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ASP rise offers some light at the end of the tablet tunnel
Apple's iPad has logged its best quarter in two years as consumers and enterprise alike opt for 'pro' devices, but the news isn't great for all.
Xplore Technologies reports 'record' $100.5 million revenue
Xplore Technologies, a provider of 'rugged' tablets, has grown its revenue to a 'record' $100.5 million in fiscal 2016 - representing 136% growth.
Android and the detachable market: 'Very interesting times' ahead says IDC
IDC says tablet sales are continuing to slide as both enterprises and consumers seek ‘more productive’ form factors, so where does that leave Android?
Pricing announced for HP's radical new mobility solution
Hewlett Packard's HP Elite x3, touted as "The one device that’s every device", is now available in the US for $799 - approximately $NZ1138 or $AU1064.
Are iPads suitable for the classroom or are their days done?
According to the Lewiston-Auburn Sun Journal, almost 90% of teachers and 74% of students preferred laptops over tablets.
NZ tablet shipments down despite ‘colossal’ detachables growth
"Many of the biggest New Zealand tablet vendors have been switching their focus to developing detachable tablets."
New release: HP Elite X3 - the one device that's every device
A revolutionary new device from HP for a whole new type of mobile workforce
The tablet market hits its peak, detachables emerge in force
Tablet manufacturers, both large and small, are slowly shifting focus toward the detachable tablet market segment.
Apple remains top dog of declining tablet market
"Tablet shipment results were mediocre following impressive fourth-quarter performances that were supported by the peak season demand."
Apple still tablet king - and beating Microsoft at its own game
Apple is racking up the wins on the detachables side of the tablet market, taking an early lead in the only growing segment of the tablet market.
Apple and Microsoft set to battle for Aussie tablet supremacy
The tablet battleground is moving to Apple versus Microsoft according to a new report, which shows higher end two-in-ones are winning ground.
HP unveils new One Life line, and it's all about mobility
"The One Life line focuses on design, productivity, security and entertainment so users get an enhanced computing experience for work or play."
The new HP changes gear with world’s thinnest laptop introduction
HP has produced a beautiful and sexy laptop, knocking the previous 'thinnest laptop' record out of the park with the all new Spectre.
Product preview: Teclast X10 3G Phablet
It wasn’t so long ago that you’d pay serious money for a cellular/wifi tablet - this one retails at around just $175.
Business tablet demand ramping up
The market for business tablets is ramping up as businesses shift computing models from PCs or laptops to two-in-one tablets, offering a growth area.
Windows to dominate detachable tablet market
Demand for detachable tablets is set to bolster Windows tablet play, with Windows devices expected to dominate the detachable market come 2020.
Microsoft brings Surface Pro 4 Type Cover to New Zealand
With a starting price of $299.95, the Type Cover can be pre-ordered from the Microsoft Store. From March 15, it will be available in-store nationwide.
Wireless home security market to reach $32 billion by 2019
The emergence of customised solutions and integrated packages will significantly boost the global wireless home security market until 2019.
Xplore Technologies grows market share in APAC
“Our strategy continues to pay dividends as we are seeing our market share increase on a global scale, especially in newer regions like APAC."
Attention all gamers: New ASUS laptop available in NZ
"Maximum gaming performance, attentive design, flawless visuals and instant upgrades. ROG GL552 is ready to play."
Toshiba expands SMB offerings with new laptops
“With our expanded line of Tecra and Portégé products, we are able to deliver devices with enterprise-class performance for a low TCO."
Is Microsoft losing the mobility race?
“The future for Windows 10 Mobile is now in question. Microsoft desperately needs to attract high-profile OEMs and generate consumer pull."
Apple winning the detachable race
The transition towards detachable tablets is in full swing, with Apple coming out on top as the clear winner above Microsoft and other PC vendors.
Consumer electronics market flatlines
“The slowdown in the consumer technology market is irrefutable, serious and global. The market is not about the glitzy gadgets anymore."