MacBook Pro 2018 Upgrades – Powered by Intel Coffee Lake

Apple has upgraded the powerful business laptop MacBook Pro. The latest MacBook Pro 2018 models feature a Retina True Tone-screen, improved switches on the keyboard and an improved Intel-based processor architecture. Continue reading “MacBook Pro 2018 Upgrades – Powered by Intel Coffee Lake”

Microsoft Surface Go Is a Versatile Budget Laptop

Microsoft eventually released a budget version of its Surface tablets. The new 10-inch Microsoft Surface Go is available for pre-order at Microsoft’s store, Noel Leeming and JB Hifi. It costs $699 inclusive of GST and will start shipping on August 28th. Continue reading “Microsoft Surface Go Is a Versatile Budget Laptop”

Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo, J6 & J4 Target Mid-range Market

Samsung’s flagship phones are top-notch in terms of features and quality, but very expensive to many shoppers. The new J-series phones target price-sensitive consumers. The additions to the J-series line-up consists of Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo, J6, and J4. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo, J6 & J4 Target Mid-range Market”

Amazon Fire TV Cube Brings Voice to Your TV

Amazon strives to become the hub for communication and media consumption in homes. The virtual assistant Alexa now becomes even more powerful with the addition of Amazon Fire TV Cube. It promises to “do more with your TV” by leveraging voice commands. Continue reading “Amazon Fire TV Cube Brings Voice to Your TV”

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Powered By Bixby 2.0

Samsung’s next-generation Note phone will feature advanced artificial intelligence (AI) thanks to enhancements to its digital assistant Bixby. The coming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will, therefore, be much more useful than existing Samsung phones according to the company’s research chief. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Powered By Bixby 2.0”

Samsung Galaxy A6 Targets Mid-Market

Samsung’s flagship S9 model currently costs about $1,045. This high price tag excludes a lot of potential customers. The company, therefore, launched the A8 phone in its Galaxy A-series in order to offer a slightly less expensive model. The problem is that it’s still a fairly expensive phone and priced similarly to S8. Samsung had to rethink the price point once again and finally decided to launch the 5.6-inch Samsung Galaxy A6 and the larger 6-inch A6 Plus. These two A6 phones are cheaper than Galaxy A8 and target price-sensitive consumers. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy A6 Targets Mid-Market”