Posted on Sep 6 2016 - 9:16am by Tayla Ansell
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The Classic air purifying series from Blueair has been updated, offering enhanced air purifying power, cloud connectivity and a sleeker profile. Launched at IFA 2016, the new Classic models deliver an improved clean air delivery rate (CADR), which delivers 20% more purified air on the faster speed setting, and a substantially lower noise level and power consumption thanks to improved fan technology. The...

Posted on Sep 6 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
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James Goulding talks to Nigel Steljes about his new company and interactive flat panel displays Avocor is a new name to reckon with in the AV industry. A specialist manufacturer of interactive touch screens for the education and corporate sectors, the company is the latest venture of Nigel Steljes who set up and ran AV distributor Steljes for 28 years. Steljes went into administration in May after...

Posted on Sep 5 2016 - 3:34pm by Tayla Ansell
Comments Off on Toshiba previews integrated phone charging and backup solution

Smartphones store a lot of personal contents and yet, despite the risk of data loss, it’s easy to forget to backup your device regularly. Toshiba is developing a new product for backing up and charging Android phones in a single user operation. It is designed to make data backup at home as simple as charging a phone – something most people have to do on a daily basis. As well as backing up...

Posted on Sep 5 2016 - 11:52am by Tayla Ansell
Comments Off on Samsung brings Amazon Dash enabled printers to UK

Following the launch of Amazon Dash in the UK, Samsung Printing Solutions has announced that its UK customers will now be able to reorder their print supplies automatically through Amazon Dash Replenishment. Using Internet of Things (IoT) technology and cloud services on connected devices, Dash Replenishment orders and delivers supplies directly to customers when a replacement is needed, in accordance...

Posted on Sep 5 2016 - 11:24am by Tayla Ansell
Comments Off on Office workers waste more time on slow tech than they spend on holiday

The average UK office worker wastes at least 21 days each year due to slow or inefficient technology – longer than many people’s paid annual leave – according to new research by Sharp. The biggest time waster reported was searching for files on a server, taking up 23 minutes per day thanks to poor search tools. Others include using the printer, with seven minutes spent daily waiting...

Posted on Sep 5 2016 - 8:45am by Tayla Ansell
Comments Off on STABILO sensor gains new colours

The STABILO SENSOR fineliner is famed for its unique technology – the spring-loaded fineliner tip gives users unparalleled comfort, smooth writing and prevents excess wear. It’s cushioned tip adjusts to the individual’s writing pressure. This Autumn will see the release of the new STABILO SENSOR now available in eight colours, the original colours of blue, black, red and green have been...

Posted on Sep 5 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
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Modulprim security rooms from Securikey can now be specified in lighter materials, giving customers even more choice and flexibility. A cost-effective method of adding a high security strong-room to a new or existing building, Modulprim is modular, bespoke and adaptable to most building specifications. www.securikey.co.uk ...

Posted on Sep 4 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
Comments Off on Successful fundraising for flash drive

Adam Elements has returned to Indiegogo to finance its latest product. It fist used the crowdfunding site last year to raise funds for its iKlips flash drive. Then, in March, it used it again, this time for an enhanced model featuring a new design, high-speed MLC flash memory and an intuitive app, iKlips 2.0, for easier operation. The new iKlips DUO raised more than five times its initial goal of...

Posted on Sep 3 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
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InToro has launched a range of Anti-Bluelight smartphone accessories that it claims can block out 60% of harmful blue light. The range includes iPhone screen protectors made from tempered glass and glasses with blue-light protected glass lenses for users of tablets or a different brand of smartphone. www.intorobluelight.co.uk ...

Posted on Sep 2 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
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The Pixel is Adonit’s most advanced stylus to date, featuring a 1.9mm Pixelpoint tip, expanded compatibility and a sensor that activates the stylus when it is picked up. The Pixel, in black or bronze, is available from Amazon for £89.99. www.adonit.net ...