The Epson WorkForce and WorkForce Pro series of all-in-one printers are designed for homes and businesses.
The Epson Expression Premium Photo range contains the XP-6000 and XP-8500 models.
The Epson PrecisionCore-powered WorkForce ET-4750 EcoTank all-in-one multifunction printer has cartridge-free printing, easy-to-fill ink tanks and up to two years of ink in the box.
The Epson Expression Home range printers include models XP-240, XP-245, XP-340, XP-344, XP-440 and XP-442.
Epson EcoTank Expression Premium ET-7750 and Expression Premium ET-7700 multifunctional photo printers13 November, 2017
The Epson EcoTank Expression Premium ET-7750 (A3) and Expression Premium ET-7700 (A4) multifunctional photo printers come with a 5-colour ink system and up to two years' worth of ink.
The Honeywell ScanPal EDA70 enterprise-ready tablet provides workers with real-time connectivity for business-critical applications and efficient data capture capabilities.
The HP Spectre x360 laptop offers longer battery life in a quad-core convertible, while improving security with an optional integrated privacy screen option.
Telstra plans to make MTData's GPS telematics and fleet management technology a key pillar of the connected vehicle IoT offering.
The HP Spectre 13 laptop empowers users to work without constraints and enjoy entertainment with a device powered by 8th Generation Intel Core processors.
The Epson EcoTank printer range is ink cartridge-free.
Dell has doubled down on its commitment to the Internet of Things, establishing a new IoT division and revealing $1.28bn investment in IoT R&D over the next three years.
The Australian tablet market contracted 10% in the first half of the year as a result of waning demand for Android tablets, but is expected to see a rebound in the second half.
Market research company IDTechEx estimates that the wearable sensor market is seeing its first billion-dollar year in 2017 despite ongoing commoditisation dragging down revenues.
Apple's 10th anniversary iPhone X is the most powerful iPhone to date, but will cost twice as much at launch as the original device it is commemorating.
Android took back the title of Australia's top smartphone OS during the second quarter as Samsung recovered from its market share hit and iPhone sales slowed, according to IDC.