Geoff Quattromani

You may have seen Geoff on YouTube where his tech videos saw millions of views or heard him while he talks tech across the radio waves. In his day job though he is an IT manager, a lover of Formula 1, great food and wine and obviously; technology.
  • Tested: HP Spectre x2

    The tablet market would safely be dominated by the iPad still, the laptop market is still mostly dominated by Windows based computers. Many people own both, a tablet is very different to a laptop in form but also in function. Generally, an iPad is a consumption device and a...
  • The All in One Outdoor Buddy

    With summer just around the corner we’ll all start venturing outside soon to make the most of that warm weather. With friends around you’ll be looking to do a few things such as play music from your phone, keep it charged and have a drink. OZEPOD is a new...
  • A Special Occasion Marked with Whisky

    Falling in love with something is a special moment. That moment is generally remembered forever. Sharing that moment, well, that’s when it allows others to feel alive again. One special moment was for a young boy named Eddie Russell who, in 1981, was led up some old stairs in...
  • Aussie Cars Set to Star on Forza 7

    The next instalment of the Forza series is set to arrive before the end of the year and we honestly cannot wait. The game has promised a huge list of cars and tracks at launch and each week we’ve been receiving updates on what some of those cars are....
  • 5 Star Dining and Accommodation comes to Western Sydney

    For years we have heard that Parramatta is set to be the “second city” of Sydney, growing to be a serious precinct with all the mod-cons a typical city requires. We’ve seen the stadium fall for rebuild and the restaurant scene bring in serious names, now we see the...
  • Wine Lovers Set To Flock to Sydney

    As the weather slowly warms up and a day out doesn’t require a scarf, jacket and sweater, festivals become exciting again. On 14th and 15th of October, Rosehill Racecourse will host the Sydney Wine Festival. Over 60 wineries will be there over the weekend serving solely NSW wines. This is...
  • Hisense Series 7 Review

    2017 is really the year of 4K televisions and if you’re in the market for a TV upgrade this year you are unlikely moving from a big ol’ CRT television. Most of us are looking to upgrade an old Plasma TV or early model LCD television that is perhaps...
  • New Shaver Set to Tackle Thick, Thin and Tricky

    Braun are a household name when it comes to products in the bathroom with toothbrushes and shavers topping the list for us men. Their focus on innovation and desire to be the best keeps their products improving year on year. Their latest announcement follows this trend. The Braun Series...
  • Samsung Goes Head On with Sonos in a Soundbar Fight

    Today Samsung have announced the local availability of their premium soundbar, the MS750. This soundbar is a premium all in one home theatre device that drives simplicity and a great audio experience. Samsung have also chosen to match the Sonos Playbar and Playbase on pricing hitting the high $999 mark....
  • Adding Port to the Dessert

    A bottle of Port is stereotypically seen in a grandfathers liquor cabinet, sipped slowly while sitting on an old leather couch and under the low light from a lamp shade. For that reason people generally aren’t keen to experiment or try new ways of enjoying this fortified wine. Before...
  • Improving your TV audio doesn’t need to be expensive

    Televisions are becoming larger, thinner and more beautiful than ever before. With the improved visual experience has been a less impressive audio experience. As a result, manufacturers are turning to seperate audio devices – usually sold separately. Home theatre systems were the main option years ago, surrounding your room...
  • Never Cry Over Spilt Wine or Coffee Again

    Starting the day with coffee is a typical human tradition. A poorly made coffee is bad, spilling your coffee is the worst though. If you talk with your hands at all then you’ve likely knocked over a vase, a coffee, a wine glass or even a person. A smart...
  • Monitor your baby with Netgear

    Earlier in the year at CES, we reported the news of the Netgear Arlo Baby. It is a smart baby monitor which essentially takes the technology, and even some components, from the security camera range and applies it to a cute looking toy that can keep an eye on you...
  • Bosch eBike System Tested

    It’s been over 200 years since the bicycle first landed on the planet, the concept of riding a horse which had wheels for legs and wasn’t actually a horse was an insane idea. The bicycle has gone through so many changes such as gearing, braking systems, manufacturing materials of...
  • Keeping Handrails Clean So You Can Hold On

    Escalator, Spanish for “moving staircase”, is also a hygiene nightmare. Here we have a staircase that moves on it’s own, you’re meant to stand as it takes you up or down and to do so safely we tell our kids to hold onto the handrail. Many don’t follow this...
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