We're working on getting our hands on a Dyson Cool for a full review but if you can't wait until then, the AM06, AM07 and AM08 are available for purchase now at the Dyson Australia website for $449 and $649 (both AM07 and AM08) respectively.
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One of my favourite car mounts of late has been one with a sticky back onto which your phone can quickly be mounted. And just as quickly be taken off single-handedly, which is probably more important.
Why would I be interested in reviewing a couple of car mounts where you need two hands to dismount your phone? Only when it offers that something extra which most car mounts don't have yet: an easy NFC connection.
Let's look at two implementations of the same idea from Osomount: one is a mount you can put on a windscreen or the dash and the other one can be inserted in one of the ventilation slots.
Early this year, QNAP launched a Network Attached Storage (NAS) specially designed for the modern digital lifestyle. With thanks to QNAP, the HS-210 has been on an extended tour of duty on the DigitalReviews test bench.
Let see what makes this NAS different.
This is a quick review to test out the latest edition of Nuance's Dragon NaturallySpeaking speech recognition program.
Over the years we have been reviewing all the editions starting with DNS 8.
Apart from an ever increasing accuracy (how far beyond 99% can we go?) there are some major improvements in the current release that we can report on.
Unlike the relatively timid two bay N2310, we now take a look at the N4510U PRO-R: A dual power supply, four bay rack mountable behemoth.
Read on for out take on the latest rack mountable Thecus NAS.
We have done a fair few reviews over the last few years featuring vacuum cleaners. Dyson took the lion share of these but when one of our editors got hold of the Bissell AirRam vac some time ago, I knew that we would hear more from this American company.
Today we are reviewing a multitasker that has just launched here in Australia: the Bissell Vac & Steam.
I love it when a product carries a name that describes exactly what does....
The great thing about the latest model in the Galaxy S series is that it is waterproof to some extent but this also means that the USB charging port had to be covered up. It's always a bit fiddly to get that little cover off and, more importantly, you have to make sure that it gets properly sealed again afterwards!
This little extra step in recharging your phone may not be the sole reason for wanting to look at wireless charging so let's see what else is on offer from Samsung to make life a little bit easier.
Today we are looking at 2 "official" solutions: the S Charger kit and the S View cover.
When it comes to Network Attached Stoary (NAS) we tend to go big but that isn't always necessary, or cost effective.
The N2310 is Thecus' entry level NAS device and priced under $200AUD, it might be the perfect introduction to the world of networked storage.
In 2010 we reviewed ImprovElectronics' original Boogie Board and while we liked it, it was what the Boogie Board promised for the future that really excited us. With the advent of the Boogie Board Sync 9.7 that future we pined for is finally here.
Read on for our full review.