Micro USB

Review: EasyAcc 6000mAh Power Bank With Integrated Lightning Cable

EasyAcc PB6000CBL is an ultra-slim 6000mAh power bank with a built-in non-removable Lightning cable that’s been MFi certified for charging Apple devices. Measuring around 5″ x 3″ and being only about a quarter of an inch thick makes this external battery extremely portable – it’ll slip easily into your bag or pocket and won’t weigh you down. The stand-out featur...[Read More]

Review:Aukey PB-N36 20000mAh Power Bank

Not only has this PB-N36 external battery got a massive 20000mAh capacity, but it also gives you the option to recharge it using either a Micro USB or Apple Lightning cable. It has the usual long slab design but comes inside a nice protective drawstring carry pouch. I found you can just leave it with this sleeve fitted since all the ports are located at one end. While it’s a little large to fit in...[Read More]

Volta Magnetic Charging Cable Review

Volta Magnetic Charging Cable Review A constant problem I have when using USB cables is that you have to fiddle with getting them into the port on your device. This is normally due to the various positions I use them in to charge my large array of tech devices. Volta has come up with a fantastic solution to this issue, their magnetic USB-C Cable. Allowing you to have the connector part of the cabl...[Read More]

cPro and mPro NFC Car Dock from iBolt Review

cPro and mPro NFC Car Dock from iBolt Review Today I am looking at two similar docks, but with a difference. The cPro is a USB-C charger integrated NFC Car Dock, while the mPro is an integrated micro USB Car Dock. Each offer the added bonus of using NFC. This means that when getting into a car, I can pre-allocate settings to be enabled by the NFC tag supplied with it, when it goes into the dock. W...[Read More]

Luminid Touch and Flash Micro USB Cable Review

Luminid Touch and Flash Micro USB Cable Review You go to bed, the lights are off and you want to charge your phone. The story goes, you fumble for the cable, try the connector both ways 15 times, and eventually you get it connected. But not anymore! The Luminid Touch and Flash, is a micro usb cable with a built-in LED on the micro usb end. Which means that it lights up, but only when you touch it....[Read More]

Review: [FUSE]chicken Titan M Tough Micro USB Cable

To me Micro USB cables are a consumable product. Maybe I’m overly careless or charge too many gadgets, but I’m lucky if a cable lasts me 6 months. Eventually they go wonky and only work for a few seconds when bent into some weird position. As a result of a Kickstarter campaign, [FUSE]chicken have developed their Titan range of tough cables for Android and iOS and were kind enough to send me one of...[Read More]

Review: Verbatim Nano 32GB USB Drive with Micro USB Adapter

We’ve reviewed quite a few different flash drives that (as well as having a standard USB connector) plug directly into the micro USB port of your Android device allowing you to expand the storage or transfer data via OTG. Verbatim used to be a big name in old school removable media such as floppy disks and writable CDs and DVDs, but I haven’t heard their name in a while. It turns out they’re still...[Read More]

Review: thingCHARGER Charging all the things

Most households now-a-days have multiple devices, connected to multiple charger. It’s always nice to find a charging solution that can reduce the number of charging cables you might have laying around plugged into outlets in the home. I’ve been trying thingCHARGER throughout my home over the last couple weeks. Currently it’s plugged it into an outlet on my kitchen counter keeping...[Read More]