Tuesday , June 27 2017

Reviews

HTC U11: A Welcome Return To Form — Australian Review

As HTC celebrates its 20th anniversary, the U11 is a gorgeous, feature-packed and very welcome return to form. The company’s original “One” turned heads with its all-metal design and focus on low-light camera performance, but the Taiwanese manufacturer struggled to follow that success. The intervening years have seen camera gimmicks, …

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Netgear Arlo Pro — Review

With everything making the inexorable move to “the Cloud”, the boffins at Netgear clearly though this would be a good way to do security as well. I’ve been testing out the Netgear Arlo Pro for a couple of weeks now, and I’m happy to say that it’s a really simple …

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Review: Garmin Vivosmart 3

New fitbands seem to be a dime a dozen but if a brand wants to set themselves apart from the pack they need to come with something different. With the Vivosmart 3, Garmin are attempting to do just that. Any old device can measure steps these days but how many …

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LG G6 — Re-reviewed

To say that I was less than enamoured with the LG G6 I reviewed a month or so ago is an understatement. I thought the design was near-perfect, so much so that I feel the 18:9 ratio phone is the way of the future, how all phones from here on …

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