TrendForce reports that it expects that the global shipments of virtual reality (VR) devices will reach 4.65 million units in 2018, and six-million units in 2019, a YoY growth of 29%.
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Following through on its announcement this summer, TCL Corporation, based in Shenzhen, China, has now officially entered the Canadian TV market.
Kaleidescape has introduced its new Mobile App, which provides customers with a user interface for selecting and purchasing movies, and controlling the playback of feature films, concerts, and TV shows on their Kaleidescape system.
Red Dead Redemption by Rockstar Games is the second-highest grossing game of all time, behind only Grand Theft Auto V, which achieved over US$1 billion in worldwide retail sales in its first three days of release, compared to Red Dead's US$725 million.
Apple has introduced the latest version of its iPad Pro, which boasts an all-screen design that pushes the 11" and 12.9" Liquid Retina displays to the edges of the device.
Apple today revealed a new version of its popular MacBook Air computer, featuring a 13-inch Retina display, Touch ID, the latest processors and an even more portable design; as well as a new Mac mini, which boasts six-core processors, more memory capacity, and all-flash storage.
Shimoda has expanded its popular Explore camera bag line with the new Explore 30, which is best suited to adventure photographers with small pack needs.
Pioneer's mid-level Elite VSX-LX503, priced at $1,450, brings all of the great features that were found in the SC-05 mid-level receiver introduced a decade ago back to the fold, along with a better DAC.
Dell is adding several models to its UltraSharp Monitor line-up, including one that it deems to be the "world's first" 49" dual QHD monitor with ultra-wide views, multitasking features, and seamless connectivity.
Screen Innovations (SI) has announced that its ambient-light-rejecting Short Throw (ST) screen material is now available on Solo Pro. The Solo family of screens are highly customizable motorized screens that the company says can be carried and installed in five minutes by a single person.
Amazon has introduced a new version of its Kindle Paperwhite that is thinner and lighter, waterproof, and boasts twice the storage capacity for holding more ebooks.