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Intel NUC NUC5i5RYH review
Posted on 21-Sep-2015 16:01Tags Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

The Intel NUC platform has been around for a while and it's a favourite of mine when someone asks for a good HTPC platform (thinking as a consumer) or an all around desktop platform for business needs. Comments (Comments)

HP Deskjet 3630 review
Posted on 26-Aug-2015 14:17Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

Printers have come a long way and less is more now as the HP Deskjet 3630 shows. Comments (Comments)

Logitech MX Master review
Posted on 26-Aug-2015 14:14Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

Over the years Logitech changed into a computer peripheral company but the mouse is what defined it for me. The latest model to land here is the MX Master wireless mouse, a futuristic looking mouse with modern features. Comments (Comments)

Da Vinci 3D printer review
Posted on 14-Aug-2015 15:38Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

It was my first 3D printing experience and I can say it was a success - or almost. But most likely my fault. Comments (Comments)

Sony M4 Aqua review
Posted on 13-Aug-2015 11:10Tags Reviews, Android, by Steve Biddle

I've always been a fan of Sony phones, so I was keen to see how this new mid-range handset stacked up. Comments (Comments)

ALLDOCK review
Posted on 5-Aug-2015 11:17Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics

It happens to everyone... We have more devices that need USB charging than we have space on a desk. And the cables. And the number of chargers with different space requirements. Comments (Comments)

Ego smart Wi-Fi socket review
Posted on 5-Aug-2015 11:02Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics

The Ego smart Wi-Fi socket by efergy is one more piece of technology to help you manage energy usage in a better way. Comments (Comments)

Constant Vigil Sentry Lite DC UPS Review
Posted on 1-Jul-2015 17:03Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by timmmay

The Sentry Lite is designed to provide backup power to support an internet connection during a power cut, specifically providing power to homes using the new fibre internet being rolled out around New Zealand. Comments (Comments)

Sony Smartwatch3 review
Posted on 14-Jun-2015 15:59Tags Reviews, Android

For a few weeks I have been wearing the Sony Smartwatch3, an Android Wear-based smartwatch device. Like any upcoming technology smartwatches promise new use cases and like in any upcoming technology it can deliver well in some scenarios - and not so much in others. Comments (Comments)

Dyson DC65 Animal vacuum cleaner review
Posted on 14-Jun-2015 15:51Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics

It is incredible the amount of dust our home accumulates. We have been using a Dyson vacuum cleaner for years but have never really tried an upright model, so the DC65 was a good surprise. Comments (Comments)

HP EliteBook 1020 G1 review
Posted on 1-Jun-2015 14:45Tags Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

HP introduced a new series of very slim and light business laptops with plenty of enterprise and security features to satisfy the most demanding IT infrastructures. Comments (Comments)

Fitbit Surge review
Posted on 24-May-2015 18:37Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics

A look at the Fitbit Surge, a smart tracking device. Comments (Comments)

DLink DSL-2900 AL Viper review
Posted on 24-May-2015 18:21Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics

The new DLink DSL-2900 AL Viper xDLS/UFB router is a step in the right direction: it brings a design created to enhance wireless connections while at the same time it introduces a modern user interface that is very simple to use and understand. Comments (Comments)

Samsung Wireless Audio-Multiroom review
Posted on 24-May-2015 17:59Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

We look at the Samsung Wireless Audio-Multiroom speaker system, a versatile speaker system. Comments (Comments)

Microsoft Surface 3 review
Posted on 4-May-2015 13:42Tags Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

A ten-inch tablet that runs desktop software? Yes, please. Comments (Comments)

Logitech UE Megaboom wireless speaker review
Posted on 18-Apr-2015 11:25Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

You are out and about with your smartphone and decided to throw a tailgate party. But the sound is tiny. Luckily, UE Megaboom is one heavy sound machine that can last a day long party. Comments (Comments)

ASUSTOR AS-7008T 8 bay NAS review
Posted on 7-Apr-2015 12:40Tags Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

Network attached storage devices and full on computers aren't much different these days. Take the ASUSTOR AS-7008T 8 bay NAS device for example: you can just add some storage to it, configure the way you want the NAS to work and tuck it away in a corner, doing storage things. Comments (Comments)

Harman/Kardon Soho review
Posted on 31-Mar-2015 14:20Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

I have been using the Harman/Kardon headphones for a few weeks now. It is a sleek, comfortable pair of headphones combining good performance and good looks. Comments (Comments)

Waterfield Bolt Briefcase review
Posted on 25-Mar-2015 16:18Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics

The Waterfield Bolt Briefcase serves double purpose: you can use it as a carry-on bag or as a commuter bag. I have experienced this bag in both situations and it certainly does the job, while looking good. Comments (Comments)

HTC One M9 review
Posted on 23-Mar-2015 13:41Tags Reviews, Android, by M Freitas

For years mobile phones were piece of plastic. Some looked good, but still had that cheap feeling of thin plastic. Long time smartphone manufacturers helped change this with the introduction of its HTC One M7 flagship device a couple of years ago and improved on that with its HTC One M8 last year. Comments (Comments)

HTC Re camera review
Posted on 12-Feb-2015 13:26Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

Ever felt that taking photos with your smartphone is kind of cumbersome? What about an easy to use camera that pairs with your smartphone but doesn't need it all the time? Comments (Comments)

Acronis True Image Unlimited 2015 review
Posted on 30-Jan-2015 10:03Tags Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

In my view Acronis True image has been for years the gold standard for PC image backups. For me it all started with Norton Ghost but since Symantec retired that product Acronis True Image software took that space. Comments (Comments)

Rapoo e9090p wireless keyboard review
Posted on 27-Jan-2015 15:09Tags Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

The Rapoo e9090p is an ultra thin wireless keyboard with some attractive features. Comments (Comments)

ADATA Premier Pro SP910 SSD review
Posted on 13-Jan-2015 10:41Tags Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

The ADATA Premier Pro series is an affordable feature rich SSD series. Comments (Comments)

Fitbit Charge review
Posted on 22-Dec-2014 14:03Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

I have been a Fitbit user for almost a year now. It started with the Fitbit Flex, the simplistic but yet sophisticated Internet-connected pedometer. And the Charge makes it even better. Comments (Comments)

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