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FUJIFILM INSTAX Mini Link portable printer review

FUJIFILM INSTAX Mini Link portable printer review

As-the-saying-goes, the best camera is the one that's with you. For the majority of people, that is their smartphone and FUJIFILM South Africa is providing a way for them to convert those memories into physical keep-sakes for their wallets, albums, scrapbooks and...

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Asus ZenBook 14 (UX434F) review

Asus ZenBook 14 (UX434F) review

The majority of smartphones look and work the same, so when you have innovative features introduced such as with the foldable Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X, they get a lot of attention and consumer interest. When it comes to laptops, Asus is no stranger to pushing the...

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Acer Predator Helios 300 (2019)

Acer Predator Helios 300 (2019)

Acer provides a wide range of gaming laptops to cater to various tastes and budgets, with the Nitro range targeting more budget-conscious users whilst the Predator range caters to the needs of gamers looking for devices at the premium end of the pricing spectrum. The...

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Fujifilm instax mini LiPlay review

Fujifilm instax mini LiPlay review

For fans of instant photography, scrapbooking aficionados, and those who prefer to have physical printed out photos that capture special moments in their lives, Fujifilm offers its new instax mini LiPlay, which does double duty as both an instant camera and a photo...

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Energizer Power Max P490s quick review

Energizer Power Max P490s quick review

Battery life is becoming more and more important with midrange smartphones, especially for devices slotting in at the lower end of the pricing spectrum or below the R2500 mark. We recently reviewed the Nokia 3.2, which packs a large 4000 mAh battery and a promised two...

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EVERKI Onyx premium 15.6-inch laptop backpack review

EVERKI Onyx premium 15.6-inch laptop backpack review

Roadwarriors ranging from C-Suite executives through to travelling sales staff will appreciate EVERKI's Onyx backpack, which boasts expertly crafted construction, quality materials and intuitive design, helping to make the arduous life on the road safer and way more...

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Nokia 2.2 – What you need to know

Nokia 2.2 – What you need to know

While we love to get our hands on the latest and greatest technology, especially when it comes to smartphones, most people opt for a more affordable device that can fit all of their needs and their budget. One of those is the Nokia 2.2 from HMD Global, which packs a...

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Nokia 3.2 quick review

Nokia 3.2 quick review

Nokia is aiming to liberate smartphone users of battery life anxiety with the Nokia 3.2 smartphone which packs in a large 4000 mAh battery and a promised two days worth of battery life. Even power users will get to a day and a half of usage, using the Nokia 3.2 while...

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LG Q60 review

LG Q60 review

Besides the flagship G8S ThinQ, LG also offers a more affordable and value-packed Q60 aimed at smartphone users on a tight budget, who do not want to miss out on features or design appeal. The Q60 looks smart thanks to its shiny and reflective back colour and two-tone...

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HISENSE INFINITY H30 review

HISENSE INFINITY H30 review

Chinese company Hisense is celebrating its 50 year anniversary this year, with the company being renowned locally for its Smart TV sets and home appliances that offer tremendous spec bang for your bucks. With the midrange Infinity H30, the company is aiming to offer...

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Fitbit Ionic review

Fitbit Ionic review

The Ionic was the first smartwatch to be released by global wearable brand Fitbit. The Ionic boasts a nano-moulded unibody construction that also incorporates 6000 series aerospace-grade aluminium, it feels quite sturdy, and quality in hand. This smartwatch is a...

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IQOS 3 review

IQOS 3 review

Technology is revolutionising every industry and sector, enabling companies of all sizes to do more with less, faster, more efficiently and for cheaper. It is allowing businesses to innovate, not only in terms of their products and services, but also their business...

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Nokia 9 PureView review

Nokia 9 PureView review

Since assuming control over the Nokia brand, HMD Global has released a string of beautifully crafted handsets running near-stock Android, which offer great feature bang for the money. The Nokia 9 PureView is no exception, since the stunning smartphone packs an...

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Fujifilm X-T100 quick review

Fujifilm X-T100 quick review

Fujifilm's X-T100 is an entry-level addition to the Japanese company’s highly successful X Series range of mirrorless digital cameras. It boasts an eye-catching SLR-style body design and offers lots of spec and feature bang for its RRP of R11 500. At that price, the...

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Acer Spin 5 review

Acer Spin 5 review

The lightweight (around 1.2 kg) and portable (15.9 mm thin) Acer Spin 5 is enclosed in a stylish metal casing, that exumes quality and feels great in hand. Acer's Spin 5 attempts to tick a number of boxes for professionals, postgraduate students, and the users that...

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BlackBerry Key2 review

BlackBerry Key2 review

The first BlackBerry KeyOne (review) was a good smartphone choice for business focussed users, who needed a device to keep them productive and secure. The new Key2 builds on this, by offering an enhanced camera experience, upgraded specs and an even better typing...

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Nokia 7 Plus review

Nokia 7 Plus review

For the majority of smartphone users in South Africa, the decision to purchase a certain smartphone depends on a variety of factors including its price, the feature-set it offers, and the brand (yes it still matters to more than just Apple users). At a recommended...

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Acer Swift 3 review

Acer Swift 3 review

Acer is of the opinion that affordable and midrange notebooks should be as stylish as the laptops at the top end and the Swift 3 is proof of that. The Acer Swift 3 is a looker and unlike the current crop of midrange laptops, the Swift 3 does not skimp out either when...

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