The One about the Seagate Personal Cloud Home Media Storage Device 3TB

Seagate’s Personal Cloud Home Media Storage is one of the coolest storage devices I have used, but it may not be the most user-friendly device but it works quite well. Having used Lacie’s Network Space product, in some ways, the Seagate Personal Cloud Home Media Storage and the Lacie Network Space look very similar to each other, with the Seagate being more rectangle (more width) and both are black with […]

The One about the LG Hom-Bot Square Robotic Vacuum (VR65704LVM)

It has been a competitive few years in the robotic vacuum scene. iRobot Roomba, Samsung POWERbot, BISSELL SmartClean, Neato, bObswep, Infinuvo, Moneual, Miele and there is LG with their Hom-Bot Square Robotic Vaccums. Let’s take a look at the LG Hom-Bot Square Robotic Vacuum (VR65704LVM). I. WHAT’S INSIDE THE BOX: – Robot Cleaner – Remote Controller + two AAA batteries – Home Station + Adapter – Cleaning tool – Dust […]

The One about the Withings Pulse Ox

As a proud owner of Withings WS-50 Smart Body Analyzer, I was looking forward to the Withing Pulse Ox Black. For my runs, I tend to use my Garmin Forerunner and most recently, my TomTom Spark Music + Cardio but always willing to test out affordable watches that deal with wearable health/sports technology. Out of the box, you get the Withings watch which comes with the strap/holder, a clip on […]

The One about the Actron CP9599 U-Scan OBD II and CAN Code Scanner

Having used the wired Actron CP9550 for years, I was looking forward to the CP9599 U-Scan. While it took me a while to figure out how to remove the code scanner from it’s case, finding and downloading the app to my Android phone was easy. What you get is a free app that performs a QuickCheck to diagnose and reset your check engine light, view emission status and read code […]

The One about the Actron CP9125 PocketScan Code Reader

My older Toyota Corolla has been experiencing the check engine light quite a few times recently. And unfortunately each place locally wants to charge a minimum of $45 just to tell you what the code is and it’s quite disconcerting that each time, it’s “tighten your gas cap” and having to pay for a code check. More than likely, the issue is going to happen again and you might as […]