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Aussie Googlers get magazines

on Thursday, October 18th, 2012
Posted in: Android related, News

The Australian Google Play Store has just made magazines  available to Aussie Android Googlers.  Australia’s three biggest magazine publishers have already signed up to the service: Bauer Media’s newly-acquired ACP Magazines, Seven West Media’s Pacific Magazines and News Limited’s NewsLifeMedia.  ACP, the No 1 publisher, will initially sell digital editions of 17 of its titles Read More…

Clumsy Case

The Clumsy Case – For Clumsy Kids (or Adults)

on Thursday, October 11th, 2012

Designed by Melbourne Company Studio Proper, the Clumsy Case is an iPad case designed for kids or those of us who are just plain clumsy Made of a soft foam that’s both durable and easy to clean, the Clumsy protects your iPad from those everyday bumps and drops as well as those messy and grubby hands. Read More…

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Australian-Made mattt Gear Bags

on Monday, July 16th, 2012

After finding BOGear and Haul, both Australian made bag manufacturers, here’s another one.  mattt bags is based in central Melbourne, Victoria, and they make a range of backpacks, shoulderbags, and sleeves that are all handmade locally. The bags are made from sustainable materials, and there’s quite a range of different prints that you can get customised Read More…

LG Optimus Spirit

Australian Deal of the Day – LG Optimus Spirit $49.50

on Sunday, May 13th, 2012
Posted in: Android related, News

If you’re like me you’re probably sick of all these US only Deal of the Days on The Gadgeteer, so here’s a fair dinkum Aussie one and it’s actually not just for the day.  If you’re after a cheap and cheery Android phone, Coles has a special Flybuys deal on the LG Optimus Spirit (P690) Read More…

Kindle Touch

Kindle Touch Available in Australia… But at What Price?

on Thursday, February 23rd, 2012
Posted in: eBook Readers, News

At this point in time Amazon will only ship the Kindle Touch WiFi to Australia.  Up for preorder now on both BigW and Dick Smith is the Touch WiFi for $185AU for release on March 5th and the Touch 3G for  $249AU for release on the 13th of March. The only question I’ve got is why ? To grab Read More…

Anaconda

Timbuk2 and Anaconda Team up for Timbuk2 Down Under

on Friday, October 14th, 2011

Regular Gadgeteers will know that Timbuk2 products are very popular on the site.  Those in Australia however have had to order from overseas with sometimes high shipping costs ( I should know I’ve done it 5 times ) . Ship no longer Anaconda , an Australia wide outdoors gear store is now distributing a limited line of Read More…

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Underground Garbage Disposal System Sucks

on Saturday, September 24th, 2011
Posted in: Miscellaneous, News

The City of Sydney Council, Australia is considering a system of high pressure underground pipes to collect garbage from inner-city homes.  Already in place in a number of European and other cities, the system can be retrofitted into current infrastructure though it is obviously easier to implement in greenfield sites. The system may mean an Read More…

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New Aus Samsung LED TVs – Powerful and Stylish (?)

on Thursday, August 18th, 2011

Samsung Electronics Australia  announced the local availability of its new range of powerful and stylish edge-lit LED monitors, the 3D capable SA 9 series, Smart Hub enabled TA9 Series as well as their CA5 Central Station Monitor. The SA 9 is available in 23 and 27″ configurations, full HD with  3D playback from a wide Read More…

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HP Touchpad Australian Touchdown – Bonus 3G Wifi Router

on Friday, August 12th, 2011

The HP Touchpad that’s been available in the US since July  finally has a release date of August 15th in Australia. Following it’s permanent price drop in the US, the Australian release price  will also  be $100 cheaper than first indicated.  Harvey Norman will be the initial exclusive retail partner. Will webOs have the  features Read More…

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Amazon Kindle locally available in Australia – woohoo!

on Sunday, August 7th, 2011
Posted in: eBook Readers, News

Aussie ( potential )  e-readers rejoice. No longer will you have to muck around with exchange rates and overseas freight ( albeit very fast 3-4 day turnaround from the US ) to obtain your Amazon Kindle. Both Dick Smith Electronics and Big W are showing the Kindle and accessories available on their websites. Both sites show  it Read More…