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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...

Review: Asus Mini PC PN50, a tiny PC with a decent kick

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I’ve been using a NUC as my PC for the past 12 months and have been very impressed with it. Although the Intel Hades Canyon I am using is high end specs the level of computing it delivers...

Huawei Matebook 14 Review — A solid investment but a touch too expensive…

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Back in June, we were lucky enough to take a look at the Matebook X Pro, which is the top of the line Windows laptop offering from Huawei. Sadly, the reality is that it’s very difficult to justify the...

Review: Google Pixel 5, a return to the Nexus days?

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It seems like just yesterday that Google released the Pixel 4a, and it kind of was, such is the time warp of 2020. This year Google had their Made By Google event at around the same time of...

Pixel 4a 5G Review: Google’s mid tier compared

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Google has taken a slightly different approach to its Pixel phone hardware this year, rather than the traditional Pixel line in standard and XL sizes, and a Pixel "a" line in standard and XL they have released three variants. ...

Review: Vissles-M Portable Touchscreen Monitor

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This year much of the workforce has been working from home and this looks to continue for many going forwards. One of the challenges those doing so will face is setting up their home workstation just as they...

Reolink Argus 3 Review — A battery driven, spotlight security camera that’s really functional...

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Setting up your own security cameras can be something of a minefield. The options are seemingly endless, with a variety of features and costs that seem ridiculously cheap through to the ludicrous. While Reolink falls more towards...

Weekend Warrior: Razer Deathadder V2 Pro is a new peak for wireless mice

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In the past, I’ve used plenty of Razer equipment and had a really good experience. In recent times we’ve been fortunate enough to review some of the Razer offerings and have witnessed just how broad the functionality and...

Google Nest Audio Review — Consolidating the look with a massive sound upgrade

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We got our first official look at the latest batch of gear from Google last week in a very short overnight event. We’ve seen new Pixel phones, a new Chromecast, the rebranding of Android TV to Google TV...

Australian Review: Motorola G9 Play – Budget at a price

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Motorola's latest device in a series of releases this year is aimed squarely at the budget market. The Moto G9 Play offers good value at a low price, which is always a solid combination. What is it? Being a high value...

Yubikey 5C NFC quick review — Hardware authentication has caught up to current standards

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For at least two years now, discerning buyers have been migrating their hardware over to USB C for anything and everything possible. For around 12 months, a not insignificant number of buyers simply won’t buy hardware unless it’s USB...

Review: DEEBOT OZMO T8 AIVI robot vacuum, aka Alfred 2

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Late last year we tested out the Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo 950 robot vacuum and were surprised and impressed with how well it worked, handled and behaved. This year Deebot introduced an even smarter vacuum, one with a camera...

GoPro Hero 9 Black review — an action camera evolution now including Vlogging

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Yes, you read that right… The rumours are true and GoPro has gone Vlogging. On the surface, it may seem a big step away from their core business but it honestly makes a lot of sense. The...

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