Thursday, 9 Jan 2014
Creative revealed its latest high fidelity compact booklet-sized high fidelity wireless speaker system at CES this week.
VisionTek has just announced the CryoVenom graphics card with a custom built water cooling system. The CryoVenom features an overclocked AMD Radeon R9 290 GPU that is cooled by a water block, and a backplate solution, ensuring its optimal performance under extreme temperatures.
Designed to optimize the DTS Headphone:X experience across product lines, the new program offers headphone manufacturers access to tools and support, and maintain their signature sound across all DTS Headphone:X-equipped mobile devices.
On top of showcasing the REC15A Wi-Fi Range Extender at the CES 2014, Amped Wireless has announced the PCI20E High Power AC1200 Wi-Fi PCI-E Adapter.
The REC15A High Power Compact 802.11ac Wi-Fi Range Extender extends the signal of any standard 802.11a/b/g/n or ac Wi-Fi router by repeating, amplifying, and redistributing the signal in a new extended location, and packs up to 500mW of Wi-Fi output power, to further eliminate dead spots while achieving more range.
McAfee will deliver the McAfee LiveSafe service worldwide as a preinstall on selected new HP consumer and commercial PCs.
PowerColor has announced the PCS+ R9 290X and R9 290 graphics cards. Both cards feature overclocked GPU cores and video memory. Fret not as they are cooled by the PCS+ cooling solution that the company claims to be 24% cooler than reference design ones.
The Razer Nabu is a new wearable technology product that Razer describes as part-smart watch, part-fitness band, both delivering notifications from your smartphone to your wrist as well as tracking bio data like steps taken.
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) will be implementing a Wi-Fi connection trial at 28 MRT station platforms from mid 2014.
While Razer's Project Christine may be getting lots of attention, you can't actually buy one. You can however, get this aluminum and glass beauty from Taiwanese manufacturer In Win.