Friday, 28 Sep 2012
Samsung has started sending out press invites for an exclusive launch in New York on the 24th of October. The press invite showcases a picture of a stylus, which gives us a lot of reason to suspect that "The Next Big Thing" is indeed the Galaxy Note II.
Designed for moderate Internet users who live in an average-sized home, the TEW-712BR is a performance oriented entry-level router with the power to easily stream HD video to your television while surfing the Internet.
The Zotac GeForce GTX 660 Ti AMP! Extreme Edition graphics card comes bundled with a Roccat Taito gaming mouse pad, which offers a smooth surface for lightning fast mouse movement with extreme precision, complementing the card's visuals and performance perfectly.
Rumors have it that Google may be planning a US$99 priced Nexus tablet in collaboration with ASUS. And if the whispers are the be believed, the device may just be available in time for Christmas this year.
The highly anticipated Google Nexus 7 (16GB) Wi-Fi will be available in Singapore from 29 September at a recommended retail price of S$399.
Thursday, 27 Sep 2012
WD has expanded its enterprise-class storage offerings with the release of new WD RE SAS and WD RE SATA hard drives in capacities of up to 4TB.
Providing a comprehensive suite of professional DJ mixing tools, the DJ Rig offers numerous new capabilities which were previously only available on professional software for the Mac and PC.
With an ultra-slim aluminum bodies housing lightweight lithium-ion polymer batteries, the CP-F1L and CP-F2L can charge smartphones, tablets, and portable devices.
Wrapped in a special rugged black coating with a gold painted logo, the PSUs incorporate the LLC resonant topology design, which lowers the switching losses, boosting efficiency during power switching.
The projector adopts an adapted version of Sony's 'Reality Creation' technology originally developed for the VPL-VW1000ES 4K home cinema projector, which employs a digitally signal processing algorithm to restore any information lost when packaging from original content to disc, recreating high quality, Full HD images.