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Thursday, August 13, 2020

Sony Xperia Go — Review

The Sony Xperia Go is the active, tough and "rugged" member of the Xperia family. It features similar styling and features to Sony's other Xperia devices, but has the added benefit of being dust- and water-resistant. For people who...

Motorola RAZR M — Review

Motorola delivers a solid 4G LTE phone with a 4.3 inch edge-to-edge screen. Motorola’s second release this month, the RAZR M is a 4.3 inch 4G LTE device. In many ways, it’s the RAZR HD’s little brother,...

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...

Samsung Galaxy Note II — Review

Is it just a bigger version of the Galaxy SIII? So many people are confused right now with a seemingly never ending choice of phones on the market. I understand. In fact, we at Ausdroid go...

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...

Galaxy Mini 2 — Review

When Vodafone won the Nexus S Jelly Bean Challenge it was a great day for Vodafone, it meant that Nexus S owners got their Jelly Bean upgrade within 2 weeks of the factory image being available on the Google Dev homepage, it also meant that Vodafone were free and clear of supplying a Galaxy Mini 2 to us to review and give away.

IM+ Pro — Review

Looking for an all in one instant messaging app? Look no further. I had looked around for quite some time for a really nice, easy to use all in one instant messaging program. There were plenty that came close...

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...

Huawei Honor — Review

Huawei shows off Ice Cream Sandwich on a budget Huawei first started releasing quite low end Android phones in Australia and have recently started to build progressively better and higher spec'd models until we now have the...

Asus Transformer Pad Infinity — Review

FullHD Resolution screen with a full price Asus's latest offering in the Tablet market is the Asus Transformer Infinity. One of the first things you notice about the Infinity when you take it out of the box...

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...

LG Optimus L7 — Review

LG Style with an Ice Cream Sandwich skin The LG Optimus L7 is the current top of the line in their L-Series of phones a series which aims to look good as well as delivering good performance....

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...

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 – Review

Multi-tasking genius? Or just another Android Tablet? Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1 is a device that has been eagerly awaited and surrounded by much speculation as to just what it was going to be able to do. Being targeted as a...

Parrot Minikit+ — Review

I've been toying with the idea of Bluetooth enabled hands-free kits for a while. I have a Jawbone Bluetooth Headset, I used it briefly and found I didn't like it due to various reasons - Looks, continual charging, looks. But I don't like the idea of using a mobile phone whilst driving and often do need to receive or need to make calls whilst driving and wanted to investigate what was out there which would enable me to do so within the confines of the law, to that end I'm going to check out the Parrot Minikit+ Hands Free Car kit.

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