Computers

X-Mas Gift Guide: Computers for Christmas

2 weeks ago

Computers are commodities these days. Well, most of them are. But there are still models that stand out from the pack to the point where

Microsoft Surface Laptop – when only a laptop will do (review)

2 weeks ago

Microsoft has expanded its Surface Pro and Book line-up to include an ultra-light laptop – the Surface Laptop.

HP x2 Spectre 2017 – rises above the surface (review)

2 weeks ago

HP x2 Spectre (2017) is a premium Windows 10 tablet/detachable keyboard – a two-in-one style made popular by Microsoft’s Surface Pro that raises the bar

More memory may be the performance panacea

2 weeks ago

According to premium gaming RAM memory maker Ballistix memory is fast and easy to install and adding more can be the most affordable type of gaming

Good Guys go to Dell (news)

3 weeks ago

Dell Australia has revealed a partnership with national retailer The Good Guys. Its XPS and Inspiron product ranges, displays, and peripherals will be available from

Samsung Galaxy Book 12 – a Windows 10 tablet with style (review)

3 weeks ago

Samsung’s Galaxy Book 12 is an ideal travel companion with an amazing 12” AMOLED display, S Pen, detachable keyboard, Windows 10, and available with 4G

Microsoft Surface Pro 2017 – improvements are under the Surface (review)

3 weeks ago

The Microsoft Surface Pro 2017 continues the category-defining Surface hybrid family – it is an evolution of the successful tablet and detachable keyboard franchise. The

Review: Epson WorkForce ET-4750 multifunction printer

3 weeks ago

What’s in a name? The Epson WorkForce ET-4750 multifunction printer is, as we’ll see, just about the ideal printer for those in the work force.

Review: WD My Cloud Home – the game changer has come of age

3 weeks ago

WD My Cloud Home – the game changer has come of age (review) WD’s latest My Cloud Home, designed for home networks and private cloud

Epson launches new Expression printers

4 weeks ago

I do go on (and on) about the new “Ecotank” Epson printers, but they do represent a big up-front cost. Don’t worry, Epson hasn’t abandoned