PNY Technologies has launched four HP memory products into A/NZ that may be different from the run of the mill products.
See our Upcoming Reviews article from a few weeks back here.
DRN would like to thank PNY Technologies for providing the review units, the team is reviewing them with Martin covering the PNY x796w and v150w, myself covering the x760w and the V245.
D-Link launched one of the world's first Wi-Fi Certified EasyMesh™ home and home office mesh systems in May 2020, the two node COVR-1102. It has been a robust 802.11ac (Wi-Fi 5) backbone for my parents' home, although I made some small sacrifices in coverage. Somethings that can easily be rectified by purchasing a single expansion unit - the COVR-1100. D-Link has recognised that sometimes having twins is just not enough, you need triplets to do it right - along comes COVR-1103.
At this moment, the chief editor Kevin is currently cursing me for taking so long with this review. It’s actually not entirely my fault this time. You see, I sat down over 90 minutes ago to write. I poured a whisky. I donned the Astro A50 Wireless Headset. I started some music... and here I am. Having just forgotten what I was doing for most the evening.
And we know that Nokia had a great gig of smarter feature phones way before that.
Retro is in. Witness the 3310 relaunch a few years back.
How much back in time can we go to not miss all the features and convenience of our modern phones?
Let’s see if the Nokia 800 Tough fits that bill.
Spoiler alert: even if you have a great phone, you might still want to spend $199 Aussie bucks on this one.
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.
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.