New review by me:
“A little bit ago I took a look at a home humidifier that works fine but today I’ve got another one that’s a humidifier yes but it’s portable and more for a single small space like around your desk or even in your car. The product is a portable USB powered humidifier from a company called Pretty Care and it works great, it’s silent and it lasts all days or about eight hours. Read on to learn more…”
Another new review by me:
Quote: “It’s winter time and that means the the furnace comes on to keep you warm which is a good thing but it can be a bad thing as well as it’s dry air and it can aggravate health conditions. If you’ve ever noticed how there’s more static electricity in the winter, the dry air is the cause of that as well which isn’t good if you’re dealing with computers. I personally have bad sinus problems and the dry air makes them a lot worse so I need a humidifier. I recently purchased a new on and I’m very happy with it so I thought it was worth sharing my review of it as you might be interested. The humidifier is from Honeywell and it’s called the Mistmate and it’s a cool mist humidifier that is ultrasonic and doesn’t need a wick or filter or anything like that, it essentially vibrates and produces a cool mist to add humidity to the air. I like this humidifier a lot, it works very well, it’s virtually silent and it lasts a long time. Read on to learn more…”
New review by me..
"Today for review I have an inexpensive laser gaming mouse, at least I think it’s a laser sensor, it might be optical. The mouse says laser sensor, the packaging on the front says laser sensor, but on the back it says optical. The sensor in the mouse goes up to 3200dpi, no it goes up to 2800dpi, no it goes up to 200dpi. Yeah I don’t know what the sensor levels are, there are three different labels with different DPI levels listed. The mouse also has adjustable weights in it, just kidding, actually no it doesn’t, the packaging says it does but in reality it doesn’t. Yeah this is ridiculous, read on if you want, if not then don’t… "