Reviews

Posted in: Computer Gear, Reviews
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Need a USB flash drive but the everyday ones just aren't tough enough for you? GorillaDrive might be your new data storage best friend. It's crush- and water-resistant and includes a metal lanyard loop. Plus, it looks tough. Gadget on! Host Interface: Universal Serial Bus 2.0/1.1 (USB2.0/1.1), UHCI (Universal Host Controller Interface) Supported Operating Systems… Read More

Posted in: Reviews, Travel Gear, Wallets
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While I travel a great deal within the US, I don't often go out of the country and thus I rarely need my passport. But my wife has plans for the Gadgeteer Kid and me before he goes off to college and beyond. We are currently planning a nice long trip to the British Isles for the G.K.'s… Read More

Posted in: Health, Fitness, Sports, Reviews
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So many people seem to be sporting fitness trackers on their wrists from popular makers like Misfit and Fitbit. These trackers help you keep track of your daily activity (steps, running, calorie burn, etc)  and some even track your heart rate. The LifeTrak Zoom HRV goes even further by tracking your HRV which stands for… Read More

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It's time to revisit six of my past reviews to see how well the products are continuing to work for me (or not). Click through to see a list of my updated reviews and then scroll to the bottom of each review to read the dated updates. DYLN Living Water Bottle review by Julie Strietelmeier… Read More

Posted in: Audio, Video, TV, Reviews
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Watching video in a large format usually requires a huge TV or a projector. LED projectors have brought the price of a projector far down from what it was just a few years ago. We were offered the ELEPHAS 1200 Lumens LED Mini Video Projector to test, and I won the office pool to get it… Read More

Posted in: Cables, Batteries and Chargers, Reviews
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One can never be too rich, too thin, or have too many USB charging options. I think that's a real saying. If not, it should be. Choetech thinks it is and has created the Q3-5U multiport USB charger to address the glaring need for more ports. Note: Photos may be tapped or clicked for a larger image… Read More

Posted in: Computer Gear, Reviews
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Ever since I reviewed the Logitech K780 multi-device keyboard back in October of last year, I've been looking for a mouse with the same connectivity features. The K780 keyboard has allowed me to use a full-sized keyboard to answer text messages on my Nexus 6P Android smartphone which is great because I can touch type on… Read More

Posted in: Bags, Reviews
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I was introduced to Colonel Littleton products by Dave Rees who has reviewed a few of the men's line of exquisite handcrafted leather bags here on the Gadgeteer. I had the opportunity last year to review the Colonel Littleton Bentley Tote which was absolutely fabulous. Now I've been given the privilege to review another of… Read More

Posted in: Audio, Video, TV, Bluetooth Gear, Reviews
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Welcome to the next chapter in my ongoing quest to find a pair of Bluetooth headphones that I can use while working out. I've tried a few pairs of wired Bluetooth earbuds with limited success, but for a while now, I've had my eye on the latest version, the completely wireless style. The QCY Q29… Read More

Walter Wallet review

Posted in: Reviews, Wallets
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The best feature of minimalist wallets is that they are ultra slim and take up minimal space in your bag or pocket. The problem is that this best feature can also impact how you remove cards from the wallet. A wallet that is ultra compact isn't useful if you have to use pliers to remove… Read More

Posted in: Computer Gear, Reviews
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Computer keyboards are almost a dime a dozen anymore. With different sizes, ergonomic, backlit, nonbacklit, wireless and wired. I will be honest I still use the original keyboard that was provided with my desktop computer. So, in order get me to want to switch over to a new keyboard it has to have some interesting… Read More

Posted in: Cables, Batteries and Chargers, Reviews
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Here's something I've not seen before. It's one USB cable that works with iOS devices that have a Lightning connector and devices that have a micro USB connector. It's the Gadjet Magic Data Cable. But is it really all that magical? Let's find out. The Gadjet Magic Data Cable is a USB cable that can be used… Read More

Posted in: Reviews, Tablets, Ultra Portables
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When you're working with or just using an iPad for long periods, a stand is essential. Whether it's part of your case, or your keyboard, or just something you have around, it's necessary. I have stands in almost every room of the house. Even so, when I was sent the EasyAcc Flexible Phone and Tablet… Read More

Posted in: Audio, Video, TV, Bluetooth Gear, Reviews
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Several months back, in August 2016, I reviewed the Optoma NuForce BE6 Bluetooth wireless headphones. Not long after that review was posted here, Julie let me know that Optoma had already released an updated version of the NuForce BE6, called the  NuForce BE6i. Overall I'd been happy with the NuForce BE6, with the exception of some issues… Read More

Posted in: Health, Fitness, Sports, Reviews
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Water drinkers have many choices of shape, size, and materials when it comes to water bottles.  There are plastic bottles, glass bottles, and metal bottles. Today I'm going to tell you about the DYLN Living Water Bottle which is made of stainless steel and has a feature that the majority of other water bottles do not… Read More