Review of a simple clip-on (lapel / lavalier) microphone. It’s rather decent quality mic and it has “adapters” for phones and PC, so it works on pretty much any device. It uses usual 3.5mm audio jack, so any device that uses 3.5mm mic socket, is supported.
Check out the review video below for details and quality test.
Here’s a very basic, yet high quality desktop microphone. It’s short range only and connects via USB. Cable is about 1.5 meters and around the microphone itself there’s a soft material that kind of acts like pop filter.
For more details and quality test, check the video below.
Buy on Amazon – https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07G1VPH51
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.
Let’s go ahead and unbox and test out this cool new RiwboX bluetooth headset! It comes in different colors, but Black with Gold looks amazing, this headset has good bass, but it’s not the most comfortable headset. It can also be used for handsfree talking. Want more details? Why not check out the video review below:
This USB microphone is designed for conferences, it’s a long range microphone with good quality, ofcourse you can’t compare the quality to a close range studio microphone, but for a long range microphone the quality is really good. It has no problems recording your voice from 3+ meter distances.
It’s super easy to use, just plug the USB into your PC or laptop and touch the touch button to turn it on / off. EASY! For more details and quality test, check out the video review below.
Let’s take a look at this new YI 1080 HD dashcam, it’s supposedly quite new model. It’s very easy to use, just insert micro SD card and connect it to USB power source and it will turn on. Unfortunetely it forces you to format the SD card, so make sure you have nothing important on the SD card (SD card not included), it’s really lame how it forces you to format the card tho, no idea why … it’s so not needed.
Anyway after the format, the camera is “care free”, you just connect it via USB to the cigarette lighter plug in your car and it will auto start once you turn the ignition on, it starts recording and after you turn ignition off, it will turn itself off (saving the last clip ofcourse).
It also has useful features such as G-Force sensor, this means if there’s impact, it will mark the clip as “important” and it won’t get deleted or overwritten when SD card is full, that’s useful in case of a crash and if you forget to download the clip to your PC.
It’s a really good quality camera for the price, check the video review for more details:
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.
Let’s take a look at this cool LBLA foldable mini quadcopter drone! It’s very basic design and you can fold in the propeller arms, so you can fit this in your pocket! It has a small headlight and rear light. Here’s a list of Cons and Pros.
Foldable arms (fits in pocket)
Easy to fly (suitable for beginners)
Can take a punch and doesn’t break too easy
Charges via USB (no need for stand alone charger)
Propellers can be changed very easily (push / pull, no screws needed)
Folding it too much can cause the wires inside arms to break
You must remove battery every time you want to charge it (no charging port on drone itself)
For more detailed review and flight testing, see the video below
This is quite interesting camera, it’s battery powered and very small, it’s about same size as some dash / action cams, but it functions bit differently. It’s designed as “spy” camera, so you can leave it on motion detection mode and then place it somewhere hidden, then let it do it’s job, then collect it afterwards to see what you caught on it.
It doesn’t support remote control or view, but it’s still a cool little thing. It’s 1080p, even tho video quality could be better, it’s still clear enough. It’s not designed to make movies, it’s designed to show what happens when nobody is there to watch.
ConBroV T33 also supports infrared night vision, it uses 3 powerful infrared LEDs to light up the area and then switches to infrared mode (infrared cannot be seen by human eye). infrared range is about 10 meters. For quality, how to use and other details, check out the video below.
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.