New review by me over on Technogog…
“I get all kinds of mobile accessories for review and most of them are just more of the same, but every once in a while I run across on that stands out from the crowd like what I have today for review does. The Arespark AS100 Bluetooth speaker is wireless speaker yes, but it also has a microSD slot that turns it into a basic MP3 player. The AS100 also comes with a 3.5mm cable so it can be used with non-Bluetooth devices and it can be used as a speakerphone if need be. All that aside, the speaker itself is very well made, it’s durable and seems rugged and it sounds good and it can get very loud. Read on to learn more… ”
New review by me…
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… "
Yep new review by me over on Mobility Digest..
Quote: "So I’m back with another review for you, and then I’ll have another in a day or two actually. Today though I have a portable Bluetooth speaker, but it’s much more than that as you’ll soon see once you keep reading the rest of the review. The speaker is from a company called Global Hawk, and was sent over for review by My Trendy Phone, I’ve never heard of Global Hawk and I’m sure you haven’t either, but I’m always up to give anything a go and overall I’m impressed by this little speaker. This speaker is very well made and it’s heavy, I mean really heavy, or at least much more than I expected it to be, it’s made of metal and plastic and just overall it’s not bad… so read on.."
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"When is a pair of speakers not just a pair of speakers? When it’s the Audio Move SD from Satechi! Today for review I have the Audio Move SD which is a small portable speaker unit that can be used with anything that has a standard audio jack. It works very well as a speaker, but that’s not all it is as it’s an MP3 player too. Yes you can use the Audio Move SD as a stand alone MP3 player, just put your music on a microSD card and then insert it into the Audio Move SD and just hit play. So read on for a quick review of an interesting little gadget… "
" Today for review our friends at Geeks.com have sent me over a very inexpensive portable media player. This product will allow you to play movies, music, view photos or even read e-books right on your TV via component or composite connection on your TV. It uses a regular 2.5” hard drive and even comes with a carrying case and a remote. It’s not exactly a high end product, but it’s not bad especially considering it costs under $30. "
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"It’s about time I upgraded my Blu-Ray player I think, and Geeks.com has come through for me by sending a very nice Panasonic unit for review. My current Blu-Ray DVD player is an older model from Sony with not many features at all, and with very slow load times. Today for review I’ve got the Panasonic model DMP-BD655 Blu-Ray player that features fast boot and load times along with Viera Cast online features like Twitter, Netflix and even Amazon Video to just name a few. The unit is small and lightweight and I’m happy with it overall, but there are a few tweaks I’d like to see done to it. "
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