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Epson’s wearable augmented reality platform smart glasses, Moverio BT-200, are now available to purchase in Australia, costing $849.
New Epson customers will be eligible to claim free tickets to next year’s AFC Asian Cup to be held in Australia. The vendor has launched a promotion in conjunction with its sponsorship of the event, offering free category one and two tickets to the competition.
Integrate 2014 hosted more than 500 vendors across the audio-visual, unified communications (UC) and smart building industries. In addition to information and training seminars, the exhibition contained an open roadshow floor of local and international technology vendors and integrators, including IT giants and disruptors.
More than 800 channel partners converged on Sydney's Doltone house for the Ingram Micro Experience.
Australian “non-traditional” distributor, Alloys, has opened the doors to its new showroom in the Adelaide suburb of Marleston.
Epson has launched its PrecisionCore inkjet technology in Australia and claims the technology poses a major threat to the laser printing industry.
Epson is looking to recruit a senior person to head its NZ operations.
A selection of snaps from Synnex's Alliance Print Conference 2013 which is currently touring Australia. These images are taken from the Perth leg, which was held at The Aviary. Alongside a sumptuous breakfast, attendees were treated to expert industry commentary concerning the emerging printer industry trends heading into 2014, followed by individual vendor breakout sessions, and invaluable formal networking.
For the year, the top five suppliers to the wide format printer market remained unchanged, but within the segments there were small changes in market share among the vendors.
With more and more professionals neglecting their notebook PCs in favour of smart phone and/or tablet devices for their day-to-day productivity needs, this has caused a significant shift to occur in the way work is done in the office and on the move. PATRICK BUDMAR reports.
Is your printer stealing from you? Yes--if it's making you replace ink or toner constantly, or if you need to buy pricey special paper to get the best output. Maybe it's stealing your time or sanity by being a lot slower than it said it'd be, or having cheapo components that break or are just plain hard to use. PC World reveals some sinners-and saints-based on our recent printer reviews.
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