Many thanks to the team at Think Tank Photo who kindly provided a Retrospective 20 for review.
It's a perennial problem, particularly with the high-power smartphones of today: they can do a lot but run out of grunt before the end of the day. It's okay if you can top up your phone in the afternoon that often that is not the case.
We have reviewed several alternatives, like fuel tanks and the like but the most obvious solution is something like the PowerSkin. It's a highly protective case with a built-in battery that in most situations will almost double the endurance of your phone.
Let me tell you why I like this case so much!
I'm sure that many others have looked at their desks in disbelief when they see the multitude of cables beginning to slowly take over their confined work spaces. Some are for your keyboard, monitor, or any other multitude of wired devices that zig zag and criss cross your slowly shrinking personal workspace.
Jabra has been long time friends of DigitalReviews. Back earlier in the year we awarded both the Jabra Freeway and Jabra Stone with our Editor's Choice Award. We have gotten our hands on the Jabra Drive, the latest car handsfree solution for a *ahem* test drive.
That’s the motto many pilots live by. Fuel buys time. It’s no different with the “fuel” in power banks like the brand-new Naztech units we received on our desk last week. They buy you extra time on your mobile phone and lots of it.
Let’s have a look at these two gizmos.
Coolermaster is well known for their cooling products for the desktop computer case as well as cpu coolers. They also have a line of products for the notebook as well. Today we will be taking a look at another of Coolermaster’s recently released notebook cooler, the Notepal Infinite Evo. Compared with the Notepal U Stand that we reviewed in the past, this appears to approach notebook cooling in a simpler design.