Norton unveils its Norton Core Wi-Fi Router

For nearly thirty years Norton has been protecting our devices from potentially devastating malicious code via their range of antivirus and firewall software.

At CeBIT Australia 2018, held in Sydney’s new state-of-the -art International Convention Centre, Norton launched their first foray into hardware, the Norton Core Wi-Fi Router. Continue reading Norton unveils its Norton Core Wi-Fi Router

D-Link DAP-1860 AC2600 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Range Extender review

With more and more of our devices connecting to our home network via Wi-Fi, good network coverage throughout your home is essential. Until recently, having reasonable Wi-Fi in the lounge was all you really needed, but now modern families expect to be able to stream Netflix from every little nook and cranny in the house. Continue reading D-Link DAP-1860 AC2600 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Range Extender review

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 Deluxe Edition Nintendo Switch review

The madcap adventures of Monkey D. Luffy’s and the Straw Hat Pirates go portable.

The One Piece manga series, written and illustrated by Eliichiro Oda started out as a serial in Japan’s famous Sh?nen Jump weekly anthology magazine. It has since been collected into graphic albums, available the world over, spawned a cartoon show by Toei Animation as well as many animated feature films. Continue reading One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 Deluxe Edition Nintendo Switch review

Solo: A Star Wars Story review

Sacked directors, reshoots and a rookie leading-man, the second Star Wars spin-off movie, Solo: A Star Wars Story has disaster written all over it.

Writing the Han Solo movie was the carrot that got Lawrence Kasdan, co-writer of The Empire Strikes Back and The Return of the Jedi, on board to revisit to write The Force Awakens. In Solo: A Star Wars Story Kasdan and his son, Jonathan, take us back to witness the events that forged everybody’s favourite scoundrel. Continue reading Solo: A Star Wars Story review

Asus ZenBook Flip S UX370U review

The Asus ZenBook Flip S is a laptop that doubles as a tablet, and even comes with a stylus.

You’ve got to hand it to Asus. On the one hand they create gaming hardware packed full of in-your-face awesome that’s as subtle as a punch in the guts, but on the other hand they create stylish equipment sure to be the envy of the boardroom. Continue reading Asus ZenBook Flip S UX370U review

Jaybird Run True Wireless Sport Headphones review

Designed by and built by runners, but are they any good? I check out Jaybird’s Run True Wireless Sport Headphones.

Wireless headphones are awesome. Having a couple of tiny buds in your ears, streaming your favourite music, via Bluetooth, from your phone, safe in your pocket without having a tangle of wires under your chin is the future today. Continue reading Jaybird Run True Wireless Sport Headphones review

Thrones of Britannia: A Total War Saga PC review

Creative Assembly takes a trip to Ancient Britain in a spin-off of their award winning Total War series.

Set in 878AD, Thrones of Britannia: A Total War Saga covers a period of internal turmoil as Alfred the Great seeks to unify the kingdoms of Britannia. As if finding common ground amongst the English, Welsh and Gaelic people wasn’t enough, the even-present Vikings place a further threat to unification.  Continue reading Thrones of Britannia: A Total War Saga PC review

QNAP TS-453Be 4-bay NAS review

Never has our ability to accumulate data been as great as it is right now. With high-speed broadband and mobile devices bombarding us with files, managing multimedia storage for easy access to all our videos, music and photographs is getting to be a real issue.

This is where NAS (Network Attached Storage) solutions come in handy. The QNAP TS-453Be can sort out all your storage needs and them some. It’s a remote storage solution that can house four 3.5” or 2.5” hard drives, with space for an M.2 SSD. Continue reading QNAP TS-453Be 4-bay NAS review

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