New review by me…
“Up for review today I’ve got a small and portable LED desk lamp from a company called Boyon. The lamp is touch enabled to make using it very easy and it’s rechargeable over USB. The lamp isn’t very bright at only about three watts but it’s good enough for reading or enough to light up your keyboard at night. Overall it’s a decent lamp, read on to learn more… ”
New review by me on Technogog…
"Touch enabled is in our tablets and phones and some computers at this point but there are many other things in our lives that can be touch enabled. Today for review I have the OxyLED T-01 which is a touch enabled LED light bar that you can place wherever you need some light and might not have an outlet or the ability or skill to run wires there. The T-01 has four LEDs in it and the center section which houses the LEDs can be tilted to direct the light where you need it most. It uses four standard AAA batteries which should provide about 100 hours of use. Read on to learn more… "
So I do own a few Apple devices but I hate them personally, and I do not understand how they are so popular?! I’ve learned to hate Apple and every time I try and use one of their devices that hate just grows and it’s turning into rage. Right now I just want to smash my iPod Touch into a million pieces.
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I posted another review over on Mobility Digest last night…
Quote: "this is another product from Deal Extreme actually and that means it’s inexpensive. The product is officially called the Universal 3-Finger Touch Screen Winter Gloves for iPhone / iPad + More, but you can use them with any capacitive touch screen devices. It’s winter time and gloves are a must have but using them with your touch screen can be difficult so many companies have recently come out with compatible gloves and these are a varying degrees of quality I’ve found. As of now I have four pairs of these, I can never have too many gloves as I always leave the house without them or find myself forgetting them somewhere or other. These gloves only cost $3.60 and I have to admit they are decent, and they work very well at keeping your hands warm and letting you use your devices while wearing them. "
Android tablets have become kind of joke really there are many cheap ones out there and they’re giving the decent ones a bad name. I feel if you’re going to devote time and resources to something, then your should build a quality product, get the correct licensing etc and make it something that people will actually want to own. The inexpensive on the market today are more just toys, they’re running old versions of Android and have limited functionality. Are the cheap ones even worth it? They can be worthwhile I think, something for kids to play with and enjoy. They’re basically just something to browse the internet and play games with. Today for review I’ve got the Crystalview E-Pad Touch 7” Android tablet. This tablet has a 720Mhz CPU in it and is running Android 2.1. Honestly it’s pretty bad, even for the low price that it’s selling for.