If a guy who rarely enters his backyard can use a hedge trimmer, it’s a winner, and that means Husqvarna’s battery powered 45cm trimmer wins the gold, ticking the boxes and trimming the hedges, too.
The future of hard drive isn’t with moving parts, but rather with solid-state, like the stuff in memory cards, and if you want something beautifully designed, be prepared to pony up the cash.
Brick and mortar shops have always been under threat from the internet, but virtual reality could change everything, and two of Australia’s biggest shopping places has created a world first to test it with.
Some headphones are about bringing the music “the way the artist intended”, but a new Australian headphone concept is about matching your ears to the music.
If you fancy yourself an audiophile and adore your iPhone, you may want to consider a new gadget and accessory, not just because it will help there, but also give you a boost in power.
When it comes to backing up the iPhone or moving files to and from the thing, you haven’t had many options, but SanDisk has been working on something.
The latest computers are equipped with the latest ports, and one of these is the do-anything USB Type C port, with its reversible and harder to break connector. And now Samsung’s pint-sized external drive will work with it.
Smartwatches are often made people who go out, who are social, and who like to walk and run, but if you’re into catching fish, you haven’t had a lot of choice. Suunto is seeing to that with something special.
Virtual reality is coming, with Facebook’s Oculus, HTC’s Vive, and Samsung and Sony getting in for people without computers, but what is it really, and how does it work?
One feature on the iPad Pro can only be used with style of accessory: the dock connector, and it can only talk to keyboard cases. Right now, Apple’s Smart Keyboard is the only keyboard case to fill that void, but is it a void worth filling?