Those of you who know me personally know that I once had a best friend named Ike. He is the man on the left in the pic, and he passed away approximately ten years ago. I first met Ike around 1998, when he and I went to the same church. I found it weird that he went to the same high school and even had the same job as a dishwasher at a pizza restaurant. It was not at the … [Read more...] about Remembering Ike Egwautu
It has been a while since I have had a new smartphone in my hand, and I decided to get an advanced one. I honestly don't know if it is the most advanced, but having the Toast wooden case really affected my decision. I might as well first talk about the AMOLED 2X Infinity-O Display, which is a real deal-maker. It is pretty glare-free, and I found that things just look … [Read more...] about Our Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Ultra-Review!
Some of you might remember my very first YouTube where I talked about all the Smartphone Grips. If I had this Phonetag, you can believe me when I say this would have been on that list. As you can see, the Phonetag is really nothing more than a piece of metal that sticks on the back of your phone. Sure, that describes a lot of things, but this particular one is … [Read more...] about Phonetag, Hands-on Review!
Once again, it is time for me to review another STEM toy. I'm not even going to bother defining that term once again, but needless to say, this one from Matatalab (have no idea how they came up with that name) teaches coding. I am not certain how much you can see from the image, but I will attempt to make some sense of what is shown there. This will make a whole lot more … [Read more...] about Our Review of the Matatalab Coding Set
It would appear that OWC has truly made a lot of great products, like Mercury Elite Pro Dock. I am guessing that the vision of this company is to make a computer more than it is already, because this is what the Thunderbolt 3 Dock is for. From out of the box (and you will see that in the video below, once it gets here), it comes with a cord and that brick power supply … [Read more...] about Our Review of the OWC Thunderbolt 3 Dock
As I mentioned in the video below, it has been so long since I have reviewed an Audiofly product. In fact, it was about four years ago, and I don't think that the wireless earbuds market even existed back then. This time, it is the AFT2, and it is quite an interesting pair. Like most wireless earbuds, the AFT2 are made to fit within your ear canals, and it seems like … [Read more...] about Our Review of the Audiofly AFT2 Earbuds
It isn't often that we review a pair of socks on this website. After all, don't we usually do reviews of more technical things? It's not like these are smart socks or anything. So, what is it with the MP Magic 37.5 Tech Merino Wool socks? Well, the proof is in the pudding, and I am trying them on right now. Even though these are the XL size, and my shoe size is 10 1/2, … [Read more...] about Our Review of the MP Magic 37.5 Tech Merino Wool Socks
I'm really going to let the video do the talking here, but I wanted to make certain that I showed this cropping of a panel from Machine Man, a 1984 comic book limited series from Marvel that took place on the date of this writing, September 23, 2020. If I get enough likes on this video below (I'm not suggesting that you give it a "like" unless you actually like it), I … [Read more...] about Stop Complaining about how bad 2020 is!!!!
I have to admit that it has been a while since I tried out an Eton product. I'm not even certain how to describe their products, but they are very useful and power-savvy. Yes, I am not certain if that is a good way describe the Eton AquaLite, so I'll go into better detail. The AquaLite is a solar-powered lantern that is also a water bottle, not to mention so much … [Read more...] about Our Review of the Eton AquaLite
On this blog, we mostly do reviews of gadgets and tech products, but occasionally, we will do some articles on bags. You have to have something to carry your laptops and other tech products around! We've reviewed other bags from Solo NY before, including the Grand Travel TSA Backpack. A good quality bag, and we have two more from the same company. These ones are a cool … [Read more...] about Solo NY Re:Move Duffel and Re:Claim Backpack
Today we have the opportunity to review a couple of small items that will be helpful for those with iPhones. These items back-up files and transfer them securely and easily on the go. SunProtected is the name of the company that makes these items- the iLink Backup and the iSecure Adapter. iLink Backup The lightweight(19g), 4.2 x 3 x 2.8 cm adapter will give you a … [Read more...] about Accessories for Your iPhone- SunProtected iLink Backup and iSecure Adapter
It seems like everyone wants a smarter home, and we have reviewed many ways to make this dream a reality. Today, we were fortunate enough to review two particular products from C by GE that include the Motion Sensor Starter Kit and On/Off Smart Plug. C by GE Motion Sensor Starter Kit Smart Bulb + Smart Motion Sensor The Motion Sensor Starter Kit has a Smart Bulb and … [Read more...] about C by GE Motion Sensor Starter Kit and On/Off Smart Plug
I have to admit that I haven't heard of TreatLife, but I was very pleased to try out this 3-Way Smart Dimmer Switch. I suppose that the company is so named as it makes a treat out of life, right? Yes, this is the light switch that you use to "set the mood", and it even has a brightness memory function so it can even remember the light setting the next time you turn on the … [Read more...] about TreatLife 3-Way Smart Dimmer Switch
As we mentioned in our previous review of the Q9 Microphone Kit from TONOR, We would be reviewing the TONOR TC-777 USB Microphone. I will have to say that the TONOR TC-777 USB Microphone is a bit more minimal in its structure, but it is just as plug-and-play. I mean, if you don't need the arm or other complex stuff in the Q9 Microphone Kit, then why have it. As it … [Read more...] about Tonor TC-777 USB Microphone
We like to review a lot of educational toys on this website, like the Roborisen PingPong EDU kit. The AniBlock Puzzle Challenger from Pacoware is something very unique, and I have not seen anything of its kind before. The AniBlock Puzzle Challenger is based on creating a picture with some blocks that look like they leaked out of Tetris. Instead of making rows disappear, … [Read more...] about Aniblock Puzzle Challenger