Privately owned network attached storage — or NAS — vendor, Synology, has released its latest DiskStation NAS, the DS 918+, and it’s a truly impressive piece of kit, richly augmented by add-on packages.
Today’s world of “big data” and awesome creative possibilities demands titanic storage. Storage manufacturer Seagate has released 12TB drives in its BarraCude Pro range, offering the highest capacity 3.5” units available.
Acronis has released the latest version of its popular consumer back-up software, Acronis True Image 2019, with nifty new features on PC and Mac to make True Image an even truer back-up solution.
Wireless and corded headset manufacturer Jabra has released the world’s first professional UC-certified earbuds, the Evolve 75e.
Japanese multinational consumer and professional electronics company, Sony, has released the Xperia XZ2 smartphone “to touch your senses”, and it delivers this in volumes with 4K HDR, dynamic vibration, 3D avatar creation and a big screen and sound.
High-end Danish electronics manufacturer, Bang & Olufsen, has updated its classic Earset earphones in its first wireless incarnation, while retaining the style and flexible adjustability for which it is known.
The days of big data demand big storage. Seagate's IronWolf range delivers it in spades, along with enterprise-grade reliability, concurrency and longevity.
In a world of glowing rectangles, where manufacturers strive to outdo each other on features and benefits, and try outdoing Apple, HTC's newest U12+ flagship doubles down on Edge Sense to be edgily different.
Selling for as little as $99 at Harvey Norman, and normally priced at $149, the Nokia 1 is a feature phone masquerading as a smart phone, but if that's all you need, it "works".
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