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Fitbit's latest devices, the Sense, Versa 3 and Inspire 2 became available in Australia towards the end of September 2020. Of all the gear that I am fortunate enough to receive and test, this one was very much looked forward to by my partner, the indomitable Lady A. With thanks to Fibit, DRN is going to start exploring the Versa 3. This review will span multiple articles so we can deep dive into different areas, rather than a short glossy overview.
Lady A has lately been talking about getting healthier and shedding some of the baby weight she gained when she was pregnant with our now toddler. With 2020 being the year of chasing after said toddler at home and remote learning, there is precious little time for looking after ourselves. When the opportunity arose to review the Fitbit Versa 3, she was keen as mustard to get started.
A Networked Attached Storage unit (NAS) is the ultimate guardian of your valuable data: able to give you 24/7 access to your Personal Cloud, under your full control with great redundancy and able to back up continuously.
Plus all the other facilities it can provide like serving up all your media.
So let’s look today at the technical aspects of the QNAP TS-451D2 which has just been released here in Australia.
After years of living in a share house, in an apartment, with deteriorated copper wiring and having to begrudgingly share my already pitiful bandwidth with several others, I came to the sad realisation that I’d completely lost touch with all the more recent developments in router technology. So with finally having moved out into my own place, and having to replace our poorly functioning router, I decided it was time to familiarise myself with what progresses had been made in the field.
The small Wi-Fi cameras surveillance camera market is a crowded space, and everyone is looking for an edge on the competition. Today D-Link A/NZ launches their new DCS-8302LH Full HD Outdoor Wi-Fi Camera. It features AI edge-based person detection to identify human motion, reducing false alarms so that users receive more relevant detection notifications.
Last week DRN posted our thoughts on the Brother P-Touch Cube Pro (PT-P910BT), a fantastic (although on the pricey side), 36mm label printer. At the time we got to test out their laminated cartridges both with a white backing and a clear backing. They are tough, durable and survives my toddler's antics within reason - she can't tear it apart. For me? I scored some brownie points for getting all the containers in the kitchen labelled.
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