Sony showcases new products at ISE 2015

New product roundup: New FridgePad 2 attaches iPad to fridge, XMG reveals new Core laptops

This week Woodford Design has unveiled the FridgePad 2, which allows users to create a smart fridge by displaying any iPad or tablet securely on the door.

Eight earth neodymium magnets are included with the pad, to help secure it onto any magnetic surface. It will cost users £29.99.

Ruckus Wireless has introduced a new collection of smart Wi-Fi technology software innovations that address the growing demand for higher quality IP-based voice calling over Wi-Fi (Wi-Fi Calling).

The software is available now at no additional cost to customers.

Amazon has released a J-Plug Lock for the company’s Fire phone, which secures the phone without restricting its features. It provides users with out of the way security, keeping the front and back cameras clear for use.

XMG is announcing two new Core laptops, including the C405 and C505. The XMG Core gaming series feature an Intel Core i7 Processor, the new Nvidia 900M series graphics cards and up to 16GB RAM.

Prices for the C405 start from £1,125 and £1,159 for the C505.

In addition, ViewSonic has revealed its LightStream PJD6 network series of projectors. The LightStream line delivers True-to-Life colours and smart features including ViewSonic’s HDMI MHL PortAII for wireless treaming.

Sony is unveiling a series of new products at ISE 2015, including the world’s first 4K Ultra Short Throw laser projector and the new 7,000 lumens 3LCD Laser projector.

The Liquid Jade S smartphone is now available in the UK from Acer. The Android device features 4G LTE connectivity, 64-bit architecture, and a 13MP camera and will cost £229.

In other news, Oki will be showcasing its print technology and solutions at this year’s Retail Business Technology Exhibition.

Printers on show include the OKI ES9541, which features spot clear on white toner, and the C831 A3 colour printer, which is designed for poster-size printing.

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