Let’s take a look at this awesome Alxum USB3 (type-c) to SATA Docking & Cloning Station. This is quite basic device and shouldn’t need introduction, but here are the features. It comes with type-c connector only, but you can use a standard USB3 or USB2 (slower speeds) cable to connect it to normal USB ports. However if you want to clone your drive, then you don’t need the PC at all. I shouldn’t say “clone”, because I was told this does not support encrypted drives, which means it most likely won’t clone partitions and system info either, so it just copies all the files and won’t make the drive bootable.
This device supports 2.5 and 3.5 inch drives and can read up to 12gb drives. It has really nice button at the back to turn power on / off, most devices nowdays don’t have such cool button (clicks in / out, which indicates if it’s on or off). Also on top we see 25 – 50 – 75 – 100% that indicates how much of the drive has been copied. UK version comes with UK and EU plugs, so it’s also suitable for EU customers.
If you wish to know more and see how it looks like, then check the video review below that shows you everything, including unboxing.
Gosund makes smart sockets for different regions, EU, UK and this time we have USA socket here. Unfortunetely USA socket does not have the built-in electric meter, but everything else is as good as on other ones. It’s very small and can be controlled via “smart life” (go smart) mobile app, but also has physical button on the socket in case you want to turn it off physically, otherwise once it’s setup with your app, you can control it from anywhere in the world (as long as socket is still connected to your home Wi-Fi). It’s rated for 1200w and should automatically turn off in case of overload, while UK one is rated for 2300w and EU one is 3500w!
It also supports Alexa, Google Assistant and IFTTT, so you can setup voice commands and such. For more details and step-by-step guide on how to set it up, check out the video review below:
These smart plugs / sockets are really awesome, this specific version comes with built-in electrical meter that measures voltage and amperage (shows wattage based on volts and amps), so it truly is “smart socket”. As per usual, it can be controlled via mobile app called “Smart Life”. You can set timers and schedules and group with other devices. Smart Life app also supports alexa, google assistant and IFTTT. Smart Life app itself has built-in voice commands, but it’s quite basic and you have to “hold to speak”, but works great and recognizes text just fine.
This is UK specific plug, rated for 2300 watts max and has overload protection, it turn the plug off automatically and sends you alert in case there is overload.
For more details and how to setup, check the video review below.
It’s quite simple device, yet very useful! This smart wireless socket can come in handy in many situations, such as turning on coffee machine, turning your lights off ..etc and it can all be done wirelessly, Smart Life app allows you to control this socket from anywhere in the world! As long as the socket is connected to your local wifi (which you setup in the app), then your socket is always online and can be controlled under your Smart Life app account.
On video I forgot to show the part in the app that shows electrical meter. This plug is capable of showing voltage and amperage that goes through the socket and can calculate exact wattage used. Also has monthly reports that shows how much power has gone through this plug during each month, it’s really neat feature! and it’s rated for 3500 watts max, so it’s more than enough to connect your home appliances to this (cooker, coffee machine, toaster, heater ..etc)
For more details, unboxing and step-by-step setup guide, check the video review below:
Take a look at this awesome Charmast USB power bank, it’s a lot higher capacity than other ordinary power banks, it’s 26800mAh, if that doesn’t tell you much, then as comparison, normal phone batteries are between 1200 – 3500mAh, some tablets might have about 5000mAh, but never heard any mobile devices have more than that.
This high capacity power bank will easily charge your mobile device about 8 – 15 times, it also has Type-C connector and can charge multiple devices at same time.
Power bank comes in 3 different colors, black, pink and white. For further details and unboxing, see the video review below.
Here’s a review of a very simple 10000mAh USB Power bank, it’s designed to power your phone or tablet when you’re nowhere near a charger or USB outlet, so keeping one in your pocket is a good idea .. that is ofcourse you are heavy phone user and need that extra juice!
Comparison to a phone / tablet battery, a normal phone has usually 1000 – 3000mAh battery and some tablets might have bit more, but nothing goes over 5000mAh. It also supports qualcomm quick charge.
Here we have a really small and lightweight “mp3 player”. Not sure why people still call them mp3 players, because they can play other formats too. mp3 player name sticks from the days when they were only able to play .mp3 formats, but nowdays most of them can do almost any audio format (such as .wav .flac .mp4 ..etc) and also some video formats. X02 can also play video files and show the video on screen, good for playing music videos.
It has 8gb internal memory and expandable up to 128gb (SD card slot). Very basic player, yet good quality and somewhat easy to use. Check the video below for further details.
Fully Programmable Compact Mechanical Keyboard with blue switches, Fully Programmable Gaming mouse and perfectly long mouse + keyboard mat!
AcGam seem to be stepping up with really cheap, yet good quality gaming gear. This keyboard is fully programmable, even tho it has only white backlight, it has everything else that a gamer needs. You can re-program any button and it has detachable cable so you can easily store it in a bag, making it perfect for travelling.
Mouse is also fully programmable and has 10000 dpi sensitivity. Software allows you to program 5 profiles and each profile can have 5 dpi settings and colors are also fully programmable to your liking. Each profile can have just the color you like.
Mouse mat is very simple, but that too, has some good feature – the stitched edges, making it durable around the edges.
For more details, including the software setup and usage, check out the awesome review videos below:
Here we have a mini wireless smart switch. It’s rated for 240 volts @ 5 amps max. It requires eWeLink mobile app, but can also be turned on / off manually by pressing the tiny button on top (which is real nightmare to press).
This switch is excellent for lights, but can also be used for other stuff. Just remember that 5 amps @ 240 volts = 1200 watts, so anything that takes more than 1200 watts of power would probably fry the thing.
It also works with Alexa, so you can have voice commands 🙂 For any further details, check out the video below. Video contains unboxing, first look, installation guide + app setup / pairing. In other words, it’s a full review of the product, everything you need to know.