Reviews

  • 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...
  • Review: LG’s 65″ NanoCell 4K TV

    In 2020, Australians are loving their big TVs and while we've not had our sport on the big screen, we have had entertainment like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+ and more. LG's latest lineup of displays features a combination of NanoCell and OLED TVs and the theme is definitely bigger...
  • Review: Lenovo Yoga C940 14″ 2-in-1 convertible

    10th generation Core i7 CPU, WiFi 6 and more....
  • Review: Close Comfort Cool Focus, the Aussie-designed portable air conditioner

    While we may be heading into the cooler months of the year, keeping your home comfortable is something you think about all year round. If you're someone who plans your Christmas presents well in advance, then this may be the perfect gift for that friend or family member who...
  • Review: Huawei P40 Pro, All the specs and no Google to use it

    With every new flagship phone that's released, we all expect the best camera, the best performance, amazing battery life and ultrafast networking performance. Huawei's P40 Pro on paper, is exactly that and from the second you have it in your hand it feels amazing, getting your hopes up that...
  • Review: Dell XPS 13″ 2-in-1 convertible laptop

    Let me start by saying I love ultrabooks. They represent serious portability that means you can be productive wherever you go. While we're all travelling less right now, a laptop purchase is usually for a few years, so it is important to think long term. Even just moving around...
  • Review: Canon 90D DSLR

    I've used and owned DSLRs for more than a decade and over that time, there's been some serious improvements to image quality, features and performance. One of the biggest brands in the industry is Canon and after spending time with their latest 90D DSLR it's time to break down...
  • Review: Next Level Racing F-GT Lite Racing Sim

    There may not be a better time to get into Sim Racing. With sport in general on hold, racing categories like Formula 1 and our very own Supercars are turning to eSports during the coronavirus shut down. Sim racing represents a great opportunity for professional drivers to keep their...
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