Slimfold Micro Soft Shell Wallet Review


Slimfold MICRO is a very thin wallet made out of Soft Shell which is fabric originally created for motorcycle wear. It is very durable and waterproof. It is meant to be extremely slim. Features Slimfold MICRO Soft Shell wallet has 1 transparent pocket for ID on the left side, 2 quick access...

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GPS Data Over GoPro Video


Speed, heart rate, and other gauges over video looks cool and gives an awesome insight what is happening in more details whether it is track day with your sports car, bicycle event or just daily commute to work. To put GPS and other sensor data over a video you will need a camera with...

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Comply Foam Tips for Earphones


Like most of us do, I had a slight problem when my earphones did not want to hold inside my ear. Sometimes they hold very well, sometimes all you do is push them back inside and that gets very annoying very fast while you are running or doing pretty much anything. The only place where I use...

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TrackR Bravo - Never Lose Your Stuff Again With This Bluetooth Tracker


Got my hands on TrackR Bravo - coin sized device that can help retrieve lost, forgotten or stolen items. It works on Bluetooth 4.0, working range is about 30m and it works both ways - if you have your phone, you can locate TrackR, if you have TrackR you can locate your phone. It is compatible...

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Wahoo Fitness Blue Speed and Cadence Sensor Review


I'm programmer and data geek, I love to look at numbers compare them, improve them and analyse them, so it is just natural that I did not put up with just a regular bicycle speedometer. I searched for speed and cadence sensor which will be compatible with phone and my Suunto ambit3 GPS watch, so...

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Logitech MX Master Review


Some time ago was in search for new mouse, since my Logitech m325 gave up after 3 years of service. Since I spend a lot of time working, I though it would be worth to get expensive mouse which would serve me for years. I had only two preferences- mouse have to be wireless and it should be...

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Scosche Rhythm+ Bluetooth Heart Rate Monitor


Recently I decided that it is time to stop sitting all day by computer and I need to get back my old marathon form. As programmer I have to measure everything, get data and analyse it, so it makes sense to carry my iPhone to every running session with Endomondo app tracking my distance and time....

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Pebble Time Smartwatch Review


I have been using Pebble Time for almost 2 months and here is my thoughts about it. This is my second smart watch, first one was first generation Sony Smart Watch, so I have very little experience with smartwatches, especially with current generation smart watches. Lets start with most important...

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iClever Dashboard Car Mount


Like everyone who uses Waze and Spotify in their car I was in market for dashboard mount. For my galaxy s3 I was using regular navigation style mount, id did the job, but after few months it left scratch marks on frame from putting in and out. It also wasn't that comfortable, in most cases you...

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Bellroy Hide & Seek Slim Wallet Review


I have been using Bellroy Hide & Seek wallet for about a month now and I decided it is time to share my impressions about it. It is first wallet which is not randomly bought in random store or cheap one from eBay, so this review won't be as constructive as comparison between similar...

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Xiaomi 10400mAh Portable Power Bank


Few weeks ago I bought Xiaomi 10400mAh portable power bank and wanted to test it, how it would work replacing my wall charger and become my only charger on daily bases. I'm quite impressed with results. I was able to run my iPhone 5S for 10 days without using any other power source other than my...

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Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard for iPad Mini


Today I bought Logitech ultrathin keyboard for iPad mini. In the beginning I thought, why the hell tablet needs physical keyboard, but then I checked many reviews, and most of them said, that keyboard is must have accessory for iPad. So I started scouting prices and found some seller in...

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Use 2 Hard Drives with Your Laptop


If you have bought laptop and upgraded stock HDD to SSD for best performance, chances are,you have very limited space on your laptop. One solution would be to buy external hard drive enclosure case, because you have your old HDD which you swapped lying around, but external drives take additional...

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Yamakasi DS270 QHD 27


After nice 5 hour cisclejerk with customs and postal service I finally got my Yamakasi DS270 monitor. So what is so great about this monitor? Definately price. I paid ~450$ for perfect pixel and HDMI version, you can get Dual-Link DVI version with possibility of dead/stuck pixels for 50-100$...

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Testing Retina Display to its Limits


When I got my Macbook Pro with Retina display I knew it has 2560x1600 resolution and I was aware of that OSX scales this resolution and it looks like 1650x1050, which seems such a waste, almost 2 times less than native resolution can provide. Good part of that is- things like typography and...

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My First Experience With Mac


2 days ago I got my first Mac, which is late 2013 13" Macbook Pro. I choose it because after long, long serach I finally come to conclusion Mac is best for my needs. I was searching for small laptop, less than 15" more than 11", with high resolution display, SSD and 8GB+ RAM (have 8GB RAM and...

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