We take a look at some of the newest products from the tech channel.
Fujitsu is embracing the retail market, with its new tablet designed specifically for retailers. The STYLISTIC V535R Retail Tablet has been designed to withstand a retail environment, deliver improved customer service and help boost staff productivity.
It features an 8.3-inch display with a 16:10 WUXGA IPS touchscreen, 64GB or 128GB of SSD storage and three USB 3.0 ports.
During Gamescom 2015, AOC showcased its G2460PQU/BR and AOC G2460PG gaming monitors, which both boast a refresh rate of 144Hz and a response time of 1ms. In addition, the G2460PG comes with Nvidia G-Sync technology (above).
AOC also plans to launch additional new models such as the AOC G2460PF and AOC G2770PF with AMD FreeSync technology.
Synology also unveiled its Surveillance Station 7.1 Beta, which provides users with CMS performance and stability, RTSP for smoother surveillance and greater support for ONVIF to bring more flexibility.
Retailer Overclockers has announced three new PCs, including the StreamR Elite System, which uses an Intel Core i5-4690, the XSplit streaming software and the StreamR console. These are designed for PC gaming users who run livestreams online.
Lenovo has also unveiled two new mobile workstations this week, with the ThinkPad P50 and P70.
The P70 is targeted at professionals in industries including media and entertainment to oil and gas, while the P50 is the firm’s thinnest and lightest full-function mobile workstation.
MMD has announced the new Philips USB Docking Stand, which allows users to attach their notebook via a USB cable and lock their VESA-compliant device in place.
The stand is available now for £128, and features a height adjustment as well as pivot, swivel and tilt functionalities.
Elsewhere, Micron Technology has announced a new portfolio of SAS solid state drives (SSD) that are optimised for workload for consumers demanding availability for their enterprise applications.
The S600DC series comes with up to 4TB of storage, as well as power loss and superior data protection.
Prestigio has revealed it has a number of new tablets set for release during Q4 2015, as well as a new line of smartphones. Some of the tablet models include the TN Quad Core and the IPS Quad Core, which come in various screen sizes.
PC vendor Toshiba has also developed the world’s first 16-die stacked NAND flash memory with TSV technology. The prototype will be shown at the Flash Memory Summit 2015.
The use of TSV technology utilises the vertical electrodes and vias to pass through the silicon dies for the connection, which enables high-speed data input and output.
Creative Technology has bolstered its peripheral range with the addition of the Sound BlasterX Gaming Series.
The new range consists of a gaming headset and an audio external sound card, with prices staring from £59.99.
In addition, Sandisk has developed its new CloudSpeed UltraTM Gem II SATA SSD, for cloud service provider and software-defined storage environments.
The SSD offers up to 1.6TB of storage and serves up to 32,000 4K write IOPS with 530MB/s throughput.
In other product news, Kaspersky’s Small Office Security has been tested by Dennis Technology Labs and achieved the maximum score possible, and was awarded an AAA certificate.
Lastly, Netgear has launched the PLP1200, which is designed to deliver high-speed wired and wireless internet to every room, using existing electrical wiring.