MSI has introduced its full line up of graphics cards based on NVIDIA’s new Turing GPU.
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[Updated] Brydge are making a keyboard for the Google Pixel Slate but unsure when it'll arrive in Australia
Brydge has officially joined the Made for Google program, announcing a new G-Type keyboard for the newly-announced Google Pixel Slate.
Ecovacs has announced the retail availability of its cordless window cleaning robot.
Razer has announced the Razer Nari Ultimate wireless gaming headset with Razer HyperSense.
Jaybird has announced the Jaybird X4 Wireless Sport Headphones and the Jaybird Tarah Wireless Sport Headphones.
Fujifilm has announced the launch of a medium format mirrorless digital camera, the Fujifilm GFX 50R, which features the Fujifilm G Format image sensor.
Panasonic has developed the Lumix S1R and the S1, its first Digital Single Lens Mirrorless Cameras with 35mm full-frame sensors.
Tile has introduced two new trackers alongside a new subscription service called Tile Premium.
Canon has launched a new range of Pixma inkjet printers and smart scanners, including the Pixma TS9560 Series, Canon’s first A3 Inkjet All-In-One printer.
Canon has launched the PowerShot SX70HS, a bridge-body camera with a 65x optical fixed lens zoom, equivalent to a 21-1365mm focal length.
Motorola have announced local launch details for their latest smartphone, the Moto Z3 Play.
Telstra has revealed details for just how much the LTE-version of the new Samsung Galaxy Watch will cost you and when you'll be able to buy it.
Amazon has announced that the new Echo Sub will be coming to Australia alongside the refreshed Echo Dot, Echo Plus and Echo Show.
Samsung has officially moved to challenge Huawei's P20 Pro, announcing the Galaxy A7.
MSI will kick off an integrated global marketing campaign, MSI x Venom, bringing the highly anticipated film to PC gamers with the latest MSI Optix MPG27CQ Curved Gaming Monitor, Trident 3 Gaming Desktop and B450 Tomahawk Gaming Motherboard.
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