Sony’s latest full frame mirrorless camera: A9

Sony A9

Sony will be launching a new full-frame mirrorless camera called the A9. So what’s so special about this new introduction to the Sony’s alpha series? The Sony A9 is designed for sports and action. It has a 24.2-megapixel 35mm full-frame stacked CMOS sensor with integral memory, BIONZ X processing engine, 693-point wide-area phase-detection AF (CRAZY!) and a

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Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ will be available in store from 29 April.

Samsung has started issuing out the Galaxy S8 and S8+ to consumers who have pre-ordered the highly rated flagship smartphones at SingTel, M1, StarHub, Samsung Experience Stores and Galaxy Studio today. If you have successfully pre-ordered either or both the devices online through consumer electronics stores like Courts, Harvey Norman, Gain City, Newstead, Lazada Singapore

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A Sensational Home Cinematic Experience with LG’s Sound Bar and 4K Blu-Ray Player

The latest sound bars by LG are set to be a highlight in every home interior with their sleek and sophisticated design. In addition, they are bound to boost the home entertainment experience, offering powerful cinema-quality capabilities as you sit back in your sofa while tuning in to your favourite content. An Immersive Acoustic Environment

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LG Raises the Bar for Home Entertainment

LG is definitely bent on making our lives greater than it already is, with its latest releases in the Home Entertainment arena. New editions for LG’s OLED, SUPER Ultra High-definition (SUPER UHD) and UHD 4K TVs promise an ultramodern audio-visual experience, given that these screens are built with solid TV and sound engineering. At the

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Nintendo pulls the plug on NES Classic

Nintendo will no longer be producing the NES Classic Edition, which allows you to play old school games such as the Super Mario, Contra, Donkey Kong and etc. (Oh man! These games are legendary!) The reason behind Nintendo’s decision is unclear. It could be because of supply issues, high-production cost or they simply want the

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