Plus the Microsoft Surface Hub will be available from July

Product roundup: Samsung launches mirror and window display

We take a look at some of the latest products from tech vendors, including a unique glass-style display.

This week, Samsung has showcased its latest line up of transparent and mirrored OLED displays (pictured, right). The vendor revealed ithe range at the Retail Asia Expo 2015, and stated that it intends to sell the displays to retail stores.

Microsoft has released details of its new Surface Hub (see below), a large-screen collaborative device, which will be available for businesses from July 1st.

Businesses will be able to work with a wide variety of apps to put real-time data business tools together for meetings. The Hub will start at £5,709 and comes with either a 55-inch or 84-inch screen.

Yamaha has launched its new soundbar the YAS-105 and the SRT-700 the company’s latest soundbase.

Both will be available during the summer months, in black and silver. The YAS-105 is priced at £249.95, while the SRT-700 will cost £299.95.

Logitech has revealed details for its new Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 Plus, which comes with a wireless range of 33 metres. It allows users to control their computer screen on their TV, making it easy to stream movies and content.

Plus, the company also showcased the Anywhere 2 Wireless Mobile Mouse, that boasts a Darkfield Laser Sensor that tracks on any surface.

Elsewhere, 4K is becoming increasingly more popular, and LG has tapped into the market with its new 4K Monitor 31MU97. It features a 31-inch IPS screen with an ultra-high resolution, which is available in the UK now (see below).

Overclockers, meanwhile, has boosted its product range with the addition of the Phanteks Enthoo Evolv, which is now available in ATX versions.

The Evolv features a quick release side panel system, a top radiator bracket and an HDD mounting system.

In addition, the retailer revealed that it is also revamping its current line up of gaming systems to make ranges easier to understand. The company has kicked off with the Atomic range, which features small form factors.

Users can now control their heating remotely thanks to the new HeatSmart thermostat from EDF Energy. The Netamo smart thermostat is available to everyone, not just EDF customers, and will cost £199 (see below).

Computing vendor Antec has revealed its new Signature Series S10, which has been made of brushed aluminium. It comes with a three chambered chassis which has a centrally aligned air circulation, offering efficient heat dissipation for users.

Kodak Alaris has released an updated line of document scanners that aim to reverse the build-up of paper and to make businesses more productive.

The new range features the KODAK i2420, i2620 and i2820 scanners, which build on the 2000 Series Scanner platform.

Security software vendor Symantec has launched Data Loss Prevention 14, a new cloud offering that will provide CIOs with more visibility and control over their company data. The data is now available globally, and also supports Microsoft Office 365.

Brother has unveiled its brand new range of departmental scanners, with the aim to help resellers capitalise on the growing scanner market.

The PDS-5000 and PDS-6000 are designed for businesses scanning up to 6,000 pages a day and are now Kofax VRS compatible.

This week, Linksys also announced the release of its first MU-MIMO enabled Wi-Fi router, the Linksys EA8500.

The router can provide a connection to all devices in the home individually, meaning the device can support multiple users streaming movies, listening to music and surfing the web. The router is priced at £229.99 and is available from leading retailers.

Kingston has released its DataTraveler microDuo 3C USB flash drive, which has a dual interface that works with both standard USB Type-A and Type C ports.

In addition, HP has announced the HPt420, a new cloud-ready thin client for task workers in call centres, desktop-as-a-service, and remote kiosk environments.

It also offers a choice of operating systems, including Linux-based HP Smart Zero Core and HP ThinPro, and Windows Embedded 7.

Lastly, Fujitsu has unveiled its new SP scanner range, which has been designed to capture up to 30 pages per minute.

Image source: Tech Radar (Samsung image)

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