It doesn’t come cheap but, assuming you can afford it, you’re probably going to get a lot out of the Razer Blade Stealth.
Shown off at this year’s CES, ASUS have finally detailed just when their Mothership gaming PC will be coming to Australia - and just how much it’ll cost.
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We ran our review of the Aorus 15 earlier this week but Gigabyte are already looking to replace it .
In a bid to cater to both ends of the market, Samsung has launched two new Android tablets for Australian consumers.
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Speaking to PC World Australia, a Huawei representative indicated the Chinese technology company might be looking to expand into the gaming space in the near future.
In the aftermath of this week's Apple-Qualcomm settlement, Intel has confirmed it plans to exit the 5G smartphone modem market.
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Telstra says it is the first Australian telco to support eSIMs on compatible Windows 10 devices.
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Some might say you can’t teach an old laptop new tricks, but the new Gigabyte Aero 15 X9 begs to differ.
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Gaming laptops are traditionally full of compromises. They can pack so much power chassis become oversized and unwieldy, and generate so much heat performance gets throttled to facilitate cooling. When these issues are mitigated, you can be left with a laptop which is just not very good at gaming.
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