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Good cameras aren’t cheap, and better cameras carry heavier price tags than good cameras, so what does a new Leica system aimed at the mirror-less market cost, and is it worth its weight in gold?
You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to see that mobile phones are taking over in the home. Your contacts are stored on them, as are your messages, and it can’t hurt that you can access the web and play Angry Birds, but just in case you still need a cordless phone, Panasonic has two newbies.
The race for a true iPad competitor is over, and now people are looking for tablets that do more than just act as a way of consuming content on the go. Lenovo’s latest tablet looks to offer that in the form of the ThinkPad 10, a new portable computer that bridges the gap between tablet, laptop, and desktop provided you buy the accessories.
The future of TV isn’t one totally based on the internet, as Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV comes to life in Australia, starting with SBS of all the broadcasters.
The next big thing in TVs is the world of Ultra HD, and while the TVs are gradually becoming larger in number for you to choose from, the content is not, with virtually nothing ready to play back in 4K’s native resolution. With a new product, Panasonic hopes to help provide a fix.
Mirrorless cameras were supposed to herald the end of carrying big cameras, but it hasn’t made as much of an impact as many thought, with still bulky sizes for interchangeable lens cameras. Samsung wants to do something about this, though, unveiling a compact mirrorless with an even more compact mount.
Photographers who want to dabble in high resolution video are about to be offered a taste of one of the highest resolutions there is, as Sony pushes the A7 camera to the realm of Ultra HD.
For years, Panasonic has held the benchmark in regards to rugged computers, but that looks set to change, with Dell announcing new laptops that can be dropped not just from waist level, but also a few stories up.
Unsure about if you should invest in a new 1080p Full HD video camera when 4K is right around the corner? We know the feeling, and Panasonic seems to as well, announcing that its first 4K mirror-less won’t cost more than $2000.
If you’re into cooking two things at once, you may be itching to replace that old one with something a little more aware of the space inside, and for that, Panasonic has a new oven waiting in a box somewhere, ready for installation.