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LG’s releasing the G8 (again) in the form of the G8X in SA this November

We've been expecting LG's G8X ThinQ to turn up for a few months and, true to form, the company has not disappointed. The G8X will be landing in South Africa from next month and we've got pricing and other details for you. 

Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Black Edition – Something to smile about

Depending on your memory, you might recall highly polished models of teeth, either mounted on the wall or as a display on a shelf of desk. That shiny, clean enamel benchmark forever etched into your childhood mind? Yeah, that's how the Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Black Edition toothbrush will make your teeth feel. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus – Deciding whether this phone really is Note-worthy

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus combines the company's own Exynos 9825 processor with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. That's before you augment internal space with a microSD, but you're probably not going to do that.

MSI GT76 Titan DT 9SG – This ponderously powerful notebook lives up to its namesake

The question then becomes: What do you play your games on? MSI's GT76 Titan really wants to be your pick there. The major question is: What are you willing to pay for play on the biggest beast around?

Introducing the beautifully contoured overachiever – the HP Spectre X360 Convertible

The HP Spectre X360 (2018) comprises a sculpted aluminium chassis, a hidden hinge and full-size keyboard. The stylish hardware is finished in Dark Ash Silver.

Nokia 4.2 – Fast, good, or cheap: Pick (these) two

Nokia’s on to a good thing with its Android One handsets. Android in its purest form used to be reserved for the likes of Google’s Pixel but those are hard to find this side of the world. You don’t have to worry about all that any more — Nokia has South African users covered. And the Nokia 4.2 (where the name comes from is a mystery – there’s never been a Nokia 4 or 4.1) is a budget wa...[Read More]

Apple Watch Series 5 will be always-on, without knocking current battery life

Apple's event last night wasn't just iPads, iPhones, and services. Also detailed at the American launch was Apple's new Watch Series 5, the newest wearable in the company's lineup. The big new deal? Changes to the Watch's display. 

Bring on the real phones: Meet Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro handsets

The mad dash toward the finish line of Apple’s September presentation (it wasn’t just us, right? They were in one heck of a hurry) hit some interesting stops along the way. But the best was saved for (almost) last — the iPhone 11 Pros. Yeah, both of them. The iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are made from surgical-grade stainless steel, while the rear panels are constructed from a si...[Read More]

Apple’s iPhone 11 features a new design and a splash of colour

We have seen the future and it is colourful. Apple's made the iPhone 11 official and it looks for all the world like the budget iPhones we've seen in the past. You know, quirky design and colourful options (including purple, yellow, red, and black). But this is the base model, rather than something featuring stripped back hardware

A camera system designed for the future – today! Meet the Canon EOS RP

The EOS RP is a small, light and practical full frame mirrorless camera, for advanced amateurs looking to take a step-up into Canon’s revolutionary EOS R System. Ideal for travel, landscape and portrait photography and videography, the EOS RP promises greater potential opening up all the benefits of the EOS R System – including the world’s fastest autofocus

Jabra Elite 85H – Nobody gets it right the first time. Except, apparently, Jabra

We're no strangers to Jabra at the Stuff offices, though we're far more used to seeing sports headphones and wireless buds with brains to match their beauty. Jabra's Elite 85H is a stranger find, the company's first foray into active noise cancelling (ANC).

UltraLink eSmartCam 720p HD Camera – Making light of the darkness

Budget options like the UltraLink eSmartCam, which retails for between R800 and R1,100, are a dandy way of testing whether remote monitoring of your home and precious stuff is for you. As a bonus, the UltraLink eSmartCam doubles as a pet cam or a baby monitor

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