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Sony α7 II v Sony α7 S
Sony launched the α7 II last month and α7 S last June. Both are reasonably priced full-frame mirrorless cameras, but they are targeted at completely different users.
Garmin Vivosmart
Other than tracking your fitness activities, Vivosmart can connect to your smartphone via Bluetooth and display notifications.
Logitech Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard K480
Logitech's engineers must have one day decided they really needed a single keyboard they could use with any device, no matter what platform. Perhaps that was how the Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard K480 was born.
Asus Strix Pro gaming headset
The avian influence is unmistakable. When folded flat, the ear cups of the Asus Strix Pro resemble the eyes of an owl. Its foldable design makes it easy to take to LAN parties, though Asus does not include a carrying case.
Laptop Review : Aftershock S-17
Aftershock's latest high-end laptop is a step towards sleek, powerful gaming machines. It weighs 3.3kg, which sounds like a lot until you learn that one of its biggest rivals, Asus' ROG G751 is over 5kg.
Casio G-Shock GBA-400 G'Mix
Strictly speaking, Casio's G-Shock GBA-400 G'Mix is not a smartwatch. But it has Bluetooth and can be used to change the music tracks and adjust the volume on your smartphone.
Km3 Focus – Global Trending (Part 1)
It’s a well-known fact that, in days gone by, the performance Fords we all know and love were pretty much reserved for the Great British public. It’s true, of course, that some did make it overseas, especially in competition Cosworth trim, but as a rule, if it had XR, RS or ST on the back of it, then the chances are the steering wheel was on the right hand side.
2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Coupe – Catching Rays
At a recent SMMT event, Chevrolet had brought along their new baby, the C7 Corvette Stingray, to show the Euro journos that America is still building a world-class sports car. Or are they? I had about 15 minutes to find out.
Review : Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX100
Unlike its predecessors, which use the 1/1.7-inch or smaller image sensors, the LX100 uses a 16-megapixel Micro Four Thirds (MFT) image sensor found in Panasonic's interchangeable lens mirrorless cameras.
Review : Asus ROG GR8
The Asus ROG GR8 console PC was conceived as a "Steam Machine" - a gaming computer which runs Valve's SteamOS platform.
Review : Acer Aspire V Nitro Black Edition
Acer is the latest PC vendor to launch a gaming laptop. The Aspire V Nitro joins the HP Omen as new entrants to a field dominated by brands such as Asus and Dell Alienware.
Dragon Age: Inquisition
Dragon Age is a role-playing game (RPG) franchise set in the rich fantasy world of Thedas, with different countries, clans and races, and with stories as expansive as those in the Lord Of The Rings fantasy universe.
Klipsch R6
It may sound exciting at times, but it is nowhere near as neutral sounding and accurate as a few of the other headphones in this review, such as the Sony XBA-A2 and B&O BeoPlay H3.
PowerBeats2 Wireless
The PowerBeats2 is Beats' first wireless in-ear model. Like the Jabra Sport Pulse, it is aimed at athletes with its sweat-resistant design. But it lacks the fitness-tracking features of the Jabra, so it is meant purely for music playback.
Jabra Sport Pulse
Used with the Jabra companion app, it can track fitness statistics such as pace, cadence and calories burned. I also like that it is compatible with popular training apps such as Endomondo, RunKeeper, Strava and MapMyFitness.
Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay H3
It starts with the jointless construction of the body. Designed by one of Denmark's most recognised industrial designers, Mr Jakob Wagner, the H3's body is crafted from a single block of aluminium.
Sony XBA-A2
I like the XBA-A2 so much that I revisited nearly every track of my music collection with it during the review - just to hear what sonic thrills I have been missing all this while.
Sennheiser Urbanite XL
It comes with those flat linguini-like cables which I like, because they are less likely to get tangled up in bags compared with regular cables. I also like that the cables are removable and therefore replaceable.
Samsung Level Over
From far, the Samsung Level Over headphones look like a clone of the Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H6, with both sharing similar colour schemes and a two-tone motif.
Sony MDR-1ADAC
The Sony MDR-1ADAC and Focal Spirit Classic are likely to be on the shortlist of those searching for headphones in the $500 range. But they could not be more different - both in looks and sonics.
Focal Spirit Classic
French hi-fi brand Focal may be one of the newer headphones makers, but it has garnered accolades with offerings like the Spirit One and Spirit Professional.
Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H6
Audiophile brand Bang & Olufsen is known for its product design. The Beoplay H6 does not disappoint and is a good bet to turn heads with its natural leather finish and polished metal earcups.
Track Goddess Creating An M8 Replica To Pound The Tracks Of New Zealand (Part 1)
So what links the names Venus, Salome, Phoenix, Arabella, Sibella, Sophia, Passion and Helga? More to the point, what has that got to do with BMWs? The answer is surprisingly simple to one man – Alan Ferguson, an audiologist with a collection of BMWs that includes no less than eight, 8 Series cars.
Mobile review : Samsung Galaxy Note Edge 4G
This has culminated in this year's Galaxy Note 4 - a remarkable phablet which puts its competitors to shame - and its Note Edge variant. Too bad Samsung's habit of coming up with several versions of the same thing - most notably its tablets - is distracting consumers from seeing how innovative this new device is.
Review : Philips Shaver S9711
The use of shaving cream, water and an electric shaver brought about new-found freedom and comfort to my face. The heat generated by the moving blades dissipated upon contact with water and being able to wash the shaver under running water simplified the cleaning process.
Game review : The Evil Within
The Evil Within is a game released several years too late. Directed by Shinji Mikami, the creator of the hit horror game series Resident Evil, it feels out of touch with modern game designs.
Review : Linksys E8350 AC2400 Dual-Band Gigabit Wi-Fi Router
The Linksys E8350, part of the latest "Wave 2" generation of Wi-Fi routers, is among the fastest wireless routers available. It is the second router after the Asus RT-AC87U to provide 2,400Mbps in wireless-transmission capacity.
Samsung Galaxy Gear S
It has a nano-SIM card slot on its rear, so that it can work on its own without the need to be paired with a smartphone. This includes receiving e-mail messages, calling and sending SMS messages.
Pebble Steel
The Pebble Steel is the premium version of the original Pebble smartwatch, famed for its crowdfunding origins which saw US$10 million (S$12.9 million) being raised.
LG G Watch R
Although it has a round face, the LG G Watch R departs from the design norm of using most of the watch face as an analogue display and leaving the rest for smart functions.
 
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