Epson Australia has launched its new EH-TW5700 projector featuring an in-built Chromecast for easy viewing of your favourite entertainment from an iPhone, iPad, Android smartphone or tablet. The EH-TW5700 also comes with a voice-controlled, in-built Epson Smart Media Player for wireless streaming of over 4,000 apps without the need for an external smart device.
DRN announced the launch of the Logitech G923 TRUEFORCE Racing Wheel and Pedals earlier in the month. News just in that Logitech G ANZ has made the decision to reduce the RRP by 25%. So if you are in the hunt for a present for a racing sim loving parent, it is listed for AUD$599.95 with availability at the end of August 2020.
All models equipped with Intelligent Setting function simplifying installation, with pre-set modes that apply the optimum image quality for a usage environment
SYDNEY, 12 February 2020 – Sony has strengthened its line-up of laser projector with three new high brightness WUXGA models, the VPL-FHZ131L (13,000lm), VPL-FHZ101L (10,000lm), and VPL-FHZ91L (9,000lm).
Quite some time ago, I reviewed a Waterfield tablet case and came away extremely impressed with the quality and finish. To ring in a new year, they have launched the Mezzo Laptop Backpack. Waterfield describes it as "a sophisticated midsized pack with padded laptop and tablet compartments, large water-bottle pockets on either side, and a front, pleated pocket inspired by old-world saddle pouches that closes with a sumptuous, full-grain leather flap." Judging by the picture, it certainly looks the goods!
Earlier this week we attended Synology 2017 at Melbourne’s Convention and Exhibition Centre. At the Conference Synology announced a number of new products and services including a 24 bay SSD NAS, an Australian advanced NAS replacement program and upcoming DSM features such as an Office Suite for Synology NAS devices and Synology’s new public cloud backup solution, Cloud Squared.
Also announced at the event was Synology’s first 12bay 3RU RS3617xs+ which is rated at over 500,000 IOPS and the upcoming RT2600ac router which we are itching to get our hands on.
The emergence of Twitch TV has heralded a new step in the evolution of the gaming market, by enabling players to record live gameplay and broadcast this to a network of followers. This is part of a rapid and relentless evolution, which has seen desktop and mobile gaming thrive on innovation and overpower the once dominant console sector.
This trend is unlikely to abate any time soon, as the rigid and costly nature of console gaming continues to fail in the wake of more flexible and immersive mobile experiences. With cross-platform gaming technology also making a more diverse range of titles available on the desktop, video games are continuing to lose their market share.
To a crowd of about 200 business partners and media, Synology announced its upcoming DiskStation Manager 5.1 software and two new NAS models. DSM 5.1 builds on the current version with a number of optimisations and security features as well as some brand new packages, including the collaborative NoteStation and an easy to administrate Proxy server. Also annouced was the first quad core DiskStation - The 4 bay DS415+ as well as a new single bay DS115J aimed at home surveillance market.
The DS415+ and DS115J will be available in in the coming weeks with pricing still to be confirmed.
It's been a busy week at Dyson HQ - Not content with their announcement of their new Dyson Cool fans, Dyson has finally decided to enter the "robot" vacuum segment with the Dyson 360 Eye robot.
While pricing and release date are still unknown, we hope to follow up our upcoming DC65 review with this automated sucker.
Until then, you take a look at Dyson's 360 Eye robot preview site.
We're working on getting our hands on a Dyson Cool for a full review but if you can't wait until then, the AM06, AM07 and AM08 are available for purchase now at the Dyson Australia website for $449 and $649 (both AM07 and AM08) respectively.