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Razer Ornata V2 Keyboard Review — A gaming excellence and productivity capable device

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If you’re in front of a PC a lot, having a good quality keyboard can make the difference between a good or great daily experience, particularly if you’re spending time for both work and pleasure at the screen. Razer has...

Ausdroid Review – Nokia 2.3 – is budget the new black?

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Nokia or more so the company behind the brand, HMD Global, have become a bit of a hit around the Ausdroid office. There is always something interesting coming from the manufacturer and the guarantee for three years with...

Ausdroid review: Ring Indoor Cam — tiny camera with a large feature set

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Ring is one of the more well known companies in the world of security cameras. They started off with their doorbells and the huge success they had there led to them moving into the dedicated security camera space where...

Ausdroid review – Lenovo Chromebook Duet

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When Chromebooks were first released they offered a basic browsing experience and not much more. In the years that have followed Google has performed a mountain of work on Chrome OS, so much so that you can do close...

Review: $10 Connect SmartHome cool warm changeable white light bulbs

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Australian company Laser has a history of selling value for money consumer electronics exclusively through particular retailers. In this case they recently cut the price of 10W smart white bulbs for screw in E27 or twist in B22 light sockets...

Hands On: Kobo’s Nia e-Reader confronts the base level Kindle with the guts of...

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In Australia we only have two choices of ebook reader manufacturers: Rakuten's Kobo and Amazon's Kindle. Amazon has a few more famous authors you can buy but you can only buy books from Amazon and they don't work with Australian...

Ausdroid hands on review: Google Pixel Buds, circa 2020

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This morning Google finally announced the availability of their latest Pixel Buds to the Australian market. There are a lot of players in the true wireless earbud market so it will be interesting to see how Google's offering...

Sony SRS-XB23 Speaker Review — It delivers crisp, clear sound but it’s not perfect

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Sony is a recognised name across multiple areas of electronics and with a good reputation. That reputation is for quality products that produce excellent sound. The SRS-XB23 is set to continue some of those points but there are a...

D-Link AX1500 Wi-Fi 6 Router — It’s a budget buy that almost nails functionality

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A lot has been said about routers over the years, recently we noted that Wi-Fi 6 is a huge leap forward. While the majority of users aren’t going to see the upside yet, moving forward it has to be...

Sony WH-CH710N Review — Decent noise cancelling headphones don’t have to cost the earth

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The world of headphones is getting more and more crowded, with features galore and budgets as varied. If you’re after the best of the best there are a number of high end options you may wish to check...

Australian Review: realme X3 SuperZoom, a camera-centric mid-range flagship?

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Realme has made a concerted effort in the past 12 months to bring some of its more impressive devices to Australia. With the success they have had overseas it is no surprise that their affordable range of entry and...

Huawei Mate XS — Australian Review

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In case you’ve been asleep for the past year, foldables are here, in fact, they’re going through their second generation. Huawei was there at the beginning of the foldable revolution with their original Mate X. Now, the Chinese firm...

Razer Viper Series review — A mouse for all occasions

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Having used, abused and unfortunately destroyed hardware in my computing and gaming journey over the years, I can honestly attest to the fact that Razer hardware stands the test of time. It’s built well and it’s built to...

Alcatel 3L Review — A ridiculously cheap phone that’s surprisingly good

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The mobile market is full of such a wide range of phones these days. You can spend $3,000 plus on a device if you choose to or hunt around to spend under $300. But what if you really just...

Ausdroid Review: OnePlus 8, still a flagship but you should buy the Pro...

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A few weeks ago we published our review of the OnePlus 8 Pro concluding that it was an amazing phone but was not cheap, especially after jumping through requisite hoops to get it here. As they did last...

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