Buying a phone with a big screen won't cost an arm or a leg this year, as even the entry-level will see full-view from at least one phone maker.
An Android phone with a fingerprint sensor and a big screen for under $100? It's possible, but you'll need to make a few compromises.
At $130, the Cygnett FreePlay cordless and wireless in-earphones look like a great bargain, as the Aussie peripheral maker builds something for budgets. But is it a great buy?
The mid-range squeeze may well and truly be changing what you get for a low price in the smartphone world, but at least one manufacturer is keen to stamp its name all over value, as Alcatel demonstrates.
Budget laptops tend to be a very “start of year” thing, and the return to school is to blame, something Kogan is capitalising on this year.