Review

  • Review: 2013 MacBook Air

    The latest MacBook Air from Apple is both a minor and a major update. While that may sound strange, let me explain. First of all, my previous laptop was the 2011 MacBook Air which has served me well while travelling across the globe. The size and weight making it...
  • Review: Nokia Lumia 520

    In the market of low-end smartphones, it’s usually dominated by cheap Android phones that work better as a target practice than a smartphone. These things are cluggy, have horrible cameras and usually have horrible screens to go with it. The Nokia Lumia 520 is in this low-end smartphone price...
  • Review: Blackberry Q10

    It’s very rare to see a phone come out with a QWERTY keyboard these days, in fact, there aren’t any that are relevant anymore – except one – Blackberry’s Q10. The device packs the new Blackberry 10 operating system as seen on the Z10, shrinks the screen a little...
  • Review: Sennheiser Momentum Headphones

    The Sennheiser Momentum headphones are a new release from Sennheiser – a German audio Manufacturer, based in Wedemark, Germany for well over 60 years. The Sennheiser Momentum headphones are designed for anyone that wants very high quality, and very high sound reproduction quality, with comfort, form, fit and but...
  • Review: Uber Sydney

    Coming from a rural town, I’m not used to cabs, I only ever use them after I’ve had a few drinks and need a lift home but every time I’ve used one I haven’t been too impressed. Uber is a completely different story though. Uber is an app for...
  • Review: Billion 7800NXL Triple WAN, NBN-ready router

    As far as networking goes, Billion is the cream of the crop for enthusiast hardware. With a swathe of features including triple-WAN support, Wireless-N 300 Mbps, 3G/4G LTE support, and a built in NAS, the 7800NXL is the swiss army knife of routers, but in an easy to use...
  • Review: Sony VAIO Tap 20

    The Sony VAIO Tap 20 is a 20″ all-in-one multi-touch PC that blurs the lines between a massive tablet and a regular Windows 8 desktop. It’s an interesting combination, but an incredibly welcome experimentation with PC form factors. One of the requirements of a redesigned touch-enabled operating system is...
  • Review: Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance

    Just like Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance’s campaign (“Revengeance” from hereon in), this review will be short and straight to the point. Get this game. No, that’s not my entire review, but the high intensity narrative that developer Platinum Games has created is a constant bombardment of explosive action, globe...
  • Review: Hands on with the Dell XPS12

    “An Ultrabook with the added bonus of being a tablet, what more can you want?” Well you can have this with the Dell XPS12, powered by Intel. I had a chance to test out Dell’s XPS12 Ultrabook convertible. After using it for about a week now, I am overall...
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