Just in time for the new Star Wars Game from EA, Seagate have released their Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Xbox One Game Drive.
The cynic in me believes that no storage solution says, “I’m probably paying too much for this” than a Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Xbox One Game Drive. And that’s probably true. If you are a Star Wars fan, however, Seagate’s Jedi Fallen Order Game Drive is the extra storage that you’ve been looking for. Continue reading The force is strong with the Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Xbox One 2TB Game Drive
The Sennheiser GSP 370 promises a superior wireless headset audio experience with 100 hours between charges. The headset works with Windows PC, Mac and PlayStation 4. Continue reading Sennheiser GSP 370 wireless headset review
This week Epson Australia invited media and partners to a showcase event featuring the latest products aimed to increase productivity and efficiency.
After a brief introduction by Epson MD, Craig Heckenberg, the studio space in Sydney’s east hosted demonstrations from Epson range of projectors, large format printers and desktop and enterprise printing solutions. Continue reading Epson Sydney launch focuses on productivity and efficiency
Covert operators currently entrenched in Call of Duty Modern Warfare and Ghost Recon Breakpoint, or gamers just wanting to look awesome, can now look the part thanks to Stealth’s range of XP-Camo headsets. The XP-Camo allows gamers, streamers and audio fans to go from seat to street; with a headset equipped to deal with both in-game and real-life scenarios. Continue reading Battlefield-ready Stealth XP-Camo headsets now available in Australia
D-Link has launched its DWL-8620AP Wireless AC2600 and DWL-6620APS Wireless AC1300 Wave 2 Dual-Band Unified Access Points and New Zealand and Australia.
The devices are designed with SMEs in mind, allowing for deployment of a flexible, scalable Wi-Fi network in sometimes challenging high-density areas. Continue reading D-Link launches Wave 2 Unified Access Points in ANZ
Sydney-based mobile phone brand, Aspera Mobile have launched the successor to their Jazz smartphone.
The Jazz 2 is a 4G Android phone with dual-SIM capability, with a price-tag of under AU$100. Continue reading Aspera Mobile launches the Jazz 2, a dual-SIM, budget smartphone
Antivirus software, like airport security is a necessary evil. Sometimes inconvenient, but an essential insurance against a potentially worse outcome. Continue reading Norton Security review
Melbourne-based technology distributor, Alloys, has launched the MakerBot Method, a mid-level 3D printer that bridges the gap between expensive industrial 3D printers and those of hobbyists. Continue reading Australian distributor, Alloys, launches MakerBot Method 3D Printer