Despite looking like a scaled-down version of the media facility at Lords cricket ground, the Zen Stream from iFi appears to be an interesting contribution to the never-ending media wars.
Sony’s pulsating, pumping tower of audio power is the High Power Audio System MUTEKI V90DW, a true party machine that puts the V into volume with a genuinely horny sound.
Australian-owned tech brand LASER has launched its Wireless Wi-Fi Adaptor, which, at $99 ,turns any speaker system with "AUX in" into a wirelessly accessible and app-controlled modern speaker system.
A new mini video projector from BenQ includes DLNA compatibility for easy streaming.
Billion has added to its range of 'fibre ready' ADSL routers (ie, they incorporate an Ethernet WAN port as well as an ADSL2+ modem) with the release of the BiPAC 7800NXL.
A new release of RAIDiator, the firmware for Netgear's ReadyNAS Duo v2 and ReadyNAS NV+ v2, brings several new cloud-like functions to the storage devices.
Belkin is about to join the ranks of home networking vendors with products supporting the new 802.11ac wireless network standard that promises significantly greater speeds.
One of the problems of the connected lounge room is 'box sprawl' - the need to add a box to add new functions. One way of reducing the clutter without the expense of buying a smart TV is to upgrade to a smart Blu-ray player.
Netgear claims its R6300 wireless router will be the first 802.11ac Wi-Fi router on Australian retailers' shelves.
Telstra and HTC will start selling Australia's first 4G smartphone next Tuesday.
The latest storage product from WD combines dual drives for capacity or redundancy with Internet access and DLNA compatibility.
Samsung's CES announcements include a raft of new products heading for Australia this year. Heading the list are TVs with voice and motion control plus face recognition, somewhat reminiscent of Microsoft's Kinect for Xbox 360, but there's a lot more in the company's latest home entertainment ranges.
Three new camcorders announced by Canon at CES include Wi-Fi connectivity and support MP4 for playback on iPhones and iPads, and for uploading to social media sites.
Qualcomm Atheros has launched an Android app, Skifta, that enables an Android phone or tablet to access music, videos and photos stored on the user's home PC and display/play that content on other connected devices in the home or any DLNA compliant device connected to the Internet which they can access via WiFi from the Android device.
Sony might not be the first to arrive for the Android tablet party, but at least it's bringing something different.
WD's new MyBook Live NAS device promises home users speedy access to shared data, with an emphasis on sharing videos, music and other media.
A limited-time offer means that some buyers of a new PC will also receive an almost free Xbox 360 complete with Kinect.
Netgear has expanded its ReadyNAS family of storage units for home and business use, and added new features.
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