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The lat­est up­date in Sony’s pop­u­lar A6000 mir­ror­less cam­era range, the A6300 is a de­cent com­pact shooter that has a lot of the ad­van­tages of a DSLR with­out the cum­ber­some size draw­backs. If you’re look­ing for a cam­era to take on your trav­els, the A6300 meets most of your needs and more. Im­age and video qual­ity is im­pres­sive and the cam­era per­forms spec­tac­u­larly well in low-light con­di­tions. Un­for­tu­nately the bat­tery life is also spec­tac­u­lar, in a bad way ‒ it runs out of juice pretty quickly. Bring a spare bat­tery. In a space-con­strained world, the ASUS Zen AiO Pro is a god­send. With every­thing squeezed into one dis­play, the desk­top is great for Sin­ga­pore homes. But that doesn’t mean that it sac­ri­fices power. It has a gor­geous 4K dis­play op­tion, plenty of pro­cess­ing power and a Nvidia GeForce GTX960M graph­ics card in case you want to in­dulge in a bit of gam­ing. And say what you want about the ASUS Zen AiO Pro mim­ick­ing the iMac’s de­sign but this all-in-one desk­top beats Cu­per­tino’s on hard­ware and pric­ing, start­ing from $1,099. It’s way cheaper than the iMac.

We’re grate­ful to the In­ter­net for al­low­ing us to shop from the com­fort of our couches. But with the dozens, if not hun­dreds, of on­line stores out there, it can be hard to dis­cover the best prices on a par­tic­u­lar prod­uct. For­tu­nately some­one smarter...

Colour Ren­der A com­mon gripe about Win­dows machines is colour ren­der­ing, which Asus has fixed in this AiO desk­top

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