Razer has spent years trying to build an impossible laptop — a powerful gaming portable with the facade of a thin business machine. It's come close four times, but the Razer Blade has never quite managed to stick the landing. At least until now — I've spent the last two weeks with the new 2015 model, and it's almost perfectly balanced.
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For players who can't bear the thought of being away from their favourite board game, there's a Portable Edition of Settlers of Catan that's been around for years now. But it comes packed in a flimsy cardboard box full of tiny cards and pieces that are easy to lose. That's why this new Compact Edition of Settlers of Catan, which folds up on itself for easy transport, is vastly superior in every way.
Forget the DSi XL, Nintendo should look to the past for its next handheld console. Or, just commission the modder-maestro Zenlock for a heap of portable N64s, so we can revisit The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time in style.
In 1978, Sir Clive Sinclair - inventor of the pocket calculator and the ZX Spectrum computer - released the world's first portable television, the MTV-1. It was a bit chunky to be called pocketable, although that could have something to do with the fact that it packed a 2-inch CRT inside its body...
In this digital storage device face-off, we’re looking at two products that may do the same thing, but are chalk and cheese at face value. Canon’s M80 storage device (much like Epson’s device, indeed almost one and the same) and Digital Foci’s Photo Safe II have been on the market for some time but there isn’t much choice in this area, so they stand up as current offerings.
Apple’s new iPod nano has a video camera. Surely, we’ve all heard Hitler’s take on the insanity that is Apple putting a vidcam in the nano but not in the touch, so let’s get past that. How does the video actually stack up?
We saw the viral Gumby video for this little netbook back in March, but now Samsung is bringing the N310 netbook into Australia.
We've all been there – you drew the short straw and ended up as designated driver. It's late - you're tired, grumpy, sober and your mates are begging you to find a late-night kebab store for an early morning munchy fix. You just want to go to bed. Fortunately, the Latestbuy Car Stove means that your drunk mates can cook their own kebabs while you drive home.
It seems somewhat strange and unnatural to me that people would buy a portable DVD player in an age where almost everyone owns a laptop, an iPod Touch or a PSP. But then again, I also think it's strange that people choose dumbphones over smartphones, so who am I to judge? In any case, Toshiba's catering to the non-DVD ripping or bittorrenting crowd with their latest portable DVD player.
The PSP Go! should be hitting shelves in a couple of months, yet Sony is yet to announce a local price. What gives, Sony? Fortunately, David over at Kotaku has SCEA head honcho Michael Ephraim's number on speed dial (maybe), so he hit him with the hard questions. The answers may not be exactly what you want to hear...
It's probably just a coincidence, but the W series Walkman that we saw back around CES is being released in Australia to coincide with the 30th Anniversary of the original Walkman. The press release goes so far to call it the "30th anniversary wearable Walkman".