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HP Microserver Gen8 review
Posted on 6-Nov-2013 20:30Tags Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

We have recently received one of the new HP MicroServe Gen8 boxes here for review. Clearly aiming at the SME market, this is the kind of hardware that can - and will - help business leverage technology with low cost investment in ongoing administration resources. Comments (Comments)

DTVS Smart1 Satellite Receiver review
Posted on 9-Sep-2013 18:56Tags Reviews, DVB and HD, by n4

In this review, we have a look at the Smart1, an Android-based "hybrid" device: an all-in-one satellite receiver, PVR, media player and Android PC.
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Leap Motion review
Posted on 23-Jul-2013 13:45Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

We have a look at the Leap Motion, a 3D motion control technology available now. Comments (Comments)

Microsoft Windows 8.1 Preview review
Posted on 1-Jul-2013 12:41Tags Reviews, Windows, by M Freitas

Our initial comments after installing the new Windows 8.1 Preview on a Microsoft Surface. Comments (Comments)

Sol Republic, Philips Downtown, Parrot Zik headphone reviews
Posted on 21-Jun-2013 12:26Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by Headphone Reviews

We asked one of our Geekzone users to review four headphones for us and compare to his own preference. Here are the results. Comments (Comments)

Logitech TV Cam HD for Skype review
Posted on 13-Jun-2013 13:22Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

The Logitech TV Cam HD for Skype brings video and voice calls to the lounge or entertainment room. Comments (Comments)

BlackBerry Z10 review
Posted on 11-Jun-2013 12:24Tags Reviews, BlackBerry, by M Freitas

We look at the first BlackBerry 10 device to land in New Zealand. Comments (Comments)

ASUSTOR AS-604T review
Posted on 7-Jun-2013 16:25Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

We look at another alternative for network storage devices for small offices, home offices and enthusiasts. Comments (Comments)

iTwin Connect review
Posted on 6-Jun-2013 16:59Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

We look at a simple to use VPN and remote access solution, ideal for those who want access to files back at the office or home while on the go. Comments (Comments)

Integ blade review
Posted on 28-May-2013 16:37Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by N Dunn

As someone who uses multiple monitor screens (three 24” Viewsonics) at home and work, good, reasonably-priced monitor stands are hard to come by. Comments (Comments)

HP Envy X2 review
Posted on 24-May-2013 15:35Tags Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

The HP Envy X2 is a hybrid laptop tablet running Windows 8 that should satisfy most consumers and even some business users, depending on how it is used. Comments (Comments)

Intel Next Unit of Computing review
Posted on 10-May-2013 14:46Tags Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

A fresh departure from the beige or black computing boxes, the Intel NUC blends advanced technology and small footprint. Comments (Comments)

Heyrex review
Posted on 29-Apr-2013 15:11Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

Monitoring your dog doesn't have to be a 24/7 job. Technology is here to help with this. Comments (Comments)

QNAP TS-469L NAS review
Posted on 15-Apr-2013 12:47Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

Home Theater enthusiasts now have a storage solution that plugs directly to their setups. Comments (Comments)

Samsung GALAXY Camera review
Posted on 7-Jan-2013 13:36Tags Reviews, Android, by M Freitas

The first digital camera powered by Android lands in New Zealand and I take it for a holiday around the country. Comments (Comments)

Igloo review
Posted on 6-Dec-2012 09:24Tags Reviews, DVB and HD, by M Freitas

Igloo launched in New Zealand after months of speculation. But what is it and how does it work? Most importantly, is it for you? Comments (Comments)

Fujifilm XF1 review
Posted on 3-Dec-2012 16:05Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

If you are looking for a light camera with lots of resources and stylish, the Fujifilm XF1 is in store for you. Comments (Comments)

Rapoo E9080 review
Posted on 3-Dec-2012 15:30Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

We review a razor thin keyboard suitable for home office or lounge setups. Comments (Comments)

Ford Mondeo Titanium review
Posted on 8-Oct-2012 15:48Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

While Ford Sync is just now arriving in Australia (and we donít have a set date for the technology to land in New Zealand yet) I was invited to experiment some of the advanced technology on board the Ford Mondeo Titanium. Comments (Comments)

Synology Disk Station DS212j review
Posted on 21-Jun-2012 13:51Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

The times of noisy, power hungry, hard to manage Network-Attached Storage devices is behind us. And for home users, Synology might have just the right stuff. Comments (Comments)

Nike+ Sportwatch GPS review
Posted on 4-Apr-2012 15:07Tags Reviews, GPS, by M Freitas

The Nike+ Sportwatch merge elements of social with exercise to get the user fit. Comments (Comments)

ASUS ZENBOOK Ultrabook review
Posted on 4-Apr-2012 09:27Tags Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

We shouldn't confuse "netbooks" and "ultrabooks". There's a lot of power packed into these little new portable devices and the ASUS ZENBOOK is a good device to show off these features. Comments (Comments)

ioSafe Rugged Portable review
Posted on 19-Mar-2012 16:37Tags Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

We tested an external drive that resist wind, sand, water, drops - except fire. And it looks great, even after some of this "treatement". Comments (Comments)

NETGEAR Wireless Extreme WNDRMACv2 review
Posted on 23-Feb-2012 15:36Tags Reviews, Broadband, by M Freitas

I had quite a few routers for testing around here and almost all failed the performance test I impose to these little boxes, but the NETGEAR Wireless Extreme WNDRMACv2 router is one of the very few that passed the test with no problems. Comments (Comments)

Philips Stretch review
Posted on 4-Jan-2012 13:44Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

What happens when you mix together sound technology, surf-inspired design, and a material that's six times more resistant than that used in headphones? The Philips Stretch is what happens. Comments (Comments)


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