Atomi Sound Hub Bluetooth Speaker with Charge Hub Review

For the full review, feel free to watch the video above or by going to our YouTube channel.

The Quick and Dirty:

 

Pros:

  • Good sound
  • very light
  • exemplary battery life
  • two 2.1A USB charging ports
  • two 1A USB charging ports
  • two AC charging ports

Cons:

  • VERY susceptible to fingerprints.

Should you buy it?

ABSOLUTELY. In fact, here’s the link to buy it from Amazon – http://amzn.to/2u7o1fr

While you’re at it, pick up some microfiber for those fingerprints – http://amzn.to/2u71rmX

How do you feel about newer androids coming out with no expandable storage and removable battery?

Basically what the title says. Lately most android phones are going with the no expandable storage and no removable battery, Samsung being the newer addition to that. Personally here at T3G we feel this is a no no. The companies seem to want to go the route of limiting on what we can do. We personally love the option that not having to choose what size phone we want storage wise when buying it because we know we can always expand it. Also need to do a hard reset because your phone is frozen, just remove the battery. Battery is no longer holding charge, just buy a new one. Manufacturers are getting rid of this so that way we as consumers can spend even more money on either a new phone or repairing them. I’m sorry but that is just wrong, especially with a lot of the phones costing $600+. How do you feel?

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Rosewill RFA-120-RL 120mm Case Fan Review (Reddax)

 


The Rosewill RFA-120-RL  is a great fan for the price point. Usually fans that are under 10 dollars tend to be pretty awful. But the Rosewill is actually a great solution for under 10 dollars. It moves a lot of air (75 CFM) which is actually really good, most expensive fans can’t even move that much. The amount of noise it makes it the biggest downfall of the fan.

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Tech-cessories G500s Laser Gaming Mouse [[Cerebro Review]]

 

I’ve broken more mice in my time than I’d like to admit. It got so bad that I eventually started to just buy cheap mice, knowing I’d eventually break them. With a cheap mouse, however, you don’t get the features of a nice quality peripheral. My most recent replacement for a set I spilled something on (I wasn’t joking, it’s a regular occurrence) was the Microsoft Wireless Comfort 5000 keyboard/mouse combo. The mouse was great for my hands (I’ve got bear claws, as my friends say), and the keyboard is a nice blend of ergo and media. Then I got my hands on Tribes: Ascend. Now, I never meant for my main computer to be a gaming machine, so I did not consider that when buying. As my gaming continued, I wanted more and more for a more precise mouse, as I kept messing up when trying to make distance or moving shots.

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