Monthly Archive:: September 2012
Earlier this summer, Microsoft Hardware unveiled new mice and keyboards specifically designed to take advantage of Windows 8. Today, they are announcing another addition to that line-up: the Sculpt Comfort Keyboard.
HTC has unveiled two Windows Phone 8 handsets at an event in New York. The firm has said that it intends to promote the 8X, which features a 4.3″ (10.9cm) display, as its flagship device alongside the
For years and years, the dimmer switch was about as fancy as it got for lightbulbs — but a team of designers is intending to change all that. The LIFX lightbulb (pronounced “life ex”) is a Kickstarter
Days after the iPhone 5 was announced, Samsung is reportedly prepared to roll out a new version of its Samsung Galaxy S, the phone that has established itself as Apple’s chief smartphone rival. The Samsung Galaxy S4
“I am a game-changer.” – Such is the immodest claim Nikon attaches to its brand new D600 DSLR, but when you look at the full combination of specs, dimensions, and price, this camera could come close to
Mionix, the Swedish manufacturer of professional high-end gaming accessories today unveiled the new SARGAS and ENSIS range of high performance gaming mousepads developed with their own Surface Quality Analyser Tool (S.Q.A.T).
Asus and DisplayLink on Wednesday announced the launch of a new USB 3.0 version of the Asus HZ-1 Docking Station. Powered by DisplayLink’s SuperSpeed DL-3900 silicon, the gadget integrates graphics, Gigabit Ethernet and audio into one sleek
Apple has announced the iPhone 5, ending two years of face melting anxiety for that cocooned iPhone 4 to turn into a beautiful iPhone 5 butterfly. Fancy tech talk time: It’s a 326 pixels per inch Retina
HP has announced its Windows 8 desktop lineup, leading off with 23.6-inch Spectre One. It’s the first all-in-one in the company’s premium Spectre line and a scant 11.5 millimeters thick — HP’s thinnest all-in-one to date. The
Sony is about to announce a full frame compact camera, known as the Sony RX1, according to leaked images and specs. The details suggest that the Sony RX1 will feature the same 24-megapixel sensor as the also
Thermaltake and BMW Group have announced the launch of the Level 10 M, a striking gaming mouse first announced at the beginning of the year. According to a somewhat hyperbolic press release, the mouse has been available