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Thursday, December 3, 2020

Xiaomi Black Shark 3 Pro Review — A monster of a phone with beastly...

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Man, this thing is a monster of a phone! So much so that when it arrived I was quite hesitant to transfer my SIM over to it. But when I started to actually use the Xiaomi Blackshark...

Blueant X5 portable speaker review — It brings some serious beats and new tricks...

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The evolution of portable Bluetooth speakers continues and the X5 from Blueant is an interesting one. The obvious comment first; this isn’t for everyone for a number of reasons but primarily the physical size of it. It’s...

Vivo Y20s – Beauty on a budget

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For those of you who have never heard of them (as I had not), Vivo is a phone manufacturer based in China with production facilities in India, Indonesia and the US. In terms of retail, they are well established...

Review: Bose QuietComfort Earbuds, noise cancelling in an earbud like never before

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A couple of years ago we tested out Bose's first attempt at true wireless earbuds and were left fair under-whelmed with their size and lack of performance. To say we expected more from such a big name in...

Review: OnePlus 8T — their mid-range just got even better

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Earlier this year we reviewed the OnePlus 8 and found that while it was a good phone it didn't lack the star power to not just justify its price but also to justify not paying the extra couple of...

A couple of weeks with Google’s Chromecast with Google TV — the best and...

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For the last couple of weeks - in what little time I get  between work and sleep - I've had a Google Chromecast with Google TV hooked up to our living room television and I've let the family have...

Review: OPPO Watch, not just another clone

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OPPO announced their first smartwatch earlier this year, with the Wear OS version arriving not long after. Unfortunately, it took a few months to land here in Australia but now that it is here we are seeing not just...

Motorola Moto G 5G Plus Review – The cheapest 5G phone on the market

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Motorola's latest phone is one of the most affordable ways to get a device with 5G connectivity. Midrange devices often sacrifice something to get to their price point though - so what has the Moto G 5G Plus given...

Review: realme 7 Pro – a mid-range flagship that punches above its weight

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realme, a company that is a sub-brand of OPPO and was spun off to its own sub brand under OPPO’s parent company, BBK Electronics, launched in Australia just last year. The company has gone from strength to strength, with...

Australian Review: Huawei Watch Fit is a great competitor to Fitbit Charge 4

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Huawei's new Watch Fit features a rounded rectangular face with a large 1.64 AMOLED display. The Watch Fit encourages users to get into new forms of exercise through a variety of animated fitness courses, workout modes and health tracking...

Australian Review: Fitbit Sense is basically Versa 3 plus ECG and Stress Sensor

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The Fitbit Sense is their new top model. It's a new premium product line bumping Versa down into the mid range of Fitbit devices. The Sense features the world’s first electrodermal activity (EDA) sensor on a smartwatch to help...

Home review: Optus 5G home broadband is a speed demon*

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It's been only a few days since I started using the Nokia 5G Home Broadband modem from Optus but I am already impressed with the Optus 5G speed, low pings (13-19ms) and low latency. Setup is super easy and the...

Blueant X3 portable speaker review — It a big, badass portable speaker with huge...

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Last year we took a look at the Blueant X1 and X2 speakers, finding them both to offer decent sound and great value for money. This year, they’ve released the X3 with a couple of great features as...

Reviewed: Telstra NETGEAR Orbi 4GX Mesh Router with Satellite

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The NETGEAR Orbi 4GX Mesh Router with Satellite (model LBK1220) is a dual band AC1200 Wi-Fi system that uses a Telstra 3G/4G mobile data SIM to provide you with Internet access, instead of via a cabled NBN connection. You...

Australian Review: Western Digital My Passport SSD 2020

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It used to be the case that if you wanted to take a lot of files with you between two locations, you used a USB stick. These days though the sheer number and quantity of files people need to transport...

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