The Asus ROG Phone II leaves no spec unturned, but we really want to know how much it costs.
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Nvidia has recreated the Apollo 11 moon landing using its RTX technology, including the lunar lander and Neil Armstrong.
Belkin have introduced three new wireless charging accessories to the Australian market.
Bitdefender has given its consumer-focus cybersecurity package a facelift in time for the new financial year.
DJI have shown off their latest Ronin gimbal at Sydney's MetExpo 2019.
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Samsung has announced mass production of its new 12GB LPDDR5 RAM memory chip, but the first phones to use it won't arrive until next year.
The latest entry in Sony's long-running line of mirrorless cameras is not here to mess around.
Google and Apple have unveiled a preview of the new emoji coming to phones this fall.
If you're trying to use AMD's latest Ryzen 3000-series processors with a legacy AM4 motherboard and it won't boot, AMD may be able to loan you a chip until it does.
Acer have announced that they'll be bringing their new X35 gaming monitor to Australian and New Zealand-based gamers from August 1st.
Motorola have announced they'll be launching the a $499 smartphone later this month.
As part of this year's Prime Day deals, Australians can now snag themselves one of Mobvoi's TicWatch wearables for cheap.
Amazon Prime Day has brought with it plenty of great tech discounts and sales but, more importantly, it's a great excuse to import yourself a OnePlus smartphone.
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The MSI PS63 is an amazing laptop and I would definitely consider buying one in the future.
This small mobile printer is exactly what I need for invoicing and other jobs such as sending fellow tradesman details or step-by-step instructions that I can easily print off from my phone or the Web.
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