Taylor Swift to Headline the Amazon Prime Day Concert
Ten-time GRAMMY Award-winning artist Taylor Swift will headline the Prime Day Concert on 10 July 2019, streaming live on Prime Video at 11 am on 11 July (and on-demand for a limited time) for Prime members in Australia, in a first-of-its-kind event that celebrates the best in Amazon entertainment, exclusively for Prime members.
The Prime Day Concert presented by Amazon Music and hosted by award-winning actress Jane Lynch (The Marvelous Mrs Maisel, Glee) will provide an unforgettable experience for members worldwide with an evening of additional performances from chart-topping artists including two-time GRAMMY Award-winning artist Dua Lipa, multi-award-winning artist SZA, and global superstar Becky G.
Amazon Echo Show 5 takes piccies too
Amazon’s new Echo Show 5 is a 5.5”, 960 x 480 touch screen with a 1MP 720p camera and a single 1.65” 4W speaker. At $129 it is cheaper than the round screen Echo Spot ($199) and the 10.1” Echo Show ($349). It has Wi-Fi AC dual band and BT 4.x.
If you are in the Amazon Alexa echo system (bad pun), it is the best entry-level video/speaker. It will display Amazon Prime video content, Ring security cameras and has access to more than 20,000 skills.
BeerDroid makes beer you can drink – you control it via the app
Cost is $799 with free shipping in Australia – hmmm I suspect we need to review this!
While in the kitchen – Panasonic releases a six-door mirror glass fridge
The NR-F603GTX is a Japanese made, ultra-premium, stunning mirror finish, six-door, 682l (320 fridge/320 freezer/122 vegetables/ with an icemaker and a fresh freezing chamber. In case you are interested, it is 1828 (h), 685 (w) x 745 (d)mm and costs $5499 (although Retravision has it for a more reasonable $3998).
It has a soft freeze option -3° ‘Prime Fresh Case’ to keep frozen food for up seven days – handy as you can cook without defrosting.
The four bottom draws roll outwards, and the top two doors open French style enabling a large capacity in a smaller wall cavity. Of course its energy efficient and has every conceivable latest fridge technology.
Speaking of Brrr – Panasonic’s new air conditioner range will take away the winter chills
We can’t speak too highly of Panasonic ACs. Quiet, inverter technology and energy efficient.
The series features app/voice control and Panasonic’s nanoeX air purifying system, which neutralises harmful indoor pollutants such as allergens, bacteria and odours, to create a fresher and healthier living environment for Australian homes.
The new R32 Z series Premium Reverse Cycle Wall Split range is available from leading appliance retailers and Panasonic Air Conditioning specialist dealers in June 2019, with full five-year part and labour warranty.