Event Coverage

PC Show 2015 highlights

By Team HardwareZone - 5 Jun 2015

MyRepublic, Netgear & Olympus

MyRepublic

Sign up for a 1Gbps fibre broadband deal with MyRepublic at the PC Show ($49.99/month) and get $200 off an ASUS dual-band router (your choice of ASUS N56U, AC56U or AC87U). Or, get $100 off an ASUS dual-band router AND a great deal on a new smartphone.

 

Netgear

The Nighthawk X6 is an AC3200 tri-band wireless router. It sports a 1GHz dual-core processor and comes with a 3-year warranty. At PC Show, it's going for $399, but the first 50 customers can get it for $299.

The Arlo smart home security camera touts an easy DIY installation free from ugly cords. It supports night vision, motion alerts, 720p live video, and is weatherproof, so you can install it outdoors. The Arlo with 2 cameras is going for $549 at the PC Show (U.P: $599).

 

Olympus

The Olympus OM-D E-M10 has in-body 3-axis IS for extra stable handheld shooting and features a large, bright electronic viewfinder for easy composing of your shots. The light weight body is available in a choice of white and black, and goes for just $898 (with 14-42mm Pancake lens) or $1098 (with 14-42mm Pancake lens and 40-150mm telezoom). You’ll also get the 45mm f/1.8 portrait lens, an additional Olympus battery, and an automatic lens cap for free, as well as a 16GB class 10 SD card, 3-month local extended warranty, and a Product Workshop as part of the show special.

Another highly rated camera is the PEN E-P5. This 16-megapixel mirrorless camera with 5-axis in-body image stabilization is going for a show exclusive of $598 (with 14-42mm kit lens), and the first 20 customers at the show each day will have the 40-150mm R f/4.0-5.6 lens and an additional Olympus battery thrown in. That’s on top of the standard free bundle of a 16GB SD card, a carrying case, 3-month local extended warranty and a Product workshop.

You can read more about the OM-D E-M10 here, and our review of the PEN E-P5 here

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