Was invited to the global launch of Canon EOS-1D X (Press Release) that happen at 1pm sharp yesterday at Canon Singapore Office. The Canon EOS-1D X is an integration between the EOS 1D and 1Ds product lines. This integration combines the best of both worlds from both model (shooting speed and image quality) into a single form factor.
The EOS-1D X is capable of continuous shooting at a speed of 12 frames-per-second, it is powered by the new Dual DIGIC 5+ image processor and on top of it, it has another DIGIC 4 image processor just for Autofocus (AF)! This bring up the number of image processers in the Canon EOS-1D X to 3! It also features a Gigabit LAN Port for network connectivity! This allows you to transfer shots immediately after you have taken them to your computer!
Sony announced the Sony ICF-DS15iP last Thursday. The ICF series is Sony’s line of iPod and iPhone Docks. In particular the Sony ICF-DS15iP is an iPod and iPhone Dock Clock Radio.
If you need a cheaper alternative to a iPhone dock with alarm clock functionality, I would totally recommend the Sony ICF-DS15iP. The Sony ICF-DS15iP is going to retail for S$179 and will be available from 30th September 2011 onwards at all Sony Authorized Retailers.
At HP Booth 8428 – HP Direct Counter Only
The 16GB and 32GB HP TouchPads will be available for S$118 (S$126 with GST) and S$188 (S$201 with GST) per unit respectively during the first two days of COMEX 2011 (1-2 September 2011). 100 units of the 16GB and 32GB versions each will be available each day and this purchase is limited to one unit per person, regardless of whether it’s 16GB or 32GB. The mode of purchase is cash and carry only, no credit cards or NETs. This is non-refundable and non-returnable.
These units will be available at HP booth 8428 (specifically the HP Direct counter), Hall 402/403.
At HP Booths (8150, 8245, 8428)
You will also be able to purchase a HP TouchPad 16GB and HP TouchPad 32GB for S$49 (with GST) and S$119 (with GST) respectively with any purchase of a HP TouchSmart610 -1138d, 1178d, 1188d; and HP Pavilion dv4-3020TX, HP Pavilion dv6-6144TX, dv6-6105TX and dv6-6106TX.
Your purchase-with-purchase HP TouchPad will be available at RewardsLINK, first come first serve, while stocks last.
3 Temasek Boulevard #02-163
Suntec City Mall, Singapore 038983
Opening hours: Monday – Sunday, 11.00am – 7.00pm
Eve of X’mas /New Year/CNY: 11.00am – 3.00pm
Closed on X’mas, New Year and CNY
Interesting service by SingTel. These days almost everyone is using an iPhone, Android or Blackberry and all the phones are connected to data services. Not forgetting those 3G USB dongles are connected to the same data network as well. If you paid only for mobile broadband, you are also sharing the same bandwidth with those who paid for mobile plans that comes with data services. But with Priority Pass, mobile broadband users get higher priority (in terms of speed & bandwidth) than mobile plan data services users.
Also, we can expect commercial LTE services from SingTel by the end of the year.
“Seven months ago we started our mission to make smartphones smarter and easier for people to do more,” said Andy Lees, president of the Mobile Communications Business at Microsoft. “With ‘Mango,’ Windows Phone takes a major step forward in redefining how people communicate and use apps and the Internet, giving you better results with less effort.”
Asus launched the Eee Pad Transformer (TF101) at Zirca, Clarke Quay, last Friday, 29th April 2011, the same day that the iPad 2 started selling in Singapore. Singapore is the first South East Asian city to get this “next-generation” tablet that comes with an optional docking station that caters for both tablet and notebook users.