Wednesday , September 20 2017

Reviews

Klipsch R6i earphones — Review

Some manufacturers have shown “courage” in recent times and begun to remove the headphone jack from their devices. Others have seen sense and realised that there’s a lot of users out there (like me) who’ve dropped a lot of cash on a really good set of wired headphones so the …

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Moto G5 Plus — Australian Review

For years now Motorola has led the mid-range with their G range of Android Phones, offering a great value for money and substantially better specs every year. Combine that with widespread Australian retail availability and it’s not hard to see why the Moto G range is their best selling line …

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LG G6 — Australian Review

There are two big dogs so far this year when it comes to flagships -- the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the LG G6 (with an honourable and very notable mention to the Huawei P10). With Samsung battling brand reliability issues post-Note 7 fiasco, this is LG's big chance to make …

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HTC U Ultra — Australian Review

It’s April 2017, and rather than reviewing a HTC One M (something as I’ve done for the last few years), I’ve been handed a phone from HTC's new U series, the HTC U Ultra. HTC is pushing the Ultra as the preferred handset, which is natural given that it’s got …

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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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