BenQ has launched its latest 4K UHD digital home cinema projector – X12000 with true 8.3 million pixel detail.
Sony has brought out the big guns with its Xperia Z Ultra. But given the device’s 6.4-inch display, is it simply too big for everyday use?
The new solution connects devices with speeds of up to 500 Mbps when using computers, tablets, consoles and televisions throughout their home.
Monitor specialist AOC recently launched a number of new display products for its myDisplay family.
Toshiba Gulf recently launched the Portégé Z10t, an Ultrabook–tablet hybrid that the vendor said is designed for the professional environment.
Plextor recently unveiled its next-generation of SSD (solid-state drive), which uses the world’s smallest 64-gigabit NAND memory chip on 19-nanometer (nm) process technology, at Computex 2013.
The upshot is that, if you want something a little more capable than your smartphone camera, and you don’t want to pay much for it, you won’t go wrong with the WB250F.
R&M on Sunday announced that it had upgraded its entire range of fibre optic cables for data centres to bend-insensitive multimode fibre (BIMMF) standards.
At the E3 conference this week, AMD unveiled what it says is the world’s first commercially available 5 GHz CPU processor, the FX-9590.
Imation this week unveiled its next-generation object store, the Nexsan Assureon secure automated archive solution, which, the vendor said, cost-effectively consolidates storage tiers, secures data and simplifies storage management.