Okay, this is our review of the Clean Router, and this is what it does: it Blocks Porn. Yep, that is the official tagline, and I’m going to talk about how this works.
I noticed that most houses have a router these days, and this one is for free! Okay, you will have to pay $9.99 for the basic package, and then you will have to pay for the monthly service.
Just to let you know, I reviewed this particular device. Having hooked up routers already, it’s pretty easy as its just plugging it in with all the proper cables. Then all you need to do is hook it up and set up your Admin access and code words. Mine is…yeah, I’m not going to reveal that.
Well, we have reviewed Lander products before, as they have that black iPhone case that looks like the bottom of a plastic raft. Now, I had a chance to review the Lander Brenner MacBook Sleeve for MacBook Pro 15-inch.
This particular case for the MacBook has one of those Magnetic clasps, and it can give your MacBook some “weather resistant” powers. Yeah, I’m not certain if you want to use this sleeve and throw your MacBook in the lake, but you get it.
Apparently, this thing has “heat molded edges”, and it is “thermaformed” to fit the MacBook. This Illumaweave has a reflective jacket material for quick location in the dark.
Hey man, it is a tough world out there, and if you need this particular product for your MacBook, and you have one that is 15-inches, head over to the Lander site and pay $49.99 for it.
I got to love what Kensington is doing, and here is another product that has come out just in time for back-to-school. I have to admit, I don’t really have a need for this, but I’m guessing that a lot of notebooks have a spare Type-C port.
The Kensington SD1500 USB Type-C Mobile Dock is made to connect your notebook’s USB Type-C port in order to provide with VGA, 4K HDMI, USB 3.0, as well as Gigabit Ethernet Connections. The USB Type-C cable is able to wrap around the Mobile Dock, and it is Thunderbolt 3 compatible.
If you don’t have that, there is another use. You can use it to create a desktop setup that includes a monitor with a reliable wired network connection, not to mention a wireless keyboard and mouse.
If this is something that you want, then feel free to head on over to the Kensington site and pay $89.99 for it.