Kanex Products South Africa

Kanex Products South Africa

At Kanex, we believe creativity is more than a vocation. It’s a calling to craft something out of nothing, innovate solutions, and make stunning things. That’s what inspires us to design innovative electronic solutions that help keep you curious and prolific.

So whether you’re capturing that special moment on your phone, retouching on the fly, or live blogging an event, Kanex portable charging solutions, peripherals, and cables ensure you stay powered up and connected so you can create.

We are Kanex.
Driven by passion.
Curious by nature.
Unconventional by design.

Samsung Galaxy S8 – On Promotion

Samsung Galaxy S8 - On Promotion

The Infinity Display has an incredible end-to-end screen that spills over the phone’s sides, forming a completely smooth, continuous surface with no bumps or angles. It’s pure, pristine, uninterrupted glass. And it takes up the entire front of the phone, flowing seamlessly into the aluminum shell. The result is a beautifully curved, perfectly symmetrical, singular object.

 

Beats by Dre

Beats by Dre Beats South Africa

Beats by Dr. Dre (Beats) is a leading audio brand founded in 2006 by Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine. Through its family of premium consumer headphones, earphones and speakers, Beats has introduced an entirely new generation to the possibilities of premium sound entertainment. The brand’s continued success helps bring the energy, emotion and excitement of playback in the recording studio back to the listening experience for music lovers worldwide. Beats was acquired by Apple Inc. in July 2014.

 

Incase for Macbook

Incase for Macbook Incase

Founded in 1997, Incase is a brand driven by design.

Incase designs solutions centered on protection and mobility to meet the evolving demands of today’s creatives. Their heritage is deeply rooted in the lifestyles of those who create on the Apple platform, and through this dedication, They are able to focus on their consumers’ evolving needs and continually expand their product offering while promoting creativity and the entrepreneurial spirit.

Informed by the principles of good design, the ecosystem of bags and accessories they curate transcend both age and demographics to provide the widest audience with the best possible experiences while in pursuit of their passions.

Their team employs exacting design protocols to ensure each Incase product meets the needs of it’s consumers, new emerging markets, and an ever-expanding world of Apple product experiences. The brand, the team, and the products they create thrive at the intersection of technology and lifestyle while innovation through collaboration lives at the core of their design process.

A better experience through good design.

Incase for Macbook Incase

 

Romoss On Promotion – Free Shipping

Romoss On Promotion - Free Shipping Romoss Powerbank

We are having an outstanding special on a wide range of products from Romoss. Romoss is a globally recognized provider of charging solutions specializing in power banks, wireless charging products, battery cases, iPhone replacement batteries, adapters, cables, car chargers and more for all mobile devices.

Romoss products are not just functional but also stylish. My pick of the lot is the amazing ROMOSS Freemos 5 5000mAh Wireless Power Bank. While there only a small number of wireless charging devices at the moment wireless charging is going to the big feature of 2017/2018 and the Romoss Freemos 5 is the best wireless power bank you can buy. The Romoss Freedoms 5 can also be used as a normal power bank as it has 2 USB outputs.

AmpliFi Mesh Wi-Fi System

AmpliFi Mesh Wi-Fi System Ubiquiti Amplifi

AmpliFi is more than a common home router: it’s the ultimate Wi-Fi system. With turbocharged 802.11ac Wi-Fi, AmpliFi utilizes multiple self-configuring radios and advanced antenna technology to bring ubiquitous Wi-Fi coverage to any home.

Plug and Play Setup
AmpliFi’s app directly links AmpliFi devices to your smartphone via Bluetooth LE. With a simple, intuitive setup, you can manage your new network, monitor ISP speeds, invite guests, and oversee network security.

Extend Your Coverage
AmpliFi’s mesh points can be plugged into any outlet. Their high-performance antenna design and adjustability allow them to eliminate dead spots, anywhere utilizing mesh point technology.

The icon is back, Nokia 3310!

Remember when you could leave the house without a charger? Well, with the new Nokia 3310, you can. It comes with a long-lasting battery, so you can talk all day, or leave the phone on standby for up to a month. When needed, a Micro-USB port makes charging simple.

The new Nokia 3310 takes the iconic silhouette of the original and reimagines it for 2017. The custom designed user interface brings a fresh look to a classic, whilst the 2.4” polarized and curved screen window makes for better readability in sunlight.

Play the legendary Snake. It’s back with a little update that makes it even more fun to play on the color screen. Do you still remember your high score? Think you can beat it?

The icon is back, Nokia 3310! Nokia 3310

Nokia 3310 is made to fit your style. It comes in four distinct colors: Warm Red and Yellow, both with a gloss finish, and Dark Blue and Grey both with a matte finish. What’s best, the color runs through the material, so it looks better for longer.

The Nokia 3310 is set to retail for $52. No news about it’s South Africa release or pricing.

Apple Campus 2 Officially Named ‘Apple Park’, Set For Grand Opening in April

Apple announced that Apple Campus 2 will be open and ready for employees to begin moving in this April, while also officially naming the site “Apple Park.” Moving more than 12,000 employees to the site will take more than six months, the company said, and some smaller building construction and landscaping will continue.

In honor of the late CEO Steve Jobs — who would have turned 62 on Friday, February 24 — Apple announced that the theater at Apple Park will be named the “Steve Jobs Theater.” The theater will be one of the buildings that opens later this year, and is situated at one of the highest point on the campus, overlooking the nearby meadows and the large, circular main building at Apple Park.

Apple Campus 2 Officially Named 'Apple Park', Set For Grand Opening in April

Steve’s vision for Apple stretched far beyond his time with us. He intended Apple Park to be the home of innovation for generations to come. The workspaces and parklands are designed to inspire our team as well as benefit the environment. We’ve achieved the most energy-efficient building of its kind in the world and the campus will run entirely on renewable energy.

— Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO

Apple Campus 2 Officially Named 'Apple Park', Set For Grand Opening in April

Apple’s press release also covered a collection of other buildings at Apple Park, including a visitor’s center that will include a full Apple Store and cafe, both of which will be open to the public. Apple worked in collaboration with Foster + Partners to build Apple Park, which occupies 175 acres and will be powered by 100 percent renewable energy. 

The main building, which has been referred to as the “Spaceship” building, includes 17 megawatts of rooftop solar power, meaning Apple Park will be running one of the largest solar energy installations on the planet when it opens in April. Apple also takes pride in the Park’s landscaping initiatives, which has resulted in the replacement of 5 million-square-feet of asphalt with various greeneries, as well as over 9,000 native and drought-resistant trees.

Construction on the campus began back in 2013 and was originally pegged for completion in late 2016 before construction delays pushed back its opening date. Throughout the years, coverage of the campus has been ongoing thanks to reliable drone videos that have showed up every month or so, giving Apple fans the chance to see major construction milestones like the first time the Spaceship building took shape, all the way up to the day that lights began turning on

Check out more images and a video about Apple Park here.

Apple Campus 2 Officially Named 'Apple Park', Set For Grand Opening in April

Apple Unveil’s new MacBook Pro’s with Touch Bar

 

Apple has announced the all-new MacBook Pro, confirming that the new computer will come in 13-inch and 15-inch sizes, in both Silver and Space Gray colour options. The MacBooks are thinner and lighter than their previous generations, come with a Trackpad that’s larger than the ones on the previous MacBooks, and have a redesigned keyboard for better typing.

Apple calls it “the most powerful MacBook Pro ever,” and the 13-inch model features a 2.9 GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor with Turbo Boost speeds up to 3.3 GHz, 8GB of memory and 256GB of flash storage. The 15-inch version has a 2.6 GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processor with Turbo Boost speeds up to 3.5 GHz, 16GB of memory and 256GB of flash storage. Both computers reach “up to 2.3 times the graphics performance” of the previous generation.

Apple Unveil's new MacBook Pro's with Touch Bar Macbook Pro

The 15-inch MacBook Pro features Radeon Pro discrete graphics, while the 13-inch model has Intel Iris Graphics. Each edition includes SSDs with sequential read speeds over 3GBps, and the ability to drive a 5K display through a single Thunderbolt 3 port thanks to the technology’s consolidation of data transfer, video bandwidth, and charging abilities.

For the display, that means Apple has created “the brightest, most colorful notebook display” ever, with images that are more vivid and lifelike thanks to the screen’s 500 nits of brightness. In total, that means the new screen is now 67 percent brighter than the previous generation MacBook Pro, has 67 percent more contrast, “and is the first Mac notebook display to support a wider colour gamut.” The company said that none of this negatively affects battery life, because with power saving technology in the MacBook — including a larger pixel aperture, a variable refresh rate and more power-efficient LEDs — the display now consumes 30 percent less energy.

Regarding ports, the MacBook Pro now has four Thunderbolt 3 ports, any of which can be used to charge the laptop, and Apple has officially done away with MagSafe charging on its MacBook Pro line. The enclosure of the MacBook Pro features an entirely new design and all-metal unibody construction, and the 13-inch model is 14.9 mm thin while the 15-inch option is 15.5 mm thin.

In comparison to the last edition of the MacBook Pro, the 13-inch model is 17 percent thinner and has 23 percent less volume, while the 15-inch is 14 percent thinner and 20 percent less volume. In terms of weight, the 13-inch is 3 pounds and the 15-inch is 4 pounds, both devices coming in at nearly half a pound lighter than their previous iterations.

Of course, the biggest addition to the MacBook Pro is the new “Touch Bar,” which sits atop the keyboard and officially replaces the function keys on the laptop. As was rumored, Touch Bar is application specific and adapts to what’s on screen, be it scrolling through months in Calendar, choosing an album in Photos, selecting emoji in Messages, and many more, including third-party apps like Microsoft Office.

Another advantage is Touch ID, which comes integrated into the power button on the new MacBook Pro. Once a user enrolls their fingerprint into the Touch ID system on MacBook, they can unlock the computer with the simple press of a finger, switch user accounts, and even make purchases with Apple Pay‘s new integration on the web.

A second generation butterfly mechanism in the keyboard provides more responsive typing. Below the keyboard, Apple expanded the Trackpad to be 50 percent larger in the 13-inch MacBook Pro, and twice as large than previous models on the 15-inch MacBook Pro. The speakers got an overhaul, too, with louder, more true-to-life sound that have double the dynamic range and improved bass.

The 13-inch MacBook Pro is expected to cost about R34 999 in South Africa, while the 15-inch is expected to cost about R45 999, and both devices are expected in South Africa in January.

Apple has also decided to not create a new “Air” model, instead introducing an entry-level MacBook Pro without a Touch Bar that is expected to cost about R28 499 in South Africa and should be available in the middle of November.