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Netgear Arlo Go review – onboard 4G SIM allows you to use it anywhere


Netgear’s Arlo range of wire free cameras already provide excellent coverage on your home network but now the new Arlo Go can provide the same monitoring anywhere because it has its own SIM card. It is the world’s first wire-free weather resistant 4G LTE high definition security camera that can be positioned anywhere. Suddenly the options open up for users who want to keep an …

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Sony WH-1000XM2 wireless noise cancelling headphones review


When it comes to headphones, Sony certainly knows what it’s doing. And that is evident with the new Sony WH-1000XM2 wireless headphones that offer both superb sound quality and excellent noise cancellation. The headphones have swivel earcups so they fit really comfortably and are easy to pack into the included hard case when you’re done listening. Each ear cup has a leather feel with the …

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LG V30 smartphone review – a device with top-shelf features across the board


While everyone’s been making a fuss over the iPhone X, the Google Pixel 2 and the Samsung Galaxy Note8, LG has quietly released the V30 smartphone that’s in the same class as these highly-fancied competitors. Pricewise, LG’s V30 is also a few hundred dollars cheaper than its premium rivals but can still match them for features. The device has a striking design with a dazzling …

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D-Link Cobra modem router review – blazing speed and coverage for modern users

The D-Link Cobra Modem Router

D-Link’s new modem router – the AC5300 MU-MIMO Cobra – is the fastest it has ever produced and it’s designed to deliver fast Wi-Fi speeds especially for NBN customers. The Cobra DSL-5300 has a built-in VDSL2 and ADSL2+ modem along with a dedicated Gigabit WAN (wide area network) port and four Gigabit LAN (local area network) ports. The product has an aggressive design with eight …

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Jedi Challenges review – live the Star Wars fantasy of wielding a lightsaber


There’s isn’t a true Star Wars fan around who hasn’t once imagined wielding a lightsabre and using the Force. Thanks to the new Lenovo Jedi Challenges – it has turned that imagination to reality – augmented reality to be precise. Jedi Challenges literally puts a lightsabre in your hands and pits you against Darth Maul, Kylo Ren, Darth Vader and others. And not only that …

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Audiofly Bluetooth earphone review – quality and value in the whole range


You know how they say we should buy Australian? Now you can gladly do that when buying Bluetooth earphones so you can experience surprising audio quality with home-grown brand Audiofly. The new range of locally designed and engineered earphones brings Audiofly’s expertise in professional music to customers who want to enjoy their music on the go. The Perth-based company has come up with a range …

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Netgear Powerline Wi-Fi review – the range extender that uses your power lines


Improving connectivity in our home is always an important mission for customers everywhere and Netgear has introduced a product that utilises your power lines for a fast connection. The Netgear Powerline Wi-Fi is a simple plug-in solution that uses your home’s electrical wiring to link to your modem or router. The product consists of two adapters – a powerline adapter that connects to your modem …

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Call of Duty: WWII game review – unforgettable action and realism


Call of Duty WWII is the latest instalment of the blockbuster franchise and it has gone back to its roots with a stunning game set in the European theatre of the Second World War. The game’s storyline follows the progress of the allies from the unforgettable storming of the beach in Normandy and doing battle all the way to Paris and into Germany. COD: WWII …

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Nespresso Vertuo review – high-tech coffee machine to make your perfect brew


We know Nespresso as the creator of portioned coffee in pods that allows customers to make quality espresso at home. Now Nespresso has introduced Vertuo – a new way to make great-tasting coffee. Nespresso’s popularity is a combination of its pods and range of machines designed to extract decent coffee. But now the company is taking that to the next level with Vertuo – a …

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Fitbit Ionic sport watch review – sleek design and great workout companion


Fitbit has made quite a name for itself and dominated the fitness tracker market but now the company has moved into the smartwatch space with the impressive new Fitbit Ionic. The device brings most of the features and data from the excellent Fitbit app and brings them to your wrist in living colour. And like the Fitbit trackers, Ionic can count your steps, tell you …

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Why Aussie cricket fans will want to get their hands on The Goldie

Former Australian cricket legend Adam Gilchrist (middle) hangs with cricket fans Nick Loutkovsky, Gareth Smith, Peter Reylolds and Luke Murnane as they try out the new XXXX "Goldie" hat, available this summer. Pic Jono Searle for "The Photo Pitch"

You’ve heard of the famous baggy green cap? Now with the cricket season fast approaching you can get your hands on The Goldie – a tech-enabled cap designed to bring people together and give them the chance to win great prizes. Created by XXXX Gold, The Goldie has a small iBeacon module inside the cap’s lining that can detect other Goldies that are in range …

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