Divoom TimeBox - http://amzn.to/2kpQkkc
Logitech x100 - http://amzn.to/2jTqiTz
PhoneSuit Journey Travel Charger - http://amzn.to/2kpYGIH
PhoneSuit Flex Pocket Charger XT - http://amzn.to/2kpQND1
Anker PowerCore Fusion 5000 - http://amzn.to/2kPKfhY
Video transcript provided below...
Hey guys, Dan here from CLE Tech and today were going to take a look at some of the top tech for the month of February 2017. These products will have different price ranges and all of the links to each product will be in the description below. Also, I will be giving away a random product every month from these episodes. All you need to do is make sure you are a subscriber to the channel, like this video and leave a comment down below letting me know what product you liked in this video. Winners will be announced in the next top tech video the following month!
Starting off with out first product, and it's probably one of the more interesting products that I have checked out in a long time and that is the Divoom TimeBox. What makes the Timebox so interesting is it's multifaceted approach. Essentially, out of the box, you have what looks like a cool and sleak looking bluetooth speaker. Don’t get me wrong, the TimeBox actually sounds pretty decent in terms of audio quality but the main attraction is on the otherside. This side here is actually a customizable LED panel in which you can display all sorts of relevant information like notifications from various apps on your phone, the current time, weather etc.
You can also draw your own custom images on your phone in the TimeBox app and then with one tap send it over to your TimeBox to be displayed. There are tons of different levels of customizing that the TimeBox offers and you can even get to some quick presets by hitting the snooze button on the top of the box. This is also where you will find the rest of your media controls and you can even use some of these buttons to play some games on your TimeBox.
Honestly there are so many features that if you guys want to see a dedicated video on the TimeBox, hit that like button and leave me a comment down below as well.
Next up, we have a more traditional bluetooth speaker from Logitech. This is the Logitech X100 and it comes in a variety of different colors but my personal favorite was this blue and orange colorway. This speaker is almost the exact opposite of the TimeBox in terms of features. It's pretty simple but with a cool design and is super portable. It sounds good and can almost fill a small room with sound. Your main use cases would be for those who travel and want some quality speakers for on the go. It fits perfect in any bag and isn't too bulky to travel with.
The best part is, this guy retails for under $20 and is something that should definitely be picked up and at least stashed in your bag so you always have a quality speaker with you wherever you may be.
These next two products come from a company called PhoneSuit and they pertain to your iPhone or iPad. First is the Journey Travel Charger Ultra. What makes this guy so handy is that it's a very lightweight and portable battery pack that can charge your phone at least two full times with it's 5,000mAh battery. Best part is, no cable is required for your iPhone as it is built right into the battery pack. Simply pop out the sides and plug in your device.
Micro USB users are also in the clear as the other side containts a micro USB cable built in as well! For those who are in the USB-C world, there is a USB output port which will help you connect just about any other device you need to charge. Only downside to that is you will need to supply your own cable. Other than that, this guy is almost a swiss army knife of a battery bank!
Maybe in the future, they will include a USB-C option too.
The other product that I have here from PhoneSuit does pertain strictly to Apple devices. This is the Pocket Charger and it's a little tiny 2600mAh battery with a built-in lightning connecter that just simply plugs right into your phone. The design is simple and effective with only one touch capactive button on the right side that will show you your battery life and a charging port right above it to charge the battery bank. My only issue here is that the device uses micro USB to charge which is very common in batteries but it's an extra cable that you will need to carry.
This little guy is actually the larger version and is the XT model meant for the iPhone 6/6S and 7 Plus. There is a smaller version to go with smaller iPhones as well but honestly, this XT model fits the smaller iPhone just fine. There is plenty of room no matter what case you have on your iPhone, the Pocket Charger will still fit like a glove.
Anker PowerCore Fusion
Finally, the last product we have here sticking with the charger theme and is from our good friends over at Anker. This is the Anker PowerCore Fusion. So on the outside, this guy just looks like a regular wall adapter. It’s rather large with two USB out ports and one micro USB port. There is also a button on the side to indicate remaining battery life. Why you might ask? Well, if you haven't figured out by now, this guy is a wall adapter battery bank combo.
So you can charge devices while it's plugged into the wall and then take it with you on the go as a portable power bank. You can charge a couple of devices fully with the 5000mAh built-in battery. Best part is, when you plug the adapter into the wall, it also charges the battery built-in!
So in theory, if you carry around multiple wall adapters and batteries, you might only need this one adapter/battery combo to suit all of your needs.
That's it for this months top tech. Don't forget to subscribe, like this video and leave a comment down below to enter yourself in the giveaway of a random product from this video. Thanks for watching guys and I will see you in the next one.