11 C
Sunday, July 12, 2020

Kobo Arc — Review

Can the Kobo Arc compete with the Nexus 7? The Nexus 7 has been the dominant 7 inch Android tablet in Australia ever since it launched and other companies are now playing catch up. So what made...

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...

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...

Motorola RAZR M — Jelly Bean Update — OS Review

From the moment I finished watching the Livestream of the RAZR M launch I knew I wanted to get my hands on this phone. I loved the idea of a smaller, more manageable size phone with a display that...

LG Optimus L9 — Review

The Biggest, Shiniest L-Series Phone Yet. The L-Series was first introduced at Mobile World Congress last year where LG showed off the Optimus L3, L5 and L7. Fast forward to August last year when LG announced that...

Sony Xperia Z — Review

Did Sony bring back the wow, or miss the mark? Ausdroid finds out. Sony Mobile's John Featherstone told an audience of Sydney journalists last week that Sony would 'bring the wow back' with the Xperia Z, after...

Nexus 10 — Review

The Nexus program ventures into 10" Territory Traditionally the 10" Android tablet market has been a pretty disappointing affair. The big name tablets like the Galaxy Tab and the Asus Transformer series have both sold in numbers...

Huawei Ascend D1 Quad — Review

Huawei steps into the world of quad-core devices, but can it find mainstream success? You could be forgiven for not really knowing much about Chinese company Huawei (It’s pronounced ‘wah-way’, in case you were wondering). They are...

HTC Butterfly (X920e) — Review

The best display on the market, at the cost of battery life I've always had a soft spot for HTC ever since I laid my eyes on the HTC Dream / T-Mobile G1 way back in the day. They sparked...

HTC One SV — Review

How does HTC's latest instalment in the One line stack up? My love of Android phones has come and gone, and come again. My earliest Android handset was an HTC Magic (the G1 didn't really count) and...

Asus Padfone — Review

Awesome idea, but suffers from a few quirks that could be show-stoppers. Asus are no stranger to innovation; the Transformer line of Android tablets were pretty much the only unique and interesting thing happening in Android tablets...

Panasonic FZ-A1 Toughpad — Review

Panasonic's first Android tablet! It's rugged but is it worth it? Some of you may have heard about Panasonic's Toughbook Laptops, a range of practically bullet-proof machines. Well, Panasonic have recently released a fairly rugged Android tablet called the "Toughpad";...

Samsung Chromebook (2012) — Review

Samsung's newest Chromebook is based on the ARM architecture. Can it replace a netbook or a tablet? The Chromebook is an enigma. A laptop that is confusing to some and a Godsend to others. Most people have used a laptop...

Telstra Smart Touch 2 — Review

Can excellence be had in a sub-$100 Smart Phone? Telstras first attempt at a sub-$100 Android handset was the original Smart Touch, a phone manufactured by ZTE which from all accounts was a pretty basic affair offering...

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...

Social Networks