HP has had a lot of practice over the years with its x360 range of notebooks and ultrabooks that can swivel the screen all the way back to make a tablet, and its latest 1020 G2 model is a very smooth and evolved example.
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?
When the iPhone was launched as the world’s best smartphone, it was dubbed the Jesus Phone, which makes me wonder if the world’s best cleaning cloth is the Jesus cloth of screen cleaners.
Kyocera has agreed to test French developed technology that adds photovoltaic charging capability to a touchscreen.
Electronic whiteboards are not new, but two new series of LED displays from Panasonic aim to displace the traditional whiteboard from classrooms and boardrooms.
The world's strangest country North Korea is producing a surprisingly respectable touchscreen tablet, though don't expect it to challenge the iPad any time soon.
One of the biggest unknowns around the new iPhone 5s was how long it would take for the fingerprint scanner to be hacked. Well, as it turns out, not long at all, if new reports are accurate.
Nearly 14,000 lucky Queensland secondary schoolers will receive the largest deployment of Windows 8 tablets in Australia, in a new deal.
Acer has introduced a range of touchscreen notebooks - the Aspire V5 series - at everyday prices.
Following Intel’s edict that all Wintel devices need to be touch enabled and support WiDi manufacturers have been looking at new form factors. The convertible “topless” PC is coming.
There seems to be growing interest in convertible notebook/tablet devices - notebooks with removable screens that can be used independently as tablets. Lenovo's latest offering in this genre is the ThinkPad Helix.
Microsoft's Windows 8 Consumer Preview has already been downloaded more than one million times since its launch a couple of weeks ago, and so far, it's looking good, while still needing work before retail availability.
Nokia's first Windows Phone smartphone, the Lumia 800, is scheduled to go on sale in Australia in March. The three carriers and all major retailers will be offering the Nokia Lumia 800.
Nokia has finally (finally!) released a classy, modern-era, MeeGo-powered smartphone in answer to all of its iCompetitors, including new partner Microsoft, with a claim to having the purest touch experience of them all.
Acer is introducing 10 and 7-inch Android Honeycomb tablets, a new detachable Windows tablet and the new dual-screened Windows tablet in its battle to capture significant tablet market share.
In a sea of cheap Chinese Android tablets, Samsung's Galaxy Tab is definitely a cut above, on sale in Australia next Monday, November 8, standing out as the best Android OS 2.2 powered 'smartphone tablet' available. If millions and more are sold worldwide as expected, a flood of apps optimised for 7-inch screens could quickly be on the way!
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