We take a look at some of the latest PC products revealed over the past few weeks.
Having originally started out on Kickstarter, Nextbit’s cloud smartphone known as Robin (pictured left) is now available for pre-order via BackerKit.
It has 32GB of internal storage, but that has been paired with an extra 100GB online. So once users fill up their 32GB, the smartphone will automatically shift data into the cloud.
PC gaming vendor Roccat has outlined its new Kova gaming mouse, which boasts an ambidextrous design, Pro-Optic R6 sensor with 3,500 native dpi featuring Overdrive mode.
The Kova will retail for €59.99 (£43.87) and will hit stores worldwide from November 17th, 2015.
Acer has showcased two new Windows 10 devices, including the Aspire R 14 convertible notebook, and the Aspire Z3-700 portable all-in-one PC.
The Acer Aspire R 14 will be available in EMEA in late October with prices starting at €799 (£584.26). The Acer Aspire Z3-700 will be available in the UK from the end of October with prices starting at £399.99.
In addition, Toshiba has released its next generation enterprise performance HDD line, with the AL14SE series, designed for mission critical servers and high-performance, high-availability storage systems.
The device comes with 10,500 rotations per minute (RPM) and provides 12.0 Gbit/s dual-ported SAS support and 512n sector models in capacities of 300GB, 450GB, 600GB, 900GB and 1,200GB.
Keyboard specialist Cherry has announced the STREAM 3.0 keyboard, which will also be available in a version with the extended T2 keyboard layout, complying with the DIN 2137 specification.
The device can be connected to PCs through its plug and play USB connection and is ready for immediate use. The Cherry STREAM 3.0 is available now, in white-gray and black, with a retail price of €30 (£21.94).
MMD has announced a line-up of Phillips consumer displays, with 23, 24 and 27-inch versions of its E-Line range.
The displays use AH-IPS panel technology and boast extra-wide 178-degree viewing angles. The new Philips 237E7QDSB, 246E7QDSW and 276E7QDSW displays will be available at the beginning of November at £149, £159 and £219 respectively.
Mad Catz has announced the availability of a free firmware and software update known as XInput, which is compatible with the firm’s C.T.R.L Mobile GamePad.
The C.T.R.L features multiplatform Bluetooth compatibility, allowing it to operate across a wide variety of mobile and home platforms including Amazon, Fire TV, the M.O.J.O.
Networking vendor TP-Link has announced the release of the Archer MR20, a compact, portable router that features an integrated SIM card slot.
With 4G LTE service, the Archer MR200 is capable of supporting download speeds of up to 150Mbps, plus no configuration is required.
Lenovo has unveiled its two new Windows 10 PCs, known as the Lenovo YOGA 900 and the YOGA Home 900.
The YOGA Home features a 27-inch touchscreen, integrated battery and a thin and light design, while the YOGA 900 is powered by an Intel sixth gen core i7 processor and weighs 1.29kg.
Plus, HP has announced the new Chromebook 14, which delivers over nine hours of battery life, and comes with a HD display.
Security solutions provider Bitdefender has upgraded its Bitdefender Mobile Security and Antivirus software, by giving it the power to photograph thieves in the act and allowing users to access apps when on a trusted network.
Club 3D has announced two new USB 3.0 docking stations in its SenseVision range of smart accessories.
AMD has launched two new AMD Embedded R-Series SOC processors, which incorporate AMD’s 64-bit x86 CPU core, plus third-generation Graphics Core Next GPU architecture.
Lastly, Netatmo has announced a partnership with IFTTT, a service that connects hundreds of apps and devices together.