The Canon PowerShot N was launched earlier this year (April 2013) for S$399 and is available only in one color, white.
It uses a micro SD memory card, has a 12.1 megapixels CMOS sensor featuring a DIGIC 5 image processor, and has built-in Wi-Fi connectivity. For the full specifications, check out Canon PowerShot N’s Specification Page.
The DIR-868L is a draft IEEE 802.11ac router that supports simultaneous dual band (2.4GHz + 5GHz) and can give you speed up to 450Mbps + 1,300Mbps. It is also a “cloud router”, in the sense that you can access your router basic settings via mydlink Lite app on iOS or Android.
Before I start every headphone/earphone review, I must say that I am not an audiophile and hence for this review, so pardon me if I do not focus on audio quality.
The Logitech UE 6000 is retailing for S$319 in Singapore and it comes in two colors, black or white. The Logitech UE 6000 is in the middle of the Logitech UE Headphone series. The Logitech UE 4000 (S$159) is the lower one while the Logitech UE 9000 (S$599) is the higher one.
Most of our keyboards are filthy and a study done in 2008 suggests that it had 150 times the recommended limit for bacteria (five times as filthy as a toilet seat). What lies beneath the keys on your keyboard? I say dirt, hairs, pet fur, food crumbs, dandruffs, etc.
Canon Selphy CP900 is a photo printer that supports wireless printing using Canon EasyPhoto Print app available on both iOS and Android. It is currently retailing for S$199.
Apart from wireless printing, it also supports printing from USB Flash Drive, Memory Cards, Direct to camera via PictBridge and Direct to Computer via USB. For this short review, I will only be reviewing wireless printing using Canon’s EasyPhoto Print app.
In my first part review of the Synology DiskStation DS413j, I talked about the Unboxing and Setup, in the second part review, I talked about the Performance, Backup & CloudStation and for this last review, I will talk about the multimedia features of the DS413j and that includes Video Station, Audio Station and Photo Station as well as their mobile apps, DS Video, DS Audio and DS Photo+ respectively.
There are a lot of features in the Video/Audio/Photo Station, and hence for this review, I will focus on my personal use case; I want to access/stream my music/video/photos stored in my Synology NAS wherever I am on my iPhone or Android.
It comes with dual Thunderbolt ports that allows you to daisy-chain up to six My Book Thunderbolt Duo drives (48 TB using six Thunderbolt Duo 8 TB drives) or other devices such as monitors, media players, and video / audio editors.