• Review: Bayonetta 2 on Nintendo Switch

    Bayonetta 2 is now available on the Nintendo Switch, as part of a mega week of releases on the platform, that seen as many as 16 new titles. Now its time for the review. The game first arrived way back in 2010 on the Wii and thanks to the...
  • Review: The new Crucial 1TB MX500 SSD

    By now we all understand the benefits of SSD and want them in every device we own. Thankfully in 2018, the size limitations are fading fast with 1 and even 2TB SSD sizes readily available. The speeds and reliability of SSDs easily outperforming spinning drives, with the last remaining...
  • Review: BenQ’s affordable 4K projector, the W1700

    4K projectors are still surprisingly rare, even in 2018, but BenQ now has one that’s viable for home budgets. Projectors now have more competition than ever with TVs rapidly growing in size and falling in cost. Despite that, if you want a really big image, then a projector is...
  • Review: Microsoft Surface Book 2 offers performance and battery life

    Microsoft’s hardware division is continuing to iterate their way to a perfect form factor. The lineup now includes the Surface Pro, Surface Hub, Surface Studio, Surface Laptop and of course this, the Surface Book. In its second iteration, the Surface Book 2 addresses many of the feedback from the...
  • Review: AO Tennis on Xbox One X

    Right now the Australian Open is on in Melbourne where the best of the best compete in 1 of the famous 4 major tournaments. Naturally, any sport with a large following is ripe for a video game version to connect fans with the sport all year round. Developers Big...
  • Review: Acer Spin 5 convertible with 8th gen Core i7

    For the past few weeks, my primary laptop has been the Acer Spin 5, another convertible with big ambitions to service your computing lifestyle, regardless of the need or location. While many people choose a new laptop out of inertia, I think its time we stopped and seriously considered...
  • Review: iRobot Roomba 980, features smarts worthy of flagship robot title

    Robot vacuum cleaners come with a lot of promise, the opportunity to essentially elimination one of the most mundane chores from your life. While the category now features many competitors, the market leader remains iRobot. While I’ve used (and owned) Roombas in the past, I was keen to try...
  • Review: Nanoleaf Aurora light panels

    Smart lighting is a major part of the IoT landscape and while there’s established players like Philips Hue, we need and thankfully have some smaller companies that have new designs that offer a different take on things. Nanoleaf light panels are unlike most smart lighting that is designed to...
  • Review: TechSmith Snagit 2018

    TechSmith’s SnagIt 2018 is a product designed for those capturing images and video of software, perfect for creating training material. The company’s software is used by some of the biggest brand on the planet, so what makes it so appealing? Well without attention spans collectively decreasing, and everyone so...
  • Review: Deliver-eze Brighton adds parcel deliveries to your mailbox

    When my wife and I were nearing the end of our new home build, we had an important decision to make. What mailbox should we have? There’s so many options available and they span a wild range of price points. For me, I cared about two key elements, the...
  • Review: Ashes Cricket, Enhanced for Xbox One X

    Summer is coming and that means our TV screens are about to be filled with cricket. This year, we have a new official cricket title, Ashes Cricket, made by Australian-developer Big Ant Studios, which is the easily the most realistic cricket game ever made. Over the past week, I’ve...
  • Review: Huawei Mate 10

    For the past few weeks, my primary phone has been the Huawei Mate 10. The company’s last model was the Mate 9, which amazing only came out in February this year, which speaks to how aggressive the manufacturers are about shipping new product based on the latest available hardware....
  • Review: Call of Duty: WWII in 4K is like playing a movie

    Call of Duty has always been a staple in first person shooters since 2003. The title is now strong with multiple editions of sub-franches like Modern Warefare, Black Ops but the crowning achievement and backbone has always been titles based on World War II. The latest, Call of Duty:...
  • Review: Vertagear SL5000 racing chair

    The market for racing chairs is being flooded by different manufacturers and options which creates confusion, so we’ve spent time with the Vertagear SL5000 to put it to the test as your next gaming chair. The racing-style gaming chair promotes comfort and ergonomic support for extended periods of time, exactly...
  • Review: Sphero Mini, the programmable robot

    As we roll up to Christmas, you’ll be looking for presents for your technology loving kids, teenagers or even pets. Well this may just be the present you need. The Sphero Mini is the latest in a long line of smartphone connected gadgets, but this is one of the...
  • Review: Super Mario Odyssey is exactly the game the Switch needed

    Let me start by saying one of my first gaming experiences ever, was Super Mario Bros on the original Nintendo some 30+ years ago. In 2017 we have the latest in a long line of Mario games with Super Mario Odyssey and exclusively on the Nintendo Switch its a...
  • Review: 13″ Dell Inspiron 7000 2-in-1 Laptop

      When you set out on the path to buy a new laptop, you have plenty of decisions to make. Key in those decisions are your list of priorities, performance, portability, design, features and of course price. Its ultimately how well a device stacks up against your priority list...
  • Review: Xbox One X is stunning visually and economically, 4K HDR console gaming now a reality

    The most powerful console ever created is sitting in my living room. Its the Xbox One X and its a serious performer. Be in no doubt, Microsoft’s claims of its ability to deliver smooth gaming in amazing quality isn’t a pipe dream or a sales pitch, its a reality....
  • Review: WRC7 is physics success

    Rallying has come a long way over the decades and with ever changing regulations, cars and technology, each year we’re greeted by a new version of the digital version of the FIA World Rally Championship and this year WRC7 has arrived. In the later half of 2017, we’ve been completely...
  • Review: Bose SoundLink Micro Bluetooth Speaker

    Portable Bluetooth-enabled speakers are a dime a dozen, so you’ve got to do something pretty special to stand out from the crowd. The Bose Sound link sets itself apart from the competition by delivering great sound quality in a small, package. Bose is a brand synonymous with sound quality...

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