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Polaroid Cube - the Smallest Action Camera Yet?

... carrying on top of what your smart phone can do? Should GoPro lose sleep over it?     First Impressions Taking the name quite literally, Cube is ... naturally a cube that measure a very ...

Sony Xperia Z review

...  gaming and imaging. In fact, it's a device that addresses all three of those areas, while also pressing reset on Sony's smartphone past. The handset ushers in a new ... More Info Sony Xperi ...

ASUS Nexus 7 dock hands-on

Along with the Qube and the VivoTab Smart at CES, ASUS also quietly showed off its dock for the Nexus 7 at its remote suite outside CES. Judging by the tablet's position in the above photo, you can tel ...

KStar HP900C Series UPS – Reviewed

... odem surge protection 13. Optional extension battery pack 14. Battery voltage display 15. Load capacity display 16. EMI/RFI noise filter 17. Smart RS232 communication with monitoring software 18. Opt ...

2011 Samsung Series 6 LED Smart TV

We have not seen any reviews yet on the latest mid-range Samsung Smart TVs and certainly not on the 2011 models here in Australia so we are happy to present you with an in-depth report on the Samsung ...

Innergie mCube Mini -Reviewed

... on as to who can lump the user with the biggest power pack.  The unit comes in a glossy white finish similar to a white iPhone with grey leads protuding from either end.  It is very smart looki ...

Dialogue ultra-portable Flybook (Part I)

... out the stylus. Bad habit! Size Does Matter? The main attraction of the Flybook is its size. Small is beautiful and smaller plus smarter is a most seductive combination. Have a look ...

PhotoGlow Backlit Picture Frame

...  in the room to its smart looks! The 8x10 light panel without matt & frame will cost AUD199 and a decent frame might be 50 bucks or more. I went to Haese’s, my professional framer in Albany, WA, fo ...

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