Blah, blah, blah… I’m tired, but here’s the news…
yep, new review by me..
“Virtual reality glasses are popular and you’ve got many choices when looking for a pair for you, they’re essentially Google Cardboard but just better and usually not made of cardboard. Today for review I’ve got one of the nicest pairs I’ve reviewed from a company called Elegiant which are actually the VR Shinecon, these are very well made and they’ve got numerous adjustment knobs so you can adjust them to your prescription if you wear glasses. The only complaint I could have about these is that they have no magnetic button to use in apps and games so you’ll need a controller to get full use out of them. Read on to learn more… ”
New review by me on Technogog..
“Up for review today I’ve got a Google Cardboard VR Glasses kit from Kollea and this is a kit where you have to build it yourself and it’s fairly easy, took me about five minutes to do. The glasses work fine, the lenses are clear and there is a magnetic button on the side to use in the VR apps. Read on to learn more… ”
Yeah another new review by me…
“Up for review today I’ve got another Bluetooth speaker from a company called CoolStream, it’s the BTS201 and it’s not Bluetooth but it has an auxiliary input along with USB and an SD card slot. The speaker would be great for home or office as it’s rather large, but it’s still portable. Sadly the sound isn’t that great, and that’s not what you want to hear when you talk about speaker. Read on to learn more… ”