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Gadget Gift Picks for Christmas

Gadget Gift Picks for Christmas

It’s just over a week to Christmas so if you’re stuck for gift ideas, here are some tech suggestions. Power up! Avoid low battery FOMO with portable power in the form of a power bank to keep a smartphone charged up.  You’ll find these in all shapes in sizes anywhere you can buy mobile accessories, however it’s important to know[Read More…]

Playstation Classic Console coming in December

Playstation Classic Console coming in December

Sony has just announced that 24 years after the launch of the original PlayStation games console in Japan on December 3 1994, it’s releasing a miniature size version called the PlayStation Classic. The design of this new mini console resembles the original nicely (I have two original consoles) however fits almost into the palm of your hand.    Unlike the[Read More…]

Portable Party with Sony’s SRS XB40 Bluetooth Speaker

Portable Party with Sony’s SRS XB40 Bluetooth Speaker

When it comes to portable bluetooth speakers there are plenty on the market of various shapes, sizes and loudness levels to choose from, but the latest from Sony is more like a portable party. The SRS XB40 Speaker isn’t the kind you’d have sitting your work desk or kitchen bench.   It’s designed to push out extra bass and extra volume[Read More…]

More OLED TVs to hit the market soon

More OLED TVs to hit the market soon

When it comes to the best picture quality on a TV, you simply can’t go past OLED screen technology which produces rich, natural colours and industry-leading picture contrast. Now OLED technology isn’t exactly new.  LG first brought OLED TV to Australia over 3 years over, but now more TV manufacturers are getting on board. Sony is looking to launch a 55inch[Read More…]

Smartband 2 from Sony

Smartband 2 from Sony

  Wearable fitness.  In the past couple of weeks alone we’ve seen new devices hits the market from Microsoft and Fitbit…and now there’s a fitness band from Sony. The SmartBand 2 automatically tracks activity such as walking and running using heart rate and accelerometer readings to gauge your fitness and stress levels….plus will keep an eye on how well you[Read More…]