Ritchie’s Chat Room: Intel Director Makiko Eda

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As the director of Intel’s marketing and sales division for Asia Pacific, Makiko Eda can talk with authority about her company’s current and future position in a world now dominated by daily tablet announcements. Hailing from Japan, Eda was in Sydney to meet retailers and get an update on the Australian arm of the Intel […]

When Is a Tablet Not A Tablet?

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During my latest planning meeting with my contacts at Samsung, I had a closer look at a product that has been shown at various exhibitions but not yet released for sale here in Australia. It’s an interesting product, given the upswell in interest in the Tablet category. It’s called the Samsung Slider Series 7 PC. […]

2nd Generation Intel Core Models Have Landed

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It’s exciting times in the PC industry. AMD are rolling out their new Fusion products, Android Honeycomb is set to be launched on a raft of new tablets, and Intel’s latest generation of Core Processors are finally being launched, after a recall that delayed the release of new notebooks across all brands. This week, Bing […]

Toshiba NB550D AMD Netbook Unboxing (Video below)

A little while ago, we interviewed Brian Slattery of AMD about their position in the market and future plans for their soon-to-be-released range of APUs, or Accelerated Processing Units, that combined both the CPU and the GPU onto one chip. Well, the first product that Bing Lee ranged as part of this rollout was the […]

Is There a Future for 7” Tablets? (Unboxing videos below)

Since the iPad launched and set the benchmark for portable touchscreen devices, no other manufacturer has come close to replicating its success. The combination of design, performance and developer support has made this the benchmark for what Steve Jobs calls the “Post-PC” era. This year, the Post-PC era will be more than a solely Apple […]

Nikon D3100 Unboxing: DSLR for Dummies (Video Below)

In an earlier blog, I talked about the awesome abilities of DSLR cameras. However, just picking up a DSLR and taking good images won’t happen without a fair bit of practise and maybe even some lessons. Trial and error when using a new DSLR that has lots of settings, knobs and dials and be a […]