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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.
The latest Pixma AIO offerings feature cloud-based and Wifi-direct printing capabilities, allowing you to print straight from mobile devices and online photo repositories.
Available from Oct 10, the Z30 will come with the new BlackBerry 10.2 OS and feature a 5-inch display, the largest ever yet on a BlackBerry device.
Pre-orders for Sony’s latest 20.7-megapixel flagship start today and will include exclusive complimentary gifts worth up to a total of $180.
The smaller sibling of the highly regarded HTC One flagship will be available for S$688 contract-free.
Available from Oct 5, Nokia’s latest camera-oriented smartphone offers an attractive blend of a 41-megapixel camera and optical image stabilization.
The new lineup includes an ultrabook, a tablet/notebook convertible as well as a Tegra 4-powered Android slate.
Designed for bright public spaces, the new EB-4000 and G6000 series projectors boast brightness levels of up to 7000 lumens.
Looking to get one of the new iPhones with an operator contract? We take a close look at the different telco price plans to see how they stack up against one another.
The second generation model of the highly popular stock Android slate has finally landed here and will retail for S$379 for the 16GB WiFi model.
Sony’s latest Xperia flagship will be available from October 4 for S$998 contract-free.
With the new service, selling your mobile phone or tablet can now be as simple as a few mouse clicks away.