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We’ve seen both what Motorola calls the high and the low end of its mobile phone spectrum, and now it’s time to check out the mid-range, as Motorola’s “G” enters the appropriately initialled GadgetGuy labs.
Home theatre component maker Oppo has been making phones since 2008, but we haven’t seen many here except through specialist retailers, but that’s set to change with Australia now on the list.
We’ve said all year that 2014 would be the year that 55 inch TVs became the average size for people, leading last year’s push on 47 inches, and with prices dropping, we can see why. JB HiFi’s house brand Soniq seems to be leading this charge, with a 55 inch falling to $699.
The action camera that started it all has certainly shown that it can survive a lot of things, but can it survive being on the back of your dog? Now you can find out.
Kogan has a history of making budget devices for the Aussie market, and the Agora 4G totally fits that bill, offering LTE connectivity for just a hair over $200. Is it worth it, or should you spend a little more?
The content may still be lacking, but 4K TVs are getting easier to find, and now that Kogan is entering the Ultra HD world, it’s time for one of Kogan’s cost-cutting competitors to do the same, with an 84 inch model inbound.
We ended last week with a phone review, so it only makes sense that we start this week with some phone news, and here it is, as Kogan announces a 5 inch 4G handset for around $230.
Australia’s popular e-tailer Kogan seems intent on getting every gadget in its price comparison targets, moving past phones, tablets, and TVs, and bringing a cost cutting 3D printer.
Every year, the average size for TV purchases changes, and while last year 47 inches was where it was at, this year it’s all about 55 inch tellies, with prices dropping below a grand.