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Sony Xperia Z5 Premium hands-on with 4K display

Sony Xperia Z5 Premium hands-on with 4K display

Today we're having a look at the Sony Xperia Z5 Premium with 4K display, deciding whether or not it makes sense to go this far with sharpness on a mobile display. This device has a 5.5-inch display panel, meaning you'll have 806 pixels per inch - far more than is discernible by the human eye. We'll have to try this device out for an extended period of time before we decide whether or not it'll be worth the "Premium" price it'll cost.

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ASUS Zen AIO S Series combines premium style with GeForce GTX 960M power

ASUS Zen AIO S Series combines premium style with GeForce GTX 960M power

ASUS has pulled the wraps off a new series of AIO PCs during IFA 2015. The new range of machines is called the Zen AiO S Series and they look very much like gold version of an iMac. There are two machines in the S series line including the 23.8-inch AiO S Z240IC and the 21.5-inch AiO S Z220IC. Both of the models share many common features with all-aluminum designs. Processors up to the 6th-generation Intel Core i7 are available. Buyers can also choose to fit the machine with up to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M gaming grade graphics with up to 4GB of video memory.

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Sony Xperia Z5 Premium revealed and detailed with 4K display

Sony Xperia Z5 Premium revealed and detailed with 4K display

This week Sony showed off the Sony Xperia Z5, a smartphone that "contains our best camera created specifically for a smartphone." This device is made for consumers that wish to take quick shots, working with 0.03-second autofocus. Sony suggests that this is the world's fastest autofocus on a smartphone. This device also has "better zoom quality" with 5x Clear Image Zoom and a 23-megapixel sensor. This device's camera also has focus placed on low-light photography and "SteadyShot" intelligent bump-reducing mode.

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Huawei Mate S features Force Touch, knuckle gesture recognition

Huawei Mate S features Force Touch, knuckle gesture recognition

Huawei is using its stage time at IFA 2015 to announce its latest smartphone, the Mate S, clear shot at rivaling Apple's forthcoming iPhone "6s" Plus. First off, the device features a 5.5-inch display, down from the 6-inch Ascend Mate 7 from last year, but it's also touting Force Touch, the same pressure sensitive touchscreen technology that Apple debuted in the Apple Watch and Retina MacBook, and is expected to be a big part of this year's new iPhones.

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ASUS GX700 gaming laptop rocks liquid cooling and mystery GPU

ASUS GX700 gaming laptop rocks liquid cooling and mystery GPU

ASUS has tossed a new laptop onto the market during IFA 2015 called the GX700 and the machine is a beast. It's aimed directly at the gamers out there who are willing to pay for the most powerful portable gaming system in the land. ASUS is still a bit coy specs for the GX700 so we don’t know everything about it just yet.

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ASUS ZenFone Zoom debuts in Europe with 3x optical zoom

ASUS ZenFone Zoom debuts in Europe with 3x optical zoom

At IFA 2015 in Berlin, Asus took the opportunity to announce its ZenFone Zoom, first seen at CES earlier this year, is coming to Europe with its impressive 3x optical zoom. Asus' Android powered smartphone is said to be the world's thinnest with optical-zoom on its 13-megapixel rear camera. Along with optical image stabilization (OIS), the ZenFone Zoom is capable of up to 12x magnification, along with close-ups from only 5cm away with its macro shooting mode.

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ASUS VivoStick offers up a Windows 10 PC for only $129

ASUS VivoStick offers up a Windows 10 PC for only $129

Hot on the heel's of Intel's new Compute Stick, Asus is revealing its own PC-on-a-stick in an attempt to one-up the competition. The Asus VivoStick is pretty much what you'd expect from the form-factor: a pocket-size HDMI stick that plugs into a TV or monitor, turning it into a Windows 10 PC. Priced at $129, the VivoStick already trumps Intel's Compute Stick in value, and it offers a few extra to boot.

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Behold, ASUS’ monstrous Crown of Thorns router

Behold, ASUS’ monstrous Crown of Thorns router

Nobody ever said that home networking kit couldn't be terrifying, and ASUS clearly took that to heart. The company's latest wireless router, the ASUS RT-AC5300, takes "world's fastest WiFi" as its primary boast, but we can't get past the intimidating looks.

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Acer targets tablet gamers with Predator 8: Hands-on

Acer targets tablet gamers with Predator 8: Hands-on

Acer teased us with a mighty Android gaming tablet a few months back, and now it's time for the Acer Predator 8 to take the stage. The 8-inch slate made its official debut at IFA 2015 this morning, pairing Intel's Atom x7 processor and a 1920 x 1200 display with some tweaks the company insists should make it a gamer's favorite.

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ASUS ZenWatch 2 gets wallet-friendly pricing

ASUS ZenWatch 2 gets wallet-friendly pricing

While Asus first unveiled its new ZenWatch 2 back in early summer, the company has now announced the smartwatch's pricing and specs details. The original ZenWatch was easily one of the best looking wearables to hit the market when it debuted, and the successor is no different. For 2015, the Android Wear device is getting very competitive, with prices of €149 (about $170) for the smaller 45mm model, and €169 ($190) for the larger 49mm version.

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Acer’s Predator 6 is the gamer’s deca-core Android

Acer’s Predator 6 is the gamer’s deca-core Android

Acer is hoping gamers still have room in their hearts for a super-powerful smartphone, previewing the new Acer Predator 6 at IFA today. The handset, slipping into the company's Predator gaming line-up which already includes massively powerful laptops and fancy laser projectors, runs Android on a deca-core processor.

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Garmin Dash Cam 30 and 35 are first to offer Driver Alerts

Garmin Dash Cam 30 and 35 are first to offer Driver Alerts

Garmin has introduced a pair of new Dash Cams, the Dash Cam 30 and Dash Cam 35. The latter of those two models is the first among Garmin’s offerings to bring Driver Alerts, which give the driver a heads up about speed and red light cameras and Forward Collision Warnings. Both of the models, meanwhile, feature footage capture at WGA, 720p, and 1080p resolutions. The Dash Cam 30 has a 1.4 inch LCD, and the Dash Cam 35 has a 3 inch LCD. These join existing models in Garmin's Dash Cam product lineup.

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