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    REVIEW: Dreame X40 Ultra makes vacuum cleaning look classy

    Today, Dreame are launching their latest robot vacuum into Australia and I've had early access to the new X40 Ultra. The business case for a robot vacuum is quite an easy one, it's a robot that will automate one of the most unrewarding, relentless tasks of cleaning your floors. While there's lots of products on the market that will fulfil the basic task, those...

    REVIEW: Razer Iskur V2, Game or Code in comfort

    Razer has provided a model update to its much loved Razer Iskur V1 chair. With more ways to adjust and dynamic lumbar support, you'll love it.

    REVIEW: Samsung 49″ Odyssey OLED monitor: Curved awesomeness

    The Samsung 49" OLED gaming monitor is amazing, with crisp clear colours, and beautiful design, you'll want to add this to your setup.

    Spellbook for fast-paced fun games

    Spellbook can be learned in just a few minutes, takes seconds to setup, and is a great way to unwind at the end of a long day.

    Quokka Mousepads Review: Custom designed play and mousemats

    Quokka Mousepads is an Australian company creating custom high quality mousepads, deskmats, and playmats for Aussies.

    Two of the best games for your work travels

    Unwind, network, and chill out with card and board games for all the tech-heads out there. These games will have you laughing, strategising, and having fun with all your friends—new and old.

    REVIEW: Sonos Ace Headphones, their first foray into personal, wearable audio

    For the past couple of weeks, I've been enjoying Sonos' highly anticipated, first ever wearable product, the SONOS Ace headphones. Sonos is well established as a the creator of great home audio systems, so the expectations were definitely high when these were announced. Due for release this week (Pre-orders ship June 6th), Sonos is hoping a whole new audience of listeners will fall in...

    REVIEW: Netgear RS700 WiFi 7 Router is ready for the future of multi-gig internet, but you’ll pay for that

    Home internet is evolving fast, powered by dramatically faster internet connections, the limiting factor is often no longer the cable coming into your hour, but rather the router you use to connect your devices to the internet. If you're on the NBN, many Australian homes are connected to fibre-to-the-premesis (FTTP), or at least fibre-to-the-curb, alternatively, you may have a connection coming from something like...

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    REVIEW: Dreame X40 Ultra makes vacuum cleaning look classy

    Today, Dreame are launching their latest robot vacuum into Australia and I've had early access to the new X40 Ultra. The business case for...

    REVIEW: Razer Iskur V2, Game or Code in comfort

    Razer has provided a model update to its much loved Razer Iskur V1 chair. With more ways to adjust and dynamic lumbar support, you'll love it.

    REVIEW: Samsung 49″ Odyssey OLED monitor: Curved awesomeness

    The Samsung 49" OLED gaming monitor is amazing, with crisp clear colours, and beautiful design, you'll want to add this to your setup.
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