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  • Review: Telstra 5G Wi-Fi Pro, the hotspot for up to 30 devices with mmWave support

    Telstra have been providing hotspots for years, allowing multiple devices to connect to their 3G, 4G and now 5G networks. The latest device, the Telstra 5G Wi-Fi Pro, is the first to support 5G mmWave. This supports the standard 5G that's been available since last year, but also includes...
  • Aussie Director reviews the new Canon EOS R5, 8K video eats 10GB every 30 seconds

    Last week Canon announced a new high-end camera, the EOS R5 which has the flagship feature of being able to shoot 8K RAW video. Australian film director Andrew Kaineder has already spent a few days with the new Canon EOS R5 full frame mirrorless camera and sat down to...
  • Review: Sonos Arc soundbar

    Amazing sound, but we expect that from SONOS...
  • Review: Microsoft Surface Book 3

    The last time we looked at Microsoft's Surface Book was version 2, back in January 2018. Now in version 3, the Surface Book has a very familiar design and after reviewing a bunch of thin and light ultrabooks, this is noticeably chunky in comparison. Obviously being part of the...
  • Review: 2020 Huawei MateBook X Pro

    If you’re in the market for a new laptop, there’s a lot to consider. For most of us, the ultimate laptop is, thin and light with amazing battery life and performance. After spending some time with the Matebook X Pro, it's certainly a laptop that meets those requirements and...
  • Review: Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus

    Since first reviewing the Ring Video Doorbell back in 2016, I've been a big fan of the product. It offered me the ability to not only monitor our front doorstep for any visitors, but also helped solve my courier problem. We all buy plenty of products online, so having...
  • Review: VideoProc a great GPU-accelerated 4K video editor

    Photos are great, but increasingly the world is turning to video. To create compelling videos, you need the right software to helps you achieve a fast and easy workflow that lets you shoot, edit and publish rapidly. In recent years, there's been a massive spike in the number of...
  • Review: Canon Powershot G7 X Mark III

    With the rise of smartphone cameras, I had basically written off the point-and-shoot category of cameras. To a large part these smartphone cameras are so good, that even much of the DSLR market has been eaten up. Once I got my hands on the Canon PowerShot G7 Mark III,...
  • Review: EKO 55″ 4K Android TV

    Eko is likely a brand you haven't heard of in the TV space and given this was the first device I'd used form them, I really didn't know what to expect. The 4K TV is available in 50", 55" (reviewed) and 65" sizes and runs Google Android TV for...
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