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Saturday, October 24, 2020

Brinno BCC2000 Time lapse (construction) Camera unboxing and early hands on

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For every problem there is a solution, this is an adage many of you would be aware of, and it's a driving principle behind technical innovation: the quest to find a digital solution to our real-world problems. This has...

Samsung Galaxy Note Ultra 5G Review — the software experience

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Samsung is the big name in the Android market, so much so that many people will ask what Samsung people have versus what Android. The hard work was done in the early days, now they clearly dominate the...

Google Pixel 4a — Complete Review

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What do you truly need in a modern smartphone in 2020? What are the essential features, components and designs that define good enough? The Pixel 4a sets out to answer that question and perhaps offer a glimpse into...

Ausdroid Review: LG Velvet 5G has style but does it have substance?

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The Velvet is LG's new 5G high mid range phone which they hope will be attractive for young social media sharers and creators who value what a phone looks like more than raw performance. It's a change in...

Acer ConceptD Review — Almost no compromises on hardware designed for creators

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We got our first look at the Acer Concept D hardware during Computex last year. The design of the laptops is about power and portability -- for a given sense of the word -- versus mobility and the monitors...

Huawei P40 Pro+ — Australian Hands on

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Huawei released their latest ultra premium mobile in Australia this week and we have had the opportunity to spend a few weeks with it prior to launch. As with all of Huawei's recent devices, it was hallmarked by exceptional...

Razer Huntsman Mini — Hands on with a small form factor keyboard

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When it comes to our electronic lives, it’s easy to look at the flashy devices we have interfacing with but forget the things that just work. That’s where items like mice and keyboards are often overlooked. Razer...

Arlo Essential Spotlight Camera review — A wire camera that delivers a spotlight on...

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There are so many options in DIY and wire-free home security. There are so many brands around, individual cameras and kits with broad-reaching functionality that can meet and surpass the needs of users. We’ve had a look...

Australian Review: Dual SIM TCL 10 Pro (T799H) is a strong midranger that faces...

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For many years TCL's Alcatel brand has been king of the budget and burner phone market. Now TCL has unveiled the 10 Pro their first entry into the competitive upper mid-range phone market. I've been testing the 10 Pro for...

Ausdroid Reviews: Moto G8 Power Lite – Power through the day

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Motorola, which is now part of the Lenovo family, launched the Moto G8 Power Lite a couple of months ago. Based on some of the specs at launch, it could be a worthy device of consideration with the inclusion...

Motorola Edge Review – A decent phone with some tough competition

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The Motorola Edge is the latest phone from the company, and ticks most of the boxes you’d expect from a modern flagship - except the price tag. Overseas, Motorola has released two sister devices for the Edge - there’s the...

Alpaka Alpha Sling XL Review — A grab and go bag for techies on...

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We’re in a connected world with a continual focus on features of our electronics, but what about carrying and protecting them? We’ve previously looked at a number of larger options for daily carry, but for users who just want...

Australian Review: Samsung A71 4G is a solid affordable mid range phone

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Samsung's A series phones are very popular in the budget to mid range market. The A71 4G is a great example of why. If you've got $699 to spend and need a good phone it's a no risk solid...

Weekend Warrior: A mini review of Razer’s Gigantic new mouse mat

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Sometimes something unusual gets offered to us on review and a couple of weeks ago that happened. I never thought in my time at Ausdroid I’d review a mouse mat, yet here we are… Over time like the associated...

Australian Review: Amazon Eero mesh wi-fi 3 pack

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A few weeks ago Amazon launched their eero brand mesh Wi-Fi systems in Australia. eero is a mesh Wi-Fi system that replaces your existing Wi-Fi router and aims to extend Wi-Fi coverage seamlessly throughout your home, with setup taking...

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