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Sony prices its 55-inch and 65-inch 4K LED TVs at $4,999 and $6,999, available 21 April

Sony prices its 55-inch and 65-inch 4K LED TVs at $4,999 and $6,999, available 21 April

By 8 April 2013

Sony's 55 and 65-inch 4K televisions, announced at CES 2013, will be available to the masses beginning 21 April. Sony says the XBR-55X900A (55-inch) and XBR-65X900A (65-inch) 4K Ultra HD LED TVs will be available for $4,999 (£3,260) and $6,999 (£4,565)... >>

Gigabyte announces pricing for its S1185 Padbook, spec bump for U2442 Ultabook

Gigabyte announces pricing for its S1185 Padbook, spec bump for U2442 Ultabook

By 7 March 2013

Gigabyte has announced new additions to its tablet line-up and revealed pricing information for products shown off at CES 2013.  Announced at the tradeshow, the 11.6-inch Padbook S1185 takes a ASUS Transformer Pad approach, offering a large display that... >>

Razer Edge gaming tablet available for pre-order 1 March, starting at $999

Razer Edge gaming tablet available for pre-order 1 March, starting at $999

By 27 February 2013

Razer has announced that its Razer Edge gaming tablet will be available for pre-order 1 March, starting at $999.  The all-in-one gaming experience wrapped up in a tablet features an Nvidia GT640M card inside, a choice of either an i5 or i7 processor,... >>

Mad Catz F.R.E.Q.7 headset now available for pre-order

Mad Catz F.R.E.Q.7 headset now available for pre-order

By 20 February 2013

Mad Catz has announced yet another addition to its GameSmart mobile peripherals line with the F.R.E.Q.7 surround sound gaming headset. Now available for pre-order and shipping in March, the F.R.E.Q.7 features Dolby Headphone Technology to boost the game... >>

Can't wait for an Apple iWatch? Here are the rivals: Pebble, Casio, Motorola and more

Can't wait for an Apple iWatch? Here are the rivals: Pebble, Casio, Motorola and more

By 11 February 2013

Apple is set to take the watch market by storm with its own offering. Several reports have noted that the folks within Cupertino's walls are working on the "iWatch", but none has offered a concrete date for when the company may roll out the product. ... >>

Pebble watch now shipping to early backers, as iPhone app is released

Pebble watch now shipping to early backers, as iPhone app is released

By 24 January 2013

The folks behind the Bluetooth-connected Pebble smart watch have announced that the first batch has begun shipping to the first 500 people who backed the company on Kickstarter. Of the red, white, black, orange and grey colour options, only the black... >>

Gigabyte debuts Windows 8 tablet, 17-inch gaming laptop and more

Gigabyte debuts Windows 8 tablet, 17-inch gaming laptop and more

By 16 January 2013

Gigabyte has announced its 2013 line of products, including an 11-inch tablet, 10-inch slate, 14-inch ultrabook, and 17-inch gaming notebook, all running Windows 8. The 11.6-inch S1185 tablet features a touch-enabled Full HD IPS display, third-gen Intel... >>

Oculus Rift demoed at CES, we try out the beta

Oculus Rift demoed at CES, we try out the beta

By 16 January 2013

Games are always about trying to immerse you into the action, but a new system called Oculus Rift is taking that to new extremes, bringing "virtual reality" even closer to "reality". Remember The Lawnmower Man? It's that. With bells on. Demoed to pocket-lint... >>

ZaggKeys Mini 7 iPad mini keyboard case pictures and hands-on

ZaggKeys Mini 7 iPad mini keyboard case pictures and hands-on

By 15 January 2013

Zagg is best known for its ZShield scratch-proof gadget wrap, but the company also does some really great cases. The most exciting has to be the ZaggKeys Mini 7, designed to add a portable keyboard and case to your iPad mini or other 7-inch tablet. The... >>

Qualcomm boss: Smart watches are the future, not Google Glass

Qualcomm boss: Smart watches are the future, not Google Glass

By 15 January 2013

Qualcomm is one of the companies at the forefront of augmented reality development. Its Vuforia mobile platform is behind many of the advancements in AR applications for phones and tablets. However, the company's boss is not a big fan of wearable AR -... >>


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