Promising a one-cable connection to your PC, to a dock that you can connect virtually everything else to, including another Thunderbolt device, Dynabook's deft new dock dutifully delivers.
Hardware authentication provider Yubico has announced its YubiKey Bio Series, the first from its portals to support fingerprint recognition for secure passwordless and second-factor logins.
The European Commission has proposed that all wired digital devices should have USB-C as a common port for charging and also asked companies to standardise on fast charging technology.
Logitech's Logi Dock is an all-in-one docking station incorporating meeting controls and a speakerphone, intended for use with Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, and Zoom.
TCL's NXTWEAR G wearable display glasses have finally arrived in store, replicating a 140-inch screen on a pair of lightweight glasses that connect via cable to anything with USB-C video out for $899 from Harvey Norman, with 6 months free Optus Sport subscription.
Now that we all have incredibly powerful video cameras in our pockets, audio recording has definitely seen improvements, but new new VideoMic Me lets your ears truly USB-C some incredible audio recording improvements.
The accessories market for flagship smartphones from the major players is huge, and while cheap and cheerful accessories are widely available, there are some quality brands always worth paying extra for to buy quality and peace of mind.
Japanese personal computer maker Dynabook has released what it claims is the world's lightest 13-inch convertible laptop, the Portégé X30W-J 2-in-1.
GaN is gallium nitride technology, and it is primarily used to make laptop and phone chargers smaller and more powerful, and while I've seen some crowdfunding projects promote them, Belkin seems to be first to bring them to major retail stores in Australia, with two new models.
Storage vendor Western Digital has announced a new range of back-up drives that use NVMe technology and come in sizes ranging from 500GB to 2TB.
And so to the final member of the holy 5G trinity from Chinese vendor OPPO, the Find X2 Neo. OPPO's mid-range 5G phone costs a dollar less than a thousand, which means that it is not exactly easy on the pocket.
Sharp Australia, the local arm of the Japanese electronics firm, has released the first Windows Collaboration Display, a 4K 70" display that is certified for Skype for Business, is smart-building ready and also explores the potential of IoT devices to make meetings more productive.
Epson Australia has launched its next-gen Moverio BT-35E augmented reality smartglasses with a transparent Si-OLED display.
In a world where plenty of competition exists in the entry-level, mid-range and upper mid-range space, Samsung hopes to tempt you into spending a little more to get a better phone.
Mobile accessories maker Belkin has launched its latest dock, delivering "seed, power and efficient charging through a single one-metre cable" providing 4K, 60W of power and plenty more.
With Cygnett's USB-C ChargeUp Pro Power Bank able to easily charge MacBook and MacBook Pro, Lenovo Yoga, HP, Dell, Galaxy S8, Note 8, Google Pixel and more, does the C stand for USB-Cygnett?
Samsung’s SSD Number T5 is alive with faster USB-C, a faster transfer speed, a new colour scheme, two types of USB cable for greater flexibility and the superfast operation, lightweight construction and stylish design that makes Samsung SSDs stunningly superior drives.
It seems every portable device is abandoning micro-USB connectivity for USB-C and why not? With a reversible plug and 12 pairs of “cables/lines” available, USB-C is the new data/power superhighway.
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.
Derided by some merely as "clickbait", where there’s smoke from exploding batteries and faulty USB C cables or adapters it means there very well could be fire.
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