Apple is targeting the desktop market with the larger, thinner and lighter iPad Pro. The enhanced tablet-device features a 12.9-inch Retina display with 5.6 million pixels and refined Multi-Touch technology, as well as ultra-fast WiFi connectivity. A powerful new 64-bit A9X chip also promises desktop-class processing performance and console-class graphics, meaning the iPad Pro is enabled for a new generation of advanced apps to perform everything from productivity, design, illustration, engineering and medical, to education, gaming and entertainment. Apple has also announced the Apple Pencil for iPad Pro, a precision input device available for purchase separately. The accessory enables fluid and natural drawing and sketching thanks to the touch subsystem of the Multi-Touch display being redesigned to work with Apple Pencil. The new Smart Keyboard further extends the utility of iPad Pro, offering a full-sized keyboard in a thin, durable design to take anywhere. The Smart Keyboard, also available separately, attaches to iPad Pro’s innovative Smart Connector port, eliminating the need for a separate battery, on/off switch or Bluetooth pairing.
James Bond’s phone-of-choice in Spectre, Sony’s new Xperia Z5 range offers sleek, waterproof phones with high-res audio performance and 23-megapixel cameras with interchangeable lens capable of capturing high octane moments in just 0.03 seconds. The Premium model also promises up to two days of battery life and can upscale your content to 4K.
LG has recently expanded its range of 4K OLED televisions. The new models include a 65- and 55-inch 4K high dynamic range (HDR) OLED sets (65/55EK9500 and 55EG9200) and a curved OLED version (55EG9100). The EF9500 units feature the industry’s first flat 4K resolution OLED displays while the EG9200 and EG9100 measures an incredibly slim 4.8mm.
The latest Samsung Gear features a versatile circular design with a unique rotating bezel, along with the home and back buttons, for easy access to notifications and applications. The smartwatch is available in two options: the Gear S2 classic for those who prefer timeless design, while the Gear S2 (pictured) is for admirers of modern, minimal design.