Gadget Inspector, Master of the Gadget-verse
Posted on Friday, April 12 @ 15:15:00 Eastern by Gadget_Inspector
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PlayStation PULSE Elite Edition Wireless Stereo Headset Review
This was actually released in 2012 but was recently brought to my attention due to Sony working directly with Irrational Games to develop an exclusive audio mode for the headset that works with BioShock Infinite. Eager to hear what all the fuss was about, I charged up the headset and put a few hours in with the GOTY frontrunner. The sound was instantly impressive.
Boombotix Boombot2 Review
This one is a weird one. For the price of $69.99, this is hands-down the best quality Bluetooth speaker I've heard. It's loud and clear, and can be tethered to other speaker systems via the audio jack with something the company calls SoundHub technology. But I would never be caught dead with its ugly skull-shaped design.
Jackery Giant and Jackery Mini Review
We’ve all been in this situation. You’re out and about, checking email, getting directions on Google Maps (or getting lost with Apple Maps), or the most battery-draining of all—actually making a call—when your smartphone battery is low. I’ve done everything from stick my iPhone on airplane mode to conserve battery while I’m not using it, to outright shutting it off then turning it back on when I need it. But that’s not the point of having a phone, right? You need it to be on to receive that emergency phone call saying your kid got suspended from school. That’s where Jackery saves the day.
The Jackery Mini is said to be lipstick-sized, but I’ve seen my share of ladies’ cosmetics and it’s bigger than that, but not by much. It’s definitely small enough to fit into a pocket or small purse with ease, and it charged my iPhone 4S twice on one full charge. Yeah, you have to charge the Jackery too. Where did you think the power came from? I’ll be keeping this one in my car’s glovebox for emergency back-ups, since Jackery claims it can hold its charge for up to 6 months. That, I cannot yet attest to. It can charge anything that can be charged via USB, like a PS Vita, or tablet. Just don’t expect to fill an iPad battery with the Mini—that’s the next one’s job
Gadget Inspector Says: Go-go. With Jackery you can scream “I have the power!” and turn into a smartphone-charging He-man.
That's it for this week's episode, folks. Stay tuned for more Gadget Inspector!
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