LUXA2 TX-200 Dual Wireless Charging Station Using The Qi Standard LUXA2, a Division of Thermaltake, has been creating devices for the mobile lifestyle since 2009. The LUXA TX-200 Dual Wireless Charging Station came to market at the end of February 2014 to allow smartphone and tablet charging without the need of any wires. LUXA2’s Dual …more
Anker 2nd Gen Astro 6000mAh Portable Battery Introduction Anker has been making external battery recharging solutions for some time now, and is always striving to come up with innovative products that you and I will appreciate and enjoy. Today, we’re going to look at an intelligent battery, called the 2nd Gen Astro 6000mAh portable battery. …more
One of the burning questions facing consumers in this modern world is which cellular data/voice carrier is best for me? This is a question not even thought of a few decades ago. Fortunately, there are hardworking statistics geeks like the folks at RootMetrics that have done what they deem is the “most comprehensive mobile performance …more
Checking Out The Verizon Ellipsis 7 4G LTE Tablet The Verizon Ellipsis 7 Tablet is a new release from ‘The Worlds Most Reliable Network’. The Ellipsis 7 is targeted at those looking for productivity on the go, as well as a touch of entertainment. A 7″ tablet is small enough to toss into a jacket …more
What Intel 7260 Wireless Card Should You Get? Do you want a new wireless card in your laptop or desktop PC? Last year Intel released their first 802.11ac wireless card and you can purchase one for under $30, which makes it a rather inexpensive upgrade for your system. The vast majority of laptops and desktops …more
AT&T Unite Pro 4G LTE Hotspot Mobile hotspots are nothing new to the market, but manufacturers like coming up with new ways to make them more user friendly, modernized in both appearance and functionality, and have a greater battery life. AT&T recently released the Unite Pro 4G LTE hotspot, manufactured by Netgear, which packs a …more
Nokia Lumia 1020 It doesn’t seem that long ago that having a cell phone with a camera was only for those who had an excess of money laying around. It was more of a status symbol for those who wanted ‘1-up’ their friends and family. A few short years later, a camera phone was pretty …more
It wasn’t too long after the release of iOS 7 that a bug was reported that allowed unauthorized users to access a locked iOS 7 device through the control panel. Obviously, this is a pretty big security hole although a workaround exists by simply turning off the control panel access while locked. Regardless, Apple has …more
Microsoft has announced pre-order availability for the Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 mobile devices. Banking on improvements to boost sales, Microsoft is forging ahead with their two Surface lines even though they haven’t sold quite as hoped. The biggest improvement in our eyes is the increase in battery life which is reportedly much improved …more
Patriot’s Fuel+ Keeps Your Mobile Devices Powered Up! We rely on our smartphones and tablets to get us through the day, but quite often we find the battery needing to be recharged before we are able to charge our devices. There are literally hundreds of companies around the world that have introduced mobile rechargeable batteries, …more
A USB 3.0 Hub and Gigabit Ethernet Adapter! Last month we took a look at the Diamond Multimedia UE3000 USB 3.0 Gigabit Ethernet Adapter and found it to be a simple way to add a Gigabit Ethernet port to a desktop or laptop PC. The one problem with this adapter is that it used up …more
LG Optimus G Pro E980 It doesn’t seem that long ago that we had our first look at the LG Optimus G smartphone, but in reality it’s been 9 months since we wrapped that one up. Today we have the latest iteration of the LG Optimus series, the Optimus G Pro. The Optimus G Pro …more
We ran out and purchased the 2013 Nexus 7 from Best Buy on July 26th and have been using it daily since we picked it up from the store. There are tons of Nexus 7 reviews already online, but we wanted to spend a few days actually using it rather than staying up all night and just posting up a ‘quickie’ on a product that we never really used. Read on to see what we think and how it performs against the original!
The DefenderPad is a product that was developed to protect your lap from laptop radiation and heat. It also replaced lap desks, lap trays and laptop cooling pads as it serves the same purpose. An FCC certified lab test revealed that DefenderPad blocks nearly 100 percent of all potentially harmful Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) and greatly reduces heat emitted by laptops, tablets and other modern devices. Read on if you need this to protect your lap!