In today's world of rapidly changing technology new and useful products can be easily overlooked or not found. Today I’ll show you four of those new and extremely useful products you may have never heard of or overlooked.
With today's phone chargers many of us have trouble finding them or plugging them in in the dark. The solution here is an incredibly clear one; put LEDs on the cable! The only flaw being your cable needs to be plugged in the power source for the lights to come on, but that can be easily fixed by leaving the cable plugged into the wall socket. You can find the iPhone version of these cables here on Amazon.
Today a portable backup phone charger is almost a necessity due to the low battery life on just about all of today's technology, whether it be a phone or tablet. Many of these power banks are cheap and don't last long, some barley charge your device fully and others don't even have enough power output to charge an iPad. Others don't alert you about the status of the power banks battery life leaving you guessing as to whether or not its actually charged. The Intocircuit 11200mAh Dual USB Portable External Battery Charger has it all including a LED screen to tell you what percentage the battery of the Power Bank itself is at. Check it out here, on Amazon.
With technology only getting more expensive and twice as fragile repairs almost become are almost expected at some point. Cracked screens and broken digitizers can usually be easily replaced if you follow a guide or video, however having the correct tools makes the job much easier and you may even need them to complete the job! With this thin steel pry tool you'll be able to easily remove cracked screens and those pesky digitizers from just about any device. Though some repairs can be a bit harder than others and if you don't know what you're doing, could end up hurting your device more, this tool is something you'll need. See it by clicking here.
Back on the topic of today's phone/mobile device chargers, have you ever wondered why certain chargers/cords take way longer to charge your device than others? Is it your devices fault, the wall plugs fault or the cords fault? It’s almost impossible to tell without the right hardware. Even if the amp output is printed on the plug how can you be sure that’s actually what's coming out of the device? This handy little device does just that, it verifies the voltage and amperage are both correct. Buy it on Amazon here
We hope you enjoyed our four products today, tune back in next time for the next list and make sure you don't miss a thing!