It’s really a tech lover’s dream backpack. It’s got all the bells and whistles. It’s very well thought out and executed with top-end materials. It doesn’t cut corners. The Energi+ Backpack by TYLT is the portable charging backpack for the tech lover who is on the go.
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Considering how dependent we are on our gadgets these days, there are few things as horrifying (yes, #firstworldproblems) as watching the battery on your phone drop into the red knowing that you are hours away from being able to get to an outlet.
After having lived out this particular scenario dozens of times and ending up ... Read More »
We’re no strangers to tough speakers. G-Project and many other brands have built speakers that can withstand impacts, drops, and even getting run over by a car. However, something I haven’t gotten the pleasure to test so far is a feature that can save a speaker from the one place I’m afraid ... Read More »
Lenovo is a company that’s achieved a huge name in the world of PCs. Its current task is working to spread that name into mobile technology and it’s given several attempts at that already. But the company has yet to give up on the market and continues to work at it. Its latest attempt is ... Read More »
Lenovo’s last Android tablet, the Yoga Tablet 10 HD+, was plagued with serious performance issues that held it back from being great. Its external hardware was filled with potential that was squandered by poor performance in almost every regard. With the Yoga Tablet 2 10-inch, Lenovo looked to improve the performance of the tablet in an ... Read More »
Last year’s Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ brought forth a tablet that had great design ideas but was ultimately held back by budget specs and some of the poorest manufacturer software that we’ve seen in the past year or two. This year’s model, the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 10-inch, has worked to fix the mess ... Read More »
Lenovo isn’t the first company that comes to mind when thinking of tablets, but they’re one of the few companies that’s still innovating in the tablet market. With its Yoga line of tablets, Lenovo has consistently worked to introduce new designs and features that set its tablets apart from the pack. Now into its third ... Read More »
Wireless chargers, while very convenient, can be frustrating at times. Many chargers have their own way of centering a device on its lone charging coil, while others don’t include anything to center it at all. You’re left to carefully find the perfect spot where your device starts charging and make sure it doesn’t move from ... Read More »
When you think of manufacturers breaking new ground, Sharp usually isn’t one that pops into mind. The company, better known for TVs, is only mildly active in the world of smartphones, and most are either low-end or are exclusive to Japan. But Sharp recently presented a new phone that changes perspective on the company.
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Motorola’s having a bit of an identity crisis these days. The company’s main focus is on the second generation Moto X, one of the most refined smartphones of 2014. It features a decent spec sheet and an exquisite design at a price that can’t be beat. But the Moto X isn’t Motorola’s best smartphone. Six weeks ... Read More »