Samsung ATIV Smart PC Pro review

Samsung ATIV Smart PC Pro review

Price: $1399  |  Website: samsung.com/au By the time we got around to reviewing this tablet we’d figured out a great simple way to predict a tablet’s performance: feel how much it weighs. If it’s as light a small book chances are it’s going to be running a low-speed processor with barely any memory or hard…

Acer ICONIA W700 review

Acer ICONIA W700 review

Price: $1199  |  Website: Acer.com.au Most tablets take after Olympic marathon runners when it comes to their dimensions with almost zero body fat. The ICONIA isn’t one of those anorexic creations. Acer has instead adopted the brutish dimensions of a weight lifter with a much greater heft and depth than other tablets. It’s nowhere near…

Sony VAIO Duo 11 SVD11215CGB convertible notebook review

Sony VAIO Duo 11 SVD11215CGB convertible notebook review

Price: $1499  |  From: Sony.com.au Sony’s convertible notebook sacrifices good looks to deliver a much stabler touch experience. The Duo 11 uses a sliding mechanism to transform from tablet to laptop form with the screen sliding upwards and away from the keyboard. It’s quite a stiff mechanism requiring some force but there’s nowhere to grab…

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet review

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet review

With all the attention in the Apple versus Samsung war of late centring on the latter’s staggering $1 billion patent suit loss it’s good to finally see some more action where it matters: the products. Samsung’s latest run at creating an iPad killer is this spin-off from its 5.3in ‘phablet’ Galaxy Note and it’s a…

Wacom Intuos5 Touch review

Wacom Intuos5 Touch review

Chances are if you own a graphics tablet you refer to it as a Wacom (pronounced wah-com) for the simple fact that other than a couple of small players Wacom basically dominates the market. That and the company’s tablet technology is superb. Up until now however there was no great incentive to upgrade. If your…