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Pioneer Computers DreamBook ePad Tablet Launching in Australia in September

Pioneer Computers DreamBook ePad Tablet Launching in Australia in September

In today's tablet market, the main competitor to the current kind of the hill, seems to be centered around the Android mobile Operating System. But, Pioneer Computers managed to go against the grain, and have unveiled their new DreamBook ePad tablet, which is set to launch in the Australian region later this year. Boasting plenty of features, we're left wondering if the DreamBook will ever make it to our neck of the woods.

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Microsoft 4GB Xbox 360/Kinect Australian Bundle Packaging Shows 250GB Bundle Exists

Microsoft 4GB Xbox 360/Kinect Australian Bundle Packaging Shows 250GB Bundle Exists

It hasn't even been a month since the 4GB Xbox 360/Kinect bundle was announced, but sure enough there's already talks about a 250GB bundle out there, somewhere. Actually, it's more than talks. If the Australian packaging for the 4GB bundle is to be believed, then the 250GB version definitely exists. Though, as you may have already guessed, it hasn't been officially unveiled by Microsoft quite yet.

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Pioneer Computers Australia DreamBook Light U11 CULV notebook arrives

Pioneer Computers Australia DreamBook Light U11 CULV notebook arrives

Down under and looking for a new CULV notebook for the festive season?  Pioneer Computers Australia may have just the thing, in the shape of the DreamBook Light U11; an 11.6-inch ultraportable, the U11 packs a choice of Intel dual-core (SU2300 or SU4100), Core 2 Solo (SU7300) or Core 2 Duo (SU9400 or SU9600) processors together with up to 4GB of memory and optional integrated 3G.

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Apple touting Tablet in Australia?

Apple touting Tablet in Australia?

The Apple Tablet rumors this week have already been tenuous and, well, more tenuous, so let's throw another vaguely unbelievable tidbit into the ring.  According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Apple have been shopping around their tablet to Australian media companies, "in an effort to sound out whether they would be interested in delivering their content to the tablet."  The paper suggests that Apple have been sending around details of the tablet's specifications; however none of the media companies themselves would talk on the record.

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