New review by me on TestFreaks..
“Up for review today I have another Bluetooth speaker, and it’s another speaker that features touch sensitive controls. Today I have the Satechi BT Touch which has two 2.5 watt speakers in it for stereo sound and touch controls for calls and music playback. The BT Touch offers up to six hours of play back on a single charge and it has a 3.5mm auxiliary port so you can use it with devices that aren’t Bluetooth enabled, so it’s good for most anything. It’s inexpensive but yet it sounds great, so read on to learn more..”
“Up for review today I have another CPU cooler, but this one is liquid based. Cooler Master has sent over the Seidon 120XL all-in-one liquid cooling system which is a closed loop setup that requires virtually no maintenance from the end user besides blowing the dust out of of the radiator every once in a while. The Seidon 120XL features the ability to use one of two of the included 120mm fans, how many you use will depend on your needs of course, but I found that using either one of two the Seidon is very quiet and performs extremely well at keeping the CPU cool either at stock or even at overclocked speeds. The Seidon 120XL is very well made and fairly easy to install as well. So read on to learn more and how everything works… “
"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… "
I’m writing occasionally for another site now called DIY Guides, and I’ve just posted my first review.
Quote: Today for review I’ve got a great product to help protect you and yours from a company called SimpliSafe. It’s an alarm system yes, but it’s unique in that it doesn’t use phone lines but cellular signals, so someone can’t cut the line when it tries to call for help. The system is made to be portable and you own it, you don’t rent it like you do with some other security companies. One of the best features about this system is the price, actually two prices. You’ll pay for the system, it’s relatively inexpensive and you own it forever, but if you want police dispatch you’ll need to pay as monthly fee as well that’s only $14.99. That price is well below what other companies charge on a monthly basis. SimpliSiafe sent me over what they call their Apartment Security System, but it of course can be used for your home as well, so let’s get into this already…