Today we have something big, well no, not big, but very powerful! It’s the Anker PowerPort 10. A 10 port phone charger suited for charging all your Android or Apple devices. Will it stand the full load test? Continue reading Review: Anker PowerPort 10, 10 port phone charger
Today I’m doing a fully loaded review of the QSE-5U phone charger from Orico. This phone charger has 4 “super charge” ports and 1 Quick Charge 2.0 certified port. Let’s see how it does! Continue reading Review: Orico QSE-5U, 5 Port Quick Charge 2.0 phone charger
This time I’m testing an Aukey PA-T14, 3 port Quick Charge 3.0 Phone charger. Much like the previously tested Tronsmart chargers this charger offers 2 “normal” ports and 1 Quick Charge port. Continue reading Review: Aukey PA-T14, 3 port Quick Charge 3 Phone Charger
Today we are looking at a Tronsmart charger again. This time it’s the W3PTA! This is an updated version of the TS-WC3PC and it now comes with Quick Charge 3.0! All other specs are the same between the two models. Continue reading Review: Tronsmart 3 port Quick Charge (W3PTA) phone charger
Because of my recent obsession about everything that has to do with USB charging I’m reviewing several USB chargers. First up is the TS-WC3PC from Tronsmart. A 3 port plug style charger with 3 ports, Quick Charge 2.0 and 42 watts of total power. Continue reading Review: Tronsmart 3 port Quick Charge (TS-WC3PC) phone charger
Since I bought my Galaxy S7 I wanted to take a look at Qi wireless chargers. It could make my daily routine of having to plug in the charger at night even easier!
Samsung official chargers are quite expensive though, so I ordered 3 Chinese variaties and tested them! Continue reading China Gadgets: Qi Wireless chargers review
Today I programmed another part of the system I envision for my new house. It’s a bash shell script which checks if either my phone or that of my girlfriend is in range and depending on if it is or not it changes a switch in Domoticz. That way I can automate all the lights turning off when we are not home, and coming back on when we are!
Detecting the presence of the phones
I looked at several ways of doing this, from a simple ping script to a arp-scan, etc.
I’m a big promoter of ‘community’ driven Android ROM’s and in particular Cyanogenmod. For one reason or another all of my Android devices end up running Cyanogenmod sooner or later, stock ROM’s just don’t cut it, don’t get updated in time or are even just horrible with bloatware and other nonsense. But once in a while doing a flash I encounter a bug which Cyanogenmod/CWM or at least, something goes wrong. If you know what is going on, it’s easy to fix though, let me explain!
Once in a while you look for a solution to a problem and you find that a company has actually made something that works perfectly for you. The Plantronics Voyager Edge is such a product. From the moment I started using it, it surprised me in ease of use and quality. Read on to find out why!
p.s. This will be a quick and dirty review of my experience.
Since I bought the new Asus Transformer Pad I wanted to have some storage to go with it. And because I always want the best available I bought a SanDisk Extreme microSDXC UHS-1 64GB. I also believe that buying more expensive now will mean it will last me longer, both in speed and size. So, to test this out I ran some benchmarks on the card.