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Libratone Q-Adapt on ear headphones 0

Libratone Q Adapt Wireless Headphones w/Noise Cancellation review

Libratone has released the Q Adapt active noise cancelling headphone with Bluetooth and wired connectivity that feature four levels of noise cancelation and around twelve

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Mixcder Shareme7 bluetooth headphones

Bluetooth headphones are quickly becoming more popular, and while devices like Skybuds and the Earin M1 focus on the completely wire free high end and offer

January 20, 2017 Accessories, Android
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ANKER SoundBuds Sport – Bluetooth headset review

This is not the first Anker product I own (3in1 reader, battery bank). So far my experience with the brand has been very good,  this

January 15, 2017 Accessories, Pocketables, Reviews
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Lumsing Smart Scale review

I purchased the Lumsing Smart Scale back in October as a replacement for my less than smart but pretty accurate 10 year old scale that

January 13, 2017 Accessories, Good and EVO, Reviews
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Lexar C1 microSD reader Review

With type c ports having been available on almost(samsung cough cough) all of the flagship phones for this year and been a universal shift in

January 12, 2017 Accessories, Android, Pocketables
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[Amazon Deal] Anker USB-C Adapter for Micro USB Cables $5.99 w/Code

This is just a wicked quick deal update for those of you (like me) with tangled balls of micro USB cables, and some USB-C devices

Bluetooth Logo 0

Why that great review of your crappy headset wasn’t a lie

While there have been a lot of products we’ve reviewed, or skipped reviewing that were very obviously purchasing reviews on Amazon, one thing has stood

January 10, 2017 Accessories, Editorials, Good and EVO
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CES2017, I came, I saw, I walked away concerned

CES 2017 has come and gone, and I dropped in for four days and saw as much as humanly possible going from when the show floors

January 09, 2017 Accessories, Good and EVO, Pocketables
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EARIN M-1 True Wireless Earbud review

The EARIN M-1 is a set of two individual earbuds that are not joined by a cable running behind your head and sound really really good.

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Pillage a Pebble [Quick Update on some Firesales, possible KS3 marking, $30-$130 @Amazon]

Apparently the OEM that made Pebble’s watches wasn’t paid, so didn’t ship to pebble, hence Kickstarter backers getting refunds not products. The OEM then sold all

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