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If you browse our reviews of NAS units, from small to enterprise level, from QNAP, Synology or any other vendor, one thing stands out: they are all in my favourite “colour” black...
Not so the new QNAP TS-230.
It has a light blue-ish (like baby blue) tint over the whole box which I wasn’t sure I’d like. But I’ve taken a liking to it as will many new users dipping their toes into the daunting NAS world.
So, has QNAP managed to make the entry level unit not only more affordable but also easier to use for newbies?
Let’s find out.
SYDNEY, 28 July 2020 - PNY Technologies has launched HP memory products into Australia and New Zealand for the first time. The initial launch centres around four HP USB flash drives, the HP x796w, HP x760w , HP v245w and HP v150w with more HP memory products to follow.
And as usual DigitalReviews.net will be one of the first sites to report and review on these products.
In the meantime, read the Press Release below to get an indication of what these drives look like and for what applications they're best suited.
We’re following up on last week’s Part 1 where we reviewed the Power Head and the first attachment, the Pole Saw.
Today we have a good look at the Line Trimmer (aka as Whipper Snipper) and the Brushcutter.
Since we talked extensively about the Multi-Tool system last time, we can keep it to a short write-up and a bit of a longer video.
A few weeks ago D-Link launched the DIR-X1560, their new AX1500 Wi-Fi 6 Router. The device is pitched to specifically meet the needs of working and studying from the modern smart home, with Wi-Fi speeds of up to 1,500Mbps. How well does it play in the real world? With thanks to D-Link, DRN takes the DIR-X1560 for a test drive.
Do these accolades apply to the rest of the EGO garden tools?
We were keen to find out and today we’re looking at the Multi-Tool range and specifically at the Pole Saw attachment.
In Part 2 we’ll cover a couple of other attachments for the Multi-Tool: the Brushcutter and the Whipper Snipper (or Line Trimmer).
So come along and find out how we fared.
In what is probably a stroke of genius, the Logitech StreamCam was launched in the midst of the COVID-19 isolation here in Australia. Given we were all working from home and bogged down in endless meetings over Zoom, Skype, WebEx, you name it.
Logitech pitches the StreamCam to streamers, with a focus on image quality and dual front-facing microphones. DRN is going to take it for a test drive, let's hope my mug does not crack the lens since I have not had a haircut or a shave since end of February. I have never been the looker in the family, but right now I resemble more so an Asian woolly mammoth or the Dulux mascot.