Monthly Archives: June 2019

RoadTest Review: Infineon MOSFET Gate Driver IC Evaluation Board feat. 1EDN8550B

It’s been another busy weekend, as I continue to push towards the ultimate goal of completing a triple-concurrent RoadTest review opportunity. Three products, three comprehensive reviews in two months of spare time? I can now say I’ve done that. Will … Continue reading

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RoadTest Review: Harting MICA CISS Complete IIoT Starter Kit

I’ve kept myself quite busy every weekend – be it roaming about visiting Vivid Sydney, the new Sydney Metro North-West or tackling my triple-concurrent RoadTest review load. This week, I’m proud to announce delivery of my second review – that … Continue reading

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Opinion: Sydney Metro Northwest – One Week In & More Detective Work

Since my in-depth look at the Sydney Metro Northwest covering the launch-day observations and experiments received a lot of traction online, I feel like it’s probably a good idea to write a follow-up article now that the first week has … Continue reading

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Visited: Vivid Sydney 2019 (31 May: Darling Harbour, 1 June: Chatswood)

Having visited Vivid Sydney’s Circular Quay precinct on opening night, I decided to come back on 31st May to visit Darling Harbour and 1st June to visit Chatswood, finishing off the free precincts and concluding my visits to Vivid for … Continue reading

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Quick Review: Western Digital My Book 10TB External USB 3.0 Hard Drive

Being the thrifty person that I am, when I saw news online of a Western Digital My Book 10Tb external hard drive being sold for just under AU$250 delivered from Amazon, I couldn’t pass up the offer. It was a … Continue reading

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Review, Teardown: Generic HDMI Cheater Dummy Plug (4K UHD)

Having recently upgraded to a GTX 1070 Ti graphics card to keep up with my dual 4K monitor configuration, I came across an issue that plagues many Nvidia chipset users – namely that of what happens when you power off … Continue reading

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