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SanDisk Ultra PLUS and Extreme SD Review

SanDisk is a flash memory giant, needing no introduction. The latest in the SanDisk lineup are the Ultra PLUS and Extreme cards, targeting different consumers who have varying speed needs. And with very attractive price tags, these little SD cards promise solid value. We're looking at the 32GB models, and we found the speed results a bit shocking, despite what the labels might seem to indicate. Read on to find out why.



 
 
 
 
 

ADATA DashDrive Air AE400

Ever wish you had a bigger storage device for your tablet or mobile devices? How about sharing media files between a computer and your iPhone without connecting cables? Maybe you wish you bought the Apple device with more storage capabilities. ADATA has the solution. Introducing the ADATA DashDrive Air AE400. With its unique and limitless abilities, it delivers a number of unique functions" it can act as a Wireless Access Point or a USB drive and card reader. That's not the only thing, it's also capable of charging devices on the go with its 5000mAh battery pack. Is it really possible to fit all these features inside a device small enough to fit inside your pocket? Read on to find out!



 
 
 
 
 

The Neptor NP065K Review

Have you ever gone on a long road trip, or forgot your charger at home, just to find out that the battery for your smartphone or tablet is about to die? It can certainly be annoying! Communication revolves around the ability to stay in contact at any time these days. However, despite [Editor’s note: and perhaps because of] everything smartphones are capable of these days, they are also notorious for dying at the worse time with no way to charge them. EagleTech USA may have solved that problem by developing The Neptor NP065K lightweight power pack. This device is supposedly compatible with simultaneous charging of both smartphones and tablets. Weighing in at only five ounces, it features dual USB 2.0 charging ports. It also has one 2.1A dedicated for high consumption devices such as tablets and one 1.0A for charging smartphones. The Neptor NP065K is available in five different color options with a matching colored lanyard and USB cable. The color options are: orange, red, pink, green and blue. Today we have the opportunity to review the NP065K from EagleTech, but first, here’s a word from the company.



 
 
 
 
 

Eagle Tech Neptor Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard

Have you ever been using your tablet or iPad in a coffee shop, wishing you had an easier way to type? While most of today's tablets and phones include manageable keyboard, most find it easier to type lengthy emails or docs on a physical keyboard. With today's growing population of tablets and smart phones it's inevitable that accessories will start to flood the market. Today we are going to be taking a look at a small portable and foldable bluetooth keyboard made by Eagle Tech called the Neptor Foldable Keyboard. We will be looking at model KB300BF-WH. This small compact size keyboard offers the full features of your standard keyboards. As we move forward and explore the Eagle Tech Neptor keyboard, we'll find out how well it performs with today's tablets and phones.





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