Tile is one of the early names in the Bluetooth-enabled tracking space. Their Kickstarter campaign in 2013 raised a cool $2.6 million smackeroos and yours truly backed 8 units at the time. Since then the team has not sat back on their laurels, but have continuously refined and improve on their offerings. They have been kind enough to send through the new Tile Sticker and Tile Mate 2020 for review.
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Does anyone remember when a Nokia phone would go for like a week without needing a recharge? I am showing my age because that has not happened for at least a dozen years. Nowadays almost everyone would be carrying at least one portable battery, more if you are an AR game fan such as Pokemon Go or Harry Potters: Wizards United. Luckily Mophie always has our backs when it comes to keeping our gadgets juiced up on the go, this time we get to check out the Mophie Powerstation 10000 mAh.
Over here at DigitalReviews we are no strangers with ThinkTankPhoto, having reviewed a number of their fabulous bags over the years. I am still toting on a daily basis, the ThinkTankPhoto Retrospective Laptop Case 15L that I have had since 2013 and five workplaces. Aside from having to replace the shoulder pad twice for free, it still look stunning and none the worse for wear. I was not about to turn down the opportunity to test drive the new Urban Access 8.
You might have noticed a trend here at DigitalReviews.net: This time of year we focus a lot on cordless outdoor power equipment. Anything that will keep your garden trimmed and neat. So we reviewed trimmers, blowers, chainsaws and mowers.
From 18V lightweight stuff to 82V big boys gear.
Some of the tools were very impressive but none as awesome as the EGO POWER+ 52cm Self-Propelled Mower.
And here’s why.
At DigitalReviews, we are grateful to Jabra for providing a review unit of the Jabra Elite 65t. Whilst the Jabra Elite 65t is some 18 months old, with the recent announcement of the brand new Elite 75t, DigitalReviews will be looking at both models back to back.
Logitech MX series has long been my to-go for a workhorse mouse. There is some history before I had the MX Revolution, a truly magnificent mouse with it's giant dongle which I kept for years and years until I worked it to death. I dabbled around for a few years until I adopted the MX Master which has been my constant companion in my work bag. I stuck with the original MX Master through thick and thin, almost longer than my marriage actually.
Along comes the MX Master 3, with thanks to Logitech, DigitalReviews is stepping into the dojo to get acquainted with the new master.
Almost 3 months ago I wrote a review on the Voltaire Smart Grinder, a project that I backed in the Kickstarter stage well over two years ago.
To recap I was less than impressed with the finished product when it finally shipped 28 months late, it consistently failed to grind my beans, and was far far away from being consistent with the grind size.
I was talking to the support team at Get It Right, hoping they can get it right.
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