Displaying items by tag: Portability

GoPro has announced Volta, a new standalone premium battery and camera control grip, for its super-portable GoPro camera range, as well as a speciality Creator Edition for its HERO10 Black camera featuring HyperSmooth 4.0 stabilisation, cinematic 5.3K video, and enough battery to power all-day productions.

Published in Entertainment

Australian businesses have a heightened concern for security with the adoption of hybrid cloud, with 84% citing it as a barrier to moving apps to public cloud, according to a new research report.

Published in Cloud

With a new Rose Gold finish option, new Intel Core M processors, better graphics performance, faster flash storage and one more hour of battery life, the 2016 MacBook has arrived.

Published in Home Tech
Monday, 13 July 2009 07:09

Iomega eGo goes for Mac storage market

Iomega is tapping the Mac market with an aluminium-cased portable hard drive featuring FireWire 800/400 and USB 2.0 interfaces.

Published in Core Dump
Asus has finally taken its Eee PC netbook into the domain of notebooks in both features and price, with the release of its first optical drive model, the 1004DN. The sleek new Eee PC, however, comes at a price that erases all memories of the age of super cheap netbooks that Asus pioneered in 2007.

Friday, 03 October 2008 10:06

Iomega's stylin' storage for MacBook Air

That MacBook Air you bought sure looked slinky with a generous dollop of sophisticated smooth, but you knew you'd need more storage. Iomega comes to the rescue with an external hard disk that's styled to suit Apple's svelte notebook.

Published in Core Dump
A recent Gartner report shows we love our transportable fun, with mobile gaming revenue rising 16 percent in a year.  But how will a little Apple iPhone love change the scene?

Published in Market
Not yet available but due in stores by the end of May, the new Asus Eee PC 900 series is the most anticipated computer of the year, with more storage, more memory and a bigger screen in both Windows XP and Linux models. Clearly destined to be another major hit for Asus, the Eee PC 900 faces real competition this time in the new HP Mini-Note – will both be winners?

Published in Fuzzy Logic

It has been known for months that the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) initiative, originally conceived by MIT professor Nicholas Negroponte, is opening an independent endorsed office in Australia. Now that the news has gone mainstream, questions arise as to why? In an interview with iTWire, OLPC Australia board director Jeff Waugh provides some answers and says why Microsoft Windows has no role.

Published in Beerfiles

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