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The Xperia M, the new mid-range smartphone from Sony, comes packed with a range of features. Running on the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS platform, the Xperia M is powered by a 1.5GHz dual core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor and boasts 1GB RAM. It sports a 4-inch screen that has a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels. This bar-shaped phone comes with an elegant design and is 9.3mm thick, weighing 124g. The 5MP rear-camera has a range of supporting features to enhance image quality while the 0.3MP secondary camera helps make video calls. The phone has 4GB internal memory capability which is expandable to 32GB via a microSD card. Available in black, white, yellow and purple. 


The Nokia 515 reflects the Finnish company's approach to design, focusing on simplicity, purity and craftsmanship. It features scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass 2, gently curved for a beautiful finish, and a classic highly polished camera bezel. At 11mm thick, the phone will slide beautifully into the smallest pocket or bag. It delivers a fast, 3.5G HSDPA internet experience and comes with a standby time of up to 38 days. With optimised HSDPA internet built-in and data cloud compression, mobile browsing is up to 90% more efficient. Popular apps like Facebook and Twitter come preloaded on the phone, while Mail for Exchange allows people to check emails and sync their calendars and contacts on-the-go. Priced at 4,790 baht, the Nokia 515 is available in black and white.


The Nikon 1 AW1 is part of the new series of Nikon 1 advanced cameras with interchangeable lenses. It is compact enough to take anywhere and supports the world's fastest high-speed continuous shooting rate of approximately 15fps with AF tracking and high-speed continuous shooting of full-resolution images at 60fps when the focus is locked. It is also water-proof up to a depth of 15m and can withstand the shock of a fall from a height of up to 2m. Featuring a stylish and elegant design ideal for a day out in town, it also supports a variety of Nikkor lenses.


Part of the new line-up in the ScanSnap series, the Fujitsu SV600 delivers simple and speedy paper-to-PDF digitisation in a compact design.

The SV600 is a new document scanner which utilises a new "Versatile Imaging Technology" to maintain user friendliness and high image quality and is capable of scanning documents up to A3 in size as well as bound books directly in sharp scanned image data. Inheriting the symbolic "One Touch" feature from the ScanSnap Series and equipped with "Book Image Correction" to correct distortion caused by the curve of an opened book and "Page Turning Detection", various media can be converted into digital form without hassle.

The scanner is bundled with software for Windows OS and software for Mac OS is scheduled to be available for download by year-end.


BenQ has announced the availability of Eye-Care monitors in its product range. Now, with the added eye comfort and visual pleasure offered by the Eye-Care Series based on flicker-free technology, computer users are able to enhance their work productivity and fully enjoy their daily work. The same benefits are enjoyed by notebook users with the adoption of a BenQ Eye-Care monitor as an extended screen to their notebook displays.

Other features that complement BenQ Eye-Care monitors include Senseye Reading Mode that recreates the comfortable experience of reading an actual book by adjusting the monitor's colour temperature and brightness levels, Eye Protect Sensor that detects ambient light levels and adjusts the monitor's brightness automatically throughout the day for optimised clarity and comfort, and an Anti-Glare Display that helps you avoid straining your eyes when the monitor faces a light source.

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