The best products in one spot

March 2014
Techlife Australia (Bauer Media Group);Mar2014, Issue 22, p111
The article announces the winners of the Best Technology Products from "Techlife Australia" journal, which include the NetGear D6300 for Best Performance, the Jabra Solemate Mini as Best Budget for a Bluetooth Speaker, and the Logitech Tablet Keyboard for Best Full-Size Keyboard.


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