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Blueant X1 Bluetooth speaker review — A great package at a low cost

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A couple of weeks ago, we took a look at the BlueAnt X2 portable bluetooth speaker. In theory it’s the bigger brother of the X1 that we’re taking a look at today, but there’s a couple of surprises in...

Ausdroid Review: JBL Live 650BTNC, the affordable noise cancelling headphones

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Active noise cancellation is something that many headphone wearers aspire to having due to the sheer immersion in the music that it isolates. Unfortunately nearly every big brand name in sound put a massive price premium on their noise...

Review: OnePlus 8 Pro, the best phone you can’t buy

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We all got excited way back in 2017 when OnePlus came to our shores and brought with them the OnePlus 5 -- it all seems so long ago. So much water has passed under the bridge since then...

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 — Australian Review

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The Market: Tablets aren’t selling, no one uses them! Samsung: Hold my beer… The Android tablet market is a sad state of affairs at present and has been for some time, with so many entries into the market trying to do...

Moto 360 — Smartwatch Review

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There's little doubt in my mind that smart watches have really exploded this year; we've gone from an environment where there were a couple of watches that paired via Bluetooth and didn't do a great deal beyond vibrating occasionally,...

Mobvoi TicHome Mini — Australian Review: Google Assistant in all the speakers!

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Google Assistant is appearing in everything, or at least it will be if Google has their way. Prior to IFA in September, Google announced Google Assistant would be arriving in third-party speakers and also teased that the Assistant will...

Huawei Watch GT2 Pro Review — A great watch with great tracking options but...

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Smartwatches in the Android space are -- putting it bluntly -- pretty hit and miss. There’s plenty to choose from, with some consistent issues across most of them, particularly in the WearOS space. Huawei has been in...

Samsung Galaxy Tab — Review

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The Samsung Galaxy Tab is a sight for sore eyes amongst the truck-load of cheap & dodgey Android Tablets that haven become available over the recent months. Samsung have worked exceptionally hard to get Android 2.2, along with TouchWiz,...

Telstra Uno (ZTE – T12) — Review

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The Telstra UNO came out of nowhere a couple of months ago, launching without fanfare into Coles stores where we saw it advertised at a price more usually occupied by the 'dumbphone' end of the market. At $44.50 -...

Alcatel A3 XL – Australian Review

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I've been reviewing Android phones since the very first one, HTC Dream in 2009. Back in the early days of Android, budget priced phones had a lot of compromises and pretty poor performance so if you didn't have much...

Samsung Galaxy K Zoom — Review

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Let’s just get this out of the way now. Touchwiz; you either love it or hate it. My first Android smartphone was the original Samsung Galaxy S I9000 “iPhone killer”. I didn’t mind TouchWiz back then as I had nothing...

LG Optimus L9 — Review

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The Biggest, Shiniest L-Series Phone Yet. The L-Series was first introduced at Mobile World Congress last year where LG showed off the Optimus L3, L5 and L7. Fast forward to August last year when LG announced that the L9 would...

Ring Floodlight Cam — Australian Review

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I’m on a train halfway between Queanbeyan and Sydney on a Tuesday night as I write this. The alert on my phone tells me there’s movement in the backyard and I tune in just in time to watch the...

Alcatel Essential 8-inch tablet for Telstra – Australian Review

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Alcatel's newest Android Go-powered tablet is a Telstra exclusive 8-inch tablet for just $129. Unusually for a tablet, and certainly for a cheap one, the Telstra Essential 8" (its proper name) includes built-in 4G, and when bought from Telstra,...

Blueant X2 Bluetooth speaker review — Big bang for your buck

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Bluetooth speakers are a dime a dozen these days, hundreds of options at various price points. Even now there are huge discrepancies in the dollars you can spend and what you get for your dollars. The dollar range is...

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