Tech Shop Exhibits Xbox Music and Surface Tablet PC
Now, you can take a look at new mobiles, tablet devices, video games, digital entertainment offers, consumer electronics products, enterprise solutions, etc. in the tech shop.
Here’s the collection of top items for the week: Oct 15 – Oct 21, 2012.
Microsoft continues its forays in the digital entertainment segment. The company has introduced Xbox Music, a music service that gives you the freedom to stream custom-created playlists for free, subscribe to all the music you want or download-to-own your favorite songs.
Moreover, Microsoft has released new details about its Microsoft Surface, a tablet PC designed to be the ultimate stage for Windows.
Similarly, Toshiba’s new laptops feature spacious touchpads with Windows 8 gesture support to allow users to perform gestures on the touchpad as they would on a touchscreen device.
For gamers, Big Fish, which offers casual games, announced the next Mystery Case Files game – the ninth in Big Fish’s hidden-object adventure series. The game, entitled Mystery Case Files: Shadow Lake, features starring roles by Lea Thompson and her daughter Madelyn Deutch.
For beauty lovers, Bloom.com is expanding its social beauty network with a free mobile app that allows beauty enthusiasts to discover the hottest beauty trends, products and professionals.
Also, bras retailer Bare Necessities goes paperless in 2012 when it comes to their catalogs, and embraces the digital experience.
Digital products company Logitech is expanding the ways in which you can stream and create videos with its new Logitech Broadcaster Wi-Fi Webcam. Made for video professionals, bloggers and hobbyists, this new webcam gives you flexibility to do more than traditional webcams, including live streaming, shooting videos from two different angles or video chatting on your Mac computer.
That’s all for the week.