After years spent trying to recapture the imagination (and money) of Australian consumers, Sony Mobile appears to have thrown in the towel.
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Amazon Australia is throwing another tech sale, with some great deals on home entertainment, smartphones and other gadgets. Highlights include 20% off off Sony 4K TVs, discounted Bose sports headphones and 20% off select Samsung smartphones. Here are our personal recommendations from the sale.
The Sony Store has extended its New Year Sale to January 14. This means you have one more week to take advantage of some great deals on DSLR cameras, 4K TVs, camcorders and video game consoles. Here are some handpicked highlights.
I have to admit that I'm one of those people who is pretty annoyed at the disappearance of the 3.5mm headphone jack from my mobile devices. And while Bluetooth is easy enough to set up, there are times when it's easy to plug in a set of wired headphones. Sony's WH-1000X M3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones offer the best of both worlds. They deliver Bluetooth connectivity but also support a 3.5mm connection. Here's how they performed for me.
Today, Sony Australia released a new PS VR bundle that's actually worth the money. The PlayStation VR Mega Pack contains version 2.0 of the virtual-reality headset, the PlayStation VR Camera and five full-price games for $469.95. If you're looking for a gamer-friendly Christmas gift, this is it.
It's a well known fact that human nostalgia glands are connected directly to our wallets. Console manufacturers have been exploiting this biological weakness for some time. The latest retro console remake is the fabulously tiny PlayStation Classic which is less than half the size of the 1995 original.
You know you're buying one. Resistance is futile. Here are the pricing details, games, release date and specs for the Aussie market.
Oh dear. The PlayStation Classic video game console has started popping up on eBay at ridiculously inflated prices. Hopeful "sellers" are currently charging between $400 and $1000 for something they don't actually own yet (the device doesn't launch until December 3). Do not be fooled.
Impulse buying is a thing, and we’re all guilty of it from time to time. Sometimes, if you’re feeling a little down, it feels good to place an order for that little thing you’ve been meaning to buy, but never quite got around to picking up. Or maybe you see a deal for something you’ve been eyeing and figure, “Eh, now’s as good a time as any.”
HD TVs have come a long way since the days of the first flatscreens, but here's a little secret for you: this year's new, fancy, top line TVs aren't really going to improve much on last year's new, fancy top line TVs. If you're in the market for a new display, you're better off looking for older, discounted models.
E3 2018 is here, and companies have already announced more games than you can shake a Joy-Con at. But what about consoles? The last few years have seen E3 inundated with either rumours or news about new consoles from the big three. This year's gaming expo has been a touch on the lighter side when it comes to hardware announcements, but still had an interesting reveal or two from the show's biggest players. Depending on your console of choice, that might be a good thing.
Is it that time of year already? In a little under a week, the world's biggest games publishers will be taking to the E3 stage to hype their latest products. For those planning to watch live in Australia, here are the dates and times for the show's heaviest hitters - including Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, Ubisoft, Bethesda and EA!