EZQuest’s USB-C Multimedia Hub Adapter

With a huge variety of devices with differences in USB ports, and the complex nature of rechargeable batteries, the USB Battery Charging (BC) version 1.2 is a critical standard for establishing the right way to charge a battery from a USB port. EZQuest’s USB-C Multimedia Hub Adapter is something to look into. The company says the hub will allow you to take full advantage of your Macs or any laptops which have USB-C ports as well as any USB-C smart phones and tablets with OTG support.

This isn’t the only product EZQuest makes. I encourage you to google the brand or go to their social medias to browse everything.

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Exactly where was my food grown? Thanks to What3Words, you’ll know

You might be wondering why I’m posting about health food on a tech blog! Well, foods bought from a store come to you via supply chains, and supply chains rely on technologies. For example, with fruit products, there’s always a precise place of origin. Sure, consumers and laymen simply say “Mexico” or “Thailand” etc, but precisely WHERE in Mexico or Thailand did the food come from? Now with what3words, it’s easy to answer that.
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How to reduce video lag while live streaming

If you are just starting your online career, whether you’re online streaming, streaming from Xbox on YouTube, having a job interview in Zoom, or just broadcasting something online, you know how annoying it can be to have a laggy livestream. At some point in our daily life we will come across this issue and in this article I’m listing some tips I have tested personally, and hopefully will help you smooth out your livestream by minimizing your streaming issues and also speeding it up.
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Power options for home or on the go: 3 items reviewed

Einova Ultra Fast Power Bank

The Einova Ultra Fast Power Bank’s most salient feature is its LCD display in the corner which tells you how much juice is left in the battery; so, if you hate guessing and prefer efficiency, your prayers have been answered. The 20,000mAh battery capacity can do 4-8 phone charges, 3-5 tablet charges or 1.5 charges for a laptop. It would be an extremely useful gift for any gender because a stylish water-repellent linen canvas dominates the product’s surface. The color is modern: I’d call it a serious slate gray or a deep gray with a hint of urban business/London or New York blue.

Most of all I must point out: the corner indicator reads significantly brighter in real life compared to the image shown here. Overall it’d make a great gift, even for yourself. It has 3 built-in USB ports and boasts 63W of power in a 6.75 x 4 x 0.63-inch casing. You’ll get 5W USB-A output, 18W USB-A output with Quick Charge 3.0 as well as a 45W USB-C input/output with Power Delivery that can be used to recharge a MacBook or other USB-C laptops. This is a 2nd-gen product; the 1st-gen being one of the first of its kind to hit the consumer electronics market. It also has smart device protection which will stop charging automatically. This feature is built in to prevent devices from overcharging. Is this a lightweight product? Heck no. It’s got weight, but it’s slim and worth carrying because of how it can save your day. Pricewise, for what they’re asking, it’s a great value and might easily end up as your favorite charger, despite its weight and size. If you give it as a gift to someone, you’ll be remembered fondly.
Retail price: $69.99 on the Einova site

Accell Power BLOCK Mini

To lay the BLOCK Mini flat, play around with the thick main wire (see fig. 4) in the back, or else out of the box it might not. The most reliable parts of this power block are the 2 protected AC outlets with 300J surge protection (see fig. 2) They’re on both sides, 1 on each. The 3 USBs on the top (see fig. 1) are also extremely handy and in a prime position. The wireless charging area (see fig. 3) can act as a simple stand for landscape viewing too.
Retail price: $39.99 on the Accell site Comes in black or white.

myCharge Ampprong Plus 

The name alludes to the ability to recharge this battery directly through your wall outlet. I sometimes feel like James Bond using this. Wait, Bond would have a battery that lasts 250 years or something crazy right? Haha. Anyway, on the Ampprong Plus, the prongs extend out (not automatically, you need to use your fingers) and back in when not in use. There’s nothing bad to say about this. It’s got 2 USB ports. 6000mAh Lithium Ion battery, 2.0A Input, 2.4A Output. There might be a new iteration of this charger so check the myCharge portal on Amazon. I also notice the company has made even more chargers with prongs, so this isn’t the only one. When I first got the Ampprong Plus, it might’ve been the first of its kind, I’m unsure.
For the ecommerce price, again, please check the myCharge store on Amazon

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