Huawei's share of smartphone sales has fallen since former President Trump banned the company from using Google's services, but that hasn't stopped Huawei from continuing to produce phones, tablets and computers, with a suite of new products arriving at MWC Barcelona 2022.
With interactive mobile gaming something Aussies enjoy, iPads are the top way to work and play, while Androids suffer market share losses not just from iPads but Windows 2-in-1s opening doors to consumer preferences.
Alcatel's 2-in1 laptop tablet is essentially a cheap, big, Intel-powered phone that runs Windows. Is it any good?
In light of Apple's latest "what's a computer" campaign, pitting ultra-reliable, richly app-laden iPads with long battery life against cheap Windows computers, are Kogan's notebooks a good deal?
Alcatel has joined the world of Windows 10 tablets, with its 12-inch 2-in-1 model surfacing today in Australia, outright at $558 or through post-paid options via Vodafone.
Why put up with non-rugged tablet computing and stand in the long, expensive and far queue of product repair wait times, when you could just get tough with a ToughPad FZ-Q2?
As telcos continue morphing into electronics stores, Telstra has launched Samsung’s new Windows 10-powered Galaxy Book 2-in-1 tablet in both 10.6 and 12-inch sizes, outright or on a plan with two free gifts.
On Wednesday, 19 July, Samsung is launching its Galaxy Tab 3 Android tablet, and its Galaxy Book 2-in-1 running Windows 10 – here’s a preview.
Samsung’s answer to the Surface Pro, iPad Pro, Huawei Mate and similar tablets from HP and Lenovo is its well received TabPro S, and it now comes in a 4G LTE version down under.
Promising ‘affordable productivity and mobility’ at a price of $259 plus $19 deliver to most metro postcodes, Kogan’s 2-in-1 Windows 10 hybrid might be the one for you!
The Australian tablets market suffered another hefty drop in 2015, declining 18.5%. Research firm Telsyte has released its latest study of the shrinking tablets market in Australia, with Apple and Microsoft ‘set to battle it out for touch screen device dominance’ in 2016 as the two-in-one market emerges.
Apple’s iPad Pro is on the march into Telstra, which now offers the 128GB Wi-Fi + Cellular iPad Pro from $85 per month.
The knives are out for the iPad Pro - it’s just a bigger iPad, it could never replace the MacBook, madness has befallen Apple and more.
Acer has showcased its new 2015 product range at its ‘next@Acer’ conference in New York, but its keynote presentation trails Apple’s efforts badly.
Asus continues transforming the 2-in-1 space with ever lighter and thinner hybrid ultrabooks, with its latest being the Asus Transformer Book Chi T300.
Spanning 15 new Windows and Android devices for business, education, healthcare, retail, field services & more, HP has come out all guns blazing with its best lineup yet.
Toshiba has launched its ultimate new business 2-in-1 tablet with Core M processor, which looks good but makes you wish this could have been launched a decade ago!
With Apple’s iPad and MacBooks being very popular devices in schools, Microsoft has come out on the attack to convince parents to buy a Windows-powered laptop, 2-in-1, ultrabook or tablet for 2015.
Acer is aspiring to take on the innovative Lenovo Yoga Pro 3 and Microsoft Surface Pro 3 with an innovative design all its own, and while it has shades of Dell’s 2010 Duo and Dell’s 2012 XPS 12, this is the most unique 2-in-1 on the market.
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