Samsung has a focus on wearables this year around as they renewed the entire product range - including the fitness band. The Galaxy Fit was announced alongside the Galaxy Fit-e, and today we're only focusing on the Galaxy Fit. Priced at a premium for such fitness bands, how does it actually compete with others?
When the Samsung Galaxy S10 series was announced back in March, Samsung also announced a slew of accessories. One of it is the new Galaxy Watch Active - a variant of the Galaxy Watch that I would consider as "budget" but still packs with the core essentials.
We've seen quite a lot of novelty products over the years and one of the most handy product we have seen is the Orico MH4PU. By looking at the specs, it is nothing more than a 4-port USB 3.0 hub. However, the product's specialty is the versatility on how you can mount the hub itself.
When Philips announced their Hue RGB light bulbs few years ago, I was intrigued by how it works but was taken aback by its novelty. A few years passed and Philips Hue made improvements to the entire ecosystem - the hardware and especially the app. Then we have a Philips Hue Starter Kit landed on our studio a few weeks ago. So, we took it for a spin.
Last month, we saw that Pioneer - yes - the car audio brand, is venturing into PC components. They have 2.5-inch and M.2 SSDs. A month later, they announced their slew of USB-C devices. Ranging from dongles and external SSDs, one of the device announced was the Pioneer USB-C PD Dock codenamed APS-DKPD001.
Honestly, I know that the title of this review looks like a bunch of gibberish. Seriously, who would have named their products a bunch of codenames like this? That's the world of PC components - and the Transcend TS-CM80S and TS-CM42S is a bridge between PC components and external storage devices that can be categorized as accessories. So what is the Transcend TS-CM80S and TS-CM42S, really?
Yes, I know - it's a product with a funky name. Seriously, I have no idea what those numbers mean either - but all I know is that the Micropack MWC-236 Q3 is a USB charger with two ports - one with Qualcomm QuickCharge 3.0 and another one with QuickCharge 2.0. I mean, everyone has at least two different devices to charge at the same time - right?