SteelSeries Prime review
The SteelSeries Prime is a very good wired gaming mouse. It has a comfortable ergonomic design suitable for all types of grips, it’s lightweight, has a wide CPI range, and, most importantly,...
Apple Mac mini (M2 Pro) review
The M2 Mac mini may be one of Apple’s most overlooked devices. Yes, the 2022 model does little to change what we saw in the 2020 M1 Mac mini, but including...
iPhone 12 mini review: Punching well above its weight
This is the easiest review I've ever had to do. Why? Because the NZ$1,349 iPhone 12 mini is the same phone as the regular iPhone 12. Just smaller. …and I reviewed that...
AVG Antivirus review: Free antivirus for the win
AVG antivirus provides strong protection and only a small impact on performance for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android – for free.
Norton 360 review: Optimal security
Does Norton 360 still deliver a valuable antivirus package? We put the software to the test
De’Longhi PrimaDonna Soul review
The De'Longhi PrimaDonna Soul is an impressive bean-to-cup coffee machine that gives the user an extra level of control over how their coffee is prepared. It's not a cheap machine, nor is it compact, but it makes excellent (and customisable) coffee.
Apple AirTags review: Get a billion devices to help look for your stuff!
Let's start with an easy claim: the Apple AirTags are the most technologically-advanced trackers on the market (if you're an iPhone user). This is hardly surprising. Apple seldom enters a market unless...
Ecovacs DEEBOT T9+ review
Ecovac's Deebot T9+ robot vacuum is an autonomous vacuum that can do it all. Its 3000 Pa suction power capacity is one of the highest in robot vacuums. The iRobot Roomba S9+...
Sony PS5 Pulse 3D Wireless Headset review
The Sony PS5 Pulse 3D Wireless Headset is one of the best headsets for the PS5. Its comfortable design, easy to access PS5 controls, optimisation for Sony's new Tempest 3D AudioTech...
Apple iMac 24-inch (M1) review: Apple’s Greatest Hits in an all-in-one PC
The 24-inch iMac is a collection of Apple's greatest hits neatly packed into a computer that's as thick as your thumb. M1, 4.5K Retina screen, great-sounding speakers, studio-quality mics, Magic Keyboard, webcam. Basically, a lot of technology that you know and love from other Apple products are now available in the iMac. And in different colour cases.