Editor’s Picks – Hot Tech DealsOctober 25 - 11am 24
Searching for the best deal can be a never ending process.
Knowing what you want is the easy part, but finding the product at the right price is a skill not many are lucky enough to possess.
So ignore all the adverts claiming to save you money, instead listen to Techday, an unbiased voice in a competitive market.
Your quest to find the cheapest smartphone, laptop, TV or whatever can now be left with Shannon Williams, Techday’s in-house tech shopper.
Ready, set, pose. Then share.
Facebook and the like have totally ruined any chances of a surprise photo, so it’s important to get the gears that help you take the best pictures.
This Fujifilm digital camera boasts a Night Out shooting mode, making taking photos at night in bars or clubs, restaurants or just out on the street a breeze! Capture sharp, clear photos in low light with full detail. Comes in six colours, only $249 from Harvey Norman.
And since kids these days seem to have everything we do, this cute digital camcorder could be a perfect Christmas pressie. 640 x 480 video resolution, 1.3 megapixel photos, 4 x digital zoom and1.44 inch preview screen.
Obviously not ideal for the home video aficionado, but it’s purple! Cute! Don’t worry there’s a blue one for boys. Cheap as chips for only $69.99 online at The Warehouse.
Convert all those film negatives you have lying around from The Old Days into digital images with push of a button.
Transonic Negative Film Scanner converts your 35mm film negatives and slides to a 5 megapixel digital image. Takes three seconds and you’ll just need Windows XP, Vista or 7. $129 online at the Warehouse.