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Black Friday is Here! What is Daniel looking at?

As it happens every year black Friday is here again with both exciting and humdrum deals. Storage seems to be a big winner this year

November 24, 2017 Pocketables
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Bestek desk lamp review

Following up on our review of a rather useful power strip for desktop applications Bestek asked if we would like to look at a lamp.

November 23, 2017 Pocketables
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Accell Type-C to DP and DP MST hub Review

Accell has sent in some interesting devices to get a look at in the past. As both of these are Displayport it seemes appropriate to

November 22, 2017 Pocketables
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Azulle announces new Inspire systems

We have looked at products from Azulle before and although excellent devices most of those have been lower end PCs. We will be looking at

November 09, 2017 Announcments, Pocketables
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ROMOSS UPower 10000mAh Power Bank Review

It’s been quite some time since we looked at a power bank way back when we looked at a crushproof(I did finally find the limit

October 17, 2017 Pocketables
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BESTEK 8-Outlet Power Strip and 40W 6-Port Smart USB Charger Reivew

It’s been a little while since we looked at a desk style charger. Bestek recently reached out and asked us to look at one that

October 16, 2017 Pocketables, Reviews
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Kingston KC1000 NVME SSD Review

We’ve looked at a few Kingston products before for both PC and mobile storage. However both of those were value products over performance. The KC1000

October 09, 2017 Pocketables
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Nanoxia Ncore Retro Aluminum review

For roughly a month now I’ve given up my IBM model M for something newer but with an instantly classic design. Nanoxia sent in the

September 11, 2017 Accessories, PC components, Pocketables
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Our new Test Bench

Pocketables has used the same test bench for SSD and memory testing since we started reviewing them. We’ve used a different system for USB testing(

August 21, 2017 Pocketables
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Lexar SR2 Professional SD card reader

In January we reviewed lexars excellent UR2 microSD reader. Following this and our review of  the CFR1 reader from lexar we have a third component of that

July 31, 2017 Photography, Pocketables, Storage
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