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Australian Review: Dyson Supersonic - Hairdryers can be exciting too
Dyson's Supersonic is the most excited I've been about a gadget in months. Hairdryers aren't normally the kind of "tech...
Australian Review: OPPO R9 Plus - Big screen, big battery
In my review of OPPO’s R9 midrange smartphone, I found it represented great value; it’s affordable, attractive, and run...
Australian Review: Xiaomi Mi Band 2 - No thrills fitness tracker
Xiaomi's Mi Band 2 is one of those gadgets that simply represents great value. It's not the fanciest fitness tracker on...
Australian Review: Bang & Olufsen Beoplay A1 - Not just a pretty face
Danish electronics manufacturer Bang & Olufsen is best known for luxury devices and high-end audio, but in recent...
Australian Review: Samsung Gear Fit 2 - The good kind of compromise
Samsung's first few attempts at wearables ranged from interesting to impractical, but with the launch of the Gear S2...
Australian Review: Huawei P9 - The camera phone, revitalised
Huawei's P9 is quite possibly the most interesting high-end alternative to the likes of Apple and Samsung currently on...
Australian Review: Antlion ModMic 4.0 - First world problem solver
Have you ever wanted to use your favourite pair of headphones for gaming, but shied away from doing so because they don...
Game Review: Mirror's Edge Catalyst - Square peg in a round hole
Mirror's Edge Catalyst is a game I really wanted to enjoy. In a sea of generic titles, Catalyst promises something...
Australian Review: HP Spectre 13 - The real slim shady
Ultra-thin devices often come with compromises. By shrinking the size of a notebook, a smartphone, or a tablet, you...
Australian Review: LG Stylus DAB+ - Look at my dab
In an era of streaming music services and podcasts, radio might seem a little passe. Like radio, the AUD$449 LG Stylus...
Australian Review: Samsung Portable SSD T3 - The new black
Portable solid state drives are the new black. At least, I like to think they are. For me, Samsung's Portable SSD T1...
Game Review: Doom (2016) - Hell Yes
The original Doom, released in 1993, is considered by many to be the forefather of the entire first person shooter...
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