Here's my dilemma and also motivation to try out the dbrand skin - I am tired to phone cases. Most of them are just ugly, bulky, and/or plain expensive to the point where it's just daylight robbery. Oh - don't get me started on how phone cases block port access and degrades the power and volume presses.
About a year ago, I reviewed the predecessor first ever wireless external hard disk - the first ever WD My Passport Wireless. Now, WD returns with the brand new WD My Passport Wireless Pro - and in my opinion, it's inching closer to a photographer's wet dream.
Most of the time, I won't even report about anything regarding the Apple ecosystem unless it's full of crap. This time around, it's a total first world problem. Remember those brand new Apple AirPods that was announced alongside the Apple iPhone 7/Plus a few months ago? Yeah, that pair of wireless earphones that they shoved down all users of the jackless iPhone 7/Plus.
At this point of time, I'm pretty sure most of you have already seen the ZenFone 2 (which we also reviewed here) - and we're not done with it.. When we opened the package, we saw one special thing that was included - the earphones. That pair of earphones is the closest to the unreleased ZenEar, which currently can only be acquired through bundling of the ZE551ML version with 4GB RAM and 32GB or 64GB of storage.
There comes a time where desktop speakers are on everyone's computer desks. That was an absolute necessity during those years - but things have changed since then. Edifier, a renowned brand for great speakers, came up with the Edifier XM6BT - a speaker that aesthetically reminisce the old days, but packed with modern needs and features.
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.
When Armaggeddon sent me this product to review, I didn't know what to expect at all. I knew Armaggeddon did a lot of products, but this is the first time I'm reviewing their earphones. With that, I said to myself "okay, let's take it out for a spin and replacing my main pair of Beyerdynamic XP2". That's what I did, and here is everything I found out about the Nuke 7.
To be completely honest, I had a really tough time upgrading computers to an SSD, purely because it's just a big hassle. Especially when it comes to laptops with just one SATA port. It's infuriatingly complex to just transfer data from the existing hard disk to the new SSD. That's where the Transcend's SSD+ Upgrade Kit come in.