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Hands-on: Lenovo’s Yoga 2 Pro to make its debut at SITEX for S$1,899

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24 Nov
2013
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Yoga 2 Pro

PC makers have been pumping out new devices powered by Intel’s latest Haswell processors, so it’s about time we saw a hardware refresh for Lenovo’s IdeaPad Yoga 13, one of the most interesting Windows 8 convertibles launched more than a year ago.

The new Yoga 2 Pro will be launched at this year’s SITEX IT bazaar, and Lenovo has certainly upped the ante here, as we’re looking at more than just a processor bump.

 
Tagged in: laptops, PCs, Singapore, Lenovo, Singapore price, ultrabook, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Yoga 2 Pro,  
 

Goondu review: Nokia Lumia 925

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10 Aug
2013
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Nokia Lumia 925

When the Lumia 925 was first unveiled, it seemed that Nokia has finally heard my pansy complaints that the Lumia 920 could do with some weight-loss training.

At 8.5mm thick and 139g heavy, the Lumia 925 is indeed thinner and much lighter. However, I wasn’t immediately attracted to the way it looks compared to the striking polycarbonate uni-bodies of previous Lumias.

So how did the smartphone hold up after two weeks of use? Let’s find out.

 
Tagged in: Cellphones, Windows Phone, Nokia, Nokia Lumia 925, Singapore price, Windows Phone, windows phone 8,  
 

Hands-on: Lenovo’s ThinkPad Helix and IdeaPad Yoga 11S

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2 Jun
2013
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Lenovo ThinkPad Helix

One of Lenovo’s most hotly-anticipated ThinkPads ever announced will finally make its first retail appearance in Singapore at the PC show this Thursday.

First announced at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this year, the ThinkPad Helix is the first ever ThinkPad to come in the tablet plus keyboard dock form factor. And with a starting price of S$2,199, it’s probably the most expensive convertible we’ve seen so far.

So what does the Helix offer with that high sticker price?

 
Tagged in: laptops, PCs, IdeaPad, IdeaPad Yoga 11S, Lenovo, PC show, PC Show 2013, Singapore price, ThinkPad, ThinkPad Helix, Windows 8, Windows 8 Pro,  
 

Adobe cuts pricing of Creative Cloud for students and teachers in Singapore

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28 May
2013
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Adobe Creative Cloud logo

Like it or not, Adobe’s Creative Cloud is here to stay. And for folks still chewing their nails over whether an on-going subscription provides enough value to jump in, teachers and students in Singapore will be happy to hear that the much-awaited education discount is now available in Singapore.

From now till 25 June, the Creative Cloud Student Teacher Edition can be purchased from the Adobe online store and will go for S$26 per month for eligible buyers. Here’s the catch: you’ll have to commit to an entire year of subscription at one go.

 
Tagged in: Singapore, Software, Adobe, Creative Cloud, Creative Suite 6, CS6, Singapore price,  
 

Adobe goes all-in with Creative Cloud, kills Creative Suite for good

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10 May
2013
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Adobe Creative Cloud logo

When Adobe launched its Creative Cloud offerings to creative professionals in Singapore, it was clear to observers that the software subscription service would be Adobe’s main focus from then on. However, few expected Adobe to scrap its perpetual license offerings entirely and go all-in with Creative Cloud.

But that is exactly what Adobe has announced on Tuesday: the existing Creative Suite 6 will be the last of its kind, and all production software from Adobe will henceforth be issued under the broad Creative Cloud moniker.

 
Tagged in: Singapore, Software, Adobe, Creative Cloud, Creative Suite 6, CS6, Singapore, Singapore price,  
 

ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch now in Singapore from S$3,299

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6 May
2013
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ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch

Of all the ultrabooks designed to take on Apple’s MacBook Air, few were as stunning as the ThinkPad Carbon X1, which combined the ThinkPad’s classic design with modern speedy chips and a super thin body.

Lenovo is back at it once more with the newest iteration of the X1, this time with a 10-point multi-touch screen that enables users to take advantage of Windows 8′s touch-friendly UI.

 
Tagged in: PCs, Singapore, laptop, Lenovo, Singapore price, ThinkPad, thinkpad x1, ThinkPad X1 Carbon, thinkpad x1 carbon touch, ultrabook,  
 

Hands-on: Synrgic’s home-grown Android smartphone

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2 May
2013
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Synrgic Uno

Folks looking for their next smartphone running stock Android may be surprised to find themselves looking no further than Singapore, where local firm Synrgic on Tuesday unveiled the Uno, their new mid-range smartphone.

Sporting a sleek, umber-coloured exterior, the Uno — which means “one” in Spanish or Italian — is completely designed and developed in the Singapore. And instead of mass-producing the smartphone in China, as most brands are wont to do, the Uno will be manufactured in South Korea “to get the best quality”, according to Synrgic CEO Cheo Suan Jin.

 
Tagged in: android, Cellphones, Singapore, Singapore price, Synrgic, Uno,  
 

Hands-on: Canon goes small with the 100D

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12 Apr
2013
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Canon 100D

How many ways can you make a DSLR?

For Canon, the latest gimmick is going small with one of its latest cameras, the 100D.

The 100D is a decidedly entry-level camera. It has the same 18-megapixel sensor as the existing 650D and the new 700D, and in burst mode shoots only 4 frames per second.

 
Tagged in: Cameras, 100D, Canon, Canon 100D, DSLR, Singapore price,  
 

Hands-on: Jawbone Up

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24 Mar
2013
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Up by Jawbone

Smart watches were not the only wearable tech that drew eyes during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) earlier this year. As chips and sensors continue to shrink, a new category of personal fitness tech is emerging in the form of wristband-style gadgets.

These devices are supposed to be worn around the clock so that your every activity can be tracked, even when you’re sleeping. The idea behind it is simple: the more data about you can obtain about how you live, the better you’ll be able to make decisions that directly affect your health, such as getting more sleep or eating the right food.

 
Tagged in: Smart accessories, health and fitness, jawbone up, Singapore price, smart watches, wearable tech,  
 

Microsoft confirms Singapore pricing for Office 365, pushes for subscriptions

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30 Jan
2013
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Microsoft is selling its new Office software for S$138 a year, or S$11.50 a month, to home users  in Singapore, as part of a new subscription service that it hopes will change its fortunes against Google and Apple this year.

Available today, that offer gives users five licences, which means they can install Office on multiple devices at home, including PCs and Macs. 

 
Tagged in: Enterprise, PCs, Singapore, Software, Microsoft, Office 15, office 365, Singapore price, Singapore price and availability, StarHub,