Here’s a round up of new tech released in Thailand this week – 02 Jan 18

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Cinema in the living room

Ben-Q W1700 is a DLP home theatre projector with a massive 8.3- million-pixel resolution display-inh 4K UHD pictures, using 0.47-inch single DMD DLP chip.

It supports HDR10 technology, which brightens pictures and adds the wider scope of colours, is equipped with HDMI ports and supports Google Chromecast and Amazon Fire TV Stick. Treat yourself this New Year for Bt60,900.

Hear the difference

Sony hear.on 2 MDR-H600A High-Resolution Audio overear headphones comes with Beat Response Control technology for deep bass sounds. The phones have HD 40mm drivers to reproduce high-resolution sounds and the audio cable comes with microphone and inline remote control so the H600A can also be used as a smartphone headset. It retails for Bt6,290.

Shots in a flash

A new digital SLR camera with very fast auto-focus, especially in Live View mode, Canon EOS 800D boasts a DIGIC 7 image engine for fast operation and 24.2-million-pixel APSC image sensor for sharp resolution. It also comes with Bluetooth for easy connection and with the EFS 1855 IS STM kit retails for Bt34,590.

Anywhere at any time

Apple TV 4K is a new IPTV box from Apple that features 4K and HDR display technologies, allowing you to stream 4K HDR movies from content providers to your 4K HDR TV. It is powered by A10X Fusion 64-bit and connects to your router with either Gigabit Ethernet port or MIMO Wi-Fi 802.11ac. It also boasts an HDMI 2.0a port for connecting to bitscreen LCD TV. Two versions are available from Apple Thailand in two options with 32 GB storage for Bt8,500 and 64 GB for Bt9,200.

Take a Note

A toned-down version of Galaxy Note 8, the Samsung Galaxy Note Fan Edition features 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. It is powered by octa-core processor running at 2.3GHz and 1.6 GHz and has a 5.7-inch display with 2560x1440pixel resolution. It comes with 12 MP rear camera and 5 MP front camera. Buy it now for Bt20,900.

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