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Fitbit Surge – fitness tracker with GPS (review) The Fitbit Surge was introduced in early 2015, so it is one of the first fitness trackers with some limited “smart” benefits.
My Passport Wireless Pro – mobile storage (review) WD’s latest My Passport Wireless Pro external hard disk can cut the cable. It allows you to use either USB 3.0, or Wi-Fi AC, or…
OPPO F1s – a good all-round phablet (review) OPPO’s new F1s, the selfie expert, came across my desk for review. This little rose gold number ticked the boxes offering great features for a…
INCIPIO explores the Galaxy (Note7) Looking for a Note7 case that is a little different? Incipio has added some colour, texture and style to its new Samsung Galaxy Note7 range.
3SIXT makes a case for the Note – and a few other things Aussie brand 3SIXT is ready to protect, charge, or make using your Samsung Galaxy Note7 easier (or almost any other brand and model as well).
Samsung Galaxy Note7 – teardown IFixit has completed its “teardown” of the Samsung Galaxy Note7 and its conclusion is that the technology of the device exceeds even Samsung’s traditional “marketing…
Samsung’s nifty Galaxy Note7 – week 1 and loving it (review) To many, the smartphone has become the primary device to access the Internet  – and a 5.7” screen with a stylus is the way to…
Samsung Galaxy Note7 – stunning first looks Samsung’s new Galaxy Note7 is the pinnacle of the Galaxy series – so much, in such a sexy package.
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,…

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