From the monthly archives:

April 2015


Finding yourself a new DLP pocket projector? Why don’t you check out the HD Man over at Chinavasion. Designed especially for personal movie viewing, this palm-sized projector is able to project images up to 100-inches with a native resolution of 854 x 480 (1080p maximum resolution support) and provides 16:9 aspect ratio, 120 ANSI lumens brightness, 1000:1 contrast ratio and up to 30,000 hours of RGB three color LED lamp life.

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Tsukumo Japan has come out with another 15.6-inch Full HD gaming notebook, the G-GEAR note N1582J-710/E. Recommended for playing Final Fantasy XIV, this high-performance gaming notebook is equipped with a 15.6-inch 1920 x 1080 Full HD LED-backlight display, a 2.50GHz Intel Core i7-4710MQ processor, an Intel HM87 Express Chipset, an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M 6GB graphics card, an 8GB DDR3 RAM and a 500GB hard drive.

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TomTom hits back with their new action camera, the TomTom Bandit. Billed as the first-ever camera to come with a built-in media server (the camera works with a companion app, making it possible to create and share videos in a matter of minutes, simply by shaking a smartphone) this completely waterproof camera sports a 16MP CCD image sensor, a wide-angle lens, a powerful processor and a uniquely designed Batt-Stick which combines the long lasting battery, microSD card slot and SuperSpeed USB 3.0.

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T-Mobile USA has released a new 4G LTE-enabled Android 4.4 smartphone from Alcatel namely the OneTouch Pop Astro. Specs-wise, this mid-range smartphone is built with a 4.5-inch 960 x 540 qHD display, a 1.5GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6732 processor, a 1GB RAM, a 4GB of internal storage and a microSD card slot (up to 32GB).

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Lenovo ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One 23

With a target market of businesses aiming to upgrade on desktop picture quality but without compromising on space, Lenovo’s latest monitor is likely to fit the bill of this particular demand. Named the ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One 23, with the number referring to the 23-inch display, Lenovo have essentially set their sights on unifying all forms of their current generation of Tiny PCs, namely the M93p, M83, M73 and M53.

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