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The observable universe is a fascinating place to discover and even though we have been spoiled with everything that NASA has been bringing out over the last few decades, nothing is as exciting as seeing it through your own eyes with the aid of a telescope.
We have spent quite a few hours over many weeks with the Meade ETX 90 Observer telescope which is a compact and very capable computer-driven system.
And this is what we discovered.
Let’s unpack that for you in this short review.
As usual: this is the time of year when we look at some of the official Samsung accessories that come out when the Galaxy flagships are announced. We’ve done that since the S3 and S4 all the way till the S7.
This year we hope to review one of Samsung’s official cases, the new wireless charger, the Qi car charger and the DeX Station.
Here we go.
Routers are indispensable in our modern homes. They create data connections between all our devices as well as connecting us (with the help of modems) to that ethereal world wide network we call the Internet.
The RT2600 is Synology’s second generation router and it is looking to make some serious connections.
Read on for our review.
When I was researching where I could get the best Neutral Density filters to accommodate my newly acquired Mavic Pro quadcopter from DJI, I came across PolarPro in the forums.
People recommended them and their great customer service so I reached out to them and they kindly provided us with a slew of products that are quite essential to Mavic owners.
Today we are looking at a set of ND filters from their Vivid Collection, the Mavic Leg Extensions and a compact hard case for all of the Mavic gear.
So could a fully automatic coffee machine ever come close to producing what we as baristas loved to brew?
Call us sceptical but willing to be wrong on this score.
So when De’Longhi suggested we have a look at the Primadonna Elite, which is their top-of-the-line fully automatic coffee machine, we couldn’t say no.
And after several weeks of testing and tasting we are pleased to admit that sometimes it’s good to be proven wrong!
Let me show you why.