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REVIEWS / ACCESSORIES
We Pick The 2014 SmartHouse Best Of The Best Winners     We Pick The 2014 SmartHouse Best Of The Best Winners
The SmartHouse, 2014 Best of the Best Awards have been announced and they contain some stunning category and product winners, we have also given the organisations who have manufactured, distributed and sold these products a major Industry Award for excellence.

AKG K451 Portable Headphones Are Good Value
    AKG K451 Portable Headphones Are Good Value
If you are a portable hi-fi fanatic these fashionable great sounding AKG K451 headphones provide a cheaper option to expensive high end headphones.

Pentax K-500 review     Pentax K-500 review
Key Features: 16.2MP APS-C CMOS Sensor; 3-inch, 921k-dot LCD screen; Sensor-based image stabilisation; ISO 100 - 51200; 1920 x 1080 at 30fps

Review: Jammin' With Jawbone's Big Jambox     Review: Jammin' With Jawbone's Big Jambox
Sound. Loud sound. Beefy sound. Clear sound. Sound that you can take with you. Sound from your smartphone, tablet or mp3 player. Sound that looks great. This is what Jawbone's Big Jambox delivers and a little bit more.

Review: Nike's SportWatch Is The Ideal Running Companion     Review: Nike's SportWatch Is The Ideal Running Companion
Nike and TomTom have teamed up to produce an exercise companion that doesn't just record your efforts, but keeps you company when you're running alone on the desolate tarmac.

Clarity Comes Naturally On Sennheiser's HD 449s     Clarity Comes Naturally On Sennheiser's HD 449s
Sennheiser is known for delivering exceptional audio quality across the price points, from superb high-end to surprisingly quality low-end. While many sound companies seek to value-add to music by ramping up the bass or tailoring the designs to certain musical genres, Sennheiser often goes the way of sound reproduction rather than sound manipulation. The mid-range HD 449s are testament to that pursuit, pushing high clarity across the frequencies with nary a drop of distortion or hint of superlative bass or treble.

Review: Is The Kitara The Digital Guitar Of The Future?     Review: Is The Kitara The Digital Guitar Of The Future?
Electronic music has hit its stride in pop culture, fusing digital beats with analogue sounds. Forgetting the tacky key-tar of the '80s, does this revamp on the digital guitar salvage the concept for next-gen musicians?

Review: Plantronics Super Light Marque Bluetooth Headset That Isn't Embarrassing To Wear     Review: Plantronics Super Light Marque Bluetooth Headset That Isn't Embarrassing To Wear
The Marque does what most Bluetooth headsets fail at by not making you look like a tool for wearing it. A much overlooked trait, the typical headset features an array of blinking blue and red LEDs and silver and metallic grey finishes that bestow the wearer with an ethereal aura, not helped by the act of seemingly talking to oneself.

Review: Clarity Comes Naturally On Sennheiser's HD 449s     Review: Clarity Comes Naturally On Sennheiser's HD 449s
Sennheiser is known for delivering exceptional audio quality across the price points, from superb high-end to surprisingly quality low-end. While many sound companies seek to value-add to music by ramping up the bass or tailoring the designs to certain musical genres, Sennheiser often goes the way of sound reproduction rather than sound manipulation. The mid-range HD 449s are testament to that pursuit, pushing high clarity across the frequencies with nary a drop of distortion or hint of superlative bass or treble.

Review: SteelSeries Sensei Mouse Is A Sleek Desktop Companion With Hidden Charms     Review: SteelSeries Sensei Mouse Is A Sleek Desktop Companion With Hidden Charms
The Sensei is a great all-purpose mouse, laden with customisation tools, guised as a gaming mouse and hidden under a rather cheap-looking exterior. It's not the flashiest in its class, but it does what any great mouse does and handles itself gracefully over a desktop, almost absentmindedly to the user under the palm of the hand.

Review: X-Mini Rave + Radio Is The Portable Speaker To Beat     Review: X-Mini Rave + Radio Is The Portable Speaker To Beat
For a 2.5 watt speaker in a palm-sized capsule under 100 grams, the X-Mini Rave pumps out some impressive sound. It's nothing to write home about, but for a $70 device-attach speaker, it's worth a listen.

Review: Audio Technica's Solid Bass In-Ears Are The Best In Budget     Review: Audio Technica's Solid Bass In-Ears Are The Best In Budget
Audio Technica's bass-happy in-earphones are a golden grab for the budget buyer, delivering versatile sound that's great for the mobile music-listener. Though you've got to take the good with the bad down this low on the audio food chain, with tonal imbalance and some iffy bass reproduction in tow.

Review: SteelSeries Desmo Gaming Glasses Prep Your Eyes For Longer Play     Review: SteelSeries Desmo Gaming Glasses Prep Your Eyes For Longer Play
The Desmo glasses are a pair of lightweight, rimless frames that minimise eye strain through some clever lenses and a simple yet effective design. Whether they're worth the US$99 RRP is debatable though - it all depends on how square-eyed and vision-conscious you are.

Review: SteelSeries Siberia V2 Headset Is Gamer's Best Friend     Review: SteelSeries Siberia V2 Headset Is Gamer's Best Friend
SteelSeries marks its 10 year anniversary with a simple redesign of its classic Siberia V2 headset. The colour scheme's changed, but the characteristic, dynamic sound quality geared at gamers sits at the same top notch.

Review: Is Jabra's Sport A Worthy Exercise Companion?     Review: Is Jabra's Sport A Worthy Exercise Companion?
Jabra's new Sport bluetooth claims it can handle rain, dust and shock, while managing clear phone calls and music playback. We take it for an extreme rock hike to see if its Sporty enough.





LATEST REVIEWS
New LG 65   New LG 65" Ultra High Definition TV, Complete With Pop Down Speakers: REVIEW
LG Australia has finally rolled out their 65" Ultra High Definition TV offering in Australia and what you get is a TV that delivers a quantum leap in TV technology and surprisingly a significantly improved sound system that is delivered from pop down speakers but the big question is whether it is worth $6,999.
Product Rating 4.5

Westfield To Split   Westfield To Split
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REVIEW:Note 3 Is The Best There Is In Phablet Smartphones   REVIEW:Note 3 Is The Best There Is In Phablet Smartphones
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Product Rating 5




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