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Idolian Mini Studio 8” Android Tablet Review


New review by me at TestFreaks!


Link: http://blog.testfreaks.com/review/review-of-idolian-mini-studio-8-android-tablet/

"Today for review I have the Idolian Mini Studio which is an 8” Android tablet which runs Android 4.1 or Jelly Bean. The tablet is small and very lightweight, it’s only 4mm thick and it weighs in at 420 grams. Idolian actually touts the Mini Studio as being a competitor for the iPad Mini and it has my vote, but I like Android and I’ve never really cared for Apple products. The Mini Studio comes with front and rear cameras, it has 16gb of storage built-in and you can expand it with a microSD card if that’s not enough. The tablet has wi-fi, Bluetooth and an HDMI output and it’s power by a dual CPU that runs at 1.6Ghz and there’s 1gb of DDR3 ram. In my time with it I’ve come find out it’s powerful little tablet that can handle pretty much anything I’ve thrown at it including 1080p videos that play flawlessly. The battery life is excellent, with just slight use like checking email and getting app updates I got over two and half days on a single charge. So read on to learn more about a great little choice for an Android tablet… "

Noctua NF-S12A PWM 120MM Cooling Fan Review


Another review by me on TestFreaks!


Link: http://blog.testfreaks.com/review/review-of-noctua-nf-s12a-pwm-120mm-cooling-fan/

"A few years ago a friend of mine brought his computer over to my house, needed some work and parts and when he turned it on it sounded like a small airplane taking off. You could hear this thing on the second floor of my house, that’s how loud it was. That was ridiculous in my opinion, you don’t need noisy and loud fans to have a cool system. Personally I must have a quiet system, but I don’t sacrifice performance for low noise levels. Noctua is one of the top companies when it comes to keeping your computer cool, they’re always innovating and improving on their designs and they’ve sent me over their latest 120mm cooling fan for review, the NF-S12A PWM. This fan is 120mm in size and has a maximum speed of 1200rpm, but you can use the included adapter to lower the speed to only 900rpm. I’ve put the NF-S12A up against another Noctua fan that runs much faster at 1500rpm, and I was surprised by the results and I think you might be too. Read on to learn more… "

Veho Pebble Smartstick Emergency Charger Review


Yep, new review by me on TestFreaks…


Link: http://blog.testfreaks.com/review/review-of-veho-pebble-smartstick-emergency-charger/

"Don’t you hate it when the battery on your mobile device dies during the course of the day and you realized you either forgot your charger or don’t have anywhere to charge it? Today for review I’ve got the Veho Pebble Smartstick Emergency Charger which is just like it sounds, a portable battery essentially to charge your devices in an emergency. That’s not exactly true I think as it doesn’t really have to be an emergency to use it, you can use it anytime you need to top off the battery in your device. The Pebble is very small and portable and comes with a few different tips allowing you to charge most devices on the market today. The Pebble is something that personally I need as my kids love using my iPod Touch 4th Gen but it’s aging and the battery only lasts for a little over an hour, and that isn’t much really. The Pebble allows my kids to keep using the iPod for more than what the battery normally allows. So read one to learn more.."

Pakuma Choroka K2 Laptop Messenger Bag Review


And another review….

Link: http://blog.testfreaks.com/review/review-of-pakuma-choroka-k2-laptop-messenger-bag/

"We are a mobile society, we take quite a bit with us and that includes laptops which aren’t exactly heavy duty and durable. Let’s face it, accidents happen, so I figure why not be prepared and at least protect your electronics with a decent bag or case? Today for review I have the Pakuma Choroka K2 laptop messenger bag that will fit laptops up to 15.4” in size. This laptop isn’t inexpensive, but it’s not overly expensive either, it sells for about $50 and I think it’s well worth it. The K2 bag features the Pakuma Cocoon system to protect your laptop, which uses memory foam to keep your laptop from getting damaged. The bag also has plenty of room for everything you need for the day, and there’s an abundance or pockets to help keep things organized and separated. So read on to learn more… "

Nokia BH-112 Bluetooth Headset Review


And another new review by me!!

Link: http://blog.testfreaks.com/review/review-of-nokia-bh-112-bluetooth-headset/

"Nokia is well known for their phones but they also make plenty of different accessories. Up for review today I’ve got the BH-112 Bluetooth headset from Nokia. This headset is very small and lightweight and features the ability to pair to two different devices at the same time. The BH-112 also features voice prompt instructions and voice prompts status updates. I’ve found the headset very comfortable to wear for long periods of time and call quality is very good as well is the battery life. Read on to learn more…. "

Noctua NF-A15 PWM 150mm Cooling Fan Review


Link: http://blog.testfreaks.com/review/review-of-noctua-nf-a15-pwm-150mm-cooling-fan/

"The cooling fan isn’t the most exciting thing to review, surely I’d rather be reviewing a video card or maybe a game, but the cooling fan is something that is truly needed in your system as without it you will no doubt run into problems! When it comes to fans, I think Noctua is probably the leading company out there as they are one that puts everything into design and innovation of their cooling products. Today for review I have one of their latest fans, the model NF-A15 PWM, which is a 150mm fan, but it actually has mounts for 140mm sizes. The special design of the NF-A15 allows you to mount a 150mm fan wherever you can install a 140mm fan giving you full 150mm airflow performance but in a smaller sized area. Read on to learn more about a great fan… "

TestFreaks Site Re-Design Done!


I finally finished the re-design of TestFreaks site!

It was a pain in the ass as I had to re-do the entire thing from scratch after I re-designed it the first time.

I was using a free version of the template as I wasn’t sure if it was what I wanted so I did the work and liked it. I went and bought the full or pro version but I found that I just couldn’t transfer my changes over so I pretty much had to start from the beginning as the pro version is different than the free.

oh well, go check it out: http://blog.testfreaks.com/