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
The beautiful game, the world’s game. Whilst not so much in New Zealand or, here in Australia. EA’s FIFA franchise remains the top sports video game in both countries. And for good reason.
This year, on top of the usual visual tweaks and improvements, EA Sports have added somewhat of a game-changer to their premier sports title. Continue reading FIFA 20 Xbox One/PC review
Oft forgotten and left out, Kiwis can now get an early hands-on with Minecraft Earth, an augmented reality version of the popular block-based survival game. Currently in early access the free-to-play game is available in New Zealand now on both iOS and Android.
Microsoft ANZ hope to make Minecraft Earth better over time, releasing the game in early access first, adding more countries each week until its available worldwide by the end of the year. This will allow people play, test and provide feedback on the game, helping the developers shape the experience. Continue reading Minecraft Earth is now available in New Zealand
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
For almost 30 years Norton software has been protecting PC users from viruses and other unwanted elements. Unfortunately, as the decades have rolled on, vulnerabilities across digital devices and the means to exploit them have become all the more sophisticated.
Building on their Norton Security software suite, Symantec’s consumer cyber safety brand, now known as Norton Lifelock, have released Norton 360 in Australia and New Zealand. I put the digital security software through its paces. Continue reading Norton Lifelock Norton 360 review
British developer, Codemasters, continues to dominate the motorsport gaming genre with the latest iteration for their circuit-racing franchise, simply entitled Grid.
The spiritual successor to their TOCA Touring Cars and Race Driver games, Grid fills in the gap between the clinical racing of their Formula One games and the messy off-roading of their Dirt games. Grid concentrates on events on asphalt racing circuits, street circuits and point-to-point street stages. Continue reading Grid PC review
The Ghost are back, this time trapped on a hi-tech island under siege by a one of their own, gone bad.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint is the follow up to 2017’s Ghost Recon Wildlands. The new game swaps the drug-fuelled warzone of Bolivia for the far less contentious fictional island of Auroa, the South Pacific Island paradise of tech billionaire, Jace Skell. Continue reading Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint PC review