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Charge Pit - One Stop Charging Station

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: Charge Pit - One Stop Charging StationWhat do you do when your place is filled with gadgets, chargers and cables - like the DigitalReviews office?

You look for a charging station that can help eliminate some of the clutter.

Luckily MobileFun came to the party with the Charge Pit 6-Port Universal Charging Station.

TrackR Bravo - Crowdsourced Lost and Find

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: TrackR Bravo - Crowdsourced Lost and FindIn the past few years we have seen the rise and rise of Internet of Things (IoT). From a technical perspective, IoT are objects that can collect and exchange data based on electronics, software, sensors and network connectivity. TrackR Bravo is an IoT device that leverages crowdsourced GPS (via smart phones) to help the masses track down items that are misplaced, lost or stolen. DigitalReviews undertook a self-funded journey to see how well this execution works.

Synology RT1900ac, from NAS to Networking

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: Synology RT1900ac, from NAS to NetworkingWhen an established Network Attached Storage company turn their hand to creating a SoHo router using the same basic principles and dedication, what can we expect?

With thanks to Synology, DigitalReviews get to review the Synology RT1900ac Router - a high-speed wireless router designed for homes and offices.

Smartwatch Review: Gear S2 Classic (SM-R732 Model)

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: Smartwatch Review: Gear S2 Classic (SM-R732 Model)
Having recently written about the original Gear S smartwatch, which was the ostentatious and very curvy SIM equipped computer on your wrist, we now go to the realm of the normal-sized smart timepieces with the Gear S2.


Our friends at MobileFun sent us the Classic version which is the slightly more expensive one which comes with leather straps and an indented rotating bezel.


This is the first smartwatch I actually care to wear all the time.

This is why.

QNAP TS-451+ Focuses on Multimedia Users - Australian Review

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Storage

Read more: QNAP TS-451+ Focuses on Multimedia Users - Australian ReviewProgress never stops at QNAP with the release of the TS-451+ pitched at home and SOHO users.

Interestingly enough QNAP has opted for the Bay Trail platform from Intel rather than the storage focus Braswell platform.

With thanks to QNAP, DigitalReviews get to see how this unit performs.

BISSELL BOLT LIFT-OFF ION 2 in 1 Cordless Vacuum: The Only One You Need?

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Appliances

Read more: BISSELL BOLT LIFT-OFF ION 2 in 1 Cordless Vacuum: The Only One You Need?

There is no denying that we here at DigitalReviews.net are fans of the Bissell family of floor care products so we had great expectations when the latest sibling was announced a few weeks ago: the Bissell Bolt Liftoff Ion 2 in 1 cordless vacuum cleaner.


It has great ambitions, namely to replace the big vacuum cleaner that most households have.
Well, with over 40 minutes of run time from the massive 36 V lithium ion battery it could be up to the task.

Let’s see if it really sucks or really sucks-if you know what I mean....

 

Spigen Rugged Armor Tough Case

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: Spigen Rugged Armor Tough CaseThe quest for the perfect case for my Nexus 6p continues.

Thanks to MobileZap , DigitalReviews get to play with the Spigen Rugged Armor Nexus 6P Tough Case.

 

First Impressions
I have to admit slipping a black case onto my silver Nexus 6p feels a bit incongruous. Those thoughts slip away when I started using the product.

The Spigen Rugged Armor Tough Case looks the good and feels great, with carbon fiber panels at the top and bottom of the case giving it a touch of subtle highlight.

 

Logitech UE Megaboom Wireless Speaker – the Ultimate for Discerning Ears?

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Audio

Read more: Logitech UE Megaboom Wireless Speaker – the Ultimate for Discerning Ears?


Wireless speakers are all the rage: just visit your local Harvey Norman or similar store and there is plenty of choice.

Today we are testing the biggest sibling in this range from Ultimate Ears, the Megaboom.
It is arguably one of the better Bluetooth speakers around and it is not unreasonably priced either.
(Officially well over the $300 mark but online as low as AUD255).

Let’s have a look and listen.

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