Tuesday , September 26 2017

Reviews

Fitbit Alta HR – First Impression Sleep Stages Tracking Data

Fitbit’s new Alta HR fitness band takes sleep tracking to the next level by showing you data about your Sleep stages. Leveraging their PurePulse heart rate technology, Fitbit’s Sleep Stages data goes beyond tracking how many minutes you slept to breakdown the data into light, deep and REM sleep. Once it gathers enough data you’ll be given personalised sleep insights to …

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Bose SoundSport Pulse — Review

Since deciding about 8 years ago that I was sick of being fat and losing around 65kg, I’ve been into fitness, a big part of that journey has been having great earphones. I’ve never been a fan of over-ear headphones when working out as I like to sweat a lot …

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App Review: Free Zinio For Libraries Digital Magazine Access. Thanks Australian Public Libraries!

You could save $100’s of dollars a year by subscribing to digital magazines for free via your Australian local or state public library and reading them on your Android tablet. Many Australian public libraries subscribe to an online service called Zinio For Libraries. Zinio for Libraries enables members of these …

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Sony Xperia XZ — Australian Review

Despite falling short of great market success, Sony keeps trying to bring a commercially successful Android phone to the market. Their latest attempt at the premium tier is the Sony XZ, a 5.2-inch Android 7.0 device sporting all the specs you could really want. The 5.2-inch form factor makes the …

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ZTE Blade V7 Plus — Review

ZTE have been around for three decades in international markets, and while they've done a lot of OEM work in Australia, including white-label phones for Telstra, their brand name isn't especially well known to the Australian consumer. However, like many other Chinese manufacturers, they're attempting to turn that around and …

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Huawei Color Band A1 — Review

It’s been a long time since we saw a new wearable from Huawei. The Talkband B2 was the last real mainstream launch here in Australia (we never got the B3) and since then we’ve seen the Huawei Band and now the Huawei A1 Color Band take the field. Yes, we’re …

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