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  • Acer Spin 5 Review – Functional or Impractical?

    The Spin 5 is Acer’s reply to the convertible laptop craze that’s taken off in the last year. The thin, sleek and fashionable laptop weighs in at only 1.6kgs and makes working on the go both simple and elegant. Now that the pleasantries are out of the way, outside...
  • Kogan launches first convertible laptop: $399

    A touch-screen, convertible laptop with a stylus – $399 isn’t the price you’d expect to pay for that right? Kogan wants to challenge that. Now a laptop under $400 isn’t unheard of. Lenovo’s Miix, HP’s Stream among others – but Kogan’s stylish laptop that is fully convertible offers something...
  • There’s Something About Convertibles

    It was five years ago that I got to experience my first drive in a convertible, it was Hawaii and I couldn’t imagine seeing the place without a Mustang convertible. It wasn’t actually the first time I sat in one, my year 12 formal was made special with a...
  • Aventador S Roadster: Take a moment, drool, then enjoy

    As if the Aventador itself wasn’t enough, Lamborghini have introduced a new variant with a chopped roof and the wind in your hair – the Aventador S Roadster. They say it combines the technology and dynamics of the coupe with open air driving pleasure, I get that, and hey,...
  • Three devices, three options, Acer has you covered

    Laptops, Tablets, Convertibles, twistable, changeable, computing devices these days are very different to a few years ago let alone five or ten years ago.   We’ve been test driving a few from Acer which fit in some way across every single category of device....
  • MINI John Cooper Works Convertible: top-down go-kart style driving

    At $57,340 there’s certainly a whole lot of other cars you could buy for your money – but would they offer you the same zip and turn as the John Cooper Works MINI Convertible?  I think not....
  • A convertible 4WD – Range Rover Evoque Convertible: Review

    Just have a think for a moment, how many convertible 4WDs have you seen? That’s right – none. Unless you’ve been into a Range Rover dealership in the last few weeks....
  • Our Review: The super portable Samsung Galaxy TabProS with 4G

    When the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S was announced I didn’t think much of it – just another tablet from Samsung I thought, Likley great design and specs I thought, Samsung making sure they have the “pro” sized Tablet market covered I thought.  Oh how wrong I was.  This thing really is...
  • What’s the Jaguar F-type Convertible like to drive – EFTM Australian Review

    Jaguar certainly has a knack for producing cars with classic looks and a striking presence. The tradition remains well and truly alive with the new F-type, a stunner in every sense of the word. But just how practicable and liveable is the modern day reincarnation of the glorious E-type?...
  • The Garage – Jaguar F-Type Convertible S/C V6

    Is it a performance car, is it a supercar? The very fact we’ve asked the question says plenty about the Jaguar F-type Convertible that this week sits in the EFTM Garage. Triumphant looks, feral exhaust note and a turn of pace that will cause a goose bump flair-up, here’s...
  • The New Audi A3 Cabriolet – Driven By EFTM

    Kangaroo Island, only Tasmania and Melville Island off the Northern Territory coast are bigger. This week the southern oasis was the scene for the national launch of the 2014 Audi A3 Cabriolet. With zero traffic and an abundance of open and sometimes demanding roads, it proved to be the...
  • Volkswagen confirm Polo R, show off Golf GTi convertible

    It’s what all Australian hot hatch fans have been waiting for. Conformation of the Polo R. And also what none of them want, the Golf GTi convertible. But sadly, or happily, neither have been confirmed for Australia....
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