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Kingston A1000 NVME SSD Review

Our first look at NVME left us hungry for more even if we were hesitant of the pricepoint. Kingston saw fit to follow up on

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Koogeek S1 Smart Scale – review

Up until now, I had a great excuse to be on the heavy side of my BMI charts. The scale I had, had been made

October 17, 2018 Pocketables, Reviews
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FreeTail Evoke Pro 1000x microSD

Kingston may be quickly filling the gaps at the low end with the sale of Lexar  however the high end market for professional storage is

October 15, 2018 Pocketables, Reviews
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The PICUN H2, another pair of “Me Too” Bluetooth Earbuds

The Picun are a fine pair of headphones, there is always a smattering of coupons available to bring down the unpalatable $22 price, let alone

October 10, 2018 Pocketables, Reviews
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Giveaway: Sensport Rave 1 Bluetooth speaker

Hey All! It’s giveaway time! Good people at Sensport offered one Sensport Rave 1 speaker! You can read the full review here. I’m going to

September 21, 2018 Giveaways, Pocketables
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When your coach is AI! Soul: Run Free Pro Bio headphones

Give me two wheels and I’m happy. Put me in running shoes and I will regret every cake I ate. Cycling, although it’s “my thing”,

September 21, 2018 Audio, Pocketables, Reviews
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You know what band kind of rocks? This one.

I get more industry mail than you’d expect (tech, film, music, audio, babies, etc) and ran across this band the other day (a band named

September 19, 2018 Pocketables
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PSA – 911/Emergency Services and your kids

This is cross-posted from theITbaby, the preeminent news source for oversharing about Paul’s kids and kid gadgets since 2013. We were out at a children’s

September 17, 2018 Pocketables
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Comparing local OTA/HDHomeRun Duo screens to YouTube TV

I’d mentioned earlier that in many cases the local channels I’m getting on YouTube TV look kind of meh when compared to what I was

September 14, 2018 Pocketables
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Thoughts from an old guy on going from Cable/Satellite to streaming

When I was a kid I had three channels, five after the sun went down. Most of my pre-20’s I had six or seven channels

September 13, 2018 Editorials, Pocketables
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