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Google Nexus 7 — Review

Google rolls the dice with their first tablet. For some, the wait for a Nexus branded tablet has been painfully lengthy. So many lovers of Android have been crying out for a slate with Google’s specific hand of blessing on...

LG Nexus 5X — Review

The Nexus range of devices in 2015 were well leaked ahead of their release at the end of September, and the indications were they'd be an impressive batch of devices. While Huawei was new to the Nexus game in...

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 — Review

Introduced this year at the Consumer Electronics Show, the Galaxy Note|Pro (NotePro from here on in) is a giant tablet, designed to meet the needs of the most demanding mobile professional. The specifications are mind-blowing so far as Android tablets...

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ — Review

Samsung has a massive lead when it comes to market share in Android, with a large number of handsets aimed at all levels of the market. Their top tier devices obviously get the lions share of the attention though...

Lenovo Yoga 2 — Review

Lenovo is a market leader when it comes to PC, and surprisingly to most Australians, the Mobile Phone markets, but while they haven’t introduced Lenovo branded phones to Australia yet, they have brought tablets here. Their initial offerings tended...

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...

HP Pavillion 14(c001tu) Chromebook — Review

The worlds largest PC Maker attempts ChromeOS With very little fanfare, the HP Pavillion 14(c001tu) Chromebook crept into Harvey Norman and JB Hifi stores in late March, joining the Acer C7 and Samsung Series 3 Chromebooks which were already on-sale....

Droidax Powerpack for Samsung Galaxy S III — Review

A cover and portable charger in one; protects and charges your device on the go without cables. The Droidax Powerpack for the Samsung Galaxy S III is a two in one case that includes an extended battery for the...

Sony Xperia Z2 — Review

2013 was a good year for Sony. After spending several years trying to get it right, the Xperia Z finally had people talking about them in the same breath as industry leaders like Samsung and HTC. The phone’s premium...

Toshiba CB30 Chromebook — Review

Can Toshiba bring their Windows laptop expertise to the Chromebook market Back when I used to sell laptops at retail -- back in the late 90’s, early 2000’s -- there was one name that was synonymous with quality: Toshiba. Customers...

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...

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge — Review

Samsung is the king of the smartphone world, at least when it comes to sales. The company holds around 80% market share when it comes to profits and it’s mostly due to their ability to attack every possible facet...

Samsung Galaxy Gear — Review

How does Samsung's smart watch stack up? The Galaxy Gear is Samsung’s first entry into the smart watch, or "wearables", market. It joins the Pebble and Sony's Sony’s Smartwatch 2 in what seems to be a developing market. It's arguable whether...

Jetway 7″ Alfar Pad — Mini Review

We don't review enough cheap tablets, so we reviewed one for you! The tablet market used to be dominated by the iPad. Nowadays, just as Android has taken over the smartphone market and has a huge market share, Android is...

Review: Asus Zenfone 2 ZE550ML

Asus is a name that nearly everyone knows, although very few know for sure how to pronounce it. For years they have made laptops that have been popular with the general population. They have made the hugely...

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