A stylus may seem a small, incidental accessory, but this precision pointer proves perfect for turning any capacitive-touchscreen device into a basic but workable graphics tablet. We tested the Jot Pro with a number of different tablets, across a ran...
Samsung certainly hasn't been shy in attempting to create new product categories, and the Korean giant is trying again with the Galaxy Gear. Unfortunately, while the Gear is a nifty gadget with some cool and interesting features, it's overpriced and ...
Mobile printing has never been easier. For a busy office, reliable and easy-to-use tools are essential. Samsung's latest smart printers are equipped for wireless printing from mobile devices. Find out more about what is all about.
Sony’s latest smartwatch aims to be a notification device above all else. No camera, no speaker, no microphone – it’s no Galaxy Gear, nor does it want to be. That simple approach results in a smart, focused and genuinely useful little piece of weara...
Livescribe’s fourth generation smart pen, the Livescribe 3, is a revolutionary step for the vendor. Unlike its predecessors, it does not have an built-in microphone, speaker, or storage, but employs an app-centric model that relies on an iOS-based de...
The Nest Protect is a smoke and carbon monoxide detector that allows users to control its settings and check its battery life using a dedicated iOS or Android app.
TomTom is best known for its in-car navigation systems but the company has just released its first range of GPS watches in Australia. We got a hold of the entry-level TomTom Multi-Sport GPS watch, which retails for $249. It's targeted at athletes who...
The Beddit Sleep Tracker claims to automatically track your sleep, heart rate, breathing rhythm, movements and snoring, and will also monitor the amount of noise and light in your bedroom.
Withings, best known for its Wi-Fi scales, is jumping into the market with the Pulse, a small activity tracker with an OLED screen and the ability to measure your heart rate.
The Philips Hue is one of a few ‘connected’ light bulbs that will become available in Australia and around the world in 2013. It combines a powerful red-green-blue-white LED lamp with a low-power Wi-Fi mesh network, all inside a standard-size light b...
Any motorcycle rider knows that there can be a funky stink that hovers around you on rides. This isn’t caused by riding in the tailwind of garbage trucks, but from sitting in traffic on hot summer days and sweating into your helmet.
The Fitbit Flex is an activity and sleep tracking wristband. It's certainly not perfect but the Flex's simple design strikes a nice balance between looks and functionality and serves as a good motivational tool to keep active.
Little known company ConnecteDevice has beaten Apple to the market with its Cookoo watch, a Bluetooth smart watch that connects to your iPhone. Unfortunately, the Cookoo has limited functionality and the overall product feels half baked, so it is dif...
Garmin's Edge 810 is a GPS device designed for cyclists. It's capable of recording a journey, and all the data associated with a journey, which can then be mapped and viewed in multiple ways. We think it's a must-have gadget for anyone who wants to k...
The Jawbone Up is an excellent motivational tool and has a couple of nice extra features, but it's overpriced and the lack of wireless syncronising is a real downside.
The Garmin Forerunner 10 is a GPS watch that tracks running distances. It's smart enough to calculate your running pace, how long you have been running and also how many calories you've burned. It comes in a couple of different sizes, and is especial...
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