The G900 Chaos Spectrum is a mouse! If you have a spare A$269 for a mouse – and it is not just any rodent – but a professional grade gaming mouse, then…
Canon Pixma Inkjet – go for gold, or red, or black (review) Canon’s new Pixma MG7760/7765/7766 is a top of the line, home inkjet that will satisfy the most discerning user – and it comes in gold,…
Droning on is addictive Imagine the thrill of piloting your own drone – and I mean a proper drone that can fly for ages, take interesting streaming video, and…
Plantronics BackBeat Pro+ (review) Plantronics BackBeat Pro+ is a Bluetooth, noise cancelling headphone of the quality you would expect from competitive premium models by Sennheiser, Bose, B&O, Harmon Kardon,…
My that mouse has large balls! (review) Trackballs are a mouse substitute and in the right place can add significant productivity.
It is crucial to have more speed – the mystery of the slow boot Does your computer – Windows or Mac - boot slower than swimming through molasses? Mine did, taking over seven minutes to being able to ‘do…
128GB flash/cloud drive is fast and secure (review) Sandisk’s new Ultra+Cloud flash drive offers 64GB physical storage and another 64GB in the cloud for three years.
Lexar’s new pro-photography offerings come in CFast and XQD cards Lexar has released a range of high speed cards aimed at the professional photography and videography market. All are 4K capable and offer speeds of…
Lexar USB-C/USB3.0 JumpDrive M20c – solves need for speed (review) Lexar has released a lot of new memory kit over the past few weeks and all are impressively fast – this USB-C/USB-3.0 combo can achieve…
Lexar SDXC UHS-II SD card for ‘big files’ (review) Lexar’s new 2000X, SDXC UHS-II SD memory cards are amazingly fast and double as a USB drive with the supplied SD UHS II reader.

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