Seagate is offering fans the chance to take home three new limited-edition Spider-Man themed FireCuda external hard disk drives.
These officially licensed Marvel HDDs join the company’s line of special edition storage devices.
There will be three options to choose from: Spider-Man, Gwen Stacy, and Miles Morales. The characters’ artworks are showcased on each of the drives, which also features customizable RGB LED lighting.
All drives have 2TB of capacity and are compatible with Windows PCs, Macs, PlayStation, and Xbox. They also come with Seagate’s three-year limited warranty and three-year Rescue Data Recovery Services.
Until November 30, Seagate will also conduct a giveaway open to all Filipino residents. Winners will receive a special edition FireCuda HDD with the design of their choice.
Logitech launches the Brio 100 webcam, Pebble 2 keyboard/mouse
Today, a webcam is an invaluable piece of technology essential to workstations and gaming rigs alike. If you’re still shopping for a decent camera for your PC, Logitech has a new option for you. The Logitech Brio 100 is an affordable piece that can deliver quality audio and video for your needs.
Despite being a small shooter, the Brio 100 can deliver Full HD 1080p video for your calls. Plus, with RightLight technology, the camera can automatically increase brightness by 50 percent and reduce shadows from your video. You can also manually customize the video through the Logi Options+ app.
Additionally, you won’t need an external mic to pair with your webcam. It comes with a built-in mic already. It also comes with a 1.5m cable, so you can position the webcam in any angle you’d want.
The Brio 100 is available starting September 21. It is compatible with any USB-A ports on Windows, MacOS, and ChromeOS. It retails for SGD 59 and will come in Graphite, Off-White, and Rose.
Pebble 2 Combo
The new Brio 100 isn’t the only thing on Logitech’s slate today. The company also launched the new Pebble 2 Combo, comprised of the Pebble Keys 2 K380s keyboard and the Pebble Mouse 2 M350s.
The Pebble Keys 2 K380s is a lightweight keyboard built for portability. The slim design gives way to scooped round keys for maximum comfort when typing. You can also connect up to three devices simultaneously. You can then easily switch between these devices using the Easy-Switch buttons. Further, button customization is easy with the Logi Options+ app. The battery can last up to three years, too.
Meanwhile, the Pebble Mouse 2 M350s is also built for portability. The lightweight mouse has Silent Touch technology, which reduces the clicking noise by 90 percent. You can also connect it to up to three devices. The battery can last up to two years.
Both the keyboard and the mouse are available in Tonal Graphite, Tonal White, and Tonal Rose. The keyboard retails for SGD 65. The mouse sells for SGD 49.
Finally, the Logitech Pebble 2 combo — which bundles the two devices together — sells for SGD 89. The combo will also come in two additional color options: Tonal Sand and Tonal Blue.
Deep Earth Collection: New PS5 plates and DualSense colors
Launched right after the mid-September State of Play, PlayStation has a new Deep Earth Collection. It features new metallic colorways of PlayStation 5 (PS5) faceplates and DualSense controllers.
The collection introduces three new colors for the DualSense wireless controller and PS5 console covers, all with a smooth metallic finish: molten Volcanic Red, alluring Cobalt Blue, and sleek Sterling Silver.
Sony PlayStation says it is “Inspired by the powerful hues found in the depths of our planet and then elevated with a metallic finish for a touch of sophistication.”
Satoshi Aoyagi and Leo Cardoso from PlayStation’s design team share more about this new offering.
“While crafting this new collection of DualSense controller and PS5 console cover colors, we drew inspiration from the beautiful and powerful hues found in the depths of planet Earth. We elevated the colors by adding a metallic finish for a touch of sophistication.” — Satoshi Aoyagi
“Volcanic Red boasts a rich blazing red tone. Cobalt Blue, on the other hand, presents a deep shade of blue with intriguing hints of purple. Lastly, Sterling Silver showcases a classic aesthetic with a subtle blue undertone.” — Leo Cardoso
Price and availability
The Deep Earth DualSense controllers will be available for a recommended retail price (RRP) of SGD 107 / MYR 369 / IDR 1,359,000 / THB 2,590 / PHP 4,290 / VND 2,099,000.
Meanwhile, the Deep Earth PS5 console covers will be available for a recommended retail price (RRP) of SGD 79.90 / MYR 259 / IDR 939,000 / THB 1,890 / PHP 3,090 / VND 1,499,000.
PlayStation noted on their blog that the Volcanic Red and Cobalt Blue accessories will launch on November 3. Sterling Silver will follow on January 26. But the exact launch date and availability for the accessories may vary by region and is subject to change.
Epson reveals 8 new business projectors for Singapore
For meetings and education
Epson has announced eight new additions to its business projector series lineup in Singapore.
These latest products are designed to meet needs in both the business and education settings, providing companies and schools with higher quality video conferencing devices or tools for learning.
The EB-L260F, EB-770Fi, and EB-770F, for instance, display in both 16:6 and 21:9 aspect ratios to complement the content that needs to be displayed.
Meanwhile, the EB-L260F and EB-L210W can cover up to 300 inches in some distances.
The projectors also have a brightness display range of 4,000 to 4,600 lumens, so meetings or lessons can be easily projected across common backdrops or blank surfaces under different lighting environments, without the need to prepare a display area for projector use.
All products use Epson’s laser light technology, for up to 20,000 hours of maintenance-free use so companies can utilize the projectors’ life for a long time.
Furthermore, Epson’s iProjection app allows users to project up to four devices within the same network. The app can also quickly change the source devices through a remote control function.
The 16:6 projectors have interactive functions as well that support Epson’s Graphical User Interface (GUI). This allows seamless collaboration between people through the display of toolbars on both sides of the screen.
If users want to refer to an existing document while it is projected on screen, the document camera can shift the position of the document on display easily.
Lastly, the projectors can accommodate a smart stick with AC power so organizers do not have to connect long cables for power sources anymore.
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