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We've spent the last week scouring the halls and show floors of the Consumer Electronics Show in gaudy Las Vegas, and we've found something worth writing home about. A few new smartphones big and small, expensive and inexpensive, and a few world firsts, were on display — and will be coming to Australia.
My family is big on Christmas movies. We always made a big deal out of it when I was a kid.
Even as an adult I enjoy being able to go home for the holidays to watch some of the heart-warming classics — Die Hard, Home Alone and Batman Returns.
My love of a good, bloody holiday flick may not have changed, but my tolerance for excruciating summer heat definitely has.
Last year, Asus's ZenWatch 2 was a really great and eminently affordable Android Wear device. This year, Asus is back with the ZenWatch 3, and it is addressing the pathetic battery-life problems that have plagued smartwatches for years.
ASUS is gearing up for another smartwatch release to follow up on last year's ZenWatch 2. Rather than go down the common path with a sleek and futuristic design, these photos suggest the ZenWatch 3 will embrace a retro aesthetic.
We like small, powerful computers — like the MSI Vortex G65 and Alienware Alpha R2 — that hide seriously powerful components inside a sleek chassis that can be hidden away under a desk or inside a home theatre cabinet. The latest iteration of the ROG G20 is an Oculus VR-certified machine that hides away a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card.
Within the last two years, routers have gone from ugly boxes tucked away in shame to well-designed products, complete with a variety of new technologies and user-friendly interfaces. Led by ambitious Kickstarter projects like Eero, Luma and Starry, routers are having a gadget moment — and that could finally help people realise how important the little box really is.
Asus's haul of gadgets at its Computex 2016 unveiling was extensive, but two particular 2-in-1 laptops stood out of the crowd: the Transformer 3, which follows the same super-thin-and-light trend as the Samsung TabPro S tablet, and the Transformer 3 Pro, which goes toe-to-toe with Microsoft's excellent Surface Pro 4.