Posts Tagged ‘Australia’
Today, MSI announced that got recognized in Australia as - Notebook maker of the Year 2011.
MSI wins the notebook race, by getting recognized from the Australia’s PC User magazine, which praised MSI notebooks for winning this year’s award – Notebook maker of the Year 2011.
The magazine pointing out that it reviewed 15 models from various MSI laptops series over the year 2011. And after testing and evaluating those notebook models (which the company sent to the Australian magazine), Australia’s PC User magazine awarded each of them for impressive performance and quality with high scores – over 75% ahead of other notebook manufacturers.
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Today, Samsung finally launched its GALAXY Tab 10.1 in Australia.
Last Friday, the Australia’s High Court lifted the sales ban of Samsung’s shoulders, and now Australian shoppers will have the opportunity to purchase a Galaxy Tab, in time for the Christmas shopping season.
Today, Samsung Electronics Australia, announced the launch of its GALAXY Tab 10.1 slim and light tablet, which will run Samsung’s customised version of Android 3.1 Honeycomb.
The Gigabyte’s booth at the Summit Tech Show (Brisbane, Australia) and the Gigabyte/ Datascrip launch event of some Gigabyte devices in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Yesterday, Gigabyte uploaded six photos of its booth at the Summit Tech Show, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC), Australia.
As we can see, Gigabyte showcased its 3-in-1 Gigabyte Booktop T1125 (a notebook, a tablet and a desktop PC in one), its latest notebooks (Booktop M2432, Q2532, P2532), the S1080 Windows 7 tablet (with USB 3.0 support) and the famous G1-Killer series – G1.Sniper 2 (gaming mobo). Most of those devices have become well-known for their innovative design and hardware features, from Asia’s largest IT tradeshow, COMPUTEX, TAIPAI (May 31st - June 4th, 2011) and Gigabyte’s official introduction of those machines.
Pioneer announced availability of its DreamBook Power W27 (Intel) and DreamBook Power W27-0B (AMD), 17.3-inch laptops for the Australian market.
DreamBook Power W27 notebook is powered by Intel i7, i5, i3 CPU, a USB 3.0 port and Intel HD Graphics 3000. While the AMD version – DreamBook Power W27-0B, comes with AMD E-350 or C-50 dual-core processors and AMD Radeon HD 6250 or AMD Radeon HD 6310 graphics.
Both machines have up to 8GB (1066/1333MHz) DDR3 memory, High Definition Audio, 9-in-1 Card Reader, HDMI, USB 2.0 and are loaded with Windows 7.
Pioneer’s 10.1-inch DreamBook P10+ 3.0 tablet is now available in Australia.
The device, advertised as “One of The most powerful 10-inch Dual Core Gaming ePad with Android 3.0, and Flash Support” has an nVidia Tegra 1GHz Dual-core CPU, up-to 512 DDR2 (667/800MHz) memory. It comes with 10.1-inch (1024 x 600) WXGA multi-touch LCD and its battery life is up-to 6.5hr, when 1080p video is played.
Pioneer released its 10.1-inch DreamBook ePad N10 Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet for the Australian market.
The device is powered by Nvidia Tegra 2 1GHz dual core CPU, 1GB DDR2 memory, 4GB/16G SSD drive (eMMC) and a 10.1-inch (1024 x 600) WXGA multitouch (10-fingers), capacitive LCD. In addition it has a USB port, SD Slot, HDMI port and 2 cameras (1.3M front and 5M rear). It runs Android 3.0 (upgradable to 3.1) Honeycomb with Flash (Adobe Flash 10.2) support, Office, PDF viewer and weighs around 670g (wo/3G module).