Samsung is releasing the Galaxy Tab S7 FE in Australia, a mid-range tablet with 'fan favourite' features and 5G functionality.
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Asus has announced its updated ZenBook and ExpertBook range of laptops are coming to Australia and – with the exception of one product – will bring Intel’s recently unveiled Tiger Lake 11th-gen processors with them.
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If you've been waiting for Apple to finally announce a new iPhone that doesn't cost more than $1000 to own, this week bears good tidings in the form of the 2020 iPhone SE.
The new iPad Pro brings a speedier chip, better microphones, and a new camera array, but early reviewers find little actual reason to upgrade if you already have one.
New MacBook Air brings a new 10th-gen Intel processor, twice as much storage, and the new Magic Keyboard.
The new iPad Pro may look a lot like its predecessor, but it brings a ton of changes to Apple's tablet.
Brydge’s iPad accessory has grown by two sizes ahead of this year’s CES in Las Vegas.
Microsoft have shown off the long-rumored dual-screen Surface Neo.
It's hard to do something different with Android tablets but you can't say Lenovo aren't trying.
In a bid to cater to both ends of the market, Samsung has launched two new Android tablets for Australian consumers.
The early reviews for Apple's new iPad mini are in, and there are no surprises: it's an iPad mini 4 with a better processor.
In what is presumably a bid to avoid being buried by bigger news, Samsung has announced the Galaxy Tab S5e a few days ahead of their Unpacked press conference.
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