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Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 arrives in NZ...
"Microsoft’s vision is that Surface Pro 3 is the tablet that can replace your laptop — packing all the performance and utility of a fully powered laptop into a thin, light and beautifully designed tablet."
Phablets are so yesterday...
"This shift highlights the sustained interest among consumers, at least in emerging markets, to have a single mobile device for all their needs..."
The business enabler: Tablet PCs and SMB…
David McKean, Asus New Zealand sales manager, takes a look at the benefits and challenges posed by tablets for SMBs.
Breaking down Microsoft’s Surface investment…
"Continued losses will make it harder and harder for Microsoft to keep the Surface project going, so a good performance in the next quarter or two will be critical to justifying its continued existence."
Recent volatility gives way to positivity as IT spending rises...
"At the beginning of 2014, we asserted that businesses would choose to fix the roof while the sun was shining."
New tablet phase ahead as vendors claw back Apple / Samsung dominance
"Until recently, Apple, and to a lesser extent Samsung, have been sitting at the top of the market, minimally impacted by the progress from competitors."
Asus advances as others retreat
"There's an opportunity with Sony and Samsung pulling out of that space. We're hoping we can slot in nicely in the market."
Samsung stuns as new Galaxy Tab S hits Kiwi stores
Samsung’s thinnest and lightest tablet, the Galaxy Tab S, is hitting New Zealand shelves today so Kiwis can get their hands on the latest evolution in mobile display technology.
Are Kiwis ahead of the curve with digital devices?
While New Zealander’s love affair with television endures, TV sets alone are no longer enough to satisfy Kiwis appetite for content.
Windows XP business upgrades offers PC market crucial lifeline
"2014 will be marked by a relative revival of the global PC market."
NZ IT spending tops $11 billion… Where’s YOUR money at?
"IT is entering its third phase of development, moving from a focus on technology and processes in the past to a focus in the future on new business models enabled by digitalisation."
New Wynyard solution to examine digital evidence from seized devices
"We understand that in some large cities there are more than 50,000 devices lawfully seized each year and with the increasing number of smart phone users this number continues to grow."
PC outlook remains subdued despite slowing tablet demand
"PC shipments are currently benefitting from a lull in tablet demand. However, the transition toward mobile and cloud-based computing is unstoppable."
Tablet projections lowered as phablet shipments impact market
"Two major issues are causing the tablet market to slow down."
Channel unrest, businesses on the brink and a backlash for Booth Babes...
Six months is a long time in the New Zealand channel market...
Is tech causing Kiwi consumers to stay indoors?
"Adoption of innovative devices such as smartphones, tablets and smart TVs continues to grow and this is having an effect on how consumers act in their everyday lives."
Industry feels the heat as tablet market misses a beat
Experts forecast an even more challenging year ahead for the category...
Intel talks up tablets as PC profit slides
Intel outlined its plans to drive tablet growth this year, setting out an ambitious strategy to increase the company’s market share.
Gartner: Devices on the rise despite PC decline
PCs, tablets, ultramobiles and mobile phones - where’s the money at…?
Tablet Hybrids set to ship 50 million by 2018
New findings from hi-tech analyst firm, Juniper Research, observed that the tablet market is becoming increasingly diverse as new form factors emerge.
Phablets... a 'Phabulous' future?
Once perceived to have limited potential, Juniper forecasts that Phablets will ship over 120 million units by 2018, rising from an estimated 20 million in 2013.
IDC: After years of growth, tablet sales slow
"After years of strong growth, we expect the white-box tablet market to slow in 2014 as consumers move to higher-end devices that work better and last longer."
Android devices fuel strong tablet growth...
Worldwide sales of tablets to end users reached 195.4 million units in 2013, a 68 percent increase on 2012, according to Gartner.
Should Kiwis buy Apple's iPad Air...?
Apple’s iPad Air has charged to the top of the tablet review table in New Zealand, beating 27 other devices in a recent report compiled by Consumer NZ.