Wednesday, 30 May 2012
Boasting a print speed of 93 labels per minute, the QL-700 includes the P-touch Editor version 5 software, allowing users to customize their prints. Also, the "Plug and Print" capability allows users to connect a USB cable to start labeling immediately.
With protection against dust and water immersion, the Xperia Go and Xperia Acro S enable easy connectivity to share and enjoy content on the TV, smartphone, laptop or tablet.
Creative has announced a new Sound Blaster chip and Sound BlasterAxx, a one-piece do-it-all audio device that aims to bridge the multiple worlds of PCs, Macs, and smart mobile devices.
Aimed at business users, the high-speed fiber optic broadband service grants users Mission Critical class of service which provides lower latencies, jitter and packet loss, with speeds of up to 1Gbps.
Inspired by tactical aviator headsets and with an exclusive BF3 design, it incorporates Razer's sound-isolating technology to block out ambient noise so you can better concentrate on gaming.
Motherboards adopting the latest Intel and AMD platforms will be displayed with the introduction of the Nonstop Technology improving their durability and stability. ECS will also showcase upcoming Ultrabooks based on the Ivy Bridge platform.
Google and Samsung just revealed the next generation Chromebook as well as a new Samsung Chromebox. Both sport similar Intel Celeron dual-core processors and 4GB of RAM.
A tablet device by the name of Google ASUS Nexus 7 appeared in a benchmark result. The listed specs include NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core 1.3GHz processor, a screen resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels and Android 4.1.
An unpatched exploit that affects Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 8 Consumer Preview allows a user to launch a system shell by manipulating the sticky keys function. This hack is straightforward to implement as it can be executed in a matter of minutes.
Nikon releases a firmware update which fixes the issue of its D800 and D4 cameras freezing up during use.