For those who don’t have the patience to read this post all the way through, let’s get the bottom line out of the way. The TLDR of it is this: The Marshall Major III Bluetooth is perhaps one of the best sounding on-ear bluetooth headphones in its price range that I’ve ever tried. It may not be as affordable as your common garden variety headphones, but it most certainly wasn’t designed and created to be such.Read more
The Limited Edition Digital Walker x Joyroom TWS Bilateral Wireless Earbuds – Get them while you can!
Guys! If you’re looking for a really cool pair of wireless earbuds that are super affordable but also sounds great, I highly recommend the Digital Walker x Joyroom TWS Bilateral Wireless Earbuds Limited Edition.Read more
Wow. I’m happily surprised with the performance of the Joyroom JR-T04S bluetooth earphones. As in. At first, I was a bit skeptical considering its very cheap price (I’ll get to that later). So, when I tried it, I didn’t expect to enjoy it more than I thought I would — and that’s a good thing!Read more
Gadget addicts, I’ve got really great news for you! The SM Gadgets Hub Fair 2019 is happening now until August 4, 2019.Read more
Hey, everyone! I can’t wait to share with you these new gadget accessories I’ve been using with increasing frequency the past few months.
If you’ve been following me on my blog and on social media, you probably already noticed that I’ve been putting out more and more videos recently. In fact, I started going heavy on vlogging as well (You can check out my videos on YouTube and on my Facebook Page).
What I normally do is shoot my footage using the Nikon D5600 DSLR and Nikon KeyMission 170 action camera, then work on them on my laptop. But, as much as I love editing my videos on my laptop, a 17″ portable workstation isn’t something you can always bring along anywhere you go. That’s why I sometimes find myself having to wirelessly transfer video files from my DSLR and action camera onto my iPhone especially when I want to put out videos on Instagram and Facebook.
But transfering videos files via bluetooth or even through a wifi connection isn’t really the ideal way to go. Can you imagine how big these video files are? It would take an eternity waiting for wireless transfers to complete. Not only that, long transfers eat up a ton of battery power, too.
But boy am I glad that all these woes are now a thing of the past — all thanks to my PhotoFast iOS Card Readers. Particularly, the PhotoFast CR-8710 (for the regular sized SD Cards) and the CR-8800 (for Micro-SD Cards). These lifesavers are designed to work seamlessly and effortlessly with iOS devices such as iPhones and iPads.
Music makes you move. It’s a fact. Whether you’re at your desk, at the gym lifting weights or out for a run, music sets the pace, motivates you and pushes you to go the extra mile.
When athletes and fitness buffs put on their headphones just before working up a sweat, it’s not just to look good (although it sometimes does, too), but mainly to get them in the zone and to stay in peak performance mode all throughout the activity.
With this proven concept in mind, Motorola has come up with a new line of products called VerveLife. This new set of amazing devices have been recently launched just a couple of days ago and I was fortunate to have been there to see them unveil these items.
Summer means lots of getaways and fun trips outdoors. And since we usually travel with friends and family, what better way to make our out-of-town adventures more fun than by bringing along some of our awesome gadgets. Whether it’s a high-capacity power bank that keeps our mobile devices juiced up or cool Bluetooth speakers to keep us company by the beach, it’s always great to have these things along.
With that in mind, Digits Trading has recently unveiled some of their newest tech accessories to make our summer escapades, parties and staycations even cooler (or hotter!) Haha!
I was there when Digits Trading made the big reveal and… well… being a geek myself, I could help but become giddy with all the cool gadgets they unveiled.
Storage, storage, storage. It’s one thing that we gadget geeks can never get enough of. Well, that and battery power of course.
Here’s the thing folks… as our devices get better and better and as the cameras of our smartphones are constantly upgraded with better sensors and higher megapixel capabilities, the file sizes of our photos and videos naturally get bigger. There’s no problem with that. By all means, anything better is always welcome. The dilemma lies in our device’s storage space. Storage has to keep up with the pace of how fast our hardware is improving.
Expandable memories such as Micro SD Cards are great but they slow down the performance of devices to a certain degree which is somewhat of a bummer. This is one of the reasons why a good number of smartphone and tablet manufacturers (like Apple) opt to take the built-in storage route instead.
If you’re one who enjoys photography, listening to offline music and dabbles in a lot of videography, storage limitation could prove to be a huge problem. Backing up and transferring media files can be quite a headache. It’s tedious and very tiring.
If you find yourself nodding and agreeing to some of the things I’m talking about right now, then what I’m about to introduce to you may well be considered a lifesaver.
Music. It motivates people with active lifestyles to push further and train harder.
It guides your rhythm. It keeps you company.
That’s why I absolutely make sure to have music with me every single day I go out to train… whether lifting weights at the gym or doing a couple of laps outdoors.
This is why having a good music streaming service, reliable mobile data and a dependable set of earphones are absolute musts for me.
While I’m pretty much an avid fan of Spotify and have never had the need to switch to a different service, my set of earphones are a totally different story. I’m constantly on the lookout for better ones that can keep up with my kind of lifestyle – a pair that doesn’t get in the way of my physical activities, yet doesn’t mind getting soaked by the intense sweat of my training.
Right now, I am currently trying out the BlueAnt Pump Mini.
The BlueAnt Pump Mini is a sturdy pair of bluetooth earphones that promises 6 hours of play time on a mere 1 hour charge. And though, I haven’t really worked up the battery of this baby enough to see if it does last that long, using it for 2-3 hours at a time during long hauls and intermittent training proves its power to be very promising.
Pasta is good for you. In fact, it’s the better kind of carbohydrate compared to white bread and rice.
But did you know that pasta is good for your smartphone and tablet as well? It’s true! Just not the kind of pasta you think, though.
The Pasta I’m referring to is the cool looking charge and sync cable created by thecoopidea (The Coop Idea).