At the NZ Tech Podcast we love trying out new technology, consumer electronics, cars and the like. We hope you benefit and enjoy our coverage of these things.

To facilitate this we are often provided with  hardware, software, services and accessories so we can use them, review them or discuss them on the podcast. Access may be short-term, long term or permanent. From time to time we also attend conferences and events both locally and internationally. Those may be paid in part or in full by the attendee, or by a sponsor.

By receiving products, travel, etc from the various vendors we do not agree to any specific terms about the tone of reviews – what we say about our likes or dislikes about the products in our audio reviews (or sometimes written reviews) is solely at our discretion. On rare occasions due to confidentiality surrounding unreleased products we may be limited about what information can be disclosed about unannounced features.

Regularly NZ Tech Podcast listeners will know that on occasion some products we’ve been given will be made available to giveaway to our audience.

Some of those who have provided product and/or travel includes:

  • 2degrees Mobile
  • Anki
  • Apple
  • Audi
  • Epson
  • Fitbit
  • Ford
  • Garmin
  • Hewlett-Packard
  • Honda
  • Huawei
  • HTC
  • Lenovo
  • LG
  • Logitech
  • Microsoft
  • Nokia
  • Panasonic
  • Quickflix
  • Ring
  • Samsung
  • Spark NZ (was Telecom NZ)
  • Tom Tom
  • Uber and Ubereats (Our affiliate code to try Ubereats – Ubereats promo code nz)
  • Vodafone

Note that we have many individuals who contribute to the NZ Tech Podcast in some way (such as being featured on the show from time-to-time) so it’s impossible to guarantee the above list is total exhaustive.

It should also be noted that both the presenters guests on this podcast often have business relationships across the technology sector. Therefore in many cases companies referenced maybe a supplier or customer to that individual or firm they are employed by.

In order to  support the NZ Tech Podcast’s activities a portion of the website links we provide may be affiliate links. Providing these links rather than generic links enables the NZ Tech Podcast to receive of portion of the value of associated purchases (the price is the same however as purchasing via a generic link). We only recommend products which we like (and in most cases use ourselves) so you will only find relevant product links.

Special thanks to Mauricio Freitas (Geekzone) for the idea behind this page. And if you wish to buy a Kindle, please do so via this link in order to support Geekzone.

– Paul Spain