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Sony Xperia Z3 — Review

It wasn't all that long ago that I remained in love with HTC's One M8. I've owned it since it launched in Australia, and even bought one before Ausdroid's review was published. I knew that I had liked the...

ZTE Blade D/Chat 4G — Review

It used to be the case that the entry-level smartphone market was flooded with inferior products; devices that would never see a software update, that you couldn’t buy any accessories for, and that were generally just unpleasant to use....

ALDI Medion 4″ Smartphone — Review

Ausdroid put's ALDI's low-cost 4" smartphone to the test. This year, 2013, has seen the launch of some fantastic smartphones. So far, we've seen the Sony Xperia Z, Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One as the real class-leaders, and Ausdroid...

Samsung Galaxy S6 / Galaxy S6 Edge — Review

Samsung has lead the Android market with its Galaxy S line of mobile phones for a number of years now, producing one of - if not the - top-selling mobile handsets on the market. The company has achieved mass-market...

HP Chromebook 11 (2101TU) — Review

HP have been releasing their Chromebook at a fast and furious pace. It was only mid August when Dan reviewed the upgraded HP 11 (11-2001TU model). At the time Dan made the statement "HP has jumped into...

ZTE Optus Fit 4G Smart – Review

ZTE has been in the Australian marketplace for a while now, albeit as a white label supplier for the three major telcos to offer their branded phones. But ZTE has been moving towards becoming known in Australia, and has...

Leader Tab 10″ — Review

Leader offers a breath of fresh air into a rough and stale market with their 10-inch Jellybean Tablet. When you’ve tested, reviewed and owned top end tablet devices, it can sometimes be tempting to dismiss tablets that aren't in this...

Asus Chromebit — Review

Chrome OS has been put onto many form factors since it was first introduced, laptops (Chromebooks), desktops (Chromeboxes and Chromebases) and now they’re invading the new stick computing trend that Intel first introduced, with the Asus Chromebit. Since Google and...

Oppo R5 — Review

Oppo last year announced two new handsets at their launch in Singapore, announcing the Oppo N3, an update to the N1, and another more design oriented handset, the Oppo R5. While the major focus these days is on...

Sony Xperia Z3 Compact — Review

There's an ongoing argument about phone sizes. Apple's move into larger screen sizes means it’s not just happening in the Android market now, it's industry-wide. Everyone has a sweet spot into which the smartphone size of their heart's desire...

Alcatel OneTouch Pixi 3 (4) — Review

Alcatel OneTouch is back. The company never really left, but their presence in the Australian market was, until April this year, fairly low-key and unheralded by most. They re-launched with a splashy media event in April which caught our...

Lenovo Thinkpad 11e — Review

Lenovo is the largest manufacturer of laptops on the planet. Along with Lenovo branded laptops, Lenovo is also responsible for continuing the legacy of the Thinkpad branded notebooks which were built by IBM until they sold the brand to...

Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge — Review

There’s little doubt that Samsung has been on to a good thing with its Galaxy range of smartphones. For a number of years now the Galaxy S range has been incredibly popular with consumers and reviewers alike, starting with...

HP Chromebook 11 (11-2001TU) — Review

HP has jumped into Chromebook's with a vengeance. As one of the largest PC makers in the world, they have the scale and facilities to churn out models quite quickly and they're doing so with their Chromebooks. It's a...

Sony Xperia T2 Ultra Review

It's a SERIOUSLY BIG phone! Last October our resident phablet user, Matt Booth, reviewed the Sony Xperia Z Ultra very positively. Fast forward six months and Sony have released it's follow up, the Sony Xperia T2 Ultra (T2). ...

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