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Weekend Warrior: Razer Kaira Pro Review – solid addition to your mobile or console...

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Razer has a lot of hardware that’s focused on the gaming market; mice, keyboards, controllers, general accessories and headsets. It's the latter where the Kaira Pro appears and if you're a gamer that uses multiple platforms, it's worth taking...

Samsung Galaxy S21 Review — Everything you need in a phone that actually fits...

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Phones are so much more than just a phone these days; if you let them, they're the centrepiece of our modern lives. It stands to reason, then, that when you run your life from a device that you want...

Ausdroid Reviews – ASUS ZenBook Duo UX482 – When 2 screens are better than...

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ASUS has been playing with the possibility of a dual screen laptop for a while now, with the first one announced back in May 2019. The concept worked, showing where laptops could be heading in the future. With COVID-19 pushing...

Xiaomi Smart Speaker Review — A decent Assistant speaker with a few quirks

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It seems most companies are offering a smart speaker these days, and recently Xiaomi launched its own smart speaker. It’s their first real entry into the Australian market with a device of this sort. The Xiaomi Mi Smart Speaker is...

Review: Aspera R9 is a budget rugged phone suitable for apprentice tradies

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Aspera Mobile's new rugged "R9" 4G smartphone has a tough chunky exterior to cushion it from knocks and drops and the highest IP rating IP69 which should protect it from being blasted by a high pressure hot steam jet...

OT: SecretLab Titan — More than just an office chair, it’s a hugely comfortable...

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I never expected, when I started writing for Ausdroid nearly 10 years ago that I’d sit down one day and even think about reviewing a chair, but here I am. It’s a Sunday morning here in Adelaide, already 33c...
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Opinion: 5 reasons why I bought Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite rather than Apple...

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Full screen Bluey is just one reason why Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is better than Apple iPad 8th gen. Why I bought the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite instead of iPad 8 I strongly considered the 8th generation iPad but...

Arlo Video Door Bell Review

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With the burst in smart technology, one popular category to emerge is the Smart Video Doorbell. Like many smart devices, a smart doorbell takes the original device and improves it in several ways. We've been reviewing the Arlo Wired Video...

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G — Australian Review

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The days of needing to buy the most expensive phone to get a good quality device are just plain over. While OEMs ensure that their premium and ultra-premium devices always have something extra inside, if you’re looking for a...

CAT S42 Review – Ruggedised shell meets smart android

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CAT, which is normally best known for the heavy earthmoving machinery work on various construction sites fo for housing and some high rise developments alongside various mines around the country, have for the last few years been slowly dabbing...

imoo Watch Phone Z6 — Australian Review

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Growing up in the 1980s, the closest I could conceptualise to the smart watch of 2021 was from watching Dick Tracy, the crime-fighting comic detective with an incredible watch he could talk to. Fast forward almost 40 years, and we...

Review: ECOVACS DEEBOT U2 PRO, a robot vacuum for the pet household?

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A few months ago I reviewed the ECOVACS DEEBOT OZMO T8 AIVI robot vacuum and I loved it. It had so many functions that to be honest I did not use but there were some great features which...

D-Link DIR-2150 Review — Affordable, powerful and simple connectivity

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In an ever-increasingly connected world, there are higher needs and expectations on our core hardware. But there are also users who don’t have extreme needs for 30+ connected devices. So, believe it or not, not everyone needs a high-end...

Razer Wolverine V2 Review — Next level gaming for your Xbox or PC

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Gaming is an amazing way to pass the time; it’s an escape to another place whether it’s becoming an international sporting superstar, strategising your way to victory in an epic battle or becoming the hero in a first-person shooter....

Review: ECPin, not just another connected meat thermometer

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As a teenager I always wondered why my Dad burnt the BBQ meat all the time. As a father now I understand his pain all too well. You want to make sure it is cooked but then...

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