Uh oh, today we have another gadget without any visible branding and a horrible, broken English manual. Grit your teeth and keep reading. We will get through this together.
Plug a set of headphones into any device and you will immediately become aware of one of the many Murphy’s Laws of Tech: “Whatever CAN get tangled, WILL get tangled.”
I want to take things out of the usual flow and say this: This battery is a very simple design and has no hidden features or gimmicks. It is a well-built mobile battery that can output enough power to charge whatever phone or tablet you might need.
Smartphone car mounts are a lot like backup battery packs in that each one is useful in some way or another. Just as some batteries are built better or provide more options, there are some car mounts that tend to be more popular than others.
The portable battery market is a crowded one. Manufacturers both big and small offer charging solutions that are, in many instances, very similar to one another.
Charging cables are usually not an accessory that needs to be fancy in order to sell. Eventually, the charging cable that comes with most devices will wear out or get lost and then it is time to search for a replacement.
It is pretty evident when competition begins to copy certain advertising strategies. The biggest and best pieces of tech usually hold such titles for a short time before a competitor steps up their marketing and development to show off the next big thing.
Adapter cables are usually pretty simple. As long as you can keep cables and adapters married with like sources, such as DVI-D (digital) to HDMI (digital) or VGA (analog) to DVI-A (analog), then all sorts of combinations are available.
I’ve fallen in love with hardware before, so I recognize the symptoms. If I catch myself finding excuses to use a particular piece of tech despite the breakaway from my routine, I’ll tell myself to take things slow.
I have missed the utility of having a phone stand or mount in my car, but there always seems to be a problem with each model that I try out. One stand might only work well when mounted on a vertical surface, while another stand might not flex to a proper viewing angle.
When the game begins, you are a non-descript explorer wearing a familiar-looking fedora. Your companions are a monster movie pairing of a zombie and a mummy. The three of you sit in a small boat that is barely fighting against a river current.
Hey, everyone! My name is Travis and welcome to my first article on MacSources. I play a lot of games and I’m looking forward to sharing some time with you.
Earlier in the week, one of the editors approached me with a question that immediately brightened my day: