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EC Technology 22400mAh beast power bank review
If your phone constantly runs out of battery and you haven't got access to a wall charger all the time this product is something for you. This beast power bank will charge your phone multiple times without a problem. Don't forget to like if you liked it, comment your thoughts and subscribe. Buy the power bank: U.S. http://goo.gl/3JlwRd DE http://goo.gl/Zhlvte U.K. http://goo.gl/CdxGph Written review: Hi guys, RadicalTech here this is my review of the EC Technology 22400 mAh power bank. Let’s start of with what’s in the packaging. In the box you get the power bank along with a 50 cm or 20 inch micro usb cable. The power bank is available in five different color combinations. I chose for the red and black model. The first thing you will notice when you take the power bank out of its packaging is its size and weight. The power bank is 16 cm or 6.29 inches long, eight cm or 2.87 inches wide and 2,2 cm or 0.78 inches thick and, it weights 558g or 15.36 ounces. So if you're planning on taking it with you every day in your pocket this product might not be the best choice for you. The power bank has three usb ports for charging your mobile devices a 1A, 2A and 2.4A port which all can be used at the same time at top speed. 22400 mAh really is a lot of power so you can charge your devices multiple times on one charge. The battery can be charged via micro usb so you can use a single cable to charge most portable devices and the power bank. The power bank has a Lithium Ion battery and charges at 5V 2A. Charging it took about 11 hours. EC Technology claims the power bank will last 500+ recharge cycles. The power bank has four blue LEDs on top to see how much battery you’ve got left. On the side is a small button which when pressed lights up the battery indicator LEDs. When you double press the button it will turn on a LED light that is placed above the middle usb port. When you double press the button again the LED will shine brighter. When you double press once again the LED will flash SOS. When you double press the button a last time the LED will turn off. At the end it’s a good power bank for your money and I recommend it to everyone who is looking for a really high capacity power bank and doesn’t mind the big size and weight. So this was my review of the EC Technology 22400 mAh power bank if you’re interested there’s a link in the description where you can buy it. As always don’t forget to like this video if you liked it, comment your thoughts and subscribe to my channel. And I’ll see you in the next video! Music: Alan Walker - Spectre [NCS Release] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOeY-nDp7hI Alan Walker ➞ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DJWalkzz ➞ SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/walkzz ➞ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/DjWalkzz ➞ Twitter https://twitter.com/IAmAlanWalker ➞ Website http://www.alanwalkermusic.com/
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Logitech MX Master Review
If you're looking for a serious productivity mouse look no further than this video! The MX Master is called the best mouse by a lot of youtubers but is it true? And is it worth the $100. You will find all the answers to these questions in this video. MX Master: http://goo.gl/ci7TF6 Written review: Hi guys, RadicalTech here welcome back to another review. Today we’re going to take a look at the Logitech MX master, the updated version of the Performance MX. It certainly isn’t a cheap mouse so let’s see if it’s worth your hard earned money. In the box we get a user manual, the mx master itself, the Logitech unifying receiver and a charging cable. Logitech has put a lot of time in the design to make it look good and they succeeded. The mx master is a really well designed mouse. It also has a new sensor so you can use it on any surface even glass. The MX Master is with its many buttons a high end productivity mouse and is not meant for gaming. If you’re left handed you’ve got bad luck because this mouse is only for right handed people. The mouse is very comfortable, so editing some videos or browsing the web for long periods of time isn’t a problem. There isn’t a pink rest, but that wasn’t a problem for me. As far as the connectivity goes you can connect via the Logitech unifying receiver or Bluetooth. Connecting is a matter of seconds. You can connect up to 3 different devices and switch among them seamlessly. The USB receiver worked perfectly for me, but I found that when I connected via Bluetooth to my windows 8 laptop chrome crashes after a few minutes I haven’t heard of this problem from anyone else so it could just be my laptop. When connected to my G2 via Bluetooth it works perfectly. The connection is really reliable, I haven’t got a single connectivity drop. Of course, when it’s a wireless mouse it needs a battery. The MX Master has a Li-Po 500mAh battery which Logitech claims can last you 40 days. I’ve had mine for a week and i haven’t had to recharge it. On the side is a battery indicator which tells you how much juice you’ve got left. If the mx master runs out of battery it can be charged via a micro USB cable. And you can still use it while charging. Logitech claims a 4 minute charge will last you a full day. The mx master has 6 programmable buttons which you can assign literally any action to via the Logitech options software which is available for mac and windows. So if you’re on Linux you won’t be able to use the mouse to its full potential. The programmable buttons are really handy. I especially liked the gesture button so when I press the thumb button and move the mouse to a side, it does something that is configured on that side. For me the buttons are well placed and i can reach all the buttons easily. The scroll wheel has an infinite scroll mode in which you can quickly scroll and it keeps scrolling for a few seconds. If you want, you can turn this off in the Logitech options software. At the end, it’s a really great mouse and i recommend it to everyone who is looking for a serious productivity mouse. So this was my review of the Logitech MX Master. If you’re interested, there’s a link in the description where you can buy it. Don’t forget to like if you liked it, comment your thoughts and subscribe to my channel. And I’ll see you next time ! Music: Spektrel - Lights https://soundcloud.com/spektrelofficial https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcCo2smJstX-QEPKpC3Y1Pw
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Hubsan X4 Setup + Transmitter calibration + How to fly
If you Hubsan x4 just won't fly and you accidently trew away the user manual of your x4 or you just don't feel like reading this video is for you! in this video I show you how to setup and fly your Hubsan X4. Written guide: Hi guys, welcome to my Hubsan X4 setup video. The first thing you need to do when you get it out of it’s packaging is to calibrate the transmitter. For inexperienced users I suggest to install the blade protection. I’m also going to show you how to use the built in camera. First we’re going to install the blade protection. To install the blade protection you’re going to need to remove the propellers. To remove the propellers we’re going to use the tool that came with the x4. When the propellers are removed install the blade protection and put the propellers back on. Make sure you put the propellers marked with A on the motors marked with an A and the propellers marked with B on the motors marked with B. Otherwise the copter won’t fly. Now we’re going to calibrate the transmitter. To do that you have to put the left stick to the upper left position and right stick to the upper right position for mode 1, for mode 2 hold the two sticks to the upper left position. Now turn the transmitter on and the led will flash red-green. Now rotate the sticks a few times in full circles. Then hold down any trim until the led flashes only red. This indicates you have successfully calibrated your transmitter. To use the camera insert a micro sd card in the slot. Only insert or remove a sd card when the battery is disconnected. When the sd card is inserted press the little button and a red light will start flashing. That means you’re recording. To stop recording just press the button again and your video will be saved. If you disconnect the battery before stopping recording your video will be lost. Now you’re ready to fly. To fly turn the transmitter and the x4 on and hold the left stick of the transmitter to the lower left, the right stick to the lower position and quickly move it left and right. Now you can fly. When you move the left stick to the left it will turn left and when you turn it to the right it will turn right. When you move to stick up the x4 will move forward. When you move the stick down the x4 will move backwards. When you move the right stick up the x4 is going to ascend and when you move it down it’s going to descend. When you move the right stick to the right the quadcopter is going to hover right. When you move it to the left it’s going to hover to the left. That’s it thank you for watching. Don’t forget to like, comment your thoughts or future video topic suggestions and subscribe. Music: Distrion & Electro-Light - Rubik [NCS Release] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2AydJcUKR8 Electro-Light ➞ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ElectroLight... ➞ Twitter https://twitter.com/ElectroLightEDM ➞ SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/maskedacoustic Distrion ➞ SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/distrion ➞ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/distrionmusic ➞ Twitter https://twitter.com/Distrionoficial
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Audio Technica ATH-m50x Review
If your headphones just broke or you're just looking for some new headphones look no further and watch this video! This is my review of the Audio Technica ATH-m50x studio monitor headphones. Audio Technica ATH-M50X: http://goo.gl/UKe2K8 Written review: Hi guys, RadicalTech here and this is my review of the Audio Technica ATH-M50x studio headphones. Let’s start of with the build quality the headphones are made very solid and you hear absolutely no squeaks when you’re moving them. They’re also very flexible and will fit any head size. The M50x has a removable cable you insert the cable and secure it with a locking mechanism. When the cable is locked it’s very sturdy and it won’t fall out from unexpected shocks. A minor disadvantage of the locking mechanism is that you can not use third party cables that you have laying around. Another minor issue is that you don’t have media controls in the cable. In the box you get of course the m50x along with a traveling pouch a quarter inch adapter and 3 cables; a 1.2m straight cable a 3m straight cable and a 1.2m to 3m coiled cable. Taking your headphones with you is absolutely no problem because you can fold them and put them in the pouch which give you a compact package to travel with. Now let’s talk about the audio quality. The m50x sound very balanced and you get a great clarity and accurate sound which is expected because these are studio monitoring headphones. The headphones have a great comfort. In the first few days I found them to be too tight but that got better with the time so absolutely no dealbreaker. The headband is really soft and comfortable and the earcups are from soft comfortable leather. The headphones do a pretty good job on isolating outside noise. There isn’t any active noise canceling so don’t expect too much but they’re pretty good. At the end they're really good headphones especially for the price and I recommend them to everyone who is looking for some new headphones. If you’re interested there’s a link in the description where you can buy them. So that’s it don’t forget to rate, comment and subscribe. Music: Tobu - Good Times [NCS Release] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHSH9k9ooZY&index=2&list=PLRBp0Fe2GpgmsW46rJyudVFlY6IYjFBIK Tobu ➞ SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/7obu ➞ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/tobuofficial ➞ Twitter https://twitter.com/tobuofficial
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2$ easy DIY Smartphone stand / Tripod mount
If you regularly take pictures with your phone or shoot some video this video might be interesting for you! Im showing you how to make a really cheap and easy DIY stand / tripod mount for your smartphone. (It's only around 2$!) So you can use it as a stand and consume some of videos or use it as a tripod mount and film some steady shots and take some really nice pictures. If you liked this video leave a like and check out some of my other vids! Written guide: In this video i’m going to show you how to make a really cheap DIY tripod mount / stand for your smartphone. For this little project you will need: An aluminium plaque, a whiteboard marker, a cheap case for your phone (I bought mine on Ebay for around 2 dollars), a file, a small file, a round file, a small hacksaw, some double sided tape, a quarter inch wing nut. Keep in mind that metric nuts won’t work, and our last item a 9/32 inch or 7mm drill. To begin we’re going to draw our template on the aluminium plaque. The size of the template is different for every phone so you will need to see for yourself how big you make it. Then carefully saw on the lines. Then drill a hole. Now file all the edges so they become round and if there's anything of the template remaining wipe it away. Also if your aluminum plaque is a bit unsymmetrical like mine right now this is the point where you can fix this with your file. When that's done we’re going to fold the aluminum. Now put a few lines of double sided tape on the aluminium and paste your case to it. That’s it. We’re done. Now put your phone into the case and you have a smartphone stand or attach your mount to the tripod with the nut and you’re ready to film some nice steady shots or take a steady picture. As always thank you for watching, don't forget to rate and subscribe and i’ll see you next time! Music: Ahrix - Nova [NCS Release] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FjNdYp2gXRY
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How to upgrade your laptop hard drive to an ssd (Huge speed increase!)
If your laptop is a bit slow or you just want it to be faster then replacing the hard drive with an ssd is a good idea. Replacing your hard drive with an ssd is the single best speed upgrade! In this video i'm showing you how to do it. Written guide: Hi guys, welcome to my new video. In this video i’m going to show you how to upgrade your laptop’s hard drive to an ssd. Obviously the first step is to get your ssd out of it’s packaging. Now turn off your laptop and remove the power adapter and the battery. Then remove the back panel. Then carefully pull out your old hard drive and remove the connector. If there’s some kind of cover around your hard drive remove that too. Now take your ssd and put it in the cover. Then carefully plug the connector into the ssd and put the ssd in the laptop. Now attach your back panel, insert the battery again and you’re ready to install your OS. Thank you for watching don’t forget to like, comment your thought or future video topic suggestions and subscribe. Music: Itro - Panda
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