ASUS has revamped its much-admired Zenbook Ultrabook, making some physical tweaks as well as offering some more high-end specs. Gone is the all-metal finish that adorned the previous model; you'll now find Gorilla Glass 3 on the lid, which provides n...
Less than a year after the launch of its first Surface RT and Surface Pro tablets, Microsoft has launched the next iteration of its tablet family, including the Windows 8.1 RT-based Surface 2.
Mobile printing has never been easier. For a busy office, reliable and easy-to-use tools are essential. Samsung's latest smart printers are equipped for wireless printing from mobile devices. Find out more about what is all about.
Dell’s Alienware 18 is a 5.5kg behemoth of a gaming ‘laptop’, with a massive price and desktop-like specs. We put it to the test, to see just what all that money, weight and bulk will get you.
The Acer Chromebook C720 appears to be an evolutionary attempt to right the wrongs of its predecessor, the Acer C710, which hit the Australian market in March.
Samsung’s ATIV Book 9 Lite is thin, lightweight and offers impressively long battery life, but proves disappointingly gutless in even the most basic tasks.
MSI's treat for gamers and high-end notebook enthusiasts is the 17.3in GT70 20D, which contains components and capabilities that can induce drooling. It's an expensive beast, but if you're serious about buying one of the fastest notebooks on the mark...
Dell has added a fourth-generation Intel Core i7 CPU to its versatile little XPS 12 convertible Ultrabook, which gives it much improved battery life and better performance when it comes to processing 3D graphics. However, Dell hasn’t done much to cha...
HP's Pavilion 11 Touchsmart is an 11.6in notebook (some call it a 'sub-notebook') that runs an AMD A6 accelerated processing unit (APU), 4GB of RAM, and a 500GB hard drive. It's a small and highly portable laptop of 1.5kg, and it’s also cheap. We thi...
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon has been around for a while, but this is the first chance we’ve had to see it with a touchscreen. It’s still as good as we remember it, and even though our review unit did the rounds extensively as a show model, it still...
It may be an entry-level model, but the Sony VAIO Fit 15E is a stylish 15.6in touchscreen notebook that looks better than most other models at the same price point. It's useful for typical office tasks, Web browsing and communications, and also for v...
The Dell Inspiron 15R is a mainstream notebook that aims to offer a good balance of features, performance and battery life at a competitive price. The most basic configuration starts from $799 ($1149 in New Zealand) and includes a third-generation In...
Acer’s Aspire S7 was introduced last year to quite a few ‘oohs’ and ‘ahs’, mainly because it was a thin and light little thing with an attractive design. This year’s Aspire S7-392 looks just like the old one, but it has a few significant differences ...
Toshiba's Portege Z10t is a dual-purpose business device that aims to supply better-than-average notebook capabilities. Primarily, it's an 11.6in, Full HD tablet, but it also comes with a keyboard dock so that you can easily use it for long typing se...
Apple’s MacBook Air is, in a way, the descendant of the netbook of 2007 -- it's a small, light, simple notebook made more for portability than power. It’s the Californian electronics giant’s natural rival to Intel’s Ultrabook standard, which itself i...
We weren't expecting much from LG's first entry into the Ultrabook market, but there is plenty to like about the LG Z360. It has good looks, it's very thin, and it features a Full HD, 13.3in screen.
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