Here’s a round up of new tech released in Thailand this week – 20 May 2018

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Now you can be a pro

The professional-grade Panasonic Lumix GH5s C4K mirrorless camera offers 30 Lumix and Leica compact-lens options.

It will shoot Cinematic and Anamorphic 4K video at cutting-edge C4K with unlimited recording. The GH5s comes pre-installed with HDR Hybrid Log Gamma and Panasonic’s VLogL and top-flight exposure tools. It can capture still photos at fantastic resolution. The body on its own sells for Bt92,990.

Printing gets cheap and easy

HP’s Ink Tank Wireless 415 all-in-one printer lets you scan and copy documents at low cost. The tank system lets you print up to 8,000 colour pages from one set of three ink colours or 6,000 black pages. It handles Wi-Fi Direct printing. It can print five A4 colour pages per minute, eight in black and white. The suggested retail price is Bt5,590.

Thanos is ready to play

Acer’s Nitro 5 Marvel Studios “Avengers: Infinity War” Thanos Edition is a powerful notebook computer for gaming. On the top cover is a Thanos portrait done with In-Mould Roller finishing technology. You have NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 graphics with 4GB of GDDR5 VRAM, a seventh-generation Intel Core i57300HQ processor and 8GB of DDR4 memory. Expect to pay Bt29,990.

Make some noise!

The Beoplay A9 multiroom speaker system puts out 480 watts of power, so it’s gonna be loud. Just 70x91x14.5cm and 15 kilograms in weight (legs included), it has a USB port for an iPhone or iPad, a linein and an Ethernet port for a router. It’ll tackle 802.11n, Apple AirPlay and Blutooth 4.0 and can integrated with Spotify, Tunein and Deezer. Chromecast is built in. Get it from WeMall.com for Bt118,000.

Shoot and share

The Olympus Pen EPL9 will have you capturing artistic photos with ease. Inside the sophisticated exterior is Wi-Fi and Blueetooth for easy connections to a smartphone and quick sharing online. Resolution is 16.1 million pixels and you can take 4K video. It’s in stores with a 1442mm kit lens for Bt24,990.

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