Event Coverage

PC Show 2015 highlights

By Team HardwareZone - 5 Jun 2015

Dell, Epson & Fujifilm


At 6mm thick, the 8.4-inch Dell Venue 8 7000 is the world's thinnest tablet. But that doesn't mean it's underpowered. Inside, you'll find an Intel Atom 2.3GHz processor, 2GB RAM and 16GB storage, with a microSD slot for expandable storage up to 512GB. It also boasts a gorgeous QHD (2560 x 1600) OLED edge to edge display. Usual price, $699, but you can pick one up from the PC Show for $669, and you'll also get a free Bluetooth folio keyboard.

Read our hands-on with the Dell Venue 8 here.

The Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook boasts an Intel Core i7-5500 U processor, 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. On the display front, it sports an impressive 3200 x 1800 touch display, which should make for extremely sharp images on its 13.3-inch screen. It is available for $2,199 and will come bundled with accidental damage coverage and a mini DisplayPort to VGA adaptor. What's more, its chiclet, backlit keyboard is just a pleasure to look at!

A 4K touch-capable display on a notebook? That's exactly what the Dell Inspiron 15 7000 offers. With that many pixels packed into a 15.6-inch display, there's little else to complain about when it comes to image quality. The notebook is powered by an Intel Core i7-5500U processor and comes with 16GB of RAM, a 1TB HDD and a discrete AMD Radeon R7 M270 card. It's price is fairly attractive too at just $1,999.

The Dell Inspiron 23-inch Touch is a capable AIO system that can fold flat against your table, allowing you to use it in the style of a tablet. It has an Intel Core i7-4710MQ processor, 12GB of RAM, and a 1TB hybrid storage drive. It even includes an Intel RealSense 3D camera, which boasts features like face-tracking. It can be yours for $2,099.

The S2340L is a full HD 23-inch monitor that uses an IPS panel. It has a 7ms response time, and supports both VGA and HDMI. Usually, it costs $249, but at the PC Show, you can get it for $199. It comes with a free HDMI cable too.

Need a bigger monitor? The S2715H is a 27-inch Full HD monitor that costs $379. It sports an IPS panel, a 6ms response time, and integrated speakers. Connectivity-wise, VGA, HDMI/MHL, and USB 2.0 support are onboard.



The Epson L355 is a Wi-Fi enabled AIO Ink Tank Printer that prints at 33/15ppm (Mono/Color). It supports Epson iPrint, and uses Epson’s Low Cost High Yield Ink Bottles for cost effective printing. Pick this up at PC Show2015 at $299 (usual price S$329) and you’ll get 2 additional bottles  of black ink. It comes with a warranty that covers you for one year or 30,000 pages (whichever comes first), and is going for a special show price of S$299 (usual price S$329) with S$20 of NTUC vouchers and a free trolley.

The Epson L555 is another Wi-Fi enabled AIO Ink Tank Printer. It also prints at 33/15ppm (Mono/Color), supports Epson iPrint, and uses Epson’s Low Cost High Yield Ink Bottles for cost effective printing. This is going for a show special of $359 (usual price $399), and comes with $20 of NTUC vouchers and a free trolley. There is also a 1 year or 30,0000 pages warranty included.



The X-T1 graphite silver edition pictured is a 16.3-megapixel APS-C camera with Fujifilm’s acclaimed X-Trans CMOS II sensor and the ability to go up to 1/32,000 second thanks to its electronic shutter. It’s going for $2,199 at this show and comes with a free 16GB SD card, an extra NWP126 battery, a 16GB UHS-II SD card, cleaning kit, X-series product workshop, and a $100 of NTUC vouchers. You can also trade in any DSLR (in working condition) at the show to get $400 cashback off the purchase.  Further, purchase with purchase specials for XF lenses (except the XF16-55mm, XF16mm & XF90mm) where you get $200 off with purchase of one lens, $450 with purchase of two lenses, and $800 off with purchase of three lenses.

You can find out more about the Fujifilm X-T1 here.

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