Having revolutionised cordless vacuums, and then having added removable batteries in the last generation to deliver 120 minutes of non-stop, battery fade-free cleaning, Dyson has excelled yet again with the V15 Detect, the company’s most powerful, intelligent cordless vacuum, capable of detecting, removing, sizing and counting microscopic dust for scientific proof of a deep clean.
The VPL-PHZ60 6,000 lumen and VPL-PHZ50 5,000 lumen options are among the industry’s smallest compact WUXGA 3LCD laser projectors, both models are “optimised for use in small to medium-sized conference rooms and classrooms, as well as golf simulators”.
At CES 2018, Hisense announced that Australia would be the first country to receive Hisense-branded OLED TVs, for even though TV makers all have tech to compete against OLED panels, it's clearly worth offering an OLED choice to custsomers who want it.
Laser’s Power Bank 6000 — the ultimate emergency battery — comes with a set of 12V jumper leads that will provide 400 Amps, just enough to jump start your car. And it will power your USB devices as well.
There are now four USB charging and data standards — 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, and 3.1 — and each means different things in terms of power delivery, data transfer speeds, fast charge support, and cable types.
Laser has a unique answer to the problem of bulk USB charging – a 10 port USB-A charger or, if that is not enough, up to 40 ports .
Laser Australia has come out with two products just tested on the Samsung GS8/+ to take advantage of its wireless charging capabilities.
Laser, perhaps lesser known, but nonetheless an iconic Australian consumer IT accessory company, celebrated its 30th year in business today.
This multi-faceted, multi-tipped notebook/USB charger is just the answer to replace a lost or broken charger – with the added flexibility that it can run off 110/240V as well as a 12V car “lighter” port.
If you are like me and like browsing to see what “goodies” are on offer, Laser’s catalogue may be a source of considerable joy in locating some of the more obscure bits and pieces.
No, this is not about a laser, rather a company that is laser-focused — like its name — on being an accessory “brand” without all the cost and marketing hype that involves.
Australian-owned tech brand LASER has launched its Wireless Wi-Fi Adaptor, which, at $99 ,turns any speaker system with "AUX in" into a wirelessly accessible and app-controlled modern speaker system.
Epson’s newest 3LCD projector really lets you see the light with a claimed ‘world-first-ever’ 25,000 lumen LCD projector as part of its new 3LCD range.
Best known for consumer devices like printers and sewing machines Brother has introduced a commercial range that provides serious options for medium to large business.
Walking With Dinosaurs: Prehistoric Planet 3D is opening at IMAX Melbourne in conjunction with Melbourne Museum’s Jurassic World Exhibition.
Global printer manufacturer OKI has released a first with an A3, a five colour laser that prints CYMK plus white. The commercial grade printer will be useful to in-house and external graphics arts departments.
Sony has announce an extremely portable handheld projector with screen mirroring, HDMI, 1920x720 HD resolution, a 3400mAh battery and more for $699, coming January 2016
One thing you learn about multi-room audio: it sounds fantastic but the costs can quickly add up, but Laser beams away the cost dramatically.
Sony is becoming more well known for its optical prowess – indeed its camera optics and sensors are found in many premium smartphones, it has a great range of professional still and video camera products, and its projectors are amongst the best available.
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Copying Samsung, which also has a A3x, A5x, A7x, A9x line up at similar price points.
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