Electronics

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Power Adapter for Nikon Digital Cameras

Power Adapter for Nikon Digital Cameras Vendor's Description: Kapaxen EH-5 Plus EP-5A AC Power Adapter Kit for Nikon Coolpix P7000, P7100, P7700, D3100, D3200, D5100, D5200 Digital Cameras. May is “Home Studio” month at Shawn ‘s Reviews, and all month long we're reviewing items large and small which you may find quite useful if you're putting together your own recording space. Re...[Read More]

One Foot Extension Cords

One Foot Extension Cords Vendor's description: Reclaim full use of your power outlets! Get bulky chargers and AC adapters out of the way by using these foot long extension cords. 10 pack also includes 10 cable ties for FREE, so you can clean up messy charging cord fiasco around your home and office. Review: These days so many products come with large, ugly wall warts. You know, those big heavy plu...[Read More]

Replacement Hampton Bay Ceiling Fan Remote

Replacement Hampton Bay Ceiling Fan Remote Vendor's description: Replacement for Hampton Bay Reverse Ceiling Fan Remote Model UC7078T / FAN-HDv. 3 speed (H, M, L) Light on/off and dimmer, reverse function Review: It can be quite frustrating when you have a perfectly good ceiling fan but the remote control for it is dead. Especially if that's the only way you have to turn the fan and light on or of...[Read More]

Velcro Cable Tie 100 Pack

Velcro Cable Tie 100 Pack Vendor's description: 100 Pack of adjustable, reusable, & low profile Black Velcro Brand Thin Ties. Too Long? Cut to length. Too Short? Easily combine them. Economical, durable, adjustable and low profile. Wraps onto itself for secure hold. Great, reusable, alternative to zip ties. Review: I found these Velcro cable ties on sale last year for $6 and picked them as behind ...[Read More]

Anker 7 Port USB 3.0 Hub

Anker USB 3.0 7-Port Hub When you have as many USB devices in your office like I do, trying to keep them all strategically placed near your PC's USB ports can be a nightmare. That, and constantly having to swap out USB connections from your PC to externalhard drives, cameras, phones, tablets and memory sticks can be a huge hassle. Enter in Anker's USB 3.0 Seven Pot Hub. They're a company I'm start...[Read More]

Eneloop Rechargeable Batteries

Eneloop Rechargeable Batteries I've been using Panasonic's Eneloop rechargeable batteries since 2011, and I'm happy to report those original batteries are still going strong. Since making my initial original purchase I've continue to buy more as the need arises, and now currently have over 40 of them. I put them to use in all kinds of electronic devices, including my Xbox One Controller, Turtle Be...[Read More]

Solid State Drives

Solid State Drives   There is such a huge speed difference between rotating and solid state drives that anyone who's looking to add some new life to a low or under-powered PC should seriously consider upgrading to one, and today I recommend two budget options I've purchased multiple times. Note: If you're unfamiliar with SDD's, check out this short commercial free video which does a good job ...[Read More]

Anker Replacement Cell Phone Battery Review

Anker Replacement Cell Phone Battery My HTC Thunderbolt was randomly shutting off. And it really became annoying after the hundredth time (actually, much sooner.) So, realizing this was the result of a dying battery, I jumped online to see about ordering a replacement. To my surprise, I found a company called Anker was selling cell phone battery replacements fairly cheap. And in additional to grea...[Read More]

Fitbit Review

Fitbit One On January 1st, 2012, after hitting a new high on the scale, I took the plunge and ordered my first electronic pedometer. After doing some research I decided on the FitBit brand. While it was a little pricey, the fact that it only needed to be charged once a week and wirelessly synced to my PC were two major convenience features that I wanted. After setting up my FitBit account and char...[Read More]

Yurbuds Review

Yurbuds – Earbuds which don't fall out The faster you jog, the more likely your normal earbuds headphones aren't going to stay in. This was the problem my wife and I were having this summer as we kept increasing the speed at which we did our morning runs. Now I do own (and have tested) many different types of ear buds. From new and old Apple models, to the soft foam type, to the gel type. Bu...[Read More]

iPod Shuffle Review

iPod Shuffle MP3 Player I’ve recently seen a lot of runners wearing their smartphones strapped to their arms as they run. I’ve looked into the prices of those cases but wasn’t convinced that I wanted to spend $35 to lug around smart phone as I ran. Looking at what else was on the market, I came across the iPod shuffle. This thing is small, so no worries at all about the extra weight while I jog. A...[Read More]

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