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LG hasn’t spent much time in the tablet area, but that looks set to change, as the company takes what it learned from the G2 smartphone and applies it to an 8.3 inch tablet that you can take anywhere you go.
Asus returns to the netbook style of computing with the T100, a blend of the Transformer tablet principle the company first released years ago with the power and usefulness of Windows 8.1, and all for under $600.
Phones have had cameras for a long time, but these have been phones with cameras inside of them. If you’re looking for a camera first with a phone inside, Samsung has the answer with the Galaxy S4 Zoom, a camera with 10x optical zoom and a 4G phone inside.
If the look and feel of the aluminium HTC One grabbed you earlier in the year, but you like your phones big — and we mean really big — HTC now has an option in the 5.9 inch One Max. We know it’s bigger, but is it as good as the One?
Thinking of replacing pen and paper permanently? Samsung’s answer to what note-taking should be like in the future has been updated to match the recent Galaxy Note phone, and now it’s ready for customers to get their hands all over it.
In its first OLED model, Samsung delivers a cutting-edge visual experience from a single TV that, with its clever Multi-View feature, can also provide two entirely separate and very high quality viewing experiences.
Tablets for kids? They’re apparently more normal than we expect, and while you could always just dangerously hand that iPad to your children, there’s always another idea.
LG hasn’t had much of a hand in the tablet wars in Australia up until now, but that looks set to change, with the brand announcing some stiff competition set to take on that offered by rivals.
Easy to set up, good sound, and handy streaming entertainment options. Samsung’s HT-9750W satisfies most home theatre demands, and adds pizzazz with funky valves and aluminium speakers.