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Droidax EzyCharge for Galaxy S III — Review

Another great charging device from Droidax to make your digital life easier Some of you will remember a few months ago I reviewed the Droidax Powerpack for Samsung Galaxy S III which I felt was a great concept, but it...

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...

Google Pixel C — Review

Android tablets have occupied an interesting space in today's technology landscape; somewhere between bargain basement junk that no one is ever actually seen buying, but they definitely buy, and moderately priced tablets that seem to be good at a...

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...

Redbull Mobile in SA — Review

If you're looking for a way to save money on your mobile bill without compromising the service you've got, here's a great option! Redbull Mobile are a new player in the mobile space and have yet to develop a reputation...

HTC Desire 610 — Review

Since launching as their ‘Premiere’ device, the HTC Desire fell on some hard times. HTC resurrected the brand as a low-mid range series of devices, capitalising on the inherrent good will towards the brand name. HTC has been outsourcing...

HP Slatebook X2 — Review

The first Tegra 4 device released in Australia, how does it measure up? HP is a company well known for their Windows laptops, in fact they are consistently rated in the top 3 manufacturers of laptops, but with demand for...

LG G Flex — Review

Is curved and flexible something that should be a 'thing'? LG has been slowly climbing to the top of the Android mobile phone market for a few years, quietly improving their hardware over different models to the point where their...

Acer C7 Chromebook — Review

Welcome to Chrome OS, the new wave in connectivity and working in the Cloud. Ausdroid primarily focuses on Android related news but when the latest range of Google devices, the Chromebook started to emerge -- given the tight integration of...

ZTE Blade S6 — Review

ZTE have begun their push into the mainstream consumer marketplace after being a white label manufacturer of devices for our telcos and it has seen the company slowly become both serious contender and competitor to the big boys not...

Sony Xperia Z1 — Review

Sony's second 2013 flagship phone doesn't disappoint. Earlier this year, we rather enjoyed our time with Sony's Xperia Z. The company's waterproof, dustproof, “lifeproof" device proved popular despite being the underdog in the annual HTC-Samsung duopoly of mega powerful flagship...

LG G4 — Review

LG's G4 is the third major smartphone launch this year, following on the heels of HTC's One (M9) and Samsung's Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge double attack. As with 2013, LG was a little late to the party,...

Red Bull Mobile Australia — Review

We review Red Bull Mobile's prepaid service, and found it a mixed bag. The other week, we received an approach from Red Bull Mobile Australia (RBMA). Their proposal? Check out our service, have a SIM card on us, try it...

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...

Linksys EA8500 — Review

Ausdroid was lucky enough to make the acquaintance of Linksys at the recent Lizzies awards night in Sydney, and we picked up a Linksys EA8500 Router as a prize on the night. Though a prize, we undertook to take...

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