Here's this week's PCR roundup of the latest tech goods on the market.
TP-Link has released the Archer MR200, a 4G LTE Desktop Router that offers wireless coverage through Dual band 802.11ac, supporting speeds of up to 300Mbps over 2.4Ghz and 433Mbps over 5Ghz.
Meanwhile, BenQ has announced the PG2401PT, the first product in the Pro Graphics Series of print-certified monitors.
The monitor covers 100 per cent CMYK colour space and 99 per cent Adobe RGB colour space, plus it boasts a 10-bit display panel.
Flash memory company SanDisk has also designed two new memory cards designed specifically for dash cameras and home video monitoring systems.
The High Endurance Video Monitoring microSDHC/microSDXC cards are priced at $84.99 and $149.99 for the 32GB and 64GB capacities respectively.
In addition, Brother has expanded its desktop scanner range to help resellers capitilise on the growing scanner market.
The ADS-2100e and ADS-2600We have been designed for SMBs, and can scan up to 1,500 pages a day.
NEC is set to present its smart enterprise solutions at CeBIT 2015 for the SMB and enterprise markets later this month.
Lastly, Antec has unveiled its new VPF power units, which aim to make surrounding PC components safe with stable output voltages, high efficiency and a low operating noise.
The range includes the VPF350, VPF 450, VPF 550 and the VPF 650.