Fraser Macdonald

This gym bag does double duty as a washing machine

This gym bag does double duty as a washing machine

The Paqsule blasts your sweaty socks with science and hope.
By Fraser Macdonald Mar 23 2017, 12:21PM
Lomo’s latest instant camera is top of the glass

Lomo’s latest instant camera is top of the glass

The Lomo'instant Automat Glass Magellan’s images promise to be as sharp as that pun.
By Fraser Macdonald Mar 21 2017, 10:54AM
Denon’s AVR box promises proper wireless surround sound

Denon’s AVR box promises proper wireless surround sound

Power cables aren’t wires though, right?
By Fraser Macdonald Mar 13 2017, 10:23AM
This wearable upgrades your whole hand to snowflake status

This wearable upgrades your whole hand to snowflake status

This little piggy plays the music, this one dims the lights. Wait, what does this one do?
By Fraser Macdonald Mar 10 2017, 11:28AM
Lenovo’s Tab 4 range is the MPV of tablets

Lenovo’s Tab 4 range is the MPV of tablets

Business suit for the day, romper suit for the night.
By Fraser Macdonald Mar 1 2017, 10:48AM
Raspberry Pi squeezes wireless onto tiny Zero

Raspberry Pi squeezes wireless onto tiny Zero

That’s one small chip for a Pi, one less dongle for all of Pi kind.
By Fraser Macdonald Mar 1 2017, 10:48AM
The EOS M6 is your Goldilocks Canon mirrorless

The EOS M6 is your Goldilocks Canon mirrorless

If the M3 was too weak, and the M5 was too big, then you’re in luck
By Fraser Macdonald Feb 16 2017, 9:47AM
LG’s two new Watches herald the arrival of Android Wear 2.0

LG’s two new Watches herald the arrival of Android Wear 2.0

Tooty-parp! They come bearing infotastic sub-dials and phone-free payments
By Fraser Macdonald Feb 9 2017, 10:52AM
With Shimano’s new bike camera, your heart’s in the director’s chair

With Shimano’s new bike camera, your heart’s in the director’s chair

Sensor triggered recording bypasses your brain and eyes.
By Fraser Macdonald Feb 6 2017, 10:32AM
Samsung’s 4K spinner also sends sound straight to your ears

Samsung’s 4K spinner also sends sound straight to your ears

Shouty superpixels in your eyes; shh-ty silence via Bluetooth headphones
By Fraser Macdonald Jan 23 2017, 4:14PM
Garmin’s inReach will let you text Mum, no matter where you end up

Garmin’s inReach will let you text Mum, no matter where you end up

Can you pick me up, LOL? It’s spelled A-T-A-C-A-M-A…
By Fraser Macdonald Jan 19 2017, 10:34AM
This remote control kettle is worth pouring over

This remote control kettle is worth pouring over

But is it spout of control?
By Fraser Macdonald Jan 17 2017, 10:34AM
Samsung’s new Galaxy A could be an owner, not a loaner

Samsung’s new Galaxy A could be an owner, not a loaner

Pay upfront, so you can scratch your name in the back with a compass.
By Fraser Macdonald Jan 3 2017, 9:30AM
On-ear and up there: SoundMagic scales new heights

On-ear and up there: SoundMagic scales new heights

Well, no higher than your ears.
By Fraser Macdonald Dec 6 2016, 10:06AM
ZapBox is a Microsoft HoloLens for $US30

ZapBox is a Microsoft HoloLens for $US30

Mixed reality hoots at a hundredth of the cost
By Fraser Macdonald Nov 25 2016, 11:11AM
Goldilocks would love these ‘just right’ Marshall Mids

Goldilocks would love these ‘just right’ Marshall Mids

Though mostly she prefers in-ears, as messed-up hair is poor image management.
By Fraser Macdonald Nov 24 2016, 10:25AM
This Kickstarter project makes you write your own instructions

This Kickstarter project makes you write your own instructions

Modular kit sinks or swims by your coding ability.
By Fraser Macdonald Nov 22 2016, 10:31AM
Korg’s Monologue is a monophonic spree

Korg’s Monologue is a monophonic spree

It’s a mini Minilogue, if that helps.
By Fraser Macdonald Nov 17 2016, 10:41AM
The Phantom 4 Pro is the levelled-up drone of your dreams

The Phantom 4 Pro is the levelled-up drone of your dreams

It'd fly straight into your heart, if its obstacle-avoidance tech wasn't so good.
By Fraser Macdonald Nov 16 2016, 11:34AM
This Vive wireless kit sets you free

This Vive wireless kit sets you free

Well - as free as one can be, in front of one's PC.
By Fraser Macdonald Nov 15 2016, 10:41AM