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ASUS Zenwatch 3 smartwatch review – the device that is as stylish as it is smart


The biggest issue with some smartwatches is they don’t actually look like a watch. They are big and bulky but that’s not what you’ll find with the compact and stylish ASUS Zenwatch 3. The device has a round face with a design and construction you would find in a high-quality timepiece. It is just 9.95mm thick with a 1.39-inch AMOLED screen and 287ppi (pixels per …

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HP Sprocket photo printer review – a fun way to print pictures off your phone anywhere


We take a lot of photos with our smartphones every day and that’s exactly where they stay with few people bothering to print them but the new pocket-sized HP Sprocket can change all that. It is slightly larger than a deck of cards and connects to your mobile device via Bluetooth. Users can print photos from the camera roll and also link their Facebook, Instagram …

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Canon PIXMA Endurance G4600 printer review – never buy a new ink cartridge again


One of the biggest frustrations with any inkjet printer is the constant need to replace expensive ink cartridges but that’s not an issue with the new Canon PIXMA Endurance G4600 printer. It always seems to happen that whenever you need something printed – you’re out of ink and need to dash to the store. This is particularly true in a household with students or in …

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Fitbit Alta HR review – the device that can help you get fit and sleep better


The Fitbit Alta, already a great fitness tracker, just got better with the inclusion of a heart-rate monitor and all the while maintaining the device’s slim design and style. In fact, the Fitbit Alta HR is the world’s slimmest exercise band with a built-in heart rate sensor. On the design side, the Fitbit altar HR is virtually identical to the previous model. And like its …

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Logitech Spotlight review – the device that will help you nail your presentation


If you’ve ever had to give a presentation you know there’s a lot of work to do beforehand. But one thing that will help you nail your performance is a handy controller like the Logitech Spotlight. Spotlight works with Mac and Windows computers and can also connect to tablets and smartphones as well so you can control your presentation no matter which device you choose …

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LG partners with Netflix to showcase Dolby Vision High Dynamic Range content


Customers who purchase a 2017 LG TV will be able to showcase their new television’s 4K resolution and Dolby Vision high dynamic range with a free three-month subscription to Netflix. For the next three months, LG and Netflix are partnering for a promotion with a bonus three-month Netflix Premium subscription with any 2017 LG TV purchase to access HDR and Dolby Vision content. There is …

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Huawei GR5 smartphone review – a lot of bang for your buck


The smartphone market is very competitive one but the good news is there are a few devices out there that offer plenty of bang for your buck including Huawei’s new GR5. Huawei has been a real mover in the worldwide market and offers a range of devices in the entry, mid and top level. The GR5, priced at just $399 (we’ve seen it as low …

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Logitech BRIO review – the webcam that brings 4K quality for your video chats


We’re now living in a 4K world – our content, our TVs, our computers and even some mobile devices have ultra-high definition screens and now Logitech has released a 4K webcam called BRIO. The device can sit on top of a monitor or laptop or also positioned on a tripod and can provide sharp video with excellent colour and audio. The Logitech BRIO webcam can …

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Jaybird X3 wireless earphones review – compact earbuds offer a big sound


Wireless earphones have never been more popular and Jaybird was one of the first to bring wireless sports buds to the market years before headphones jacks started disappearing from smartphones. The new Jaybird X3 headphones offer a bigger sound through the 6mm drivers but are still quite compact. They’re so compact they can also be worn under a helmet. The reason the ear buds are …

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Netgear Arlo Pro security camera review – keep an eye on your home from anywhere


Netgear’s Arlo wire-free security camera was a game-changer when they were introduced last year and the latest version of the product has just been released and it is even better. The Arlo Pro wire-free high definition security camera now has a removable rechargeable battery, two-way audio and improved motion detection. And it is still weather proof so it can be placed anywhere – inside or …

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HTC U Ultra smartphone review – the device that tries to stand out from the crowd


HTC’s attempt to stand out in the Android smartphone market continues with the U Ultra and it has a number of features and design elements that help the device achieve this. Three years ago, HTC was riding high and their flagship devices were all about premium materials and a serious design attitude. But offering minor changes to its hero smartphones since then has seen the …

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Sol Republic Amps Air review – hear your music with wire free convenience


Ditching the cables is a growing trend with earphones – even the cable between the earpieces – and Sol Republic has joined the movement with its Amps Air earphones. After Apple and HTC removed the headphones jacks from their smartphones, more customers are on the lookout for this type of product. The Sol Republic Amps Air are truly wire free earphones with each earpiece connecting …

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