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Xtorm XB201 POWER BANK EXPLORE 10000mAh Review

Xtorm XB201 POWER BANK EXPLORE 10000mAh Review Xtorm for me are a big name in battery innovation, they have systematically released product hit after product hit, and I was more then happy to look at their latest product. The Xtorm Power Bank Wireless 10000, is an 10000mAh battery in a small form factor and an included Micro-USB cable built into the battery. This completely removes the need to hav...[Read More]

Review: EC Technology Compact 12000mAh USB-C Power Bank

If your latest gadget comes with reversible and higher amplitude USB Type C connector goodness, chances are you’re looking for a new power bank to match. As well as the usual Micro USB input and USB-A output ports, this compact external battery from EC Technology boasts a handy little USB-C combined input/output port. The other remarkable thing about this power bank is that they’ve managed to cram...[Read More]

Review: WinnerGear’s fully reversable MicFlip mirco USB charging cable

I really enjoy geting to try out different things for review purposes. Every once in a while I get one that I end up nearly infatuated with the particular product. Off and on for the last week or so, I’ve monkeyed around with WinnerGear’s Micflip. On the surface, it looksl ike any other USB charging cable, where it’s Mirco where it plugs into the device, and type A where plugs in...[Read More]

Review: EC Technology’s mirrored charging pad

Having landed a Nexus 6 about a year ago, I’ve really come to appreciate wireless charging. I tend to use them during the day, when I’m prone to pick it up and put it back down on a frequent basis, as well as overnight. I like how they preserve the charging port. In using them, I’ve also come to appreciate how some stand out from the crown, in their appearance. This one from EC T...[Read More]

Review: J-Bonest Surge Protection Power Strip with USB

I never seem to have enough power sockets, and even when I do they’re usually filled with individual USB chargers to power my various gadgets. That’s where this UK power strip from J-Bonest comes in. Not only does it turn 1 UK mains socket into 4 surge protected sockets, but it also gives you an additional 4 USB charging ports. This trailing socket has a thick cable and heat-resistant plastic shel...[Read More]

Review: EC Technology’s 10,400 mAh Power Bank

With as phones getting more powerful, and screen getting an ever increasing number of pixels, it just makes sense for people to carry around spare batteries. I’ve been trying out one by EC Technology, that’s larger than the others that I’ve used. Frankly, I like it’s shape, capacity, and “future proofing”. This one could easily become my daily driver, to carry w...[Read More]

Review: EC Technology’s wireless charging pad

EC Technology is a company that sells a variety of products. I’ve had the pleasure of trying out one of their wireless charging pads this week. Of all the charging pads that I’ve tried, this one looks the nicest. The unit is all black on the top, and a metallic looking gray on the bottom, as well as all around its side. The unit is oblong, being round at the ends and straight along the...[Read More]

Review: Omaker’s three port USB car charger

Omaker sells what they call “lifestyle accessories”. What they offer includes things that range from Bluetooth speakers, two lamps, two cables. This week, I’ve been using one of their USB car chargers. I’m home, I’m pretty fond of this thing. The design and appearance of this charger is fairly simple. There’s No Frills to it, the entire unit is black or grey, wi...[Read More]

Review: EC Technology USB Solar Charger

I’ve always liked the idea of solar products but as we don’t get a lot of sun where I live and in the past I’ve been disappointed with their performance. However I thought this solar charger was worth checking out since the technology has been advancing and it has 3 fairly large panels that offer up to 23.5% efficiency and up to a 5V 2A charge from its two USB output ports. The 3 panels are sewn i...[Read More]

Review: EC Technology Qi Wireless Charging Pad

This charging pad from EC Technology lets you charge any device that’s compatible with Qi wireless charging. The oblong pad is a decent size suitable for larger phones as it’s just over 6” long and 4” wide. It also contains 3 coils which means it’s a lot less fussy how you position your phone. It has an acrylic glass and aluminium build that gives it a premium feel compared to a lot of the plastic...[Read More]

Review: EC Technology 5,200mAh Power Bank

Sold by iec Technology, I’ve been reviewing a portable power bank over the last several days. The unit is handy, holds a decent sized charge, and even comes with a flashlight built in. Much to my surprise, the latter was quite efficient. Here’s how my experience with it has gone. The unit itself is colored entirely in black, save for iec’s markings. It’s made of a soft mate...[Read More]

Review: aLLreLi’s dual port car charger and magnetic holder

aLLreLi, a supplier of mobile solutions, has sent me a car kit for review purposes. The kit includes two parts, both of which are being covered today. The first is a dual USB port charger that includes a small, calculater-esque screen gives your car’s current battery charge. The other part is a magnet that holds your phone in place while you drive. Dealing with the former first, it is compri...[Read More]

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