Tuesday, 8 Jan 2013
Home entertainment buffs and audio enthusiasts take note, Panasonic has just unveiled a few products that might just catch your fancy.
A pocket-sized personal tracking tool that helps users achieve their personal health and fitness goals, it adds pulse measurement to the number of steps taken, strides run, distances covered, calories burned, and quality of sleep.
Olympus has just announced what is possibly the world's most stabilized digital compact camera. What they've done is take the advanced 5-axis optical image stabilization from the flagship OM-D E-M5 and put it inside the Stylus SH-50.
Who says innovation is dead? Canon's new PowerShot N is a brand new concept that's about as new as anything we've seen from digital cameras in the last few years. It's not a spec powerhouse, but it is interesting - the N is built around a tilting touch-screen and comes with built-in Wi-Fi that lets you connect to your smartphone or tablet.
Enveloped in the grapefuit-size Xi3 Modular computer chassis, Xi3's new development stage product is designed specifically to support both Steam and its Big Picture mode for residential and LAN party computer gaming on larger, high-definition screens.
Wireless audio was one of the most popular trends of 2012 and if Sony's showing at CES 2013 is anything to go by, it does not look like the fad will be abating any time soon. Sony has introduced a total of four models which incorporate both Bluetooth and NFC technology to provide wireless sound.
LG has unveiled several new TV and related products at CES 2013. Some that caught our attention are new Google TVs and wider variety of Ultra HD TVs. The company has also stated its plans for its 55-inch OLED TV for the US market.
ASUS has introduced new products which will elevate gaming and home entertainment at the CES 2013.
Intel has just outlined its plans for desktop and mobile computing this year at CES 2013, confirming a new mobile platform for smartphones, its next-generation Atom microarchitecture and 4th generation Core processors.
Sony has announced seven new Cyber-shot digital compact cameras, with an Optical SteadyShot feature that's up to four times more effective than last year's model. Plus, Wi-Fi!