Phone battery capacities are finally on the rise again. Gone are the days of the “thinnest phone in the world”, manufacturers are finally listening to buyers who want to be able to use their phones un-tethered from a plug! Regardless of this, “all day battery” still seems to be just out of reach (dependent on your usage). That’s where power banks come in handy. Large capacity, portable batteries capable of charging your phone multiple times, keeping you on-the-go. Finally, I’ve managed to get my hands on a power bank that doesn’t require me to carry around an extra cable, just to keep it charged up. The AUKEY PB-N36 is a portable battery pack, containing 20,000mAh of battery inside it, can be charged by either a Micro-USB or a Lightning cable!
Whether you’re storing family photos or large quantities of sensitive business data, it’s always sensible to ensure that whatever data you’re storing, is completely secure. iStorage make the ominous sounding task of encrypting your data incredibly easy to do, with their expanding range of diskAshur encrypted portable hard drives. You can reap the benefits of 256-bit encryption for all of your data, whilst making full use of USB 3.0 transfer speeds to/from your 250GB to 2TB portable hard drive!
The Philips Hue bulb ecosystem is ever expanding and so are the accessory options to go alongside. You’re no longer limited to a bulb that only fits in one type of light socket and controlling the bulbs has generally been restricted to requiring a smartphone in-hand in order to tweak brightness levels, colours and turning said bulbs on/off without using your main light switch.
The Hue Wireless Dimmer Switch aims to simplify that control, by providing you with fine-tuned brightness control, access to multiple scenes and basic on/off functionality, all from a slim, wireless, wall mounted, magnetic remote control!
A few weeks back, after having reviewed both the SoundPEATS Q29 and the SoundPEATS B30, the guys at SoundPEATS reached out and asked if I’d like to review their Q30 headphones. The Q30’s are essentially a merger of the aforementioned Q29 and B30 headphones, being wireless on the most part, but retaining a single wire between the two individual earbuds.