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The JBL Quantum 600 review you need to read

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Today JBL announced that it is bringing their huge and diverse Quantum range to Australia. We’ve been given a JBL Quantum 600 to trial and give an honest review for you. Here’s what we thought. Who is this for? The Quantum 600 is a wireless gaming headset that is clearly aimed at gamers – it can obviously be used for other things too, such as online meetings (that our current […]

Top Sci-fi Movies and Series to Check

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Are you looking to watch the best sci-fi movies? We have compiled a list of top movies based on their overall success, ratings and reviews. Best movies are those who entertain the people and provide them with a beautiful experience. If movies are something that excites you, it is time for you to explore the best custom essay services. Top Classic Sci-fi Movies Sci-fi is undoubtedly the most popular genre […]

Tonor rescues online meetings and podcasts with their TC-777 microphone

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In the current world, everything is virtual, and it’s our new way of life. The requires us getting up to speed with our tech accessories, importantly a microphone. Let me introduce you to the TC-777 from Tonor. The TONOR TC-777 is best described as the best choice for an entry-level desktop mic. With a high cost-performance, and complete accessories, its what you’ve been waiting for. The ideal person for this […]

Solid Work On Home Applications for iPhone and Android

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Office-based professionals have two kinds: One who opts to work on-site, regardless of the difficulties of the commuting, wardrobe, and set hours because working with colleagues in person could not be replicated. The other professional opts to work from home, steering clear of commuting, choosing to work in solitude, or with the company of nonhuman co-workers.  See Also: Australia To Become 5G World Leader Whatever type of office professional you […]

How to Keep your employees safe by investing in a Touchless Visitor Management System?

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Humanity, today is in the middle of one big crisis. Believed to have started from the fish market of Wuhan, COVID-19 has spread its wings to all parts of the world, right to Europe, Asia to America. Till date, there is no preventive vaccine and cure for the Coronavirus, and the only way to save ourselves is following the norms of social distancing. As governments worldwide easing the measures of […]

Goodbye Evernote, OneNote, Notes, and hello Milanote!

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You think I’m being dramatic? I’m not.  Hello, Milanote! This is an amazing tool for organising your creative projects into beautiful visual boards. “Created to replicate the feeling of working on a wall in a creative studio – visual, tactile and sometimes a bit messy”… but honestly, it’s what we’ve all wanted for a while. Milanote comes with a lot of built-in templates to get started with a variety of […]

2019 In Review: Top Laptops to Purchase

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We are back again with our list of most popular laptops of this year. This list will cover some of the best machines on the market that money can buy, based on the type you are after.

Pump Air 2 Review: A new favourite from BlueAnt

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Released today from the Melbourne based sound pioneers BlueAnt, who have clearly spent the time to produce something that is not just sexy to look at but puts out high quality audio, let me be the one to introduce the Pump Air 2 microbuds. THE SOUND Utilising Bluetooth 5.0, and backing of a company with 16 years of experience in bluetooth – you would expect a good result. The Pump Air […]

Review: iPhone 7 – Some very specific field notes

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The iPhone 7 is a clear stepping stone, but it’s one that people have been asking for for years now. And in my view, that’s a good thing. Whenever Apple makes the iPhone thinner and lighter people say that they don’t care about thinness or lightness. They want a thicker phone with a better battery. Critics don’t care about looks or gimmicks, they want functionality. And while the iPhone 7 […]

Halo 5 Guardians Review: Whose Side Are You On?

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Halo 5 Guardians Review Whose side are you on? By Adrian Cajili The wait is finally over. Adrian Cajili reviews the second part of the Reclaimer Saga. Halo 5: Guardians is the ninth installment in the Halo franchise, continuing the story of Master Chief, and introducing Spartan Jameson Locke, a playable protagonist that gives players another perspective of the events in the campaign. The game takes place a year after […]

HANDS ON: PlayStation VR, is it worth the hype?

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TechGeek is currently at PAX Aus 2015 in Melbourne, and I was lucky enough to get my hands on the upcoming VR headset from PlayStation. There’s been a lot of hype about the hardware recently, with rumours of a new Until Dawn title being in development for use on the headset (and also general excitement that it’s even coming out). But I’m here to give the straight facts about this […]

Braving The Wasteland: Mad Max Review

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Mad Max Review Braving the Wasteland By Emily Roach Can they keep it interesting? Emily Roach reviews the reboot of the Mad Max franchise. Mad Max is a gritty, mechanical post-apocalyptic franchise of films and games. It following the plights of Max, in the original movies known as Max Rockatansky, as he survives alone in The Wasteland, braving bandits and severe resource shortages. The next-gen platform game, published by Warner […]

Review: Grow Home for PS4

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Grow Home is my favourite game of the year. With a beautiful polygonal art-style, bright colours, and fabulous climbing mechanics, it’s admittedly simple, but perfect. And yet the PlayStation 4 port, which was just released today for free through PlayStation Plus, runs like crap on the console. But more on that a little later. As the game’s name suggests, Grow Home sees you grow a plant into the heavens.The bigger your plant […]

The Final Curtain: Batman Arkham Knight Review

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The Batman: Arkham trilogy has time and again proven itself to be one of the most popular games series on market. Arkham Asylum broke into the Guinness Book of World Records in the category of “Most Critically Acclaimed Superhero Game Ever” when released, and was only knocked out of the position by its sequel Arkham City. Arkham Origins, standing as a prequel to the pair, was not as groundbreaking, but was still met with positive reviews.

Review: Bose QuietComfort 25

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If you look around at any airport, you’re most likely to see at least one person with a set of Bose headphones. Why? Because they’re fantastic. The QuietComfort 25’s are no exception. With fantastic active noise cancelling features and sound quality that wow’s, you’d understand the $400 RRP price tag. The QuietComfort 25 is the first update to the headphones in over 5 years and the improvement in design and […]