The new D-Link DIR X1860 Wi-Fi 6 802.11AX wireless router has been sitting silently in my 'tech cupboard' for a few weeks now, seamlessly serving all of the home-schooling requirements of my two boys, the incessant Zoom calls of my 'WFH' wife, and all of my internet-based work requirements, which as a full-time social media manager, means online full-time. Does the angular, slightly sinister looking X1860 deliver the proverbial goods?
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What’s in a name?
Names like Xerox and Google – unknown words in the English language before I was born– now so familiar that they’ve become verbs, like to google or to make a xerox.
Will PhoneSoap ever hit the mainstream when it comes to sanitising and sterilising your gadgets?
Perhaps. But anyway, it’s a good name, indicating what the product is all about: cleaning your phone.
So, why is that needed? An occasional quick wipe on the side of your pants should be all that is needed, right?
Let’s talk dirty, if I may...
DJI, a household name in civilian drones and aerial imaging, recently launched the RoboMaster EP Core. The RoboMaster EP Core is first product introduced under DJI Education, a new branch which was set-up to provide students with experiential learning opportunities in the areas of STEAM, robotics and engineering.
Skullcandy and Tile joined forces to launched three true wireless earbuds recently. Jo reviewed the Indy Evo here and they rapidly became her daily drivers. With thanks to Skullcandy we get to look at the Push Ultra and put them through their paces.
Some people love their phones “naked” – without any protection. No case, no screen protectors.
Not me. I like to have a solid grip on my phone, particularly when it comes to the biggest phone I’ve owned, the Samsung Note 20 Ultra.
It’s an investment worth protecting even though the glass slabs are made with the Victus edition of Gorilla glass.
So today we’ll do a cover-up of sorts: one with Samsung’s Official Clear View Cover Case, followed by the Spigen Slim Armor CS with some extra protection from Olixar’s Screen and Camera Protectors.
Epson launched the EcoTank Pro ET-16600, their second generation wireless all-in-one A3 wide format printer offering long life cartridge-free printing with easy-to-fill supersized ink tanks. The ET-16600 includes enough ink to print thousands of pages straight out of the box. It can also copy and scan pages up to A3 (28cm x 43cm) and features a 500-sheet paper capacity and rear specialty-paper feed, plus a 4.3" colour touchscreen for easy navigation.
We wrote earlier about the new Smart Security Cameras from D-Link here.
Recently D-Link announced two more cameras that have been equipped with the latest tech, including edge-based person detection with AI technology.
One of these, the DCS-8630LH also has an integrated spotlight to bring colour and better visibility to night time vision.
We thank D-Link for providing us with the opportunity to test this spotlight camera out.
“Sony has led the 4K home cinema projector market with our native 4K SXRD projectors for nearly a decade, and we’re thrilled to announce a new range of powerhouse models for our customers and CI dealers,” said Anna Tan, Sony Professional Solutions – Display, Product Manager – Australia and New Zealand. “Offering a big screen, immersive viewing experience that delivers the creator’s true intent is a core goal when developing our new projectors, and these new models are no exception.”
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