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Whoop Strap 2.0 review : A wearable that proves we should all be training like the pros

Whoop proves we should all be training and recovering like the pros, regardless of our fitness-based aspirations. The price tag will immediately rule out most

Meike 6.5mm f/2.0 Fisheye Lens Review

Pros Sharp and crisp results Excellent flare resistance Very low CA Low price Cons Manual focus virtually impossible The fisheye lens is clearly alive and

2015 – 2017 Kawasaki KLR650 Review

Do you hate it? Are you reading this so you can tell me how bad this bike is — it’s too heavy, it’s underpowered, it

Hands on: LG Stylus 3 review

FOR Fingerprint scanner Slick interface Removable battery AGAINST Stylus is limited If you’re in the market for a supersized smartphone with a stylus, but have

Focal Utopia by Tournaire preview: Yes, these really are a $120,000 pair of headphones

We’ll start by saying that there is no doubt that the Focal Utopia open-back, over-ear headphones are astounding. They are quite possibly the best headphones

Razer Project Valerie hands-on: 3-screen gaming concept

The Razer Project Valerie laptop has three displays – and all three are really, truly dedicated to gaming. Each of these displays is connected to

2015 – 2017 Suzuki DR200S Review

Suzuki brings dual-sport capabilities to the entry-level sector with its DR200S. A heavy emphasis on off-road performance defines the overall look of the thing, and a

Urbanears Plattan II review

OUR VERDICT The Urbanears Plattan II may not look much different from the original, but subtle tweaks to its sound and comfort make them a

2017 Mercedes-Benz GLS450 review

THE GOOD: The GLS450 packs a smooth ride and is nearly as capable as its bulky body-on-frame competition. It’s surprisingly good without requiring a ton of

Holden Astra v Renault Megane v Subaru Impreza – Small hatchback comparison

The small car market is one of the busiest segments of the Australian automotive landscape, both in terms of sales and for new product – and

2017 Triumph Bonneville Bobber Review

Ever since I got my first glimpse of the Triumph Bonneville Bobber at the Milan show I’ve been eager to get to know it a little

2016 Ducati Scrambler Review

The 2015 model year saw four new Ducati products built for a rather niche market; the Scrambler family that includes the ’70s-themed Classic, the flat-track race inspired

Lenovo ZUK Edge Review : How Looks Lenovo’s Current Flagship

Smartphone lovers have been waiting for the Lenovo ZUK Edge for a long time. And we have done as well. It’s conditioned with the fact

Leica SOFORT review

PROS An affordable Leica Instax film is easy to find Easy to use Compact CONS Niche product Expensive to run Mixed results KEY FEATURES Instant

Voigtlander 10mm vs 12mm vs 15mm : Wide-Angle Lenses for Sony E-mount – The complete comparison

Earlier this year, Voigtlander announced its very first set of native E-mount primes with electronic contacts: the 10mm f/5.6 Hyper Wide Heliar, 12mm f/5.6 Ultra

Monster iSport Freedom On-Ear Sport review

PROS Sturdy design Bright and reflective design Easily transportable Wireless, wired and USB audio modes Long battery life CONS Expensive Underwhelming sound quality Can be

2016 Ducati Diavel Review

In “Sport” mode, give the throttle a twist and you’ll quickly see why the Diavel has a deep saddle. If it didn’t, you’re butt would slide

Klipsch Reference On-Ear II review

OUR VERDICT The Klipsch Reference On-Ear II are well built, sound great and offer unmatched comfort for on-ear headphones. However, their high price makes them

20 Essential Google Pixel Tips and Tricks

Get to Know Your Pixel Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL are arguably the best Android smartphone you can get — we certainly feel that way,

2017 Triumph Bonneville Bobber First Ride Review

By now you must’ve heard the bobber backstory: Restless GIs home from WW2 self-treated their PTSD by bobbing the fenders off their heavy old motorcycles

The Lexus RC 350 Is the Luxury Coupe Compromise That Isn’t

Lexus is in a state of change. A big and rapid state of change. Chained to a reputation of making bland, sedate, albeit reliable luxury

Suunto Spartan Ultra Review : A pricey go-anywhere GPS watch

THE GOOD Long battery life Watch is easy to use Comfortable for its size THE BAD Expensive No heart rate monitor Poorly designed app VERDICT

Small SUV Mega Test : CarAdvice readers join us at MotorWorld to test 11 small SUVs

At the recent MotorWorld Sydney event at Sydney Motorsport Park, we assembled 11 small SUVs under $50,000 with the aim of comparing not only the

2017 Honda CB1100 EX Review

Honda brings its classic CB 1100 EX back to US shores for the 2017 model year, and with it comes a healthy dose of nostalgia. Retro is

Kangaroo Notebook Review

The Pros Passable display, decent performance; Little bloatware The Cons Feels cheap; Horrible keyboard and touchpad; Muffled sound; Runs hot; Less battery life than the

The 2017 Toyota 86 Feels Naked Without Its TRD-Tailored Clothes

The updated and rebadged Toyota 86 earned its keep and then some a few months back when we were out in the mountains of California,

Vivo V5 Review

Pros: Decent display resolution Impressive picture quality for front and rear cameras Soft front flash Natural-looking beautification filters Sufficient battery life Cons: Common design Unit

MSI Trident Review : A True Console Killer

THE GOOD Incredibly small and attractive Runs quiet Solid gaming and VR performance Fairly affordable THE BAD Limited to GTX 1060 Not very future-proof VERDICT

2017 BMW G310R First Ride Review

If you’re wondering how important the small-displacement segment is to BMW, here’s a figure to chew on: Edgar Heinrich, BMW Motorrad’s Head of Design, estimates,

2016 Triumph Speed Triple R Review

Triumph’s updated Speed Triple, specifically the “S” base model, already impressed us tremendously once this year, when it finished second to the all-conquering Aprilia Tuono