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QICENT 7 Port USB3 Hub, does double duty as Monolith from 2001: A Space Odyssey

tl;dr; This is an excellent hub, that actually follows the specifications and certifications, and a great buy at $38 for a hub backed by an

December 05, 2017 Accessories, Pocketables, Reviews
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Sandisk Connect Wireless Stick Review

As I eluded to in a deals announcement¬†previously we have SanDisk’s Connect wireless flash drive in for review. This is a slightly different take on

April 24, 2017 Pocketables, Reviews, Storage
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[Deals] A few things to brighten your weekend includes FREE: Exiles on Play and a URL hack showing Top 100 Free Kindle books

I know; you saw the word “FREE” and clicked; so I won’t make you scroll, but there are some really good deals. Some deal spotters

March 18, 2017 Accessories, Amazon, Deal, Free, Pocketables
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[Deal] Orbi Mesh Wifi, Lenovo Chromebook, Benson Approved USB, Stranding Desk, 4G BLU, 128GB SDXC, and a Nest Deal

A bit of everything today! We’ve got you covered with for: a Lenovo Chromebook, Blu Android Phone, Standing Desk, NEST products, SanDisk 128GB SDXC card,

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DEAL: Codes for large discounts on Google Engineer Benson “Approved” USB-C CHOETECH cables @Amazon

Amazon has some great deals with codes on some USB-C cables made by CHOETECH, while we haven’t reviewed these yet, some of are ordering our

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Lumsing 5 port smart charger review

Lumsing sent us in a 5 port desk charger for evaluation, a deceptively simple unit it has no indications about quick charge of any type,

October 31, 2016 Accessories, Pocketables
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iDsonix USB Charging hub

Idsonx has sent what is possibly the most unique usb charger I have tested to date, it literally has it all, charging, a hub, usb

October 19, 2016 Accessories
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Olala USB Flash drives

Olala recently sent in a pair of rather unique usb flash drives for review both intended for use with smartphones and PC’s simultaneously. Both drives

October 03, 2016 Accessories, Android, Pocketables
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A few things to keep in mind when buying adapters

We’re moving away from dedicated ports more and more, simply because the size of current devices don’t allow that many inputs and outputs. That means

August 02, 2012 Accessories, Tips & Deals
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