Here's this week's roundup of the latest tech goods on the market.
Acer has announced the launch of the Revo One RL85 personal computer (pictured). The device acts as the entire family’s entertainment centre powered by the Intel Celeron 2957U Dual-core 1.40 GHz, and running on Windows 8.1.
It allows users to store all of their photos, music and video and stream on almost any device in the house.
AOC showed off what it called its ‘monitor innovations’ at CeBit this year. The company presented a number of new monitors for increased productivity, user friendliness and entertainment.
Firstly the 34-inch UltraWide QHD is ideal for cinema fans, with 3440 x 1440 pixels, USB 3.0 and DisplayPort plus a HDMI port with MHL functionality.
It also announced a 144 Hz monitor, boasting a response time of one millisecond. Thanks to the lack of lag and monitor blur or screen tearing, gamers can adapt the monitor to their own individual needs.
Enermax claims to have released the world’s first fanless power supply. It contains Japanese electrolytic 105°C capacitors, metal-oxide semiconductor field-effect transistors plus a high-density range of aluminum heatsinks.
The power supply hits the international energy-saving standard 80 Plus Platinum, with up to 93 per cent efficiency.
A brand new digital pen from Wacom has been released with a new HD resolution display for businesses.
Ideal for banks, hospitals, insurance companies, public sector departments and retail stores, users can view and edit documents straight on the device in an efficient and paper-saving way.
Mobile device and consumer electronics company Prestigio has introduced the MultiPad Consul 7008 4G, with 4G connectivity.
It boasts an eight-inch body with a soft texture back and metal casing. The device is built on Qualcomm reference design, and quad-core 64-bit capable Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor.
Optoma meanwhile has been busy launching a range of lightweight, portable W350 and X350 projectors for businesses. Both have networking capabilities, and accessing the software provided, users can control up to 250 projectors at the same time.
Toshiba has expanded its range of SAS enterprise performance HDDs that help to improve the performance of its customer’s applications such as online transactions and databases.
The HDDs have speeds of 15,000rpm, with the 12.0 Gbit/s SAS host interface delivering up to double the host transfer bandwidth compared to older versions.
It wouldn’t be a new product roundup without Samsung releasing another new piece of tech. This time round in the form of 128GB, 3-bit NAND flash memory storage drives for mobile.
HP is excited about its new printing tech, with its VP and GM of LaserJet Hardware and Technology, Tuan Tran, saying: “Business customers are looking for smart, affordable solutions that seamlessly integrate into today’s smaller, more communal work spaces.
“We started with the customer and designed the new LaserJet platform from the inside out to be leaner, faster and smarter than ever before to help meet the demands of the modern office.”
Finally Brother has enhanced its desktop scanner range to help resellers capitalise on the growing scanner market.
The ADS-2100e and ADS-260We are designed for SMBs who scan up to 1,500 a day. They include improved smartphone and tablet connectivity and feature Kofax capabilities, enabling resellers to target financial, insurance, government and healthcare companies.