30 July 2013 | 0
Designed with ultrabooks and mobile devices in mind, Logitech’s Z600 speakers connect to your device of choice by Bluetooth to up to three devices at the same time.
The top panel of the right speaker is a touch-sensitive disc, which is used to dial the volume up or down. The other controls – power, Bluetooth pairing and a 3.5mm input – are hidden discreetly in the back.
A USB Bluetooth transceiver is included for PCs without Bluetooth.
HTC One mini
HTC’s woes continued this past quarter as the company said it would look to the mid-range market to return to profitability. The One mini will be their tentpole handset in this regard.
Keeping roughly the same design as the One, the One mini is a substantial package with a 4.3" 720×1280 display and measures 132×63.2×9.2mm and weighs 122g – still bigger than the iPhone 5 – although it does have a slower 1.4GHz processor and 1Gb of RAM versus 1.7GHz and 2Gb for the One.
It also has a 4MP ultrapixel camera, Beats audio speakers and 1080p video capture and comes in the familiar ‘glacial silver’ and ‘stealth black’.
Leaked online by camera website Digicame Info, the GX-7 could be the follow-up to Panasonic’s highly regarded GH-3.
Rumoured specs include a 16MP sensor,, 2.76 million dot viewfinder with 90-degree tilt action, ISO 25,600, NFC, Wi-Fi and high definition video shooting at 60fps.
Best of all, it looks like it could be at least a few hundred euro cheaper than its big brother, which retails at around €1200 body-only.
Price: €1,000 (tbc)