Been holding out for a white version of the BlackBerry keyboard phone? Well, your dreams have come true.
Proving that it's ready to enter the modern retail era, Harvey Norman is offering 50 per cent off all games until midnight 29 March.
The Android-based tablet sports an 8,000mAh battery as well as security and keyboard correction tools found on LG's smartphone lineup.
This week we've got deals for quick shoppers, deals for the Apple fans and something to keep kids (or kids at heart) happy. Check out this week's wrap of the best retail tech deals.
The ACCC's legal battle with Harvey Norman has stepped up with four franchisees facing AU$86,000 worth of fines for misleading customers. The retailer's franchisees have now been slugged with more than AU$230,000 in penalties for staff behaviour.
Bush Australia has been forced to recall one of its TVs, sold in Harvey Norman, due to a flaw that has caused leaking acidic liquid.
LG is bringing its wearable Lifeband Touch to Australia, though the device will not be accompanied by the brand's accompanying Heart Rate Earphones when it hits local stores.
Online retailer Kogan is making a play in the burgeoning 3D printer space with a new sub-$700 model that is set to challenge other retailers in the marketplace.
Mother's Day is around the corner, but beyond the appliances there are also plenty of good deals in the technology space.
If you're after a technology deal this week, where's the best place to spend your hard-earned? We've done the leg work to cover all the retail deals on offer so you don't have to!