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Belkin’s Road Rockstar – 4 port, USB car charger (review) Most new vehicles have one USB port – typically a paltry 500mA to 1.5A and these are no good for charging tablets on the go.…
Huawei P9 – flagship specs at affordable prices (review) The P9 has the paper specifications that help it stand out in the crowd. It is not the top flagship but at two-thirds its price,…
Sony Xperia X Performance (review) There was a time when “It’s a Sony” really meant something – the most powerful name in electronics. Leading edge technology, great build quality, distinctive…
Samsung Gear Fit2 (review) Samsung has had many iterations of its Gear range of smartwatches and fitness bands, improving on design and usability each time. The Gear Fit2 fitness band…
Microsoft Lumia 650 – the secure worker's phone (review) Microsoft’s Lumia 650 has largely been called a worker’s phone because it costs $299 and it uses Windows 10 Mobile (W10M) operating system designed for…
OPPO R9 Plus is a phabulous phablet (review) OPPO’s new R9 range includes the 5.5” R9, and the 6” R9 Plus and while they share a lot of components and design cues, the…
LG’s G5 flagship – Life’s as good as it gets (review) LG’s new G5 flagship takes its offerings to a new high – it is an amazing piece of kit that any high-end buyer should seriously…
VIDEO Interviews and review: Flexiroam X in action Friday last week, I caught up with Flexiroam managing director, Jef Ong, who along with Jason Khoo, vice-president of business development, gave me a personal…
OPPO R9 – a prestige phone without the pricetag (review) OPPO is making waves in Australia providing high-end Android smartphones at mid-market prices.
LG’s DAB+ Stylus smartphone (review) Product differentiation in a ‘red ocean’ of Android devices is what sells one over another. LG’s new ‘blue ocean’ device perhaps verges a little to…

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