systems, HP EliteBook Folio 9470m, and the HP Officejet 150 Mobile All-in-One printer.
The update makes multi-platform wireless streaming of data to any Wi-Fi-enabled mobile device via a web browser possible.
The new firmware doubles sequential write performance for lower capacity models, boosts sequential read performance at low queue depths, and enhances general performance under real-world workloads comprising mixed reads and writes.
Tuesday, 8 May 2012
The ruggedized FinePix XP170 includes the Wireless Image Transfer so users can connect to an Android smartphone/tablet or iPhone/iPad with the camera and upload images to SNS as soon as a picture is shot.
Olympus has announced a brand-new high-end Tough camera named the TG-1. While Olympus has long pioneered a series of rugged Tough cameras for the adventurous photographer, the TG-1 is a little different: It's aiming to be the cream of the Tough cameras crop, with impressive specs marrying the shock-proof and weather-proof case.
Engineered to deliver high output charging in a compact body, the P1 has a 7000mAh power capacity and is compatible with the iPhone/iPad/iPod touch, and most USB devices on the market.
Apple released an update to its iOS 5.1.1 that aims to fix minor bugs that have been affecting iPhones, iPads, and iPod touch devices.
Monday, 7 May 2012
ASUS announces the availability of 4 new notebooks powered by Intel's latest Ivy Bridge processors - the stylish K Series, N Series with SonicMaster Premium Audio, and the ROG G Series.
Featuring a base clock speed at 915MHz with 6008MHz DDR memory, the GTX 690 features two Kepler GPU cores and is backed by a staggering 4GB of GDDR5 VRAM.
Users can now remotely access and run their Macs and all of the operating systems, applications and files they need right from their iOS mobile device, without compromising on image quality.