Consumer battery technology has largely stayed stagnate for decades, although our demands for portable energy has dramatically increased at the same time. I still remember in the early 80s when dad brought home our first NiCd rechargeable batteries, we had the full range from AAA to D cells, and a basic charger with adjustable bays so we can fit the different sizes in. It was a dinky thing and if memories serves me correctly, a full charge takes 8 hours and god forbid if you interrupted the recharging process or let it run too long.
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Here is a smartwatch review from a guy who doesn’t like wearing watches and about a watch brand you’ve never even heard of: Alfawise.
So are you ready to skip this review?
Not so fast, my friend! Our findings might surprise you...
Let’s look at this Alfawise KW88 Pro 3G Smart Watch from a different perspective.
PowerEx by Maha Energy Corporation, has long held a reputation for quality batteries and chargers. The MH-C9000 WizardOne is also affectionately known as the "Mother of all Chargers". For a product that was first released in December 2006 and still being raved about, that is a pretty solid backdrop for a new product.
My chiropractor has long recommended me to change to a vertical mouse to ease the issues I have been having on and off with my body. I do an awful lot of HOMAK (Hands on Mouse and Keyboard) time and whilst I am not into RSI territory, I have been firmly told that the standard mouse is terrible for me. I can just hear my chiro's voice in my head "keep your elbow close in and at 90 degrees!"
Anson Belt was kind enough to send me one of their "belts without holes" set to review.
Writing an article about belts for me would be a travesty if I don't include a little background. I have a love hate relationship with belts, generally more hate than love although there was a period of peace and prosperity.
Some 8 years ago we published an article on the original Bushman, a portable fridge/freezer that has become legendary among campers and outback travellers.
We decided to revisit the brand and see what they’ve built on the reputation of their original product.
We came away amazed at the range of DC refrigeration products they offer but were really charmed by the smallest fridge/freezer in the lineup: the Bushman Roadie 15L.
Let’s get chilling and show you what’s so cool about the Roadie!
With each iteration, the line that separates a "Smart TV" and a "computer" becomes more ambiguous. For someone who grew up in the era of CRT type TV and old school TV test patterns, Mr Bean's idea of a remote control still makes sense. Smart TVs is almost as functional as a computer, at the very least, it is on par with a tablet - it can browse the internet, run apps and connect wireless peripheral (mostly with ease). The remote control though seems to stay relatively constant, with more buttons, microphone and a keyboard that is homage to a Nokia phone pre-T9 keyboard.
The Logitech K600 Smart TV keyboard aims to make the smart TV work smarter with a full keyboard, touchpad and a D-Pad all in a svelte form factor.
At DigitalReviews.Net, we have had a long relationship with the "Boom" family of bluetooth speakers. We have gotten to be friends with Wonderboom, Megaboom, Megaboom 3, and now we get to welcome the Megablast into the party.
The siblings of the Ultimate Ears Megablast has earned very favourable reviews from our boss Martin at DigitalReviews, so there are some pretty high expectations when the unit landed on my desk.
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