Tuesday , May 30 2017

Reviews by Daniel Tyson

HTC U Ultra — Australian Review

It’s April 2017, and rather than reviewing a HTC One M (something as I’ve done for the last few years), I’ve been handed a phone from HTC's new U series, the HTC U Ultra. HTC is pushing the Ultra as the preferred handset, which is natural given that it’s got …

Read More »

Bose SoundSport Pulse — Review

Since deciding about 8 years ago that I was sick of being fat and losing around 65kg, I’ve been into fitness, a big part of that journey has been having great earphones. I’ve never been a fan of over-ear headphones when working out as I like to sweat a lot …

Read More »

Huawei Color Band A1 — Review

It’s been a long time since we saw a new wearable from Huawei. The Talkband B2 was the last real mainstream launch here in Australia (we never got the B3) and since then we’ve seen the Huawei Band and now the Huawei A1 Color Band take the field. Yes, we’re …

Read More »

Polar M600 — Review

Android Wear has had somewhat of an up and down year this year, the majority of the ‘usual’ Android OEMs haven’t released new models, but on the up side new manufacturers have filled the void. From fashion focused watches from Fossil and Michael Kors to more action oriented devices like …

Read More »

Oppo R9 — Australian Review

Oppo has had an interesting couple of years in the Australian market since their launch in 2014. The company got off to a flying start partnering with AllPhones and then moving up to Dick Smith and then securing carrier partner Optus. The demise of Dick Smith was a stumble which …

Read More »

HTC 10 — Australian Review

HTC hasn’t had the best of fiscal years over the last 12 months, but as a stalwart of the Android OEM landscape they’re popular with both the Android enthusiast community, as well as the wider public in Australia - so there’s hope. HTC had a rough year last year, with …

Read More »