Australia's Best Computer Coupons, Deals & Offers

Dell has previewed its next generation XPS 13 model and we have to say it is quite the revelation. This is a 13-inch ultrabook that is snow white in colour and rather unsurprisingly comes with the Dell’s world-famous Infinity Edge Display. It is highly likely that Dell will reveal much more about the ultrabook at next year’s Consumer Electronics Show in January. Dell did however show off the next generation XPS 13 to one tech publication that was touring the company’s Texas headquarters.

Last year in Australia, there were 1.4 million tablets sold and whilst tablet sales on the whole are declining, Android tablets seem to be taking the biggest hit. Android tablet sales declined by a whopping 29 per cent during the first half of 2016 alone. And whilst Android does remain the dominant smartphone operating system, many industry analysts are predicting by the end of the year, Windows tablets will overtake Android.

Dell has launched a new version of its Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet that basically has all the features you could possibly imagine when you think about a rugged tablet. Yes, it’s still heavy, it’s also bulky and runs on would you guess Windows 7. The model has been named the Latitude 7212 Rugged Extreme Tablet and features an 11.6-inch 1080p display and you can choose between 6th or 7th generation Intel Core processors. Buyers can also choose between 8GB or 16GB of RAM and up to 1TB of solid state storage.

  • September 28, 2017
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Lenovo has launched the Mixx 520 2-in-1 tablet which is sold with a separate keyboard and Lenovo Active Pen 2. No matter whether you own business or are a busy professional manager, all you need to do is attach the Miix 520 to your PC and you will have everything you need to produce and edit work, all of which is kept private courtesy of an integrated fingerprint reader. The Miix 520 even allows users to scan edit and print 3D images.

  • September 21, 2017
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Lenovo has a great new gadget out that makes use of the Alexa voice assistant developed by Amazon. The Lenovo Home Assistant Pack is a speaker that costs about US$70 and comes with a USB port on the side allowing the users to slot in one of Lenovo’s many Android tablets and turn it into a multimedia station wedged in between two plastic fins.

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