Category: Tech


Foul Play Review

Foul Play is a rather curious little side-scrolling brawler developed by the independent studio Mediatonic, originally released onto PC and Xbox 360 in 2013, bu...

Review: Fitbit Charge HR

The Fitbit Charge HR is the ultimate tracking device. I'd tried the majority of fitness devices and smart watches on the market but none do it as well as the ...

Review: GAEMS Vanguard

The GAEMS Vanguard is a serious piece of tech. The first thing you will notice upon taking the unit out of the box is just how sleek the device is. The hard s...

Review: PlayStation TV

The first reaction that you will have to the PlayStation TV is that it's overwhelmingly small. The PlayStation TV sizes up at 65mm wide, 105mm tall and just 1...

Review: D-Link DIR-868L

The D-Link DIR-868L follows the latest trend of design from D-Link. It's cylindrical in shape and comes in white, black, red and blue. On the front of the route...

Review: D-Link DSL-2870B

The D-Link DSL-2870B is one of the latest routers from D-Link. It has an extremely minimal design and this is something that I really like about it. Most router...
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Review: Jawbone UP24

The Jawbone UP24 looks almost identical to it's older brother. The band now comes in black and orange and both look fantastic. It's still covered in a rubber ...

Review: Xbox One Media Remote The original Xbox 360 launched with a media remote, so it was surprising to say the least that Microsoft decided n...

Review: Astro A50s

The A50s are presented in a large box that has a black cardboard outer shell. Taking the box out of this shell reveals a beautiful graffitied design. You will...
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D-Link DSL-2890AL Router Review

D-Link have released the DSL-2890AL. It is one of the first to support 802.11ac and touted as the new wireless router for gamers. It retails for $299.95AUD ...