Wednesday, 18 Jan 2012
Capable of maintaining conversations clear and natural, the Bose Bluetooth headset Series 2 includes its dual microphone system to improve speech intelligibility beyond conventional Bluetooth headsets.
Despite being a late comer to the smartphone game, Intel claimed that its Medfield processor would bring great improvements in both power and efficiency on the Android platform.
EVGA announces v2.1.2 of its overclocking graphics card software with the updated EVGA Voltage Tuner eliminating the bug preventing EVTune from applying settings at Windows startup.
What do you call a 65-inch multi-touch 3D display that's running off a Core i7 processor and Windows 7? Ideum would like to call it the MT65 Presenter Multi-touch Wall. The 1920 by 1080p display will also include integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth besides its Ethernet perk.
Tuesday, 17 Jan 2012
Building on the legacy of ROG (Republic of Gamers) motherboards, the Rampage IV GENE delivers to gamers enhanced fidelity and speed with features like SupremeFX III EMI-shielded audio, ROG GameFirst technology, and ROG Extreme Engine Digi+ II digital voltage regulation.
Powered by an ARM926 processor, it supports HD video output in full 1080p resolution at 30fps while featuring the flexibility and functionality of the Android platform.
Sony Japan teases with a 'Dot Switch' video, highlighting the powers of the Xperia Arc and its universal remote awesomeness. It even works with a robotic arm if the video is to be believed.
Easy for users to access data synchronized across their DiskStation and RackStation, desktops, and laptops, it is also secure for businesses to store and backup their critical data.
With more control and precision than a typical laptop's touchpad, the M187 comes with a three-year limited hardware warranty, and is tiny enough to fit into your purse or pocket.
ARM CEO Warren East said in an interview at CES 2012 that he was not impressed with Intel's foray into the mobile smartphone market. He added that ARM took Intel as a serious competitior; however, Intel mobile smartphone CPUs would not be as power efficient as ARM's offerings.