The ecobee3 is a smart thermostat that can be controlled by the sound of your voice by way of Siri or Amazon Alexa. With Apple HomeKit and Amazon Alexa services built-in, you can simply ask one of the digital assistants to set your temperature, and it's done. With Siri, you can do it from anywhere you have an Internet connection, using any iOS device or Apple Watch!
Of course, you can use it the old-fashioned way, but instead of clunky dials and knobs, the #ecobee3 has a modern touch display built in. It can also monitor the temperature in multiple rooms of your home, making sure the rooms that are occupied stay comfortable! Check out the video for my full review - I also show you how to install the ecobee3!
You can pick up the ecobee3 Smart Thermostat now.
SCOTTeVEST makes technology enabled clothing, which is great for travel, or just those of us who carry a lot of gadgets with us on a daily basis. It really is some of the best travel clothing you can buy. In this episode, I bring you a look at the SCOTTeVEST Puffer Jacket, an article of clothing that has a bit more flair and style to it - as well as 19 different pockets for holding all your stuff. You aren't going to believe how much stuff I'm carrying in this one.
You can pick up the SCOTTeVEST Puffer now.
In this first episode of Budget Tech Buys, I bring you a look at the Nulaxy ML11 2.4GHz Wireless Mouse. You can get it for over 50% off on Amazon, with an additional 6% savings using the coupon code AKU9AV37.
The Nulaxy ML11 is a wireless mouse, with a nano USB receiver that's stored in the mouse itself. It's energy efficient too, using a AA battery for power, but switching off automatically when the mouse or the PC is not in use.
You can pick up the Nulaxy ML11 mouse now.
I bring you my HTC 10 Camera Review in this episode. I wanted to review the HTC 10 camera specifically because many in the media reviewed it too early. The pre-launch camera software was slow and buggy, but an update was released for the camera a couple of days before the HTC 10 went on sale to the general public, which vastly improved the camera experience. Check out the camera videos and image samples included in this episode. What do you think? What's your favorite smartphone camera?
You can pick up the HTC 10 now.
In this HTC 10 review, I explain why I think the HTC 10 is the best Android smartphone released so far in 2016. I've been using the HTC 10 for about a month, and have come away very impressed by what the company was able to accomplish with both the camera, and the sound.
On the inside you've got a 24-bit DAC to handle the BoomSound speakers and any headphones you plug in, and the both cameras sport optical image stabilization, which is a first for any smartphone. #PowerOf10
You can pick up the HTC 10 now.
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It's time for me to give you a look at What's in my Tech Bag! You've asked me to show you what I carry with me when I'm on the go, and this video will give you a glimpse into what tech and gadgets come with me everywhere I go, and why I like them. Everything is carried in the Ghostek NRG Bag, which has a 7000 mAh battery which can charge my gadgets even when I'm on the go, which is definitely a plus!
Here's a list of everything that's in my bag, and links to where you can pick them up yourself:
- LSTN Wembley Bamboo Earbuds
- LG G5
- VRS Design LG G5 Cases
- Audeze EL-8 Headphones
- Moment Lenses
- Earin Earbuds
- SanDisk USB-C Dual Flash Drive
- New Nintendo 3DS XL Majora's Mask
- 2016 MacBook
- iPad Pro 12.9-inch
- iPad Pro 9.7-inch
- iPad Pro Smart Keyboard
- Kindle Oasis
- Mophie Juice Pack
- Anker Astro E7 Power Bank
- Poweradd Slim 2
- Belkin SurgePlus USB Swivel Charger
- Nectar Dank Shades
- HTC 10
- iPhone SE
- VRS Design iPhone SE Cases
You can pick up the Ghostek NRG Backpack now.
The new 2016 Apple MacBook brings with it a number of hardware upgrades, as well as a new Rose Gold color. We get into all the changes, including up-close looks at the Gold and rose gold colors, benchmarks on the faster SSD, Intel graphics chip, and RAM. Is this the best Mac laptop that you can buy when looking for a mix or portability, power, and a great display? Find out in our MacBook review.
You can pick up the Apple MacBook now.
Apple released a new, 9.7-inch version of the iPad Pro two weeks ago. It’s an effort to reinvigorate tablet sales, while offering additional features not ever seen on a tablet before…but is it worth your money? In this episode I explain why this is one of the best tablets you can buy.
My final verdict? If you’re in the market for a new tablet, it’s hard to go wrong with choosing the iPad Pro 9.7 inch if you don’t need anything bigger. Forget about the Pro moniker, and just enjoy it for what it is - the best tablet that Apple has ever made. You can pick up the iPad Pro 9.7-inch model starting at $599 for the 32GB, $749 128GB, and $899 256GB if you want a Wi-Fi model. If you want a cellular version, those are $729 for 32GB, $879 for 128GB, and $1029 for 256GB.
You can pick up the iPad Pro 9.7-inch now.
HTC threw a big coming out party for its new HTC 10 Android smartphone, which I am still calling the best Android phone of 2016. I was on hand at the event, and in this episode I bring you a look at what went down at Canoe Studios in Chelsea.
HTC brought in a bunch of journalists, bloggers, YouTubers, and tech influencers to check out the new HTC 10 smartphone, learn about all of its features, enjoy some great food and music, and pick up our review units of the device. During the event I was also able to sit down with HTC's Nigel Newby-House for a one-on-one interview, and played with the HTC Vive as well.
You can pick up the HTC 10 now.
Check out the new HP Spectre x360 laptop computer - it includes a 4K UHD display, and can fold completely back into tablet mode. The 4 speakers are Bang & Olufsen and sound amazing, and you also get three USB 3.0 ports, as well as a USB-C port as well.
You can pick up the HP Spectre x360 now.
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