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Nexus 7 (2013) — Review

Can Google win hearts and wallets again with this years model? The Google Sales Pitch What if you could have a performance vehicle for the price of a compact city car? Say, a Porsche 911 for the price of a Volkswagen...

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....

Jacobs Portal 9.7″ Tablet — Review

A sub $200 10 inch Android tablet usually spells danger, but does the Jacobs Portal 9.7” device deserve the stigma? As I stated in my recent review of the Leader Tab, there’s two distinctly different segments when it comes to...

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...

Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 — Review

Is this the XXL version of the Galaxy S4 it appears to be? The Age of the Phablet The Phablet, Tweener or Phoneblet, for want of a better word - and believe me, we do want a better word - is...

ZTE Blade V6 — Review

ZTE Australia has certainly gone from strength to strength, with the company bringing a suite of prepaid devices for two of the major telcos. ZTE has also broadened their scope to include a few unlocked devices, including the Blade...

Asus Zenfone 2 Laser — Review

When we reviewed the original Asus Zenfone 2 we found that it was good at delivering above the expectations of someone buying a sub $300 phone, delivering far above what it promised as well. A new iteration of...

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...

Huawei MediaPad M2 — Review

Huawei have been pushing into the Android space hard over the last 12 months, particularly focussed over the last 6 months or so with initiatives such as the Huawei branded stalls showcasing the capabilities of the manufacturer and their...

Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 (5.5) — Review

Alcatel OneTouch have made a name on lower end hardware, the results have ranged from decent through to less than average. But, since my walkthrough at their booth at Mobile World Congress, I’ve been aware that this company has...

LG Optimus G — Review

Is the Optimus G just the Nexus 4 with LTE, or something better? LG has struggled in the last few years with their smartphone attempts, but since the release of the L Series as pre-paid offerings, they've begun to show...

Motorola RAZR HD — Review

The "All Day Phone"... so does it really go all day? The RAZR HD is the latest phone from Motorola. Tagged as the "All Day Phone", 4G capable, with a Kevlar body, internal and external splash guard protection, Corning...

ASUS MeMO Pad FHD 10 — Review

Asus and Intel join forces in this mid range pitch for the large tablet market. The Asus Intel Proposition Asus has good market credibility in the Android tablet space. With successes like the Nexus 7 and Transformer line of tablets they...

Blackberry Priv — Review

BlackBerry a name that was synonymous with the corporate world with its handheld mobile devices. Over the last couple of years -- thanks in part to Android and iOS along with what many would say were bad management decisions...

LG G2 — Review

Hardware, hardware, everywhere, is the LG G2 the king of the smartphone heap? LG has made some really good moves in the last couple of years, clawing their way out of relative obscurity in the Smartphone industry to a place...

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