Can start a car many times without needing to be recharged
Bright light for emergencies
High-speed (2.1A) charging for mobile phones
Excellent build quality
Includes a plastic case
A USB hub is needed to charge multiple USB devices at once
Conclusion: The 1byone portable car jumpstarter is something I keep in my car for peace of mind. It’s saved me on multiple occasions now as I was having battery troubles with my vehicle (it turned out one of the battery poles had cracked and now that it is replaced the car is fine again). It has the capability to jumpstart most vehicles many times – after the engine is started, it will recharge itself. I’ve had it in my car for a year now and I haven’t had to take it out and recharge it, and it’s worked every time I’ve needed it. The build quality is good and the case it includes is nice too. It’s great to have the USB port for emergency phone power too, but I wish there was two ports. Often I find myself needing to charge two devices at once. Overall, I would highly recommend keeping a jumpstarter kit in the car, and this has done the trick for me. Continue Reading →
Good sized shift key on both sides of the keyboard
Easy to connect and use with any device supporting Bluetooth
Case is well built with high quality materials and magnetic clasps
Excellent battery life
Keys are a little on the firm side
Odd placement for some of the symbol keys, particularly the apostrophe and question mark
Summary: While the Kamor Oracle Keyboard Case for 7 inch tablets has small keys, the typing experience is actually surprisingly good. After a small adjustment period I found I had no difficulty typing at full speed. This case is a great way to add laptop-like functionality to a 7 inch tablet without adding the bulk of a full keyboard.
Conclusion: The Sandisk Ultra micro SD cards are great; they’re inexpensive and fast enough to film HD video @ 30 FPS in most cases. If this is what you need from the card then you can’t go wrong, though 4K and high bitrate users should purchase the UHS-3 version over this Class 10.
Sandisk Class 10 Micro SD Cards:
Sandisk Class 10 Micro SD Cards: Amazon U.S.A. | Amazon Canada (old version 48MB/s)
Price at time of review: $9.99 for 16GB, $24.99 for 64GB
Excellent industrial design and stunning appearance
Full speed charging from 3 ports simultaneously
Blue LED is not distracting
Enough ports to charge all my devices at once
A little bit bulky
Conclusion: The RAVPower 3-port USB charger looks great and works very well. The matte finish and squared edges give the charger a fantastic appearance. My only complaint is that the charger is a little bit bigger than I would like, but that complaint is so minor that it hardly matters. It charges phones and small tablets alike at full speed without a hiccup. I would wholly recommend the RAVPower 3-Port car charger as a great way to add more ports to your vehicle.
Annoying Bluetooth ‘connect’ and ‘power on’ noises
Conclusion: The 1 by One Magic Plasma Bluetooth speaker is an excellent novelty product and would make a great gift. The audio quality is pretty good, considering the price, and its plasma light show is really cool. I just wish it had a built in battery.
Author’s note: On September 10th I received an O.T.A. update with this phone that solved every issue I had with the phone in terms of performance. It does not have any signs of lag, missed input or stuttering. As of now, I have amended this review from a 4-star to a 4.5-star and would now recommend this phone without hesitation. The original review is left below for your reference.
The best phone camera currently on the market
Removable battery and expandable SD Storage
Colorful, big and bright screen
Comfortable to hold despite the large size
Great battery life
Touch screen seems to miss occasional touches
Prone to stuttering and lag on content rich websites
Auto screen brightness is far too aggressive
Summary: If you’re looking for the camera phone to buy this year, the LG G4 is the way to go. It’s an absolutely fantastic camera phone for amateurs and professionals alike. It had features other competitors are sorely missing – a removable battery and expandable storage. In theory it is an excellent balance of usability, form and function, but there’s a few little performance issues with the phone that prevent it from being the perfect device.
Conclusion: As a basic, inexpensive TPU case the Diztronic case is one of the best. I feel that something a bit softer would do a better job of drop protection, but hopefully I won’t have to find that out! There’s a little ridge around the edge that traps dust, but that’s about the only thing that bothers me about this case. Overall, as far as inexpensive TPU cases go, this one is a very nice build quality and feels good. I would recommend it.
A real brand name means better support and warranty service
Some minor autofocus issues
Low-light photograph quality is lacking
1GB of Ram on lower end model can be limiting
Summary: After playing around with the Moto G (3rd Gen) for a couple of hours I was convinced: this is one of the best sub-$200 phones out right now. The combination of a great build quality, stable operating system and decent camera make it a winner for those who don’t need a high-end device.
Excellent audio range with deep bass and clear highs
Great surrounding sound isolation
Very comfortable and streamlined fit
Thin wire is prone to tangles
No volume or mic
Prone to wire-slap noise
Summary: The Panasonic RPHJE120 series are by far the best sub-$10 headphones I have ever used. They have a surprisingly balanced audio range, with decent bass and clear highs. In a blind test, it would be difficult to distinguish these from other more expensive headphones. If you want a pair of cheap in-ear headphones these are definitely a good choice.