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Varmilo VA68M TL;DR

  Varmilo VA68M TL;DR Mechanical Keyboard Review The Varmilo VA68M is a beautiful keyboard. It's solid, a pleasure to use and full of quality. It's not got the full gamut of RGB lights (though there is an even more expensive version that does), but what it has is timeless elegance. Yeah, I said it, the keyboard is elegant. In the same way that Audrey Hepburn is elegant and timeless. However, this keyboard will cost a lot of money. It's not for the faint of heart at all. But what you will get is a solid companion for your troubles. Much like a Labrador, but with a lot less drool.     The Good Very sturdy due to the full aluminium frame Small and relatively light Excellent default keycaps ...

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VicTsing MM057 2.4GHz Wireless Portable Mouse Review

  VicTsing MM057 2.4GHz Wireless Portable Mouse TL:DR Review: There are a ridiculous amount of mouses out there for every use. Some for gaming, some for standard office work or students. Most of us prefer a good, reliable and nicely designed wireless mouse but don't want to fork out a hefty amount for such convenience. Well, it seems the VicTsing MM057 2.4GHz Wireless Portable Mouse is a good contender for a cheap wireless mouse. Coming in at $9.99-14.99 on Amazon, this is a very affordable piece of tech. The Good: Comfortable fit in hands (small to medium sized hands) Comes with 5 different DPI selections It is very light in its movement, however, does not feel flimsy. Scroll has a quiet clicking sound (more...

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iKBC F108 Keyboard

The iKBC F108 Mechanical Keyboard TL;DR Review   The iKBC F108 is a great full sized keyboard. It's low key, yet customisable. There's no software to be installed on your computer, and while there are advantages and disadvantages with that aspect of the keyboard, I can recommend it to people wanting to use an RGB keyboard in a tightly controlled office. Outside of use, the keyboard is sturdy, well made and feels of premium quality. If you're looking for a well built, feature laden full sized mechanical keyboard, the iKBC F108 is one to be recommended.   The Good High quality, sturdy assembly Keys feel great Onboard lighting features for quick adjustment Includes popular alternative keylayouts   The Meh Some keys on review units pinged during heavy typing Not...

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Razer DeathStalker TL;DR

  Razer DeathStalker Essentialist TL;DR Review: The Good: Responsive Keys Nice Design Sleek finish Decent Software Good palm rest The Bad: Expensive relative to other chiclet keyboards Not very unique Macro recording is annoying Weak build Non-lit keys make it difficult in dark room Non-braided cable Final Verdict: The Razer DeathStalker is an overall good gaming keyboard that will suit your needs, however, it offers nothing new or better than other similar keyboards that are cheaper in price. For our full review click here:  https://whatthetech.com.au/razer-deathstalker-essentialist-review/ ...

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Motorola VerveOnes+ TL;DR Review: The Good: Decent sound and calls Stylish charging case Waterproof The Bad: Connection problems Awkwardly large size Expensive App interface needs vast improvement  Low battery life Final Verdict: The VerveOnes+ feel more like a starting point for wireless earbuds than a fully developed product ready for the market. These will function but if you are still waiting for truly wireless earbuds these are not recommended.  For our full review click here:  https://whatthetech.com.au/motorola-verveones-wireless-earbuds-review/     ...

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Pebble Time Round TL;DR Review The Good: Beautiful slim design Comfortable and light to wear Simple and easy to use Always visible screen Available on both iOS and Android Creative and smart UI The Bad: Expensive Low battery life Not all Pebble apps and watch faces compatible. Not fully water resistant Final Verdict: The Pebble Time Round takes what we loved about their previous watches and gives it a slender and elegant design, however, at the cost of its battery life and full water resistance.  For our full review click here: https://whatthetech.com.au/pebble-time-round-review/   ...

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iPhone 6S TL;DR Review The Good: Beautiful Design 3D Touch interesting and actually useful Efficient and fluid performance Fantastic quality camera The Bad: Battery life is poor Extremely expensive 16GB for the entry level base model is idiotic. Final Verdict: As usual the new iPhone has improved on speed in almost all departments, has upgraded its camera and added the odd new feature here and there to give an all round good phone. However, be prepared to break out the wallet if you want adequate storage. Hopefully, the iPhone 7 fixes these issues and adds features we are still waiting for such as waterproofing and increased durability....

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