Tuesday, 10 Jan 2012
Panasonic announces a string of products including the 16.1-megapixel DMC-S5 and 14.1-megapixel DMC-S2, the Full HD video recording DMC-S27 with 14.1-megapixel MOS sensor and HD video recording DMC-SZ1 with 16.1-megapixel CCD sensor, plus four conversion lenses for the Lumix G system cameras.
Built to withstand rough handling and compatible with all USB ports, it comes in multiple color options and is ideal for storing music, videos, school projects, or photos.
Olympus announces five new digital compact cameras; three high-zoom models, a rugged compact and an entry-level compact.
We've been promised some very exciting form factors thanks to the flexibility of Ultrabooks coupled with Windows 8, and the appropriately named Lenovo Ideapad Yoga is one such Ultrabook. This spiffy little form-bender flexes to become a tablet in one moment and then a notebook the next moment.
ROCCAT reveals plans to enter the US gaming peripherals market with gear including (but not limited to) Isku Illuminated Gaming Keyboard, Kone[+] Max Customization Gaming Mouse, and the Kave 5.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset in US.
Viewqwest will extend its Fibernet services without International caps to residential users in the first quarter. The residential roll-out will take place in seven exchanges, mainly in Orchard, Ayer Rajah, East, Jurong West, Tuas, Ang Mo Kio and Bedok exchanges.
A heads up display and audio feedback system that attaches to sport eyewear, Sportiiiis allows athletes to get critical performance data they need to achieve their workout goals without breaking stride.
A short while back, we reported that Acer will be placing big bets on Ultrabooks, and the result is what you see here today -- the Acer Aspire S5. One of the more important tidbits was that Acer will be moving away from producing "cheap" products, and it is clearly evident in the Acer Aspire S5.
Sony has just had its go at CES 2012 and shown off a variety of products. However, the upgraded Walkman was the one that caught our eye. The new version runs on Android and has a unique new design.
Sony's newest addition to the Xperia lineup is now formally known as Xperia S instead of its previous moniker, Xperia Nozumi.