RED HYDROGEN LLC officially launched its very first smartphone, the RED HYDROGEN One, on November 2, 2018. It’s touted as “the world’s first holographic media machine that fits in your pocket.” Just to recap, this $1,300 device features a Snapdragon 835 CPU, Holographic 4-View (H4V) technology with front / back Holographic 4-View recording capability, multi-dimensional surround sound, a modular system that lets you add additional modules, and it’s ARCore enabled so you can try new AR experiences that transform the way you play, shop, learn, create and experience the world with others. Is it worth the money? Many early reviewers don’t think so. Read more for hands-on pictures, another video review, and additional information.
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As many smartphone enthusiasts already know, the LG V40 ThinQ was officially announced last week, complete with five cameras in total (two on the front and three on the back) that work together when in special camera modes. To keep things speedy, there’s a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and a stunning 6.4-inch OLED display. You’ll be able to pick up this device for $899.99 from AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, U.S. Cellular, and Verizon outlets in the United States on October 18th. Continue reading for a full video review, hands-on pictures and more information.
The GoPro HERO7 Black has officially been unveiled, and for those who have always wanted more social features in an action camera, you’re in luck. With HyperSmooth stabilization, users get gimbal quality video, without the gimbal, while a new intelligent photo mode delivers brilliant images automatically. Fire up the GoPro app, and live streaming lets you share every moment as you live it. A new SuperPhoto mode intelligently applies HDR, local tone mapping or noise reduction to optimize your shots. Product page. Continue reading for two more videos, hands-on pictures and additional information.
The VOYO VBook V3 Ultrabook is the Windows 10 laptop and tablet hybrid you’ve been waiting for, all for $227. Featuring a 13.3″ 1080p IPS touchscreen display, an Intel Cherry Trail Z8300 1.44-GHz (up to 1.84-GHz) quad-core processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of ROM, dual cameras, Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, HDMI-out, and more. This is the perfect device for work, school, streaming media, and even some light gaming. Product page. Continue reading for our full review.
The Teclast X98 Plus II may look like a normal tablet at first, but once you boot it up, both Android 5.1 Lollipop and Windows 10 64-Bit operating systems are available to choose from. Featuring an Intel Cherry Trail Z8300 64bit Quad Core 1.44GHz (up to 1.84GHz burst) processor, Intel HD Gen 8 GPU, 4GB of LPDDR3 RAM, 64GB of eMMC ROM, dual cameras, HDMI-out, and an ultra crisp 9.7-inch IPS Retina (2048 x 1536) display. Best of all, it’s priced at just $159.99 for the next 2-days, originally $460.17. Product page. Continue reading for a full hands-on look, as well a a bonus preview of the X22 Air.
Mpow’s Antelope Bluetooth 4.1 Wireless Sport Headphones (coupon code: JGDCAGVN) and Apple MFI Certified 8-Pin Lightning to USB Cable Cord (coupon code: 3ZS22M9T) are perfect for mobile warriors looking to enjoy their media library, while staying charged – use the coupon codes above to get them for $19.99 and $6.99 respectively. The problem with most headphones is that they’re not made for outdoor activities, but the Antelope boasts a comfortable, sweatproof design, ensuring that it’ll keep on working no matter how hard the workout. Now finding a reliable Lightning connector cable is another story, but the MFI Certified model we tested exceeded most in durability. Continue reading for our full review.
TaoTronics 20W Wireless Bluetooth Speaker stands out from the rest due to its sleek aluminum alloy design, and its affordable price tag – at least half the price of its competitors. Rather than several low-powered speakers, the Voom X boasts two, 10W speakers with dual bass radiators for rich deep sound. Best of all, it has a Bluetooth connectivity range of 30-feet, so you won’t be tethered to wherever the speaker is placed. Product page (Amazon link). Continue reading for our lightning review.
The Cheero Ingress Power Cube is not only the world’s first battery for Ingress agents – an augmented reality MMO game, but it’s also officially licensed by Niantic Labs. We’ve reviewed many power banks, but this 12,000mAh accessory not only looks cool, but can quickly and easily recharge your gadgets on-the-go. The first 8000-units will contain a special Ingress MOD card pack, consisting of: “Power Cube”, “ADA Refactor” and “Jarvis Virus” – install the MOD from your Ingress App or Intel Map. Currently, you can pick it up for the promotional price of $43.99 shipped (until June 7th), originally $55.00. Product page. Continue reading for our full review, including a video of the awesome color-changing LEDs.
Cheero’s Power Plus 3 is a rarity when it comes to power banks, as this ultra compact device packs 13400mAh of charging power and a stylish minimalist design to boot. Don’t let its size fool you, as it can recharge an iPhone 6 up to 5-times and we found that with the Nexus 5, you’ll get the same results too. Best of all, there’s a special promotion going on right now that lets you pick up a Power Plus 3 with both Lightning / microUSB combo and micro USB cables for just $29.99 (until 5/25) right here on this page. Continue reading for our full review.
Leatherman is known for multi-tools and the Tread QM1 is definitely no slouch. First unveiled a couple weeks ago, it not only functions as a Swiss-made timepiece with precision quartz movement, but this bracelet also packs 25 tools for tackling any task. The watch itself is made from a highly corrosion-resistant 17-4 stainless steel and boasts shock resistant sapphire crystal for heavy-duty wear. Continue reading for the video review and more information.