Review of the Thermaltake Suppressor F51 Computer Case

Thermaltake again takes its aim at performance with the Suppressor F51 E-ATX Mid-Tower case. The stock case alone provides just about everything needed, but we are never happy with stock, and neither is Thermaltake.  Let’s take a look at the features and spec’s. ThermalTake Suppressor F51 Windowed Specs and features Motherboard Support: Micro-ITX, Micro ATX, [...]

Review of the Patriot FUEL 9000mAh 2-Port Portable Charger

Review of the Patriot FUEL 9000mAh 2Port, Power Bank, high quality Portable Charger & LED light. Multi-purpose USB charger that does so much.

Review of the FRiEQ KS-01 Selfie Stick

Remember that movie, National Lampoon’s Vacation where Chevy Chase (the dad) asked a guy to take a family picture for them, then ran off with the camera?  If you haven’t seen that movie, you should it’s funny, though I am sure you can’t find it on RedBox and can only get it on DVD from [...]

Coocheer Desktop Charging Station Review

I opened my Coocheer Desktop Power Center and was pleased to see a beautiful product. I noticed the 5 charging ports on top right away, as well as the two additional extra power plugs for everyday use. Each of the USB ports say they are smart which should mean no matter what I plug into [...]

2015-06-30T08:59:15-07:00July 3rd, 2015|Categories: Android, iPad, iphone, kindle, Kindle Fire, laptops, tablets, Technology, Travel|Tags: , |

Amadeus Power Bank Review

The Amadeus Power Bank has been nothing but pleasant surprises for me. I previously owned a power bank that was some glossy white iSomething looking thing, and after only 3 good charges, the product simply stopped working. I was so infuriated. It's difficult to find products that don't have blazing logos and wacky commercials that [...]

Review of the Creative Sound Blaster JAM

Creative has been around for some time bringing us audio that dominates in all aspects.  They usually stayed in the game and professional audio scene but more and more have been spreading their wings into the complete sound scape.  Adding to their lineup, Creative has brought in the Sound Blaster JAM to bring in a [...]

Review of the HyperX Cloud II Headset

HyperX comes back strong with the release with the HyperX Cloud II hot on the heels of the success of the HyperX Cloud. They have been pumping out quality products for some time now but let’s see exactly is good about these. Let’s start off with the specs. Specifications • Driver Unit: 53mm Neodymium Magnets [...]

Review of the Brilens LS1280 First Laser DLP Projector at 720P

Review of the Brilens LS1280 Laser DLP projector which can project to about a 200 inch screen and take a wide range of inputs with decent speaker built in.

How to Send Articles to Your Kindle for Reading Later

Save any Article on the web on any device with just a click. There are many tools available that have some sort of sending to Kindle functionality, but many have tons of more features that you aren't interested in. So, here in this post you'll get a send-this-thing-to-my-kindle solution without anything fancy in it.

2015-01-13T07:11:46-07:00January 18th, 2015|Categories: kindle, Technology|Tags: , , , |

Extreme Budget Tablets: Hands On Comparison

Review of budget tablet models and how they compare, these are Android tablets less than $70 in price.

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