Printing pretty pictures on paper may have been the thing to do ten or twenty years ago, but this year, Australians can move the power of printing to the third dimension, and Officeworks has the goods to prove it.
Saturday nights don’t always bring rock concerts for all of us, and if you’re stuck at home on the second weekend of February with nothing to do, YouTube will be airing a rock concert that should be just like being there.
JB HiFi’s house brand of TVs isn’t quite moving to the Ultra HD world yet, but it does have a different surprise in store for customers, and that’s one based in the world of longer lasting warranties.
When a big company buys another, it’s generally for a reason, and when Google snatched Motorola from the grips of death, that was patents. Now, Lenovo is flexing some monetary muscle with a similar purchase of its own.
Apple hasn’t just redesigned the desktop computer, it has totally reimagined it, and before we write our full review, we’re spending some time with the shiny black tube that is the new Mac Pro.
Here at GadgetGuy, everyone around the office keeps asking the reviews department to make a pizza or two, but if like them, you haven’t discovered how easy it is to make this food, Kambrook has built a solution that makes it hard to fail.
If the idea of an SLR-inspired compact has your attention, but you don’t want to spend more than a grand, Olympus has a new one in the mix, and from our early hands-on, it’s a lovely little camera.
The web browser-based operating system that is Google’s Chrome OS is beginning to provide an interesting entry point for new computer owners, particularly those that rely heavily on the web, and Toshiba wants in, releasing its first Chromebook in Australia.
Not everyone needs a tablet, but those of you love the portable touchscreen that is a tablet have a new one to pick from, with Asus bring its first 8 inch model to Australia.
Time wasters have a new contender with something that was not only made in Australia, but lets all adults be kids once again, and without leaving their desks.
Camera companies are getting better and better at building interchangeable lens cameras to match a compact size, and Fujifilm’s latest not only looks retrolicious, but features specs to satisfy plenty of photographers.
We’ve all ordered something that we desperately wanted, only to realise that we need to go to work and make a living, rather than wait at home for that box to arrive. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a mailbox to say your present is here?
You can do lots of neat things with a phone and tablet. You can surf the web. You can work on documents. You can even make music, and that last one is getting a boost with a new mobile microphone coming shortly.
If the idea of a tablet with its own internet connection anywhere gets your attention, but the price of other 3G tablets turns you off, Kogan may soon have something to grab your interest.