Telstra Bigpond Mobile Card
January 16th, 2007

Hardcore field workers will use wireless Internet access a lot more than most of us, and for them a more solid product than Bigpond Wireless is needed.

Konica Minolta Bizhub C550
February 1st, 2008

Having the duplex unit as well means booklets, saddle stitching, folding and resizing are all in there somewhere and it’ll take you a little while to get used to how it all works but when you do it’s fairly intuitive. The copy quality is as high quality as that of the printer.


Road Angel Navigator 7000
March 20th, 2007

The Navigator 7000 is a combination of the usual in-car GPS and what RoadAngel call RoadSense, a series of safety warnings about red light cameras, school zones, speed warnings, etc.

Telstra T-Hub
April 13th, 2010

In the last six months of 2009 Australians made 325 million fewer local calls as we abandoned fixed lines in favour of mobile plans or phone-over-internet services. The T-Hub could be part of Telstra’s plan to recover revenue lost as a result and drive more customers to use a home phone number again.


Iliad, Philips VOIP 841, HTC P3470
June 17th, 2008

The Iliad has a clear surface with none of the reflecting or text artefacting properties of a PC screen, and by flicking the page turn bar on the left, reading on the 400g device is easy and comfortable.

Logitech MX 3200 cordless desktop
July 1st, 2007

Being simply cordless is the value proposition of most cordless peripherals, but you’re not going to take a device this size on the road. It gives you a little freedom of movement on a desktop but renders the cordless aspect somewhat redundant.






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