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The HP Slate7 Extreme combines the power, speed and graphics capabilities of the NVIDIA Tegra 4 Processor. NVIDIA PureAudio technology provides true surround sound through front-facing speakers and a dedicated bass-reflex port speaker. Running on Android, the 7-inch HP Slate boasts a 1280 by 800 resolution IPS display, a 5MP rear camera, a VGA resolution front-facing camera and 16GB of internal storage. It delivers intuitive navigation and pinpoint accuracy and features an integrated stylus pen for composing and creating notes and illustrations on the go. 


My Cloud EX4 serves as a home's digital entertainment hub, configurable for up to 16TB of movies and music that can then be streamed to any Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) and Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) certified multimedia device such as gaming consoles, smart TVs and WD TV Live media players. The EX4 storage provides several capacity options, allowing customers to choose from a driveless enclosure that lets users customise their capacity and add additional drives as their library of digital content grows, or an 8TB, 12TB or 16TB model. With Easy-Slide-Drive technology, the EX4 allows customers to easily install or hot-swap drives in seconds, without the need for a screwdriver, toolkit or trays. Users can attach compatible USB 3.0 hard drives to the USB expansion ports to instantly expand their storage capacity.


The Lenovo Iomega ix2 is a storage solution with advanced data protection that stores, shares and protects important files, locally and remotely via the cloud. Perfect for small offices, workgroups or advanced home networks, it provides easy file sharing, snapshots, user quotas, iSCSI block access and powerful backup features. The Lenovo Iomega ix2 comes with up to 6TB of storage capacity and includes built-in video surveillance solutions and cloud-sharing options.


Sony's XAV-712BT provides drivers with access to music, navigation and smartphone apps while they are on the road. The in-car AV centre head units come with a Double-DIN multimedia centre which can be easily connected to a number of MirrorLink compatible mobile devices, transforming the devices into automotive app platforms where content and apps can be conveniently accessed. MirrorLink technology allows the projection of smartphone screen images to the AV centre head units, and selected mobile functions can directly be controlled on the XAV-712BT, which comes in 7-inch colour touchscreen.

All they have to do is to touch the eVoice key on the head unit and issue commands that will enable functions such launching the phone's navigation app, responding to SMS as well as launching the music app. Users can simply use their smartphone touchscreen to adjust functions such as music fader/balance, listening position, EQ and other sound settings.

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