Asus Transformer Book Trio
Why lug around three gadgets when you need to carry only one? Asus' Transformer Book Trio is laptop, tablet and desktop PC all rolled into one.
You can use it as a laptop on the go with its fourth-generation Intel Core processor. Detach the 11.6-inch display from the PC Station keyboard dock, and it becomes a multi-touch Android 4.2 tablet with its own Intel Atom dual-core processor. Connect the Trio to a monitor and you get a stand-alone Windows 8 PC.
LG Curved Oled TV
Blessed with LG's proprietary Oled technology and its gently curved screen, the LG Curved Oled TV is said to produce the most lifelike colours and good contrast ratio, with deeper blacks and brighter whites than a conventional display. The curved screen also delivers superb colour accuracy with an Imax-like experience, regardless of the ambient light or viewing angle.
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-QX100
Your smartphone's camera may be handy but it does not have an optical zoom lens. This is where the QX100 comes in as your smartphone's lens. The 20-megapixel device has no display of its own but it has a 28-100mm lens with a big maximum aperture of f/1.8 to f/4.9.
It connects to a smartphone via Wi-Fi, attaching to the back of it with a circular bayonet mount. It can then be used like a regular smartphone camera, providing a wider focal range and better images.
Sony PlayStation 4
This eighth-generation game console not only comes with more powerful central processing units and graphics processing units to run games effortlessly and smoothly, but also a new DualShock 4 controller, whose light bar in front allows better tracking of gestures and movements.
Gamers can share screenshots or videos of their gaming exploits with friends using the DualShock 4's dedicated Share button.
Samsung Galaxy NX
Social media junkies, this mirrorless camera is made just for you. It is the first mirrorless system camera using the Android mobile operating system.
Running on Android Jelly Bean 4.2, NX supports 3G and 4G cellular networks via a micro-SIM card slot and does everything an Android smartphone can except make calls. It has a 1.6GHz quad-core processor with 2GB of system memory and 16GB of built-in memory. You can add a microSD card to store images and free up the built-in memory for apps.