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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."
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."
Changing consumer habits damaging PC sales
"The PC market is still in the middle of structural change, which will reduce the PC installed base in the next few years."
Hands-on review: Microsoft Surface Pro 4
Microsoft has outdone itself with this device. The kickstand is a simple but killer feature and sets it apart from other tablet devices.
Hands-on review: HP Spectre X2
HP has taken the Surface’s already good design and refined it. The result of this is a great gadget that is a design hit with some minor misses.
Market transition sees detachable tablets booming, iPad Pro turnaround
A market transition is seeing detachable tablets booming, the iPad Pro experiencing a turnaround, and Windows gaining tablet traction.
Has Windows' time come in the tablet market?
After languishing in single digit market share for several years, Windows is finally making a move in the tablet space.
The tablet is dead, long live the detachable?
Tablet shipments slumped in Q3 as owners hold on to their devices for longer periods - but the move to detachables seems to be intensifying.
Business laptop to tablet migrations spurring tablet growth
Laptop to tablet migrations in businesses sparked an increase in tablet sales in Q2, with the enterprise tablet roll out expected to continue
Tablets on the rise as upgrades and enterprise demand increase
The future for sales of tablets is looking considerably brighter with 7% growth predicted next year as upgrades and enterprise tablet use take off.
Hands-on review: Dell Venue 8 7000 Series
Leading the way is Dell with the Venue 8 7000, hands-down the best Android tablet I’ve ever come across.
Zebra takes on enterprise tablet market - with a twist
Resellers have a new weapon in their arsenal for enterprise-grade tablet computers, with Zebra Technologies bringing its new tablets to market in ANZ.
There’s a new player in the enterprise tablet space
With the addition of Windows 8.1, customers can choose an enterprise-class tablet that best fits their mobile strategy."
The ABCs of ed tech today, according to CompTIA
CompTIA breaks down the key technologies used in today’s classrooms and how this is impacting classroom learning.
Two-in-ones: The tablet saviour?
Two-in-one shipments are up 86.5%, while tablets stumble, and IDC predicts the iPad Pro, Windows 10 and Skylake will push enterprise adoption.
Asia Pacific leads the way in mobile adoption
"More businesses are embracing mobility and by 2020, 80% of the world will own a smartphone and there will be 2-3 times more smartphones than PCs."
Time to get ready for two-in-one tablet boom
Two-in-one tablets are set to boom as traditional PC vendors find a niche to compete against mobile device heavyweights and Windows helps drive demand
Microsoft gains tablet market share following Windows 10 launch
The Windows tablet market share in this quarter was at an all-time high of 9%, up four points from Q2 2014.
Apple, Samsung lose ground as tablet market sags
Apple has held its spot at the top in the global tablet market, despite a substantial decline in a market that has seen little innovation or updates.
Apple, Microsoft, Google: Who will dominate the enterprise tablet market?
"As firms increasingly invest in company-owned tablets, Apple, Google, and Microsoft will battle it out to be the enterprise tablet leader."