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DUALSHOCK 4 USB Wireless Adaptor

DUALSHOCK 4 USB Wireless Adaptor Australian Release

PlayStation Australia has announced a launch date of September 16th, 2016 for the new DUALSHOCK 4 USB Wireless Adaptor. The wireless adaptor enables gamers to connect their DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controllers to a Windows or Apple Mac PC via Bluetooth. The DUALSHOCK 4 USB Wireless Adaptor is perfect for PS4 […]

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TP-Link has a modern new look

One of our favourite network product companies, TP-Link, have re-launched their website and brand with a fresh new look. After 20 years as a global provider of network products, TP-Link have a new logo that represents the evolution of the organisation over that time. “Our new logo is the centerpiece of our […]

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Android 7.0 Nougat Released

Google have completed their 7.0 beta program and have officially released Android 7.0 today on selected devices. Included are the Nexus5X, Nexus6P, Nexus6, Nexus9, Nexus Player, Pixel C Tablet. These devices will receive an OTA update in the coming weeks. Not included in the list of devices receiving Nougat at […]

Epson Perfection V850 Pro

Epson Australia Launches Perfection V850 Pro Photo Scanner

Epson Australia has today announced the launch of the Epson Perfection v850 Pro. Their latest in professional photo scanning which Epson hope sets a new industry standard for professional level scanning quality and speed. Capable of 4800 x 6400 dpi optical resolution, the Perfection v850 Pro will be popular among photographers. “With […]

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Epson WorkForce DS-560

Epson WorkForce DS-560 Document Scanner Reviewed

The Epson WorkForce DS-560 wireless document scanner is a medium duty scanner suited for many organisations and home offices. With scan speeds of up to 26 pages per minute, it can handle scanning of moderately sized document sets with ease. Some of the key benefits of the WorkForce DS-560 include: […]

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No Man’s Sky Review: Expansive But Empty

No Man’s Sky is easily one the most hyped and highly anticipated games of the year, boasting an expansive 18 quintillion planets to visit on the journey to the centre of the universe. Yet, while the game is very expansive and it’s filled with various planets, moons, alien races, various […]

ASUS S1 portable LED projector

ASUS S1 Portable LED Projector Reviewed

The ASUS S1 portable LED projector is a beautifully designed and compact short-throw projector. Sporting a light-weight silver and icicle gold aluminum body, the ASUS S1 is definitely built for portability. The ASUS S1 appears to use a DLP Pico chip with a light output of 200 lumens and 1000:1 […]

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Card Wars Kingdom: Adventure Time

Card Wars: Adventure Time was released on mobile gaming platforms in early 2014. Based off the immensly popular Cartoon Network program ‘Adventure Time’ Season 4, Episode 14 episode ‘Card Wars’. With over 50,000 5 Star reviews, with an overall rating of 4.2, and between half a million and a million […]

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Surveillance Testing Setup

DIY Home Surveillance With Mixed WiFi and PoE Cameras

We recently looked at a simple home surveillance network with the D-Link DCS2330L and the DNR202L. In this article, we look at a slightly more complicated surveillance environment with the inclusion of the DCS4602EV and DGS-1008p Power over Ethernet switch. Storage devices from Synology (NVR216) and QNAP (TS-451+) will also be […]

Raspberry Pi 2 as a Retro Arcade

I recently commissioned a bunch of Raspberry Pi 2 units to take over from odd jobs at home that was previously serviced by a number of virtual machines. At the end of that process I had a Pi 2 remaining and decided to build a retro arcade for the the kids. This […]

Backup Data with the Synology DS1515+ and DS214+

How-to backup data with the Synology DS1515+ and DS214+ Ever experienced that moment of horror when your hard disk drive crashed or you accidentally deleted the wrong file or some other unforeseen event happened resulting in data loss? Well, it’s a good thing you had a backup right? Unfortunately, in […]