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Review: EcoFlow Wave 2 portable heating and cooling

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The EcoFlow company was started in 2017 by battery engineers who aimed to make a positive impact on the renewable energy sector. They now offer a wide range of products, from portable power stations to solar panels, solar generators...

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 Review: Possibly the best flip-foldable you can find

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Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip 5 has certainly lived up to its hype, rolling out in the latter half of 2023 as part of their ever-evolving mobile phone lineup. With the Z Flip series standing out as one of the...

Ausdroid Reviews: OPPO Reno 10 5G – when 10 out of 10 design meets...

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OPPO has been continuing to work on cracking the market in Australia and have released a new device, the OPPO Reno 10 5G. It's got dual hybrid/micro-SD (SIM or MicroSD) capability, 67W PD3/SuperVOOC charging (included inbox) and that fantastic 6.7”...

Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 – First Impressions – “It’s going to be worth it”

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The moment I unboxed the Samsung Watch6, it was evident that Samsung was once again pushing the boundaries of wearables. There’s a delicate balance between aesthetic sophistication and technological prowess, and at first glance, this smartwatch seems to strike...

BlueAnt X3i review — Small changes build on a great user experience

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At the end of 2020, BlueAnt released the X3 Portable speaker and our review was that despite the relatively high, cost it's a great option for on the go tunes. Now, with an evolution of the base design, I've...

GoPro Hero 11 Mini review— Mini size with some feature compromises, but still heaps...

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I think I’m one of only a few people I know who’ve managed to destroy a GoPro. Truth be told, I don’t know any electronics that can survive falling off a car on a racetrack, getting clobbered by a...

Nokia XR21 Review — It really is ready for anything!

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There's a considerable percentage of us that have had that moment of horror when you drop a phone. The world slows as you see your device tumble towards the ground, inevitably landing on a corner, smashing the screen and...

Ausdroid reviews: Motorola razr 40 – where design and basic foldables comes together for...

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Foldables are becoming more and more popular, and I'll be honest when I say I am still a bit sceptical of them purely because it's the longevity of the display that concerns me. Don't get me wrong, I like foldables...

A Wyze home security kit that costs less than $500.00

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Another opportunity to check out some hardware came up, and it was aimed at a slightly less technically inclined demographic. Wyze offered their new doorbell, Outdoor Cam V2 (out of interest with a kit - more on this later),...

Lenovo Yoga Book 9i Review — It’s a game changer but isn’t for everyone

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Over the last few years, we've seen plenty of laptops through the Ausdroid test bench. While some of them have been genuinely fantastic hardware offerings, a laptop is a laptop for many users. The Lenovo Yoga Book 9i is...

Review: HyperX Cloud III Wired Gaming Headphones

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Step into the extraordinary realm of gaming audio with HyperX's heralded Cloud Series headset – a symphony of accolades and precision-crafted for the ultimate gaming experience. Behold a harmonious fusion of immersive soundscapes, ergonomic opulence, and boundless compatibility across...

I upgraded to D-Link business-grade hardware and I won’t look back

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After many years of playing with steadily higher and higher quality networking hardware, I'm now running business networking equipment at home, and I'll never go back to consumer-grade. Don't get me wrong, it's got a place in the market,...

Intel NUC 13 Extreme Raptor Lake Review — Wow, what a machine!

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A couple of months ago, I took a look at the Intel NUC Enthusiast 12 unit which was impressive and handled almost everything I threw at it. Following that review, the NUC 13 Extreme Raptor Lake was offered: A...

Review: HyperX Cirro Buds Pro

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Since Apple released AirPods in 2016, true wireless Bluetooth headphones have gradually gained popularity. The original most criticised problem of connection latency has also been significantly improved by the update of the Bluetooth standard. HyperX has never stopped making...

Ausdroid reviews: Motorola Edge 40 – its vivatastic colour meets design

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Motorola has recently launched three new devices here in Australia, two of which were foldable devices. The other being a standard candy bar smartphone, the Motorola Edge 40, which the company stated at the time of the launch was...

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