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Sometimes it is just nice to revisit a golden oldie... But in this case we are talking about a smartwatch that hit the shelves less than a year ago: the Samsung Gear S.
When it came out I was stunned at the supremely curved display and the fact that you can use it with its own Sim card.
There are dozens of reasonably capable smartwatches to choose from but this particular model still holds its price it seems so let’s have a quick look at some of the main features of this watch and where in some aspects where it falls down a bit...
Microscopes have traditionally been used for scientific discovery and education but with the advent of inexpensive digital USB microscopes, the minutia of every day objects is now visible by everybody.
Read on for our experiences observing the world beneath our noses with Carson's MM-840 eFlex Digital Microscope.
As part of my "Welcome to Nexus 6p" kit from Mobilezap, a USB Type-C 3.1 Male to USB 3.0 Male Cable!
They may be the bane of our existence but alarm clocks are an important part of our modern lives. With built in Bluetooth and elegant wood styling, the Olixar Qi-Tone aims to make the whole morning experience a little more bearable.
Read on for our review of the Olixar Qi-Tone Bluetooth alarm clock.
While all the NAS reviews that we have done over the years have mainly been about the big boys of network attached storage systems, it is pleasing to see that ASUSTOR as a relative newcomer is pulling out all stops to play in the big league.
Today we are checking out the Intel Braswell equipped 4 Bay AS6204T which, given the excellent specs, would perform well in any SOHO situation. That means great for small office use and perfect for a home office.
It’s the season to be outdoors again and sitting around barbecues long after the evening sun has set....
And it’s the time that the Aussie mozzies come out to play as well!
Kill the party and flee indoors? Or find a way to get rid of the uninvited guests?
Today we’re having a quick look at the latest entry of electronic mosquito repellents, the aptly named REPELLO from Pestrol.
Do these devices really work and how do you know?
We have done a few kitchen appliance reviews over the last couple of years but we are always on the lookout for the ultimate kitchen tool that even a Chef cannot do without.
In fact, when we came across the Hotmix PRO in search for the best all in one machine to grace your countertop, this particular appliance is indeed created specifically for commercial use.
But my question is: would there also be a market for the Hotmix PRO in households where people take their cooking seriously? Yes, I’m looking at the Thermomix crowd...
So let’s look at the Hotmix PRO from these two different angles.
When Apple released its much-vaunted iOS 8 platform, it was considered to be a seminal and ground-breaking moment for the brand. It certainly elevated the typical Apple experience, to the point where the upcoming iOS 9 upgrade is expected to simply refine ease of use and eradicate any technical flaws.
The same principle can be applied to the recent Android upgrades, with the forthcoming 6.0 Marshmallow update tagged as an incremental change that will simply add stability to and improve the security of its predecessor. What exactly can we expect from this upgrade, however, and what will it mean for Android users?