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Hi-tec Altitude Pro RGS

By Ryan Noik 27 August 2014

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With spring swiftly approaching, it’s high time to haul out a good pair of hiking boots. Don’t have ones? Hi-tec’s Altitude Pro should be on your feet. FULL STORY >


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Garmin Fenix 2

By Ryan Noik 20 August 2014

While many manufacturers scramble to bring out their versions of smart watches, the likes of Garmin have been crafting useful specialised wrist huggers for some time, and the Fenix 2 – the pinnacle of the multisport watch - shows that the company really knows what it is doing. ... FULL STORY >

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MiP robot

By Ryan Noik 31 July 2014

One of the vanguards of science fiction has been and still remains robots, and the latest to serve as an ambassador for robotics is the tiny but entertaining MiP. FULL STORY >

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Leap Motion

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 30 June 2014

The Leap Motion controller aims to enhance PC and notebook users’ experience through intuitive gesture recognition. It shows plenty of potential, but ultimately needs a stronger developer ecosystem. FULL STORY >

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Watch My GPS - activity watch roundup

By Ryan Noik 28 May 2014

The latest precious real estate is your wrist, with more and more companies racing for their device to secure a spot on your arm. Bringing something a little different to the mix are these activity orientated watches that include GPS functionality, all... FULL STORY >

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Sony SmartBand

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 28 May 2014

The SmartBand is Sony's purpose-designed companion wearable for the Android flagship lineup of devices. We find out if it truly enhances the overall Xperia experience. FULL STORY >

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Jawbone UP24

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 27 May 2014

As the wearable fitness tracker market shows no real sign of slowing down anytime soon, the UP24 from Jawbone aims to be the 24 hour fitness band worthy of a place on your wrist. FULL STORY >

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Fitbit Flex

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 26 May 2014

The Fitbit Flex is a fairly innocuous looking wireless wristband. In the ever-growing fitness wearable market, can it compete against the flashier offerings currently available? FULL STORY >

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Quick review: Adidas Climachill shirt

By Mike Joubert 6 May 2014

Made to keep you at your optimum body temperature while training, the Climachill shirts incorporate material using titanium, and 3D aluminium cooling spheres situated at the bottom of your neck. FULL STORY >

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Quick review: Oral-B Trizone 500

By Mike Joubert 24 April 2014

Oral-B’s Trizone 500 does things slightly differently - instead of the regular rotating round head, it offers a triple zone cleaning action. FULL STORY >

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Quick review: Oakley Bottle Rockets

By Mike Joubert 24 April 2014

For testing purposes we took Oakley’s Bottle Rockets on a 21 km run and, unlike some other sunglasses, they stayed put even when sweaty. FULL STORY >

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