Small and new business retailers in Australia are struggling to keep pace with competition in an increasingly digital world because the capital expense of digital signage is thought too risky without a clear indication of the value return.
Weary workers who need to de-stress after a long day can now get some personal pampering at home at the touch of a button, thanks to the launch of a new range of massage chairs from WOW Sight & Sound stores.
Apple has unveiled MacBook Air, claiming it to be the world's thinnest notebook, measuring 0.4 centimetres at its thinnest point and 1.9 centimetres at its thickest.
Dynamic Closures are the market leader around the world in sliding security doors. They continue to develop new high quality products that other companies can only try to copy.
Extech Data Systems, developer of portable printers for enterprise-wide applications, introduces the Andes 3, the first in a series of Generation 4 printers that joins its existing family of portable printing products.
Lexmark Australia, has introduced the new Lexmark X9350 Wireless Office All-in-One (AIO) with Duplex printing.
Symantec has recently announced new versions of their corporate anti-virus software for Microsoft Windows Vista operating systems.
Epson has released the Stylus Photo R390 printer for photo enthusiasts and Stylus Photo RX590 "More-in-One" for convenient photo lab quality printing for the small office or home environment.