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Earlier in the year, Samsung gave us a taste of a high end sound system, the HT-F9750W, which brandishes power like a weapon. Featuring an intense 1330 watts, this is the system if you love movies and love them loud, and we’ve spent some time with it ahead of its release in Australia.
Are phones too small for you? Well hold onto those jacket pockets, because here’s one that will be lucky to fit: a seven inch tablet that also works as a phone.
How much would you pay for your music? Marantz has given us some time with an iPod dock that brings with it a premium wood backing, two 50 watt amps, two 25 watt Class D speakers, AirPlay, oh, and a $1650 price tag.
The best representation of a great idea is when lightbulbs suddenly appear over people’s heads in cartoons, and Philips now has a product worthy of both being a top idea and being a lightbulb.
Swedish headphone and earphone design brand appears to be tired of the divide that separates Windows Phone, iOS, and Android users, and has arrived at a decision: a model with variants for all the major platforms.
Scanners, printers, and multifunctions have a tendency to be forgotten about these days, what with emailing so prevalent, but many of us still need these gadgets to do the basics. Often these gadgets aren’t the most attractive of things, but HP seems to have found a nice middle ground.
Photographers are sure spoiled for choice, and a new model on the way from Olympus only adds to that, offering up a camera with looks that match some evolved insides.
If you’re planning a trip to the United Kingdom soon, you’re probably already aware just how expensive mobile calls and data can be, and if you’re not yet, you will soon. Good thing then that Woolworths has chimed in with a new plan to help reduce roaming costs.
Apple practically reinvented the world of touchscreen computing when the iPad first came out, and now Dell wants to give it a proper punch, with a 10 inch tablet that offers up Intel’s Atom processor, Windows 8, and a battery you can take out.
When you have a device like the Jawbone Up fitness band, you can bet that you’ve probably considered or already own other health gadgets. That’s why this week, we’re excited to see Jawbone working with other providers, announcing that its iOS platform will work with other pieces of fitness tech.