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Wednesday, 7 Jan 2015
Through clever splitting and sharing of pixels, which result in way more sub-pixels than usual, Sharp says its Aquos Beyond 4K Ultra HD TV offers better image quality than all the other 4K sets out there.
That's right, for US$150, the new Alcatel Watch can easily pass off as the more expensive Motorola Moto 360 - minus some functionality. Find out how similar (or different) it really is.
Designed for UHS-II devices, the new card has read and write speeds of up to 280MB/s and 250MB/s respectively.
With concurrent 433Mbps Wireless-AC and 300Mbps Wireless-N bands, users can quickly convert a single wired or wireless Internet connection into a shared Wi-Fi network for other wireless devices.
Dell went back to the drawing board to come up with a new design ID and made the smallest 13-inch notebook even more compact, lighter, powerful and has a gorgeous edge-to-edge display. Meet the new XPS 13.
Bang & Olufsen has just unveiled their new BeoSound Moment, a detachable wireless music system that features the world’s first touch-sensitive wood interface.
Gigabyte has updated its Brix and Brix s mini-PC series with new Intel Broadwell mobile CPUs. Find out what these palm-sized PC kits have to offer!
Creative’s Sound Blaster X7 - a high-resolution external USB DAC and audio amplifier – now comes in an exclusive pearl white color, as well as some additional high end touches.
Kodak’s first smartphone is going to be called the IM5, and will feature a simple user interface, custom imaging functions, and advanced remote management that allows your friends and family offer help via PC or tablet.
Gigabyte has unveiled the X99 SOC Champion motherboard at CES 2015. Packed with features for overclocking, read on to uncover their extremities!