Saturday , September 23 2017

Reviews by Jason Murray

Nokia 8 – Australian Review

Nokia holds a special place in the minds and hearts of many Australians; not just consumers but also tech journalists who grew up carrying one of the brand’s many phones around in their pocket. Posts about the new Nokia brand and phones have caught on like wildfire across the industry, …

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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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Asus ZenWatch 2 — Review

Asus has released its second Android Wear watch on the market with the ZenWatch 2, available at retail from $296 for the standard leather band edition or $366 for the stunning metal band. The company hasn’t deviated far from the original in making the ZenWatch 2. At first glance, there’s …

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Plantronics BackBeat Pro — Review

Better known for gaming headsets and call centre equipment, Plantronics isn’t a company you typically associate with high-end headphones, but the company’s newest addition to the BackBeat family – the premium quality over-ear Bluetooth noise-cancelling BackBeat Pro – does a lot to change that. Big and Bold At first glance, …

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LG G Watch R — Review

We first heard rumours that LG would bring a round Android Wear watch back in August, when the Moto 360‘s release date was still unknown. We already heard from a reader who imported a unit, but still couldn’t wait to get a proper review unit of our own. The mercifully …

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HTC One E8 — Review

As HTC’s flagship efforts have intensified on their hardware design, the premium attached to that design has seen the purchase price of the phones go up. The One (M8) left consumers with little change out of $1000, owing to its head-turning aluminium body and fancy UltraPixel follow-up, the Duo Camera. …

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