Asus is gunning for the premium creator market at price points from $1499 with the Vivobook Pro 15, right up to "from $9,999" and beyond with the ProArt StudioBook Pro 16, with all models in the creator range featuring 4K OLED displays, with Intel and AMD processor choices, NVIDIA graphics, and the promise of performance and powerful cooling features to attract premium buyers who want what are arguably the best creative PCs on the market, while aiming to even tempt Mac users into switching.
If a Bentley automobile is a bit beyond the budget, then Bentley's luxurious new headphones might be more attainable, even if their price is much higher than the latest from Bose and Sony - combined!
German automobile manufacturer Audi has put in place a system whereby would-be customers can pick, book and pay for a vehicle, all without venturing outside their homes, and claims it is the first premium automobile brand in Australia to do so.
Promising "50% less CPU usage", Malwarebytes' new version 4.0 for Windows PCs promises to be "smarter, faster and lighter" than ever before while dealing with modern malware and online threats.
If you've been tempted by Huawei's new Mate 20 or Mate 20 Pro smartphones, the company says it is extending the pre-order offers until 9 November due to "high demand".
A pop-up for Malwarebytes Premium just popped-up on my Mac alerting me of a new version, but when pressed, told me that my version was already up-to-date, which was wrong.
Promising its new QLED TV "features direct full array, Bixby and ambient mode for even better picture quality, connectedness and convenience," Samsung's televisual onslaught will be televised.
TomTom wants to welcome its users to "priority driving" as part of its "latest integrated communications campaign" for a "superior driving experience".
King of the affordably priced technology domain, Kogan, has cunningly unleashed its first "high end" Android-powered phone at a budget price – time to upgrade?
Australia’s Competitive Carriers Coalition has wasted no time in blasting Telstra following the report of the CIE report via Vodafone showing a massive Telstra price premium.
The premium data centre market continues seeing strong demand with Equinix investing $97+ million for its fourth facility in Sydney, and fifth in Australia.
Australia’s No.2 telco, Optus, is looking at charging ‘OTT’ or over-the-top video streaming companies so their services are delivered at faster speeds to consumers.
LG’s flagship Android smartphone, the G3, is going LGollipop in Australia at last with the faster, smoother new Lollipop Android 5.0 update rolling out from 23 January 2015.
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