With LG's flagship phone finally launching in Australia on July 14, pricing and pre-order offers are starting to trickle out from retailers and telcos. But there's still no official RRP from LG.
Sony's knocked £230 off the RRP of its 26EX553 TV, which is a terrific deal on a great little telly with iPlayer, Netflix and Freeview HD.
People purchasing the 32GB Surface RT will now save AU$170 on the original RRP.
Aussie electronics retailer Kogan is hoping to share some of Apple's limelight today, announcing that it will sell all three iPhone 5 SKUs at AU$100 cheaper than Apple's RRP.
Samsung will have Galaxy Note 10.1 tablets in stores on Thursday, with the price of the 16GB Wi-Fi-only SKU priced at AU$589 RRP.
Huawei today revealed it will be the first to launch a dual-SIM Android-powered smartphone in Australia, with the Huawei Deuce hitting stores with an RRP of AU$249.
It's a steep price to pay (though savvy users will be able to get it for AU$50 cheaper than the RRP), and the noise makes it unsuitable for communal areas, but for those who want one of the best keyboard responses around, the BlackWidow Ultimate should be very high on the list.
Typical price: $199.00
Amazon UK has a RRP price for the Samsung Galaxy Tab at £799, spreading confusion among followers who can't believe that it would be priced that much above an iPad.
We know it's a cheapie, and the AU$59 RRP is less than the cost to replace both the ink cartridges, but it's still really only suitable for students printing essays or parent's printing recipes. Don't trust it with your photographs.
Typical price: $59.00
Both the One and XL are great GPS units: compact, correctable, good looking and easy to use. At RRP we'd pick the narrow screen One every time though.
Typical price: $349.00