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  • 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...
  • iPhone 8 review: Late to the party, but wireless is the big seller

    So here’s the thing, you won’t notice much difference at a glance when you first pickup the iPhone 8 or 8 Plus. Front on, they look the same as the iPhone 7, and 6s, and 6 for that matter. To understand the value of the iPhone 8 you’ve got...
  • The Suzuki Vitara Experience

    There is no doubt that the SUV market in Australia is hotter than tarmac on a summer day. There aren’t too many families who haven’t got one or at least considering one. An SUV offers a higher ride for easy entry/loading and better visibility, the wagon styling also adds...
  • Honey, where are my keys?

    If you’ve ever asked the common question about your missing car/house keys then this product applies to you. If you have a bag which you travel with often then this bag is also for you. In fact, if there is an item that is important to you and needs...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • The all-new Audi Q5 and SQ5 review – luxury in an all new skin.

    Since 2009 there have been 25,500 sales of Audi’s popular Q range, however the Q range is most certainly bankrolled by the mammoth Q7 that accounts for 42 percent of sales. However, the previous Q5 had grown tired, so like the A5 it needed a kick in the pants....
  • Ford Escape Titanium 2017 Review

    So often it is easy to notice all the SUV owners and wonder why on earth they’re everywhere. Recent times has shown a huge trend towards a high riding hatch, all the way to a high riding wagon. Ford is catering for all sizes of SUV and we might...
  • Holden Captiva LTZ Review – EFTM Quick Fix.

    Scan the comments section of any motoring review forum when it comes to Holden’s surprisingly popular SUV and you won’t read nice things. Most of course have never driven one, some have and either want to start their life again or have been perfectly happy with the aging, but...
  • Foxtel Now review: Foxtel finally gets it.

    When the news of changes to Foxtel’s streaming service started to flow through, one had to be skeptical – what were they cutting, what was changing, how radical would this “new look” Foxtel be?  Well – I’ve given it a test, and it’s going to reshape the company –...
  • Microsoft Surface Studio Review: Putting Apple on notice

    The Microsoft Surface Studio – it’s a bold statement from Microsoft that they aren’t going anywhere.  A complete re-think of the PC that will have many designer types and trendsetters stuck with a quandary : is the iMac still the desirable desktop of choice? Let’s not beat around the...
  • Blackberry KEYone Review – Available July in Australia: $899

    After months of teasing us with it, Blackberry’s relaunch device – the KEYone is finally coming to Australia and we’ve been putting it through its paces to see how it will stack up in the market. Available next month (July) from JB HiFi, the KEYone will set you back...
  • Built Ford Tough, The Ranger Review

    My dad grew up in a different country and worked on a farm from a young age. Manual labour was the tool of trade and the donkey was the animal to keep things moving. As years went on, trucks would take the largest loads and slowly the humble ute...
  • Sphero Ultimate Lightning McQueen Review: What a toy, seriously impressive robotics from Sphero

    Nothing says impressive like a $500 price tag on a toy car – that is when it’s the Ultimate Lightning McQueen from Sphero.  This is not your average movie merchandise.  This is not your average toy. Sphero are the kings of robotics, their basic Sphero rolling boll toy was...
  • Ford Mondeo Titanium Wagon Review

    Before the rise of the “must have SUV” mentality when it comes to family cars, the wagon and large sedan dominated the roads. The likes of a Ford Falcon or Holden Commodore were the go-to options and they dominated driveways in Australia and even a taxi car of choice....
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