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Your television set does a whole lot for you. It provides a screen for movies, series, streaming services, satellite transmissions, and video games – as well as a few other uses we might not have considered. You should do something nice for it: like adding a new Playbar from Sonos. Why? Because Sonos’ Playbar provides cinematic sound for music, TV, movies, and more, offers functions like Speech Enhancement, plays nice with your TV and remote control, and features a phased speaker array. Why is that important? Read on to find out. Where you want it Place a Playbar on your…
And lest you think that Samsung’s slightly smaller, more affordable option isn’t worthy of your attention, it’s time to point out just what the Galaxy S10e is capable of. This handset occupies a category all of its own, and it’s only ‘budget’ if you’re looking at the price. Promise.
Creative Park is designed with children in mind. It’s an easy to use online service open to everyone and it lets you create your own personalised greeting cards, calendars, 3D paper models and other fun crafts. The opportunities to be creative with paper and print are almost endless.
Samsung’s smart TVs have been awfully smart for an awfully long time, but now it’s time for something new and different: Samsung’s 8K QLED TVs.
Sonos hasn’t made a name for itself as one of the best in the wireless audio business by sitting around and doing nothing. They did it by releasing the sorts of products that competitors want to be when they grow up. And now it’s time for the most grown up product of the lot — the Sonos Beam.
Samsung’s new Galaxy S10 range of devices are powered by intelligence. Intelligence at the design and component stages, to be sure, but also at a finalised, hardware-in-your-hand level. The Galaxy S10 and S10+ are Samsung’s smartest devices to date, dedicated to making your life as easy as possible with as little admin as possible. Really? Yes, really. Here’s how.
Huawei’s P30 Pro is the smartphone to beat in 2019. Competing brands are going to be hard-pressed to do so, though, as Huawei’s got a head-start on its camera tech. And there’s no denying that camera tech is the standout feature of Huawei’s most powerful, most stylish smartphone to date. But what makes the device so special?
Huawei’s newest series of top-shelf smartphones, the P30 Series headed by the camera-centric Huawei P30 Pro, has landing in South Africa with a bang. Whether users are keen on the high-end camera capabilities of Huawei’s flagship, the still-amazingly-packed Huawei P30, or the budget category-dominating P30 Lite, there’s something available for every need and every price point.
The EOS RP is an affordable yet advanced camera in Canon’s full frame line-up. Offering next generation full frame optical performance with the potential to explore future RF lenses, the EOS RP features the innovative RF Mount with its high-speed 12-pin communication system, short back focus and wide 54-mm mount diameter.
For a tech conference hailed as the biggest event in the mobile world, the Mobile World Congress (MWC) has been somewhat unsuccessful at producing as many wow moments as we would have liked to see over the last few years. What used to be arguably the year’s most exciting showcase of new devices (outside of Apple launches) has turned into a parade of new ‘flagship’ devices that all offer essentially the same thing.