Samsung Enters Modern Workspace Arena with Flip WM55H

Samsung Electronics Singapore recently announced the Singapore availability of its new Samsung Flip digital flip chart display, a product which offers a first look into the company’s vision for a “Workplace of the Future”. The Samsung Flip WM55H promotes more collaborative digital engagement by alleviating the most prominent challenges businesses face when organizing, facilitating and recapping meetings.

It looks very similar to Microsoft Surface Hub offering new insights to the digital and modern workspace. As the name suggests, the Samsung Flip can be oriented in both portrait and landscape mode depending on the presentation type.
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Review: ASUS ROG Strix GL702ZC – Ryzen-based laptop

The ASUS ROG Strix GL702ZC is one of the first AMD Ryzen based laptop – and not just any ordinary laptop, it’s a gaming laptop to boot. The catch: The CPU isn’t a mobile-variant Ryzen, instead it’s a meant-for-desktop Ryzen 7 1700. I was definitely curious as to how it performed. It’s been years since AMD had been able to compete head to head with Intel, and even more so from the laptop perspective.
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Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro Available in Singapore

Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro is their latest addition to Samsung’s basic range, a compact smartphone that could do better in terms of it’s spec offering.

The new Galaxy J2 Pro boasts a 5” qHD Super AMOLED screen – which in numbers translate to a 960 x 540 screen. AMOLED might mitigate with better colours but don’t expect good sharpness at that sort of resolution. Running on only 1.5 GB RAM and a Snapdragon 425 CPU, this is not the phone for playing games. The camera is of better spec. With a 8MP (f2.2) rear camera and a 5MP (f2.2) front camera, the Galaxy J2 Pro allows users to capture the perfect selfies. With the front camera’s LED flash, users can now capture bright selfies even in low-light conditions, ensuring high-quality images anywhere and anytime. Read More

Nvidia Supersized Display

PC Gamers looking for a gaming display typically had to compromise between size and specifications. Nvidia hopes to solve that challenge with the introduction of their big format gaming displays, or BFGDs. Created in conjunction with NVIDIA hardware partners Acer, ASUS and HP, BFGDs integrate a high-end 65-inch, 4K 120Hz HDR display with NVIDIA G-SYNC technology together with NVIDIA SHIELD, the world’s most advanced streaming device.
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Review: ASUS B9440

The ASUS B9440 is a thin and sleek laptop that’s designed for business, but won’t look out of place for the design-conscious.

The AsusPro B9440 is a strong advocate of the ultrabook trend, with a slim frame, and tiny bezels on the display, allowing it to cramp a 14” screen into a 13.3” laptop body. Business users no longer need to forego style.

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Here’s How the Samsung Galaxy S9 Would Look

We are shifting in 2018, and one of, if not the most anticipated phone coming our way soon would be the Samsung Galaxy S9. Images of the rendered handset has already been leaked, which has led to speculations on the specifications.

Externally, it looks identical to the Samsung Galaxy S8, except for the position of the fingerprint sensor. It has now been moved to a central position under the lens. Definitely an improvement over the S8. The new S9 will come with the Snapdragon 845, likely to include more RAM, and rumoured to contain a larger battery. The increase in battery capacity is a big plus, but overall if you are already holding to a Samsung Galaxy S8, there seems to be little features that would win you over.

Last year, the The Galaxy S8 and S8+ were officially unveiled on 29 March 2017, with pre-orders beginning 30 March and official Singapore release on 21 April 2017. I would expect similar a release cycle for the Samsung Galaxy S9.