Category Archives: Technology

FUJIFILM launches ultra-short throw high-brightness FP-Z8000 projector

FUJIFILM has launched its new FP-Z8000 Projector. It joins the line-up of the Z Series of ultra-short throw projectors equipped with the world’s first folded two-axial rotatable lens. Continue reading FUJIFILM launches ultra-short throw high-brightness FP-Z8000 projector

D-Link launches new HD Wi-Fi Camera with AI person detection

D-Link ANZ has launched its DCS-8300LHV2 Full HD Wi-Fi Camera with AI-based person detection. The camera slots into D-Link’s mydlink security and home automation eco-system. Continue reading D-Link launches new HD Wi-Fi Camera with AI person detection

EPOS GTW 270 Hybrid wireless earbuds review

EPOS’s GTW 270 Hybrid closed acoustic gaming wireless earbuds provide gamers with an audio solution that can fit in their pocket.

The GTW 270 Hybrid kit comes with two in-ear wireless earbuds, each with a stylish metallic insert carrying the Epos logo, a wireless dongle, charging case and some USB cables. Continue reading EPOS GTW 270 Hybrid wireless earbuds review

TerraMaster F2-210 NAS review

TerraMaster’s F2-210 two-drive network attached storage offers a solution for all those media files and backups. Continue reading TerraMaster F2-210 NAS review

AMD Radeon RX 6800 review

AMD’s Radeon RX 6800 is a DirectX 12 Ultimate compatible graphics card, ready to power the upcoming games that will utilise Microsoft’s newest gaming technology. Continue reading AMD Radeon RX 6800 review

EPOS Expand 80 Bluetooth speakerphone review

EPOS continues to make waves in the professional and gaming audio marketplace. The EPOS Expand 80 may be just what you are looking for as work starts to normalise, but remote Microsoft Teams video calls remain. Continue reading EPOS Expand 80 Bluetooth speakerphone review

D-Link AC1200 4G/LTE Cat 6 Wi-Fi Hotspot review

D-Link’s DWR-933 AC1200 4G/LTE Cat 6 Wi-Fi Hotspot allows users to take their Internet connectivity with them. Continue reading D-Link AC1200 4G/LTE Cat 6 Wi-Fi Hotspot review

Aspera R9 review

Aspera produces cheap, no-nonsense Android phones for the ANZ market. It’s something that they do very well, offering very good value products, if a bit plasticky and feature-limited.

I was expecting the same of the Aspera R9.

The R9 is touted as a rugged, waterproof, shockproof mobile phone. It certainly looks the part. The chunky phone with its rubber and alloy chassis, complete with orange trim, wouldn’t look out of place in a toolbox. Continue reading Aspera R9 review