Power Up and Go! The Naztech Turbo T3

June 11th, 2015

Today’s world is a place where we cannot seem to live without our smartphones on us at all times.  If they lose juice, communication shuts down. Luckily, Naztech’s top tier designers are dedicated to heightening the communication experience for all users and have responded with the Naztech Turbo T3.

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With rapid high-charging technological features and a sleek design, the Trion has the capacity to charge three devices at the same time at look good while doing it. This is one truly powerful charging system equipped with protection against short circuiting and overcharging.

 

Think of the wonder that would come from the ability to charge your phone, MP3 player, and tablet all at the same time. Users now  have the opportunity to just charge up and go. No more arguing about who gets to use the charger when you are away with friends, children, or even on a business trip.

 

The Turbo T3  proves to be the perfect travel companion, as its  compact design creates an ergonomic look with an easy grip rubberized finish and its illuminating LED light allows users to conveniently see each USB port (especially at night).

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Check out the Turbo T3  now at Hypercel.com and Naztech.com and let us know what you think!

 

Minimize Desktop Clutter with Naztech’s Power Hub 7

June 9th, 2015
The power hub 7 charging dock

The power hub 7 charging dock

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Naztech industrial designers and engineers wanted to cater to growing demands of consumers and the importance of organization and keeping their technology devices charged at all times. By marrying their ideas and design, engineers provided the ultimate solution for professional work stations, families and groups and created a system to streamline and simplify those everyday charging needs for your favorite devices.

The Naztech Power Hub 7 is the industry’s first power station to have all components, including a built-in power supply concealed and enclosed within the unit, reducing the need for additional adapters and minimizing desktop clutter. No other hub on the market provides a streamline design with individual docking stations for better organization. The powerful 70 Watt Naztech Power Hub 7 is engineered to help the modern consumer by maximizing surface space while rapidly charging multiple devices simultaneously with any of the four 2.4A ports optimized for tablet devices and three 1A ports for smartphones, cameras or handheld games in a sleek minimalist design.

The Naztech Power Hub 7

The Naztech Power Hub 7

The Naztech Power Hub 7 was nominated for the 2015 IHA Innovation Award and featured on the onsite showcase during the show 2015 International Home + Housewares Show.

Naztech industrial designers and engineers invest heavily in market research to provide consumers with the most innovative, convenient, premium quality products. In an evolving market, consumer research is a crucial factor for Naztech to produce industry leading products designed to make life easier for everyone. According to the NPD Group, US homes now hold over 500m connected devices with apps, at an average of 5.7 per household.

The Power Hub 7 is one of the most innovative products on the market in 2015 and truly stands alone in regards to its immense capabilities. Let us know what you think in the comments below whether you already possess the Power Hub or hope to obtain one soon!

Samsung S6 Edge as Bendable as iPhone 6 Plus #bendgate pt. 2

April 6th, 2015

SquareTrade Shows Samsung S6 Edge as Bendable as iPhone 6 Plus & More Likely to Crack Under Pressure. Check out our video below.

LG revisits the curve, and steps it up with high-caliber hardware

February 19th, 2015

The Good: The LG G Flex 2 sports a uniquely immersive and comfortable arched design, a sharp 1080p display, the latest Snapdragon 810 processor and a scratch-resistant coating.

The Bad: The device’s camera takes muted photos, its battery capacity is smaller than its predecessor, and performance can be slow at times, pending a software update.

The Bottom Line: No longer just a daring experiment, the G Flex 2 finally has the killer screen and top-of-the-line processor that its bold design deserves.

MacBook falls 1,000 feet from airplane, survives the landing

February 16th, 2015

Here’s a story about a tech miracle that involves flying and an Air in the air. Reddit user av80r, also known as Carl, has a passion for flying. He hopped into a single-engine two-seater SportCruiser aircraft and took off for a leisure flight from Lanseria International Airport in South Africa. He was heading down the runway when the canopy (essentially the cockpit cover) popped open slightly. By that point, Carl decided his best bet was to come back down to Earth. On the way back, he realized an orange Thule bag containing his MacBook Air laptop was missing, having been sucked out at 1,000 feet in altitude.

The search for the airborne baggage was initially in vain, until Carl discovered someone had posted on his Facebook wall about finding his bag. A farmer named Malopo had just missed getting hit by the flying Thule. Maloto’s boss went through the bag, found Carl’s details and tracked him down on Facebook to facilitate the reunion between the pilot and his gear. Carl gave both the farmer and his boss reward money for their help.

Whatever situation arises, Hypercel offers protective cases, covers, and accessories for your Apple iPhone 6, iPad, and iPod.

No matter how fast or far technology goes, your Smartphone will control them all

January 27th, 2015

Smartphone innovation has come along way since the time of the original BlackBerry. The introduction of the of the original Apple iPhone has inspired radical shifts in hardware and software. Occasionally, we tend to see technology efforts triumph or tank, like the  Samsung Galaxy Note Edge’s curved screen and the Amazon Fire Phone’s “3D” cameras.

No matter how fast or far technology goes, your Smartphone will control them all!

Without smartphones as the always-on-you control center for accessing and manipulating these other devices, there would be no convenient way to unlock your smart door when in range, while also programming your DVR to record a new show. Through apps and sensors, phones have become the ultimate all-in-one key fob to coordinate your wide variety of disparate gadgets.

For now, at least, the flurry of innovation around smart devices and the Internet of Things is still very much tied to the phone, a status that isn’t likely to budge for years to come.

Apple has added a new Free on iTunes section

January 26th, 2015

Free iTunes material is just a click away. If you have moved away from iTunes and toward streaming services for your digital media consumption needs, it may be time to double back to iTunes, or at least stop by once in a while. After removing the free Single of the Week from iTunes at the beginning of this year, Apple today added a new section titled “Free on iTunes” featuring free songs and TV shows.

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The Apple iTunes store has always been hub for viral uploading of music, movies, and other media, but the “Free on iTunes” will be revolutionary. Head to the iTunes Store and look for the blue Free on iTunes button in the Music or TV Shows tabs. On the TV Shows tab, some free shows were listed outside of the Free on iTunes section, each denoted with a yellow Free tag. Currently, Free on iTunes offers 16 songs and 24 TV shows. Instead of the usual Buy button, each of the free offerings features a Get button.

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Go Download the latest version of iTunes and get your free iTunes music, movies, and TV shows today!

Before You Buy Your Phone; Think, Reconsider, Think! Top Phones to Reconsider

January 26th, 2015

Every day births a new cell phone. With that Gathered below is the rogues gallery of recent disappointments that just weren’t able to live up to their promise. Arm yourself with the knowledge of the phones you can safely skip:

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ZTE Grand X, December 2014

Though it’s competitively priced off-contract, the Grand X is hardly worth the trouble. Its dual-core processor is glacial, its low-res touchscreen isn’t responsive to the touch, and it ships with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean out of the box.

 

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Posh Orion Pro X500 , December 2014

Aimed toward emerging smartphone markets and users on a budget, the Orion Pro X500 is inexpensive and has dual SIM card slots. Unfortunately, its poor 5-megapixel camera, hefty build, and fuzzy 5-inch display outweigh its pros.

 

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Huawei Ascend Y550 , November 2014

The “Y” appended to Huawei’s Ascend series stands for “youth,” but it might as well stand for “yuck.” The Android device’s performance simply stalled and buckled, from the low-resolution screen to the 5-megapixel camera and beyond.

For the full list of phones not to buy, refer to Cnet’s list “Don’t Buy These Phones”

Samsung Galaxy S6 rumor roundup

January 20th, 2015

CES 2015 is behind us, which means now is the right time to begin anticipating the following innovation buffet: Mobile World Congress. New telephones and tablets make the rounds at the yearly meeting held in Spain, yet Samsung has yet to authoritatively affirm any expression on its normal forthcoming lead cell phone, the Samsung Galaxy S6.

Along these lines, what would we be able to anticipate from a Galaxy S6? The majority of this are a combination of rumors and assumptions, but here our best taught surmises on the points of interest of Samsung’s next huge telephone.

The Samsung Galaxy S5 was divulged at Mobile World Congress 2014 in February; its antecedent, the Samsung Galaxy S4 got its own splashy (and accidentally disputable) dispatch occasion at Radio City Music Hall weeks after MWC in March 2013. Both telephones went marked down a couple of weeks after the fact. Whispers are flying and we believe that the Samsung Galaxy S6 will be unveiled at  the Mobile World Congress

Here are a few specs that we have come across concerning the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6:

– Rumors suggest that the screen size will be around 5.5 inches.

– The Samsung Galaxy S6 operating system, Android 5.0 Lollipopwill be the star of the show, coupled with Samsung’s TouchWiz Android skin.

For more information about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6 click here.

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Daymond John Mogul Mobile Accessories

January 12th, 2015

Entrepreneur and Shark Tank investor Daymond John unveiled a new line of gold- and platinum-tempered glass-screen protectors, which each double as a mirror, under his company Moguls Mobile at CES on Wednesday.

Check out our Mashable link for more fun information.