Canadian firm claims world's most powerful laptop Canadian computer company Eurocom has launched what it claims is the most powerful laptop ever created: a 19.1-inch device that supports dual AMD Ryzen 7…
Dell unveils smallest Wyse thin client Dell has launched an x86 quad-core thin client designed for a virtual desktop environment.
Intel introduces Optane – 3D XPoint memory and SSD Intel plans to reinvent computer memory and storage with what it calls Intel Optane 3D XPoint (pronounced crosspoint) that includes a type of SSD that…
Toshiba PORTÉGÉ X20 – professional grade 5-in-1 Toshiba’s Portégé X20 has been released in Australia and New Zealand. It is a premium, professional grade, 5-in-1, 360° hinge, 12.5" HD touchscreen, Windows 10…
Battery-operated headphones catch fire on plane Battery-operated headphones being used by a woman on a Beijing-Melbourne flight exploded and left her with a blackened face and singed hair.
Epson launches six new mid-range business projectors Epson has launched its new 2000-series, a range of six new data projectors aimed at small to mid-sized business. All fall in the range of…
HP Pro x2 – hybrid tablet with potential HP has released a more affordable Pro version of its x2 Elite format, 2-in-1 hybrid, Windows 10 tablet that borrows many features from the enterprise…
Nvidia rounds out Quadro Pascal range with six new GPUs Nvidia's latest Quadro GPU cards speed up a variety of tasks, according to the company.
ATO still suffering effects of December hardware crash The Australian Taxation Office is yet to recover from the effects of a hardware crash in December, with the organisation continuing to face issues with…
Aopen reveals 'enterprise grade' Chrome OS devices Aopen's latest Chrome devices are billed as providing small businesses with enterprise-grade reliability and features at an affordable price.

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