Excellent value, all the required features at reasonable specs as well as kid-friendly mode makes this tablet a winner, writes PAT PILCHER.
The Bluetooth headphone competition is intense, but Technics’ spiffing entrant is so good that PAT PILCHER gives it the ultimate honour.
GARY STEEL’s 1980 review of a gig by the Red Mole theatre troupe splinter band that was soon to become the hitmaking Coup D’Etat.
PAT PILCHER gets his sticky hands on the brilliantly tactile polybutylene terephthalate keyboard of Logitech’s nicely priced G413 SE.
When Gary Numan played in Wellington local punks spat on him, but his show was great according to GARY STEEL.
In one of his first live review assignments, GARY STEEL was surprised to find that novelty act Racey wasn’t as cack as he’d thought they’d be.
PAT PILCHER has tested his share of great robot suckers but the Ecovacs X1 Omni is easily the most advanced he’s ever put through its paces.
MATT KELLY saw Robert Plant as someone to trust to always do the right thing. That is, until he released this piece of unmitigated poop.