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DRN pulled out the big gun when it comes to testing active lifestyle gear. Devlin Webb at a tender 16 years old has represented at State and National level in both Australian Rules Football and cricket. In AFL he captained the Victorian 12's team in 2015, represented Australia in 2018 as an under 15 and received a plethora of awards. Devlin is a top order batsman and fast bowler, playing 225 cricket matches including 7 centuries, with best figures of 114 not out batting, and 6/12 in bowling. He debuted for the Premier First 11 at age 15, and has been selected to train in the Victorian High Performance Academy. Devlin's the name the watch as one of Australia's future sports stars. So how did the Jabra Elite Active 75t fare when Devlin put it to the test?
For this review of the WD_Black P10 Game Drive, we welcome another new face to the team. Peter Bower is a mixed bag of tricks. In former lives, he was a professional photographer and videographer, published writer, English academic, award winning poet, hater of soup, website manager, social media guy, ginger, and creature of the night. He is the founder and former editor-in-chief of SWAMP and VoTogs. He is still a ginger and now finds himself a government employee. When he’s not working, he is a semi-serious gamer and lover of live music, bad movies and action novels. His website is well out-of-date, as is his Facebook. But you can say hello to him on Twitter @OeterB.
For those of us old enough to have experienced the great Nokia phones of yesteryear it’s good to see the brand making a good comeback. And this time they’ve hitched their fortunes onto a very solid operating system: Android One, currently featuring the very latest Android 10.
So how did we fare in our evaluations?
Today D-Link A/NZ launched its new AX1500 Wi-Fi 6 Router, the DIR-X1560, designed specifically to meet the needs of working and studying from the modern smart home. The DIR-X1560 provides seamless and highly reliable combined Wi-Fi speeds of up to 1,500Mbps and a simple way to upgrade an existing home network to next-generation Wi-Fi 6.
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The level of evil designed to emasculate this world power will shock you – just like the interconnection of all the bad players involved.
Just how smart can you make a home, and why? There are many buzzwords floating out on the internet, a confusing mishmash of technologies, standards, capability, compatibility. To dip my toes in the water, our friends at D-Link has kindly sent us a review unit of the Mini Wi-Fi Smart Plug (DSP-W118) to play with.
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