We roundup some the newest devices announced in the tech market over the past week.
Following its rebrand, Logitech has announced its first products under the Logi brand, with the Blok family for iPads.
The Blok range of iPad cases (pictured) have been designed to withstand drops of up to 1.8 metres, while the cases' square corners feature extra-absorbent polymers to offer the device more protection.
Overclockers has announced the listing of the new Bitfenix Alchemy 2.0 LED strips this week, which allows users to light up their system thanks to the magnetic strips. The strips are based on the TriBright 5050 SMD LED modules and now come in a new purple colour option.
The retailer has also launched the Evolution range, which features The Wrath based on AMD graphics, and the Envy based on Nvidia graphics.
In addition, the Phanteks Enthoo PROM case is also now available from Overclockers.
Elsewhere, StarTech has unveiled its compact dual-bay 2.5-inch Raid enclosure. Priced at £57, the device features USB powered-performance and comes with a single 3.0 USB host connection.
The firm has also released its first app for Android and iOS devices, named The Video Switching and Wall Control app. The app allows users to manage video content for their displays when used with the HDMI over IP Kit from StarTech.
Be Quiet has added the Windows version of its Silent Base 800 case. The case has also been fitted with a window that provides users with a transparent view of the system.
Plus, the system can operate quietly and provides cooling thanks to its air flow and three pre-installed Pure Wings 2 fans.
In addition, BenQ has unveiled its new 2000R ultra curve monitor, the XR3501. Boasting a 35-inch display, users can view content with a resolution of 2560x1080.
Office product brand Leitz has developed its Icon, a smart technology label printer. Priced at around £110, the Icon is equipped with USB and Wi-Fi connection and can be operated via an iPhone, tablet, laptop or PC.
SanDisk has developed the ConnectTM Wireless Stick, providing users with a capacity of up to 128GB. It also works with smartphones, tablets and computers, as well as allowing customers to share media and transfer files wirelessly.
The company has also developed the iNAND 7232 storage solution, an embedded flash drive that is available in capacities of up to 128GB.
Micron Technology has announced a new encryption-enhance SSD for read-centric data centre workloads. The M510DC features the market’s first true TCG enterprise-level data encryption.
Lastly, Panasonic has developed a new hybrid lighting solution, dubbed The Space Player, which features lighting and projector functions.
Priced at £1,990, The Space Player can project in all directions and can be used in conjunction with SD cards, PCs and tablets.