Logitech Keys-To-Go (Photo 1)
Logitech's Keys-To-Go is a stand-alone keyboard for the Apple iPad. Weighing only 180g and with a thickness of only 6mm, users can store it in their briefcase or their purse and carry it anywhere.
The water-repellent FabricSkin protects the keyboard from spills and dirt. The keyboard is optimised for iOS, with short cuts for the operating system. It works with all models of the iPad, iPhone and Apple TV.
Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime Moba Gaming Mouse (Photo 2)
Designed for players of Defence Of The Ancients and League Of Legends, the G302 Daedalus Prime Moba (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) gaming mouse is Logitech's latest addition to its line of gaming peripherals.
The G302 weighs only 128g, has six programmable buttons and four DPI (dots per inch) settings, allowing the user to choose between speed and accuracy.
Jawbone Up Move (Photo 3)
Jawbone's latest entry-level activity and sleep tracker aims to help users get fit and lose weight.
Made from durable anodised aluminium, the device comes in five colours with interchangeable clips.
The Up Move uses a replaceable battery, which lasts up to six months and eliminates the need for regular recharging.
The tracker is powered by the MotionX technology - providing users with a summary of their daily progress, which include steps taken and hours slept.
Noontec Hammo Fashion Hi-Fi Headphones (Photo 4)
Noontec's flagship over-the-ear, stereo headphones are touted to provide users with a comfortable fit and excellent audio performance.
The product features earpads made from hypoallergenic materials, as well as an adjustable headband.
The Hammo headphones are equipped with 50mm drivers and come with a cable microphone which supports hands-free calling for iOS and Android devices.
OCZ RevoDrive 350 (Photo 5)
$799 (240GB), $1,299 (480GB), $1,999 (960GB)
OCZ's latest RevoDrive 350 series of solid-state drives (SSDs) are aimed at tech enthusiasts, such as hardcore gamers, software developers and designers.
The RevoDrive does not use the usual Sata interface for hard drives, opting for the faster PCI Express interface instead.
The PCI Express slot is usually reserved for high-speed devices, such as a graphics card.
OCZ claims this substitution results in the product being three times faster than a standard SSD.
Onkyo TX-NR737 Dolby Atmos Receiver (Photo 6)
Onkyo's latest network receivers are the brand's first Dolby Atmos-enabled network receivers. The product comes with 4K/60Hz-capable HDMI inputs, as well as the new HDCP 2.2 support. It is also capable of Ultra-HD video streaming and 4K gaming at 60 frames per second.
It has Qdeo's 4K upscaling for DVDs and console games, and comes with built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, which lets users stream content directly from smartphones and tablets.
This article was first published on Nov 12, 2014.
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