Touted as the world’s smartest LED lighting system, Philips hue takes personalized lighting to a new level by letting you to control and customize your lighting straight from your smartphone.
The equally large but less expensive phablet counterpart of the Lumia 1520 will retail for S$459 in the island state.
The newest addition to its line of gaming keyboards, CM Storm’s Trigger-Z offers a number of gamer-oriented features such as programmable macro keys and key profiles, coupled with support for up to 75 macros.
You can now get your grubby paws on the 2880 cuda core-packing ASUS GTX 780Ti in the island-state for S$1,089.
The printer specialist’s latest SureColor B and F series printers offer a wealth of print technology enhancements such as the new Micro Piezo TFP print head that boasts 720dpi prints in a single pass.
The updated PadFone Infinity packs a 2.2GHz Snapdragon 800 SoC and features the new PixelMaster camera technology that lets you take high quality 3-megapixel shots by combining 3 pixels into 1.
From now till Dec 1, stand a chance to win prizes that includes ASUS PC monitors, dual-band wireless routers and even an ROG TYTAN G30 gaming desktop, with any purchase of an ASUS desktop or AIO PC.
The business-oriented monitor offers users the flexibility of operating the touchscreen with gloved hands and even with a stylus.
The Taiwanese PC maker’s latest offerings come in a variety of form factors, spanning from superthin ultrabooks to a 3-in-1 device that can be used as an Android tablet, dual-OS notebook or Windows desktop. Pretty neat no?
Joining the 16GB WiFi version, the second generation Nexus 7 32GB LTE and 32GB WiFi models are now available in the island state.
The mid-range handset offers some of the highly popular features found on its HTC One flagship cousin, such as HTC BlinkFeed and BoomSound, at a wallet-friendly price.
With HDMI 2.0 support, the VPL-VW500ES is capable of delivering 4K video at a 60fps, providing smoother playback.
The latest iteration of the Transformer Pad joins the highly exclusive club of tablets with 2560 x 1600 resolution displays and will go on sale tomorrow.
To meet constantly evolving computing needs, Dell’s latest lineup consists of devices for virtually anyone and everyone, with products ranging from Android tablets to the world’s first PC/tablet convertible with a 11.6-inch QHD resolution display.