New review by me over on Mobility Digest
Quote: “Today for reviews I’ve got a Bluetooth speaker called the Betasphere HR 800 and it looks similar to other speaker on the market today. The speaker was provided by My Trendy Phone for review and overall it’s not a bad little product, battery life is decent as is the sound overall. The speaker is what they call 2.1 sound where it has a full speaker and a subwoofer inside of it. The Betasphere also has controls for volume and it also acts as a speakerphone with a built-in microphone and a button for answering and ending calls. Read on to learn more.. “
New review by me over on Mobility Digest
Quote: “Up for review today I’ve got an inexpensive set of headphones from Wicked Audio called the EVAC. These are just regular stereo headphones, there’s no microphone, these are just for listening to music but it has a standard 3.5mm jack so they will work with most phones and other portable audio devices. Price is under $30 for the EVAC headphones, but the sound and build quality is decent for the price. Read on to learn more..”
New review by me!
Quote: "Power, power and power and I hate writing intros to reviews, especially when I’ve reviewed a lot of the same product over and over again. Yes they are all different, they’re all by different companies and have different specifications, but yet the base product is still the same and it does the same thing. Really how many ways can you say the same thing? So today for review I’ve got a battery, specifically a 2000mAH external battery called the iWallet from a rather new company called D8. The iWallet is very small and portable and it comes with three different tips for charging various devices, but bet of all it has a regular USB port for charging so you don’t even need any tips. So read on…"
Another review by me…
Quote: "Back to school next week for my kids, I think of lot of kids are back in school or are heading off shortly and the backpack is, I think, like a symbol of school. Most every kid or adult going to school has a backpack and having kids I know all backpacks are not created equal. My kids are getting older, but I still have a rather young one at eight years old and I found those ‘character’ style packs aren’t exactly the best quality. As we get older we learn to appreciate quality made products and I think going off to college you need something that will last though the year or even years to come. College isn’t like grade school, I know my kids seem to need or want a new bag every year, but college is different, you’re older and grown up so you don’t need a new bag every year anymore, you want one that will last through college and past hopefully. You need a bag like what I have for review today from ECBC, it’s called the Hercules and it’s aptly named as it can hold up to a 17” laptop but it’s got a whole lot of room for everything else you’ll need to take with you and it’s very well made. Quality comes at price though, this backpack will set you back about $140, but I think it’s money well spent as it will surely last for several years I would think… So read on to learn more about the Hercules… "
News review by me on Mobility Digest….
Quote: "I don’t know about you but my phone sometimes doubles as my MP3 player and you can’t exactly use a Bluetooth headset for listening to music. BT headsets are nice for taking calls, but it’s only one ear, so you really need a stereo headset but then you also need a microphone so you can take calls. Up for review today I have the Wicked Audio Deuce earbuds which is a stereo headset but it has an in-line microphone. The price of these is actually under $10 so you can’t really expect much can you? Read on… "
Hey look, it’s another review by me!!
Quote: "Way back in November I reviewed the Rivacase Tablet bag and I liked it a lot, but I’ve recently gotten another tablet bag for review and I like it better and it’s from Rivacase as well! Today for review I have the Rivacase 8112 which is also a tablet bag for tablets up to 10.2” in size. This bag is much nicer than the one I reviewed previously, but the other one still is nice, I just like the functionality of this new one much better. The 8112 not only features a nice roomy and padded section for your tablet, but it has front and back pockets along with a few smaller pockets as well for things like pencils or whatever. The other bag was nice but this one has become my new favorite for sure. Read to to check it out.."
A new review by me on Mobility Digest!
Quote: "I’m sure you’ve noticed by now that we’re covering a bit of gaming here on Mobility Digest, it’s an attempt to diversify, and I guess it works. There is mobile gaming out there and it’s not just on our phones, I’ve got a few different portable gaming consoles and they’ve got plenty of accessories for them which I like to accumulate. The PS Vita is the latest and greatest portable gaming console on the market and personally I like it for the most part. Today for review I’ve got what I think is a must-have accessory for your PS Vita, it’s simple and it’s very inexpensive coming in at only $4. It doesn’t have any special fancy name, but the name exactly describes what it is, the Plastic Handgrip for PS Vita. It’s an accessory that I truly love, I find it very useful and it just makes gaming much more fun really."