Thursday, 13 Oct 2011
Sony's DEV-5 and DEV-5K are the world's first digital binoculars that also record Full HD video with stereo sound at the touch of a button.
Right after SingTel, M1 has just updated its iPhone website, allowing users to register for updates regarding the iPhone 4S, which will be arriving on 28th October.
Specifically designed for use with Mac computers and Apple Time Machine, the My Passport portable hard drives feature compact, elegant Mac-inspired designs with high capacity storage options and exceptional security.
Nokia introduces the Nokia 603, a colourful, affordable, no compromise smartphone preloaded with the latest apps and featuring single-tap pairing, sharing and tag reading with NFC. Also announced is the Nokia Luna Bluetooth Headset.
The Gefen Toolbox KVM ELR (Extra Long Range) Extender for HDMI sends 1080p full HD video with USB peripherals, Ethernet connectivity and IR control using two CAT-5 cables.
Thermaltake debuts the Transporter Carry Bag which offers LAN game party fanatics a burly chassis carry bag that maximizes portability.
MSI has released the mainboard BIOS with full AMD AM3+ 8-core CPU support for download today.
The new reader utilizes a SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface and supports the latest ultra high speed card formats, including SDHC UHS-1, SDXC UHS-1, UDMA6/UDMA7 CF and MSXC cards.
Symantec recently released its public beta of the Norton 360 Version 6.0.
With the release of AM3+ socket processors by AMD, ASUS is first in the market to provide a diversified 9-Series motherboard lineup to support the 32nm AMD FX Series CPUs, which are the first processors featuring up to eight cores on a single chip.