You've probably seen wall outlets with built-in USB ports, but this outlet from TopGreener is pretty special. Not only does it have a USB Type-A connector, but the connector supports Qualcomm QuickCharge 3.0, and there's an additional Type-C port. The wall outlet is now $33.99 on Amazon, a $6 reduction from the original price. Read More
Did you get a new gadget this Christmas? Maybe it was a new Android smartphone, a Chromebook, a smartwatch, some earphones, other miscellaneous accessories like a 360-degree camera, or even a new iPad Pro. If you're scratching your head trying to figure out what to charge those new gadgets with, without taking up every wall outlet in the house, then we have just the deals for you. Aukey has discounted several of its wall chargers on Amazon, dropping their price anywhere from $7 to $17. Read More
Do you want power? More power? Faster power? If the answer is yes, then you've come to the right deal alert post. This RAVPower external battery has everything I'd want in a portable charger nowadays and it's discounted today on Amazon to an all-time low price of $47.99.
So why am I gushing about this battery pack? Well, it's not because of its 20100mAh capacity or dual USB output ports or 4 LED indicator lights. Those are pretty standard for any external battery. There are three other great selling points to this RAVPower:
- One of the USB output ports is Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 compatible, which means that it'll charge all of your QC1.0, 2.0, and 3.0 devices as fast as they can handle it.
Isn't technology just fascinating? Don't you remember a few years ago when the first dual-core and quad-core mobile processors were announced, and we all marveled at the progress but wondered why would we ever need this much power in a smartphone? Fast forward a few years and we're already considering octa-core processors as "midrange", like these newly announced Snapdragon chipsets.
First is the Snapdragon 617, coming before the end of 2015 with an X8 LTE modem (Cat 7 for up to 300 Mbps downlink and 100Mpbs uplink) and dual Image Signal Processor (ISP) for cameras up to 21MP. Both features are similar to its Snapdragon 618 and 620 siblings and would allow OEMs faster software compatibility optimization if they've already implemented them. Read More