Seven Hot Items in The 7-O-7 Tech Shop
RMN Digital is now inviting consumers from all across the world to visit its virtual tech products shop: The 7-O-7 Tech Shop. This section carries information on 7 hot products introduced in the last 7 days – every week – based on the editor’s choice.
Now, you can take a look at new mobiles, tablet devices, video games, digital entertainment offers, more consumer products, enterprise solutions, etc. at the tech shop.
Here’s the collection of items for the week: February 20 – 26, 2012.
It was a good week for games aficionados, as Electronic Arts delivered the first true HD console experience on a hand-held gaming device with the launch of EA SPORTS FIFA Soccer on the PlayStation Vita handheld entertainment system.
Similarly, Square Enix says Army Corps of Hell is now available at retailers and via digital download from the PlayStation Store. Players can now face the ultimate battle for hell exclusively for the PlayStation (PS) Vita system.
And travel fans are being given a chance to win 50 vacations at destinations around the world with the latest version of Orbitz.com’s Facebook sweepstakes Orbitz 50 Faves, a free Facebook game.
On the digital entertainment front, Netflix announced the availability of Netflix on PlayStation Vita (PS Vita), the first Sony handheld entertainment system to feature Netflix. PS Vita can stream TV shows and movies from Netflix on its 5-inch multi-touch display via Wi-Fi.
Similarly, Comcast is offering Xfinity Streampix, a new subscription video service that enables Xfinity video customers to instantly view their favorite movies and TV shows.
In the enterprise section, Motorola Solutions unveiled the SL Series portable radio as the latest addition to its MOTOTRBO professional digital communications portfolio.
Also, take a look at AT&T Digital Life, an IP-based remote monitoring and automation platform to equip global service providers with the capabilities to offer their subscribers customizable, web-based home automation, energy and security services.