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Oppo R819 Dual-SIM Smartphone — Review

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Oppo's Dual Sim followup to the Find 5 Oppo attracted the eye of media and consumers alike with their Find 5 earlier this year, a device that was - and still is - seen as a worthy flagship device in...

Ausdroid Review: Meet Alfred, the Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo 950 robot vacuum that really...

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I've always been very sceptical about these robot vacuums, after all how much can a small disc-shaped thing suck up and how powerful can it suck. Plus it doesn't look like any vacuuming robot I've ever seen. Deebot has been...

Kogan Mobile — Review

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Late last year, Kogan entered the Australian telecommunications business as a Mobile Virtual Network Operator, offering a number of attractive plans that promised to deliver services to Australian consumers at a rate befitting the company's name. Could Australia's disruptive...

Fitbit Ace 3 review — A great way to introduce your kids to activity...

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There are a lot of devices on the market ranging from simple step tracking devices to top-end GPS fitness tracking and hugely expensive smartwatches. Now as the merger with Google nears completion, we’re starting to see deeper integration...

Last Hope: Zombie Sniper – Game review

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It's easy to get caught up in the productivity focus of mobile devices, forgetting that they are also devices that can be used for recreation; not just a communication and productivity tool.  I was recently told of a great...

Motorola RAZR M — Jelly Bean Update — OS Review

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From the moment I finished watching the Livestream of the RAZR M launch I knew I wanted to get my hands on this phone. I loved the idea of a smaller, more manageable size phone with a display that...

Ring Doorbell Wired mini review — Same great results without the need for charging

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Ring has continued to stay at the forefront of the video doorbell market, as well as continually adding other security devices. The most consistent issue that comes forward when discussing the options with potential buyers can be the...

Samsung Gear Fit – Smartwatch Review

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Samsung has managed to put a smartwatch on my wrist, and I don’t mind it - at least, I don’t mind the feel of it. Unfortunately, while there’s some appealing qualities to the Gear Fit, there’s also a few...

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 — Review

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So good that I bought one for myself The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 really proves the statement that good things come in small packages, with some significant advantages over the Galaxy Tab 10.1, Galaxy Tab 8.9 and many other tablets...

Ausdroid Reviews: OPPO Enco Air buds

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The rise of wireless earbuds has exploded, especially more so over 2020 during the pandemic which at the time of writing this, is well causing a lot of pain and frustration in Sydney and its because of these, alongside...

Review: Generic HTC Desire ROM on Telstra Desire

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So you own a HTC Desire from Telstra and you want to remove those, dare I say, stupid BigPond applications? Well I have the answer for the Android/Tech savvy, Root your Desire! Now, let's keep that in context. "Rooting"...

Ausdroid Reviews: Samsung Galaxy A54 5G – When The A team Flagship looks meets...

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Samsung began ramping up the mid-range series with its latest A series devices launching in Australia. The Galaxy A54 5G is part of this latest series, and the company at the time stated that this A54 5G was the...

Accessory Review: Aranez case for Samsung Galaxy SIII

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There's no shortage of cheap cases for any of the big release phones each year, but there is distinctly short supply of quality cases for phones particularly if you're after something with style and a hint of class about...

Nexus 6 – Review

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The Nexus 6 was announced 10 weeks ago by Google and here in Australia it is still a rarity. It is available at JB Hifi and some Good Guys stores if you are lucky. I can tell...

Arlo Pro 5 Review — Updated specs, a familiar look and great experience

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Arlo is clearly one of the bigger names in the DIY security game, and that's a reputation well earned. Offering continual upgrades on hardware across years, keeping up with trends and expectations of users while also pushing the boundaries...

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