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  • Twist the TV in your direction with your smartphone: Vogels MotionMount review

    When you think of TV Wall mounts most of the time these days they are flat, super thin and fixed flat to the wall given the huge growth in super flat big-screen TVs lately.  What if you wanted something that twisted toward your optimal viewing position – well check...
  • Apple HomePod Review: Not what you think it is, but an Amazing speaker.

    The Apple HomePod is going to divide opinions over the weeks ahead – you’ll no doubt read about how it doesn’t hold a candle to it’s competitors while others will tell you about it’s amazing performance. It’s the Apple problem really – how do you introduce people to a...
  • Netgear X4S Range Extender Review

    Walking into any home today and you’ll easily count more than ten things that are in different rooms and all connect to the home network. From connected light bulbs to the doorbell, we’re adding more and more devices to our wireless network. We’re also adding them in places where...
  • Taking a High End Compact Camera to New Zealand

    We’ve tested plenty of cameras at EFTM in the past, most have a particular purpose or meet a particular need. On a recent holiday to New Zealand we carried along the Sony RX100 Mark 5. This is not a run of the mill compact camera, it is the Rolls...
  • The Volvo XC60 T8 will Spoil You

    In recent years one way to kill the mood in a conversation about cars would be to mention “hybrid” or “Volvo”. In the past they have been words uttered by those who didn’t care about looks or performance. Times have changed and surely staff has changed because Volvo is...
  • The Sony Smart Speaker Tested

    We have officially entered an age where if you’re buying a wireless speaker for the home it will also be “smart”. By smart, we mean voice enabled with controls that take it to another level. Overseas we’ve seen the Amazon Echo with Alexa, Apple is bringing the HomePod with...
  • Swann wire-free Smart Security Camera review: Head to head with Arlo the market leader

    When Swann announced their Smart Security Camera as a 100% wire-free product it felt like an important product for one of the biggest names in security who have been swamped by the new upstart to the home security market – Netgear, with their Arlo cameras. So, we’ve put them...
  • The Whole Mouth Care Package

    In a world where we’re all constantly looking for ways to improve ourselves the next gadget or quick fix must surely be around the corner. Whether it is the latest FitBit, the newest runners or the lighter sweat wicking gym gear, we’re all after it. There are plenty of...
  • A Quiet, Large and Illuminated Kettle

    Australia is a country full of tea drinkers, we love a Bushells tea more than an Italia loves a pizza, we even have our own Australian Breakfast tea because we were tired of the pinky pointed English Breakfast. For those four cup a day tea lovers out there we’ve...
  • XBOX One X First Impressions

    Since the beginning of XBOX we’ve been looking at this device to hold centre stage in the home, it wasn’t just a gaming console, it could play music and movies too. The dynamic around that capacity continues to grow. When the XBOX One S arrived it became one of...
  • iPhone X First Impressions: Stunning device, you just need to learn to cope without the home button.

    Interest in the iPhone X is bloody high, not in a long time can I remember so many people asking about a device from Apple other than the Apple Watch which was a whole new device.  The reason – this is the first new-look iPhone since 2014 so people...
  • The Nespresso Game has Changed

    The Nespresso range as we know it today has been in Australia for years, the pods that we buy are iconic, easy to recognise and many of us have a stockpile awaiting a large caffeinated party. As far as coffee machines go, Nespresso is the standard despite many attempts...
  • Sonos One, Australian Review

    When we attended the Sonos One event in New York we saw a familiar product unveiled and demonstrated. It was a speaker that looked similar to the Play 1 however the biggest different was on top. Sonos One isn’t a completely redesigned version of the 2013 Play 1 but...
  • Keeping Compact Cameras Relevant

    In a world of smartphones in every pocket there are few things keeping compact cameras relevant. For someone about to go on a trip it can be easy to assume that you’ll be fine just using your iPhone as your camera, but is that true? Taking selfies and pictures...
  • Navigation and Dashcam in One

    Owning a GPS unit was once seen as the only way to move away from the static street directory. As smartphones added navigation applications and cars came with built-in GPS navigation the reasons for buying a windscreen mounted GPS unit grew smaller. For years it was common to see...
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