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The Travelon Show: Anti-Theft Luggage for Your Gear

... suitcase, I might add) we give a big Thumbs Up for this backpack. And if you don’t care to read on about the other Travelon gear here’s the spoiler alert: we’re very impressed with all the products we’ve ...

Affordable Android - ZTE Blade V7 Plus Reviewed

... and other than an ever so slightly loose volume button, I was hard pressed to find anything to complain about. USAGE Despite the positive first impression, I reluctantly removed the SIM card from my ...

Archeer A320S 25W Bluetooth Speaker

... e paired up with it on the first go and I was ready to rock some tunes. Addicted to bass. Archeer makes no bones about it. For my first track I thought I would pit the A320S against James Blake's Li ...

Hands on with the new QNAP TS-531X-2G 5 Bay NAS

... of 1x USB 3.0 One Touch Copy button. Rear panel sports 2x USB 3.0 Ports, 2x Gigabit RJ45 NICs standard and 2 x 10 Gigabit SFP+ LAN Ports.   Talk about bang for buck! Purchasing a 10GB NIC will ...

Jabra TOUR – Bluetooth in-car Speakerphone Tested

... through Bluetooth but I much prefer to use the Jabra TOUR which will do both. Here is a quick review. The TOUR is an elegant and small speakerphone that you clip onto your visor. It’s about half ...

Eight Bays Are Better Than One -- DS1817+ NAS Reviewed

... a clean install, we thought it would be prudent to see if the data would migrate, so we took up the Web Assistant’s offer and migrated our settings and data. Within about twenty minutes the DS1817+ had ...

Seeing Double in 4K - Dune HD Duo 4K Reviewed

... ESS Sabre32 DAC and XLR balanced outputs. Of course, those who care about analogue output are likely going to ignore whatever cabling Dune included. And those that don’t care are just going to use the ...

PolarPro Meets Mavic Pro: Partners in Perfection

... the beauty of the Mavic is that it is so small, portable and tough that you can chuck it in just about any bag. But add things like spare batteries, extra props, charger, filters, leg extensions etc and ...

Synology Diskstation DS916+ for Business

...  DS-916+ is available in Australia for about $690 for the 2GB version, or $780 for the 8GB version, both diskless.   Specifications CPU: Intel Pentium N3710 CPU Architecture: 64-bit CPU Frequency ...

Dune Goes 4K -- Dune Solo 4K Reviewed

...  we were unable to test this functionality. With its advanced processor, Dune has implemented a neat My Collection feature which scours the Internet looking for data about your available videos, allowin ...

Avantree Audition - Wireless Audio

...  and Near Field Communication (NFC). It seems an odd combination to have together but when most modern mobile Operating Systems and devices support NFC (let's not talk about the white elephant in the room ...

Charge Pit - One Stop Charging Station

... t to lose more desk space.   Conclusions The Charge Pit does a decent job of keeping cables and devices from lying about and the 10A output is enough to cater for my current mixed needs. Ev ...

TrackR Bravo - Crowdsourced Lost and Find

... gh, aside from the one user who needed to update iOS to a supported version. The first few days were fine. For me on the Nexus 6p, they worked fine most of the time and was detected by the phone after a ...

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 ...

Nonda ZUS - The Truly Smart Car Charger & Car Locater

...  for the parking spot. In the event where the ZUS has detected that you have parked but is unable to locate the car's position, it prompts you to "take a photo of your whereabouts". Pro-tip: That means tak ...

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