• Review: Swann Solar Panel for Smart Security Camera

    Swann's been making security cameras for a while now and which they typically run on batteries. While they last for a few months and are are easily removed from their magnetic base for charging, Swann has a added found a better solution to charging their IoT cameras. The Swann...
  • Review: BenQ W11000H 4K Projector

    When you're selecting a projector for your home theatre, often we're restricted by budget. But what if you're not? What would be the ultimate projector to have in your small screen cinema at home? Introducing the BenQ W11000H, a massive 4K projector that's packed with features and ready to...
  • Review: Mobvoi TicWatch Pro, WearOS with great battery life

    Mobvoi is a brand you may not have heard before, but they're a company that is investing heavily in AI and has the backing of Google and Volkswagen. As Artificial Intelligence spreads throughout more aspects of our lives, its not surprising that has now reached our smartwatches. TicWatch Pro...
  • Review: Victa Ultimate mower with battery-powered push-button start

    The Victa Ultimate Commando (VCBD484) is a premium lawn mower that offers relief from one of the biggest pain points of mower. Thanks to Briggs & Stratton technology, the battery-powered, push-button start means that gone is the rip cord, instead replaced by a clean and modern start procedure of...
  • Review: Gogogate 2 Ultimate Garage Kit

    We've all probably driven away from our house, only to turn around and check if we'd left the garage door open. Imagine if you could leverage IoT to check your garage door from anywhere, well that's exactly what the Gogogate 2 Ultimate Garage Kit offers. In an era where...
  • Review: Taotronics LED desk lamp to protect your eyes

    TaoTronics is a company many of you haven't heard of, but like many companies, they're leveraging Amazon's entry into the Australian market to sell their products to Aussies. The company also makes headphones, Bluetooth speakers and transmitters. Given we're hard working, technology minded individuals that spend far too long...
  • Review: Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute+

    Dyson is a company well known for their vacuum cleaners, hair and hand dryers, fans, heaters, lighting and more. Dyson is a company that leverages serious investments in research and development to create technology to power their products. Over the years they've iterated their way to improve their vacuums...
  • Review: Audeara A-01 headphones that personalise audio, specifically for you

    Audeara A-01 headphones are not your standard headphones, first off, they're Australian designed which is awesome, but its the user-specific customisation that's the stand out feature. These Bluetooth 4.2 headphones started their life as a Kickstarter campaign and after smashing their A$100,000 goal and reaching a massive A$466,305 from...
  • Review: Sonos Beam, the more affordable, smarter soundbar

    Sonos continues to expand its product portfolio and with the Sonos Beam, its the second product from them with a built-in voice assistant, clearly building on the success of the Sonos One. This is the third product from SONOS designed to sit under your TV. First the Playbar, then the Playbase...
  • Review: Alienware Area-51 Gaming PC

    Dell's gaming brand Alienware have a wide and varied lineup, but perhaps no more serious gaming offering than the mega Area-51. The AW517D3AU model we reviewed is a large, unique design with performance to meet your needs today and loads of space for expansion into the future. After spending...
  • Review: OnRush, a chaotic racer where winning isn’t everything

    Racing games revolve around one core theme – win the race. That is until OnRush where the objective of each race has nothing to do with your finishing position. As someone who’s had this programmed into them for nearly 3 decades it takes  a bit to get your head...
  • Review: TechSmith Camtasia 2018 continues to lead the industry

    TechSmith’s latest screen recording utility Camtasia is back for another year with the 2018 edition adding some very nice new features. Whether you’re capturing the screen to creating training material at work, or capturing how-to videos for your YouTube channel, you want the best tool for the job. While there’s...
  • Review: BenQ’s TK800 4K HDR projector for your home

    BenQ continue to expand their lineup of projectors and their latest one for the home is the TK800. It features 4K image quality, with a HDR support, a compact design and bold face, along with improved colour and brightness over previous models. When you're choosing the right display technology...
  • Review: 2018 Tesla Model X P100D

    Tesla's Model X is the company's first SUV and like their other vehicles is fully electric. Tesla's mass-market vehicle, the Model 3 relies heavily on the profits, research and development from their existing vehicles, which means Model X owners are helping fund the future. While the car's first prototype was...
  • Review: Sony SRS-XB41 Extra Bass portable bluetooth speaker with NFC

    Portable speakers come in a wonderful array of sizes, shapes and colours, while also wide variance of audio quality. Sony’s latest portable bluetooth speaker is the SRS-XB41 which offers performance, simple connectivity and resilience in harsh environments. Design & Sound The largest of the 3 speaker’s in Sony’s new...
  • Review: 2018 Honda CRV VTi-Lx AWD

    The time has come to buy an SUV. With Australia’s diverse landscape of nameplates to choose from (the 39 manufacturers and 112 models), deciding on the right car for you is a serious challenge. For the past week, I’ve been reviewing Honda’s CR-V the big brother to their smaller...
  • Review: PaperAir 215L, the portable scanner that simplifies paper to digital conversions

    While we’d all like to imagine we live paperless lives, the reality, even in 2018, it is far from the truth. A new product called PaperAir by Avision (model 215L) is a portable scanner that’s both fast and smart to make the task of digitising your documents a breeze....
  • Review: Alienware 34″ Curved Gaming Monitor with G-sync

    If you’re in the market for a new monitor right now, there’s a lot to consider. Choosing the right size is on of the most obvious, but if you have a monitor die, its likely you don’t want to replace like for like, displays have come a long way...
  • Review: Sony LF-S50G, the 360 degree speaker with Google Assistant

    It used to be that homes started their entry into IoT by way of a connected lightbulb, but that’s changing. In 2018, the arrival of connected smart speakers with voice assistants are now for many, the first device and it ends up being the primary interface to control the...
  • Review: Huawei Mate 10 Pro, a brilliant flagship phone for an affordable price

    Chinese phones continue to have an impact on the mobile phone market, with impressive entrants like the Huawei Mate 10 Pro, the Android market is heading up like never before. The great news for consumers is that as competition increases in the high-end, smartphone manufacturers continue to push more...

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