tablets

Samsung Galaxy Tab S: Australian Hands-On

Samsung has a lot of tablets. Like, a lot. Some are for reading, some for writing, others are just for kids, but there isn’t a Samsung tablet that looks, feels like a next-gen, flagship, premium device. That is, until now. This is the Galaxy Tab S: Samsung’s new pride and joy.


Meet Samsung's New Premium Tablet, The Galaxy Tab S

Samsung has just announced a brand-new, premium-grade tablet from New York this morning, and it’s rocking specs that put some laptops to shame. Here’s what it’s packing, and what you’ll pay for it.


Gizmodo Goes Inside Acer's Taiwan HQ With Bosses Stan Shih And Jason Chen

As Acer’s Chairman, Stan Shih, talks through the company’s new direction, he doesn’t seem like a man days from stepping down. Then again, Acer’s founder first retired 10 years ago, temporarily returning last year to help it return to profit and chart the future in a declining PC market. Besides new laptops and tablets, Acer’s next steps include a fitness wristband, Android smartphone and a personal cloud vision dubbed ‘BYOC’. Here’s what that means, and a look around the office.


Asus Transformer Book Flip: Australian Price And Release Date

Good news, everyone! The acrobatic Asus Transformer Book Flip is definitely coming to Australia from August. Here’s what you’ll pay for it.


Intel's New Fanless Reference Model Really Is Insanely Thin

Intel wasn’t kidding when it said that it could make a wafer-thin PC with its new fanless Core M processors. We’ve just clapped eyes on the reference model at Computex, and it’s gorgeous.


Dell's Computex 2014 Laptops, Tablets: Australian Pricing

Dell has introduced new monitors, new all-in-one PCs and new 2-in-1 laptops at Computex 2014, and most of them are coming to Australia. If you’re looking for a new piece of computing hardware, it’ll be reaching local store shelves surprisingly soon.


ASUS Computex 2014 Live Blog: All The News As It Happened

This afternoon, ASUS held its Computex 2014 keynote presentation, introducing plenty of new and exciting computer hardware to kick off the Taiwan gadget show that’s running over the next couple of days. We ran a live blog covering all the news as it happened.


'Mind-Controlled' Aeroplanes Might Just Be A Thing

A mind-controlled iPhone? Sure, we’ll take it. A mind-controlled Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1? Why not? A mind-controlled aeroplane powered by the pilot’s brainwaves? Hold on for a moment while we look for the nearest emergency exit.


HP's SlateBook PC Is A Laptop Running Android

A sleek and colourful design, Beats Audio speakers, a 14-inch touchscreen, plenty of input and output ports — all nice specs to see in a laptop. This particular PC, though, distinguishes itself by running Android rather than Windows; HP’s new SlateBook PC is banking on Google’s operating system to drive down prices.


Inside Microsoft's Model Shop: Prototyping The Future

It’s a beautiful day in Redmond…and that’s odd. Seattle is widely renowned as the rain capital of the US, with 266 out of the 365 days of the year bringing cloudy skies. But not today: it’s a postcard. But despite the conditions, the residents of Studio B on Microsoft’s sprawling Redmond campus couldn’t care less about the weather: they’re busy inside; printing, sculpting, moulding and lasering all the new products Microsoft is about to release. This is the Model Shop.