Think you know your gaming rig? Think again. Forget everything you know, the new Alienware Area-51 is nothing you have seen before. Since their last model in 2009 they have rebuilt everything from ground up with brand new phenomenal design feats.
You demand the best systems on Earth. We reimagined this system from the inside out, and it performs true to our legacy of excellence. It’s a perfect convergence of power and design.
For many businesses, a Point of Sales system is an absolute necessity to conduct business. Choosing a POS system that works for your company requires research and understanding what your business needs. It’s important for you to be prepared and ask for help if needed. When you’re prepared, finding the system that is right for you is a matter of simply knowing what to look for. Read more
PBX solutions have been used by companies for many years. However, with the technology rapidly changing and evolving, you may feel as though it’s hard to keep up with the changes. Keeping the most crucial needs in mind is essential.
Knowing how many phone numbers, extensions and phones to use ahead of time makes the transition easier. Knowing whether you want to keep using your current number, get a toll-free number or a vanity number is also essential. Lastly, you’ll want to consider specific features like long distance and conference calling.
Next week in Berlin LG is going to reveal its brand new LG G Watch R, in answer to the now in favor Moto 360.
We’re not really sure what LG had in mind by this launch. It seems like they’re upgrading their own “squared” LG G Watch a little too soon, seeking after a perfectly circular classic look. But the timing looks to be perfectly planned, and perhaps the G Watch was simply pre-released to “test the market” in preparation for the sleeker G Watch R timepiece.
Earlier this year at CES 3D Systems unveiled a consumer scanner that attaches to an iPad, called the iSense.
The iSense is ideal for physical photography, empowering users to easily capture moments in every dimension. Created for 3DS by Occipital and powered by Structure Sensor technology, iSense can be used on anything and you don’t have to stand still or place an object into a box as required with other 3D scanners. Users simply attach the iSense to an iPad, and they can literally walk around and scan entire objects or environments obtaining a photorealistic copy of the real thing.
Sounds exciting? Well good news abounds, a Japanese company named iGUAZU has just started selling it in Japan for 70,000 yens. We’re not in a hurry to fly to Japan for it, but you can if you are cool like that!