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Corsair Flash Voyager Mini 16GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review


yep, another review:

Link: http://technogog.com/review/review-of-corsair-flash-voyager-mini-16gb-usb-3-0-flash-drive/

“Up for review today I’ve got the Corsair Flash Voyager Mini which is a 16gb USB 3.0 flash drive. This drive looks nice with a metal brushed housing and it does have decent read speeds but sadly the write speeds are horrible. Read on to learn more.. ”

+Lifeguard Mini 1 3000mAh Portable Charger Review


New review by me on Mobility Digest:

Link: http://mobilitydigest.com/review-of-lifeguard-mini-1-3000mah-portable-charger/

Quote: “Hello, hello, I’m back with another review of another portable battery for you. Today for review I’ve got the +Lifeguard Mini 1 3000mAh portable charger or portable battery or whatever you won’t to call it. It’s 3000mAh capacity so you should be able to get one full charge for most phones, or ‘top off’ several devices. This battery would be fine for a days outing or to use an emergency charging as a backup for other chargers you might have. You never what can happen so it’s nice to be prepared right? The +Lifeguard Mini 1 is small, only about four inches long and just a few ounces in weight so you can easily take it with you in your pocket if need be. Read on to learn more… “

Review of LON Bluetooth Portable Speaker


Up for review today I have what’s aptly named the Little Speaker, it’s from a company called Lon who is based in Colorado. The speaker is tiny at only 2”x2” and it weighs in at a little under 3 ounces but don’t let the small size full you as it can get much louder then speakers that are 2-3 times its size. The speaker has clear sound and it’s very simple to use, so read on to learn more…



Blackfire Clamplight Mini LED Flashlight Review


Another new review by me..

Link: http://blog.testfreaks.com/review/review-of-blackfire-clamplight-mini-led-flashlight/

"Blackfire makes several different flashlights that are much more than just a light and I’ve reviewed the regular Clamplight a little bit ago, but today I have another one from Blackfire called the Clamplight Mini and it’s just what it sounds like a tiny Clamplight. This little flashlight features an LED that never needs replaced and has a battery life of about 55 hours. The Clamplight Mini is not only a light but it’s clamp, the clamp is built in so you can clip or clamp the light to any surface or you could even use it as a clamp to hold things together. Read on to learn more…"

Kinivo ZX120 Mini Portable Speaker Review


New review by me..

Link: http://blog.testfreaks.com/review/review-of-kinivo-zx120-mini-portable-speaker/

“Today for review I’ve got the Kinivo ZX120 mini portable speaker which is just like it sounds, a small speaker you can take with you. The ZX120 is basic but it’s inexpensive, it’s not wireless but it does have an integrated 3.5mm audio cable so you don’t have to take one with you. The battery life is excellent at ten hours on a single charge and the ZX120 is well made and even comes with a carrying case. Read on to learn more..”

Rapoo A3060 Bluetooth Mini Speaker Review


New review by me over on TestFreaks..

Link:  http://blog.testfreaks.com/review/review-of-rapoo-a3060-bluetooth-mini-speaker/

“The new thing lately seems to be adding touch controls to most everything and that can be a good thing or a bad thing, it just depends on how it’s implemented. Today for review I’ve got the the Rapoo A3060 Bluetooth Mini Speaker which acts as an external speaker for music or it can be a speakerphone for hands-free calling. The unique thing about the A3060 is that it has touch controls on the top to control things like volume, answer or end calls and play and pause of your music. The A3060 is very well made, attractive looking and best of all it sounds good, so read on to learn more.. “

HandGiftBox TF Card Mini Size MP3 Player Review


New review by me…


Link: http://www.dragonsteelmods.com/handgiftbox-tf-card-mini-size-mp3-player-review/

Quote:  "Up for review today I’ve got an MP3 player from a company called HandGiftBox and it has a price of about $8. The player is small and portable and uses a microSD card for storage with no internal storage at all. So what do you get for $8? Is it even worth your time? I’d have to say no as for me the player broke with less and an hour of use and the headphones sound horrible and are very uncomfortable. The player can only use a microSD card up to 8gb in capacity and battery life is a dismal two hours. So read on… "