Toshiba Android Tablet AT200: A Closer Look

Toshiba Android Tablet AT200

After the popularity and interest in our video (that can be found below) and the article on how Toshiba have stopped selling the AT200 in Australia, which you can read here Toshiba Android Tablet AT200 Ends Before it Begins, we thought we’d take a closer look at Toshiba’s new slimline tablet, as it will still be available […]

Toshiba Android Tablet AT200 Ends Before It Begins

Toshiba Android Tablet AT200

Toshiba Australia very kindly sent us a shiny new Android tablet to play with and we produced a segment, as seen below, and liked a lot about this new tablet. The Toshiba Android Tablet AT200 is the thinnest and lightest 10.1” tablet in the market, beating all other tablets on thinness and weight. The AT200 […]

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Price Drop

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 price has just come down in Australia.

Here in Australia, Samsung have officially moved price on their entire Galaxy Tab 10.1 range this weekend, with the 16GB Wi-Fi model now only $479 RRP. Here’s the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 price repositions at RRP levels across the range: 16GB Wi-Fi only: $479 64GB Wi-Fi only: $699 16GB Wi-Fi/3G: $629 64GB Wi-Fi/3G: $829 The […]

Consumer Electronics Show 2012 – Looking into the Tech Crystal Ball

We'll be right in the thick of all the product announcements, keynote events and vendor stands to bring you the best of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

                  For the past year, we’ve had a great time sharing, discussing and responding to you, our readers around the big stories of 2011. Tablets, Ultrabooks, Media Players, iDevices and other categories like photography and home appliances have all had their interesting issues and product releases. So […]

What Is An Ultrabook… and Does It Matter?

Just like Cabbage Patch Kids of old, an unbranded Ultrabook waits for a name... (picture credit Brooke Crothers, CNET)

Thin, light and powerful notebooks are coming to take over the world, and it appears it isn’t just Intel that will be promoting this form factor next year. Since the launch of the first Ultrabooks – notebooks powered by low-voltage versions of the second generation of Intel Core processors – we’ve seen many different variations […]

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 – The Best 7 Inch Android Tablet

Blink and you'll miss it... An external port on the Galaxy Tab 7.7, in this case Micro SD Card Slot.

With the announcement of the Transformer Prime by Asus, and the news still being updated daily about the fate of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 in various regions, another tablet from Samsung has been quietly gathering steam and is set to land on our shores in a very short while… the Galaxy Tab 7.7. First, here’s […]

Ultrabook Comparison – Acer S3, Toshiba Z830 & Asus UX31

ACER S3 Toshiba 7830 and ASUS UX21 Ultrabooks

Ever since Intel announced the new slim form factor that would take Windows-based notebooks into a new era of portability, lightness and cutting edge design, we’ve been covering many aspects of the Ultrabook build-up. Our first Ultrabook article ran back in the beginning of September, discussing the details of what made an Ultrabook, and how […]

Samsung Music Hub Update Makes It a Compelling Offer

Samsung's Music Hub is all about discovering music, and the latest update adds stability and better functionality.

Two weeks ago I published my experiences on Ritchie’s Room regarding the new Samsung Music Hub, which promised to usher in a new way to discover and enjoy music. At the time, there were many excellent features to be explored and used instantly on the Hub, which can be installed via the Samsung App feature, […]

First Look: Pics and Official Specs of Upcoming HP Ultrabooks

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HP have kept extremely tight-lipped about their Ultrabook plans, but today the veil has lifted off their first offering, and thanks to HP Australia we have a sample to look at in detail, along with the specs. These 13.3” Ultrabooks are due in late December. Using a slimmed-down DM3 chassis and following that series’ lines […]

Steve Jobs’ Legacy is in the Clouds.

Sadly, Steve Jobs never got to see iCloud launched, passing away only days before its worldwide release.

Yesterday, shortly after the passing of Steve Jobs was reported, my Twitter feed and Facebook news items were almost exclusively reflections and tributes for the co-founder of Apple. Amongst the quotes and condolences, one comment stuck out for me : “Steve Jobs is in the iCloud now.” That particular statement resonated with me as I’ve […]