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Review: iClever BoostSound BTS07 Bluetooth Speaker

Following on from our review of iClever’s BTS05 speaker, now it’s the turn of its smaller and slightly cheaper little brother. The BTS07 has a similar black and red styling, but it’s a lot slimmer and more compact (coming in at just over 6” long). Apart from the red metal speaker grill, the rest of the unit is covered in a grippy TPU material. When I lifted it out of the packaging I was surprised ...[Read More]

Review: Choetech Bluetooth Transmitter and Receiver

Bluetooth is great for streaming audio wirelessly, but chances are if you’re reading this review then you’ve got some wired equipment you’d also like to use wirelessly. This triangular shaped adapter from Choetech will work with just about any device with a 3.5mm audio jack, allowing it to support Bluetooth audio. The unit has a plastic shell which seems to be high quality and I’d expect it to be ...[Read More]

Review: Omaker’s W4N wireless speaker

Over the last several years, watching the proliferation of wireless gadgets has been amazing to watch, from cordless phones (remember those?), to WiFi, bluetooth, and so on. The bluetooth speaker I’ve been toying around with, is one such example. This is smaller than the other ones I’ve reviewed recently, yet it sounded almost as good as the others I could stack up against it, at least...[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: iClever BoostSound BTS05 Bluetooth Speaker

iClever have released a new range of BoostSound Bluetooth speakers just in time for the holidays, and the first we’re taking a look at is the BTS05 which boasts two powerful 10W speakers, a passive subwoofer, IPX5 waterproofing and a 12 hour battery life. The unit itself has a 7.5” oval bar shape and has been coated in a black rubberised TPU material which is grippy and seems fairly rugged. Three ...[Read More]

Review: Esynic Mini Wireless Keyboard and Trackpad

I’m a big fan of those Android TV boxes that connect to your TV allowing you to run apps and stream all kinds of media. However they usually come with a terrible button remote which makes using them really frustrating. It takes ages to cursor around making selections, and they’re a nightmare when it comes to typing. I’d been using an air mouse which is much better as it lets you point at the scree...[Read More]

Review: Syllable D900 Mini Truly Wireless Sweatproof Earbuds

Completely wireless earbuds. I’ve always wanted to try this form factor, as I’ve been using bluetooth headphones for a while now. It’s time for everyone to give up on the wired headphones. But that’s none of my business. I’m not sure if the perfect pair are out there, but I’m definitely willing to give these Syllable D900’s a couple weeks of my time. My wo...[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: Leeron IPX7 Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker

If you’re looking for a Bluetooth speaker then the choice can be overwhelming, but if waterproofing is important to you then this model from Leeron is definitely worth checking out. The IPX7 rating means it can handle being submerged in up to a metre of water for up to 30 minutes which certainly beats a lot of the splashproof speakers we see around this $30 price range. It comes packaged in a card...[Read More]

Review: Koopower’s wireless doorbell

Koopower sells quite the diverse group of products that range from a sports watch, to Christmas lights, to this product: a wireless doorbell. My expectations of the unit were not in line with how it performed though, as it was much better than I’d pictured in my head. Frankly, it was both simple and reliable. The unit is comprised of three parts, all housed in white plastic, and they are acc...[Read More]

Review: Sumsonic Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker

There are so many different bluetooth speakers from even more manufacturers available for purchase these days, it can be quite difficult to choose one you can trust to work for you. Especially if you’re looking for a budget portable model, and scouring Amazon to do so. The last two weeks I’ve been spending some quality time with the Sumsonic LLX0463 portable bluetooth speaker. Playing ...[Read More]

Review: EC Technology Bluetooth Earhook Sports Headphones

This sports headset from EC Technology comes in a cardboard box along with a micro USB charging cable, instruction leaflet plus small and large replacement ear tips in case the fitted medium size doesn’t suit your ears. The headphones consist of two individual earpieces with flexible ear-hooks, connected with a flat rubberized cable. The ear-hooks were very comfortable and did a good job of keepin...[Read More]

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