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Xiaomi MiBand 6 review — Brilliant and on a budget

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The wearable space is continuing to get more competitive, with plenty of options to choose from. The problem that many buyers face is, what to buy because often you get what you pay for so “budget” is generally...

Ring Chime Pro quick review — The optional accessory that is now a necessity

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When you get yourself a video doorbell it’s easy to dismiss the need for notifications inside your home. If for no other reason, then the fact most houses are going to have at least two phones, potentially a...

CarDongle review — Bring a feature rich Android experience to your car without an...

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Today we’re taking a look at something a bit different. The CarDongle USB dongle brings some great features to your car, even if you don’t have a compatible mobile device. It’s a USB plug-in device that interfaces...

Ausdroid Reviews: Moto G30 – A mid-range device done well

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Motorola does have a special place in my heart as back in the 2000's I used to own one of the 3G versions of the popular Razr flip phone.  I have owned and reviewed a fair few Motorola smartphones...

Razer Blackwidow V3 Mini Hyperspeed Review — Simple, well designed and near perfect

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I love a good quality keyboard and over the last 12 months, I’ve had a great opportunity to check out a number of excellent keyboards. None of them has been perfect for my needs though, with features missing...

EPOS Adapt 360 Headset review — Whether it’s for work or listening pleasure you’re...

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It’s really easy to become complacent with hardware these days because much of it is disposable. Personally, I’d rather spend a bit more money and get something that does the job I need it to and more. ...

Reviews: eero 6 Wi-Fi Mesh Network keeping your smart home and Wi-Fi connected

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With our homes becoming smart(er) and also our work from home offices, having a strong Wi-Fi network is pretty important and whilst stock standard normal Wi-Fi units we get through our telco’s can do some of the work they...

HyperX Alloy Origins Core review — A gaming focussed keyboard that won’t easily transition...

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We love our gadgets at Ausdroid and an area of interface with our computers that’s often overlooked is the keyboard. I find myself getting aggravated at the generic “corporate” style keyboards that the likes of Dell ship with...

JBL Quantum 100 Headset review — A solid offering at a low cost

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JBL makes a ton of audio gear and it spans across a huge range of options from portable and desktop speakers, to headphones and more recently into gaming headsets. Now the online gaming world is growing, so is...

Nextbase 522GW Dash Camera — Australian Review

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I vaguely recall the first time I had a dash camera for any real length of time, and it was a long time ago. I've not really used them much since, except for a brief stint with a Garmin...

Review: Powerpal reveals real time electricity use and offers helpful cost reduction tips

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Powerpal is a small Australian invented gadget that reads the flashes on your electricity smart meter and translates these into easy to interpret graphs on a mobile app that show how much grid electricity your home is importing, as...

HyperX Origins 60 Review — A miniature keyboard that’s great for gaming and works...

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The HyperX Origins 60 gets its name from the 60% form factor; no number pad or function keys on this one. But don’t be fooled, the form factor is the only thing that’s 60% on this tiny keyboard....

Arlo Essential Indoor Camera Review — A focus on security while maintaining privacy

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Arlo makes some great equipment for home security, it’s high quality, feature-rich and pretty affordable. So when they reached out to us to take a look at the recently released Arlo Essential Indoor Camera, the answer was a...

Review: Zega Digital intelligent cookware needs more recipes and smartness upgrade

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Zega Intelligent Cookware pitches itself to customers as featuring SmartControl technology which takes care of the cooking for you. Featuring a patented, double wall thermal insulated design and SmartControl technology, the cookware heats in minutes and continues to cook safely...

Nokia 5.4 review — Mid-range done right

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Nokia is an old name in phones, having been in the industry since the early 1980s. One of their current offerings is the Nokia 5.4. It comes in two colours - Polar Night (blue) and Dusk (purple). If a phone...

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