Kingston DataTraveler Bolt Duo Flash Drive Review

One of the issues for many phones nowadays is the lack of storage. Each year we seem to use more and more data from pictures to apps, and until recently phone companies have been a little slow about improving the data storage of their devices. Apple has been improving recently with the latest iPhone 8 … Read more

Adata AI920 i-Memory Lightning Flash Drive Review

The AData i-Memory flash drive is a little different than your bog-standard USB drive. This has 2 ports, one USB 3.1 and one Lightning, allowing you to connect it directly to a lightning equipped iOS device. At just 6.9mm thin and 3.6g light it is as small or smaller than most normal USB drives, and … Read more

Mini-Review: Jelly Comb Fast Charging 6-Port Desktop USB Hub/Charging Station

The 2nd of my Jelly Comb products I am reviewing is the Fast Charging 6-Port Desktop USB Hub/Charging Station with Smart Identification Technology which is available on Amazon for just £12.99. The Tower Charger puts out 30 Watts and 6 Amps total. The ports safely & dynamically alter charge output for the most efficient charging … Read more

Mini-Review: AUKEY Extension Lead Power Strip

[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″ admin_label=”section”][et_pb_row admin_label=”row”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”] Another review from one of our favourite accessories companies on Amazon. You can never have too many power strips, especially in my house. The AUKEY Extension Lead Power Strip is 4 sockets plus 4 USB strip making it a lot more appealing in modern households than basic power strips. … Read more

Rophie 18W Travel Wall Charger Mini-Review Quick Charge 3.0

I was recently sent the Rophie 18W Travel Wall Charger to review which is available on Amazon from £14.29. It includes a USB-C to USB-A Cable so the price of it is about right. For example, to buy the Aukey Quick Charger plus Aukey 1m cable you would be paying £14.50. Shipping was excellent as … Read more

USB 3.0 specification finalised

Ok USB specifications may sound extremely boring but I can tell you it is quite important and USB 3.0 will be a big improvement from the ageing USB 2.0 and the positively ancient USB 1.0. USB 1.0 was launched in 1996 and had a sped of 1.5 Mbit/s (Low-Speed) and 12 Mbit/s (Full-Speed) meaning it … Read more