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Review: Dash wireless smart earphones from Bragi

The Dash from Bragi is a wireless smart in-ear earphones. It started as a Kickstarter project back in February 2014. They promised to deliver the product from October 2014, with my own tier of pledge promised January 2015 delivery. Many Kickstarter projects miss their own

By | 25 Apr 2016|Review, Technology|0 Comments

Using Oregon Scientific EMR201 for indoor & outdoor temperature

Knowing bedroom temperature is generally not a priority for most adults. However, with a child sleeping in the room, parents would need to know the temperature to make sure they have dressed their child properly. Knowing the temperature outside the room is another interesting need.

By | 16 Apr 2016|Parenting, Review, Technology|0 Comments

Casual Review: Clair B air purifier

Clair B is an air purifier device from South Korea. I backed their Kickstarter project back in November 2015 and received the unit few days ago. I like its compact design and the fact that it's powered by micro-USB port instead of AC power. Using

By | 3 Apr 2016|Review, Technology|0 Comments

Speed comparison: full-sized USB 3.0 vs. USB-C in SanDisk Dual Drive

This experiment uses 32Gb SanDisk Dual Drive that has 2 connectors: normal full-sized USB 3.0 and the new USB-C (also known as USB Type-C) connectors. My aim is to compare the speed of this particular flash storage when being accessed from both connectors. For this

By | 23 Mar 2016|Review, Technology|0 Comments

The weight of Pebble Time Steel and Pebble Time Round

Pebble is my choice of smartwatch. It does things that I actually need, and none that I don't need to see in such a tiny screen. So it stays on my wrist for 3 years already. From the first generation Pebble, then Pebble Time Steel,

By | 16 Mar 2016|Technology|0 Comments

Quick Review: Fitbit Aria WiFi Smart Scale

Fitbit Aria is a smart scale product with WiFi connectivity. It tracks our weight, percentage of body fat and BMI. With proper set up, it can be connected to 8 Fitbit accounts and will automatically detect the person. Every data is automatically synced to our

By | 29 Feb 2016|Review, Technology|0 Comments