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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,...

Alcatel OneTouch Pixi 3 (4) — Review

Alcatel OneTouch is back. The company never really left, but their presence in the Australian market was, until April this year, fairly low-key and unheralded by most. They re-launched with a splashy media event in April which caught our...

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...

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...

Review: LG Watch Urbane

LG was there right at the beginning of Android Wear with the LG G Watch. It was a far from stylish watch, with LG instead focusing on its functionality. This was afterall, the company's first attempt at...

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...

ZTE Optus Fit 4G Smart – Review

ZTE has been in the Australian marketplace for a while now, albeit as a white label supplier for the three major telcos to offer their branded phones. But ZTE has been moving towards becoming known in Australia, and has...

Samsung Galaxy S6 / Galaxy S6 Edge — Review

Samsung has lead the Android market with its Galaxy S line of mobile phones for a number of years now, producing one of - if not the - top-selling mobile handsets on the market. The company has achieved mass-market...

Nexus Player — Review

Google has been trying to get a foothold in the loungeroom for years. The ill-fated Google TV saw immediate pushback from content creators, while the Nexus Q never made it to market but still holds a special place in...

HTC One M9 — Review

HTC has been a bit of a fan favourite with both Australian carriers and the buying public. Their phones have consistently been available through mainstream channels for a long time, and for the most part have sold relatively well....

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...

Review: HP Chromebook 14 G3

After hearing about the impending release of the HP Chromebook 14 G3 featuring the Nvidia Tegra K1 processor, and having previously had experience with the series, I have to say I was more than a little eager to try...

Asus Zenwatch — Review

Android wear is still somewhat in its infancy, but with Google quickly iterating on the platform, OEM's such as Asus are jumping on board quite swiftly to offer their own unique design for the platform. Asus has previously worked quite...

Yotaphone 2 — Review

While the original Yotaphone was nothing particularly exciting back in January 2014, it did introduce a new concept for Android mobility -- the inclusion of a second screen. We find second screens in many aspects of life now, with...

Nexus 6 – Review

The Nexus 6 was announced 10 weeks ago by Google and here in Australia it is still a rarity. It is available at JB Hifi and some Good Guys stores if you are lucky. I can tell...

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