New review by me over on TestFreaks..
"Up for review today I’ve got a little gadget that I think can come in quite handy especially if you travel. The product is called the HooToo TripMate HT-TM01 and it does many things that I think you might be interested in knowing all about. The HT-TM01 is a router, it’s a bridge, it’s an access point, it’s a NAS and it’s a backup battery for your devices. This little all-in-one will work as a NAS on Android or iOS via an app you can download, or you can access it right from your computer to stream or transfer files back and forth to a USB flash or USB hard drive. To use it as a router you just need to plug in an Ethernet cable and you’re basically all set with a wireless network up and running in a few minutes. The battery inside is 5200mAh in capacity so, depending on the device you’re charging, you can get plenty of extra talk or play time from it. So read on to learn more about what I think is a handy little gadget… "
"Up for review today I’ve got something unique to help you keep your CPU Cool even under overclocking conditions. Water cooling can be a hassle if you do it yourself, but in the end it’s well worth as we all know liquid is better than air. Thermaltake recently announced the Water2.0 LCS or Liquid Cooling System and they released three versions, one of which I have today the Pro version. This little LCS is fairly simple to install and it offers excellent performance for a fairly low price. "
Review Link: http://www.dragonsteelmods.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=17448&Itemid=1
" So it seems I’m doing a few cooling related reviews lately so I figured I’d toss another in the mix. Today for review I’ve got the latest product from Thermaltake called the WATER2.0 Performer All-In-One LCS. The LCS there means Liquid Cooling System, and that’s what it is, an all-in-one closed loop cooling system to keep your CPU running cool and quiet. The Performer LCS offers cooling by liquid but without the hassles of setting one up yourself. The Performer is well made and it offers decent cooling performance for the price"
"It’s been a while since I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing any all-in-one printers, or at least high end ones. For review today I have the latest WorkForce or I should say workhorse from Epson called the WP-4540 that is a beast of a machine in more ways than one. The WP-4540 is full of features like the ability to hold over 500 sheets of paper ready for all of your printing needs. This printer is fast and relatively inexpensive in terms of cost per print and it prints beautifully whether you’re printing plain black and white for family photographs. "
"Up for review today I’ve got another Epson printer that’s called the Stylus NX430 small-in-one, it’s a play on words of course as it’s an all-in-one printer that’s very small. It’s meant for those that are limited on space, but still want a decent printer. The NX430 is basic yes, but it does include wi-fi and USB connectivity along with a full-size flatbed scanner and even a built-in card reader along with a nice 2.5” LCD display and touch controls. "
"Up for review today I’ve got an excellent printer for those that like to print photos. It’s an all-in-one really, it’s from Epson and it’s the Artisan 730. By the name you’d expect it’s for artists, and you’d be partially right as it’s for anybody who appreciates good quality in a printer and what the printer can produce. The Artisan 730 can be used on your network either wired or wireless and it’s very easy to get up and running, just a few steps and you’re good to go. The 730 prints beautiful pictures truly, and it can also print on CDs and DVDs so you can get creative with your projects. "