The Fujitsu STYLISTIC V727 2-in-1 tablet is a slimline business tablet that has enough battery power for a full working day.
The Epson WorkForce Pro WF-C5290 and WF-C5790 inkjet printers are suitable for small workgroups that require hassle-free, low-maintenance and productivity-boosting printing.
The Brother QL-1100 series of wide-format, professional label printers provide versatility to users.
The Advantech MIC-7500 Compact Modular IPC Platform is an industrial-grade platform equipped with a 6th generation Intel Core i-processor that is widely employed for factory and machine automation.
The market has seen a marginal sales increase of just 1% for tablets in Australia, when compared to figures for one year ago.
HP 4K display monitors can be paired with a dock for multitasking with clear, crisp content and applications.
The HP ZBook 14u/15u mobile workstations now feature Sure View for greater user and data privacy for technical mobile professionals.
The HP Thunderbolt Dock G2 workstation dock provides users with a clean and functional working space while enabling IT to support any device notebook with Thunderbolt and USB-C functionality.
The HP EliteBook 800 series mobile workstations feature 8th generation Intel Core vPro processors, with up to 15 h of battery life.
Australian smartphone sales grew 11% during 2017 to around 9.2 million units, with the total base of smartphone users increasing to 19.3 million.
The D-Link DCS-8000LH mini HD Wi-Fi camera and DCS-8100LH HD 180° Wi-Fi camera offer features including advanced video monitoring capabilities and wide viewing angles, all in HD video quality.
The ASUS ZenBook Flip 14 UX461 touchscreen device is thin, light and versatile, with a 14″, 360° flippable NanoEdge slim-bezel touchscreen that supports the Pen active stylus.
The first battery electrode stacks have been produced by Redflow at its factory in Thailand.
The Microsoft Surface Book 2 laptop is portable, with up to 17 h of battery life.
Digital voice assistant devices in homes are becoming more popular than smartphones, according to a new Accenture survey.