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  • This heavy duty-power bank can simultaneously charge two devices. It comes with a built-in LED flashlight and LCD display panel for high accuracy capacity reading; the perfect emergency kit add-on.

    LifeCHARGE JuicyPack 16,800 mAh Power Bank Review

    LifeCHARGE JuicyPack 16,800 mAh Power Bank Review

    by Theo2

  • I wasn't sure the Apple Watch was worth the price marked on the box but I caved in and bought one anyway. It was way over my budget, but after these four months I can't imagine not having it.

    Four Months With the Apple Watch

    Four Months With the Apple Watch

    by Paul Sears0

  • The Canon G9X is a perfect camera for traveling, vlogging, and everyday usage.

    Canon G9X Review

    Canon G9X Review

    by jaydawg8081

  • Having great photos of your products is the number one key to success when it comes to being an entrepreneur. The Orangemonkie Foldio360 is an interactive product photography base that can help you create 360 degree views of your products!

    Orangemonkie Foldio360 Review

    Orangemonkie Foldio360 Review

    by Marcus Hagen0

  • The Autowit Backup Camera with a 5" IPS front/rear view dash cam is an easy way to install your own car camera system. Cam comes in full HD, large wide-angle lens, and 24 hour monitoring for emergencies.

    Review of Autowit Backup Camera With 5" Mirror Dash Cam

    Review of Autowit Backup Camera With 5" Mirror Dash Cam

    by Krzysztof Willman6

  • Sennheiser Ambeo is the latest headphone that has multiple microphones for vlogging!

    Sennheiser Ambeo Review

    Sennheiser Ambeo Review

    by Marcus Hagen0

  • Learn more about the Sennheiser RS120 headphones. In this review, I explain what I like and don't like about these headphones.

    Sennhesiser RS120 Headphones Review

    Sennhesiser RS120 Headphones Review

    by Eric Farmer0

  • This video tutorial shows you how to convert source M2TS video files outputted by the Sony Handycam into a more common file type, such as WMV, using the Picture Motion Browser (PMB) software that comes with the camcorder. You can use the PMB software to convert the source M2TS files to WMV, MPEG-2 or an Animated HTML/GIF file.

    How to Convert Sony Handycam Video

    How to Convert Sony Handycam Video

    by Max Dalton3

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