Al Boom Marine, the official distributors of GoPro in the Middle East, has launched the HERO4 Session and the HERO+LCD.
The HERO4 Session is the smallest, lightest, most convenient GoPro yet, said a statement.
BenQ Middle East and Turkey, a renowned provider of digital lifestyle innovations, is for the first time offering three years warranty for its range of LCD monitors in the UAE.
The offer comes with free pickup, repair and delivery
BenQ, a leader in digital and visual display solutions, has launched an all-new line-up of large displays including industry-leading digital signage and touch-integrated interactive flat panel (IFP) products.
Designed to provide h
The global digital signage systems market is poised for solid growth with the global industry expected to hit $13.8 billion in the next five years, said a report ahead of a major graphics and imaging expo in Dubai next year.
Fujifilm, a global leader in imaging technology, has launched the fourth premium camera from its X-Series, the XS-1, in Bahrain.
Built in Japan, the new camera’s body has a high-quality look and feel with metal dials, a rubberised coating
Sharp Middle East has announced the expansion of its broad line-up of large touch screen LCDs with introduction of its new 80-inch touch-panel display, IILED-80 in the region.
The screen was unveiled to partners during Sharp’s 'Bigger is B
LG Electronics (LG) has launched two new notebooks in its Aurora series featuring attractive, brightly coloured exteriors and 14-inch and 15.6-inch HD LED LCD screens.
The new LG S430 and the LG S530 provide an outstanding value package th
Sharp Middle East saw more than 50 per cent increase in business leads at the ongoing ICT show Gitex 2011 as compared to the event of 2010.
The focus on end-to-end solutions, saving costs for customers and improving return on investment, t
Sharp will install 20 LCD touch screen ‘venue maps’ around the venue of the upcoming Gitex in Dubai to aid visitors in navigating the show.
Gitex Technology Week is running from October 9 to 13 at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC).
Sharp Corp expects to keep production suspended at two Japanese liquid crystal display (LCD) panel plants until early May, as it grapples with unstable supplies of industrial gases after last month's earthquake, the company said on Monday.