This Amaz-Play HDP-100 projector is a compact projector with acceptable brightness and a sharp picture, but the picture is too blue and the fan is quite loud. It works fine for movies and multimedia but for applications that require accurate colour I would recommend looking at the WH-80B or something with 100+ lumens instead.
I would highly recommend avoiding this camera. So much so that I haven’t even included links to buy it. From the outside the camera looks like any ordinary camcorder, but it has poor quality video in almost all situations. It is advertised as HD capable but the only usable format is 480p.
While it’s nice to have the solar panel as a last-resort type backup, it does not do much, so consider this product as its value as a regular charger before purchasing. When left on my window sill for days in direct sunlight, I was only able to get this charger up to about 25%. This is better than nothing, but solar will not be your primary charging source with this battery.
The AYL SoundFit Plus has decent performance, especially given its relatively cheap cost. The build quality seems solid enough that it will last some abuse and the sound is good, although the bass is a little soft for my tastes.
The Paww Wavesound 3 has decent sound, a gorgeous design and premium materials, but the metal build comes at a price: extra weight.
While it’s a little bit expensive for the features, this projector combines good picture quality with a nice build and excellent battery life, making it a good choice for those who want a projector that can be charged by USB.
This adapter is a decent multi-use adapter with good audio quality and straightforward operation. Due to the fact that it does not turn on automatically when it receives power I would recommend it for use with a TV or home stereo over a car. When paired with a set of APT-x headphones there is almost no lag, making it good for watching movies and TV compared to other TX/RX devices I’ve tested.
Perhaps I received a bad copy, but the treble with this speaker is overemphasized and cuts like a razor. To achieve reasonable bass and mid-tones volume, the treble will be too high and almost painful. I was able to solve this problem by placing some thin foam between the speaker grill and the cones (the front grill just pops off) and after I did that they sound alright.
These Q12’s are some of the better performing budget Bluetooth headphones I’ve reviewed, with more bass than competing models. The best part is, even with more bass the treble comes through crisp and clear, striking a good balance between high and low tones. When combined with the decent build quality and battery life, these headphones make it onto my recommendation list.
These headphones look really nice, but that’s about all they’ve got going for them. In terms of audio quality, they do not deliver. They sound flat, dull and lifeless.