When “X-mini” is mentioned, most people will immediately think of the iconic capsule speaker which took Singapore by storm in 2007 and pioneered the portable speaker category. Although the brand has taken a back seat in recent years, X-mini is making an epic return to the portable wireless speaker market with not one, not two, but SEVEN new speakers – all promising sound larger than size, but each one unique in its own individual way.
Dell made waves in the PC market when it released a redesign of its XPS laptop series in 2015. With razor thin bezels on its InfinityEdge Display, a compact carbon fibre body and long battery life, it’s no surprise that this laptop won many awards around the world. Although the XPS 13 hasn’t been updated in terms of design, Dell has recently retrofitted this award-winning machine with Intel’s Kaby Lake processors and some new parts in hopes of retaining its position in the market. Does the 2016 version of the XPS 13 still hold up well today? Let’s find out in our hands on review.
Apple has just unveiled the most powerful Macintosh ever made in history – the iMac Pro. It’s the Frankenstein child of Apple’s desktop lines, taking after the insanely powerful internals of the 2013 “Trash Can” Mac Pro and merging them with the svelte, compact body of the 5K iMac. After the unfortunate decline and mismanagement of the 2013 “Trash Can” Mac Pro, can Apple win back its audience of hardcore designers and creatives with this all-in-one beast?
The Jabra Speak 710 is Jabra’s latest take on a portable business speakerphone. With a small form factor, 15-hour talk time and 10-watt speaker, the Jabra Speak 710 promises to be an ideal accessory for business communication and conference calls. Does it fare well in reality? Let’s put it to the test in our hands-on review.
Garmin, a long standing manufacturer of fitness gadgets and GPS devices, has just announced the launch of the Garmin Vivosmart 3 and Vivofit Jr. for kids in Singapore. The Vivofit Jr. is aimed at helping young ones get started on fitness in a fun way – incorporating games, ‘quests’ and other mechanics to motivate them to get active and fit.
Garmin, a long standing manufacturer of fitness gadgets and GPS devices, has just announced the launch of the Garmin Vivosmart 3 and Vivofit for kids in Singapore. The Vivosmart 3 adds on to Garmin’s big lineup of fitness devices and seeks to be an attractive offering to active working people who want to keep track of their fitness health and stress levels.
Microsoft has just launched Windows 10 S, a stripped-down version of Windows 10 streamlined towards use in the education sector. Windows 10 S is not an update to Windows 10, but a separate version to be installed in school classroom computers or student laptops. This could be huge in Singapore, especially since our society is so focused on education and learning. So, why is this new operating system so great for education? Let’s take a look.
Meet the ASUSPRO B9440 – what ASUS claims to be “the world’s lightest 14-inch business notebook.” With a thin & light body and a solid military grade magnesium chassis, this seems like a great option for on-the-go professionals who need a portable and reliable laptop.
Nikon Singapore has just launched the Nikon D7500, the company’s follow-up to the D7200 and the latest mid-range DSLR in its DX-format series. Targeted at prosumers, the D7500 builds on the DNA of Nikon’s successful flagship – the D500 – and attempts to bring professional features to photographers looking to up their game. Here’s five things we think everyone should know about the camera: