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Review: Huawei WATCH GT 3 – The Smartwatch for Life

The smartwatch market continues to grow at an astounding rate with new models being released regularly. Gaps in the market for personal health performance monitoring and day-to-day convenience are disappearing fast. The Huawei WATCH GT 3 is a pack-leader with superior design, feature-packed craftsmanship and one of the longest-lasting batteries of any smartwatch. It is built for life.

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Review: BMW 530e – Fifty and Fabulous

The BMW 530e Plug-In Hybrid slots into the 5 Series range perfectly between the diesel and petrol models so sweetly that it's easy to forget any ICE models even exist. Add a stunning exterior and sumptuous interior and this is the ultimate four-door saloon available today.

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Review: Synology DS220+ NAS – Sleek Home Storage

The concept of a NAS is not a new one. Network-Attached Storage (NAS) has been around for quite some time – especially if you’re old enough to have shared a folder on a network from a Windows PC back in the day. And with the rise of music and video streaming, demand for in-home storage of mp3 (music) and mp4/mov (video) files has waned. That is if you look at NAS from the perspective of a decade ago. Today the NAS is fundamental to any content creator that needs...

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Preview: The New Ford Ranger

The Next-Gen Ford Ranger is a hugely important vehicle to Australia, and for Australia. Its global design and development has been led by a passionate and dedicated team from Ford Australia who has stopped at nothing to listen to customers and drive that knowledge into what will be one of the most capable trucks ever made.

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Review: Toyota HiLux Rogue – King of The Hill

The Toyota HiLux might have a lot more competition today, but that has not stopped this icon from showing those new entrants a clean pair of heels from time to time. Our review shows just how versatile and capable the light truck/4x4 segment has become - with the HiLux Rogue leading the way.

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Review: ag Audio – Japanese Precision & Quirks

Only a few years ago, there weren’t many options when it came to headphones and earphones. When the iPhone shipped, included in the box were a pair of wired EarPods with a standard 3.5mm audio plug. Then Samsung and LG and Huawei started shipping in-ear headphones with their smartphones. The first-mover advantage went to Apple and those white tangled cords were littered through backpacks, handbags and jeans pockets as they went through the wash. Bose, Beats, and Sennheiser were the alternatives. Today, there is an almost limitless array of...

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