Nura has announced a series of free software upgrades to the Nuraphone headphones.
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Plantronics have announced its Plantronics BackBeat Go 600 Series.
HyperX have made a play for console gaming audiences with the new, budget-friendly, Cloud Stinger Core headset.
ASUS have added a new gaming headset to their line-up of ROG gaming accessories in the form of the Delta.
Beats by Dr. Dre has kicked off its 10 year anniversary celebration with the launch of its new Decade Collection comprised of its latest products styled in red accents.
Sony has revealed that they'll be bringing their unique Xperia Ear Duo open-ear wireless headphones to Australia later this month.
Jabra has announced Australian launch details for three new Elite products, completing the local range of Elite headphones and earbuds.
B&O Play has announced a refresh of their Earset earbuds.
Attendees of this year's IEM Sydney had the chance to go hands-on with HyperX's new Cloud Stinger Core headset.
Jaybird are rolling out a new special edition version of their Jaybird RUN headphones in celebration of Earth Day.
Jabra has announced a new franchise of wireless headsets that set a new standard for call quality, security and the number of staff who can simultaneously use them.
Almost six months after they charmed the tech press at the debut of the Google Pixel 2, the company's Pixel Buds are finally coming to Australian customers.
Bose have announced the arrival of their SoundSport Free true wireless earbuds to the Australian and New Zealand markets.
Announced back in September, Jabra have now announced Australian and New Zealand pricing and availability for their new Evolve 75e Bluetooth headphones.
Following on from last year’s FPS Pro keyboard and Pulsefire Mouse, 2018 is shaping up to be a big year for Kingston-backed gaming brand HyperX. It all starts at this year’s CES in Las Vegas.
Now that the home entertainment market has moved towards streaming video services and Blu-ray content, there has never been a better time to convert DVD collections to digital.
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