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Blackview BV5800 Pro: Rugged, Affordable, and Great Value For Money

Our verdict of the Blackview BV5800 Pro:
Blackview's BV5800 Pro builds on their past successes, creating a rugged phone that is both durable and desirable at an incredibly affordable price. 810Modern electronics are quite fragile; none more so than your smartphone. The irony is that we tend to have our smartphone with us in all conditions—while working, outdoors exercising, or just out in the rain. These often expensive gadgets have a habit of breaking or getting damaged in any number of situations.
We buy screen protectors and pricey cases to protect them, but even they don’t always prevent the almost inevitable cracked screen. Could a rugged device like the Blackview BV5800 Pro be the answer, achieving a balance between performance and durability?

Specifications Operating System: Android 8.1 CPU: MT6739 Quad Core RAM: 2GB Storage: 16GB internal, expandable Battery: 5580mAh Display: 5.5 inches, 1440×720, Gorilla Glass 3 Dimensions: 6.18 x 3.09 x 0.61 inches Front Camera: 8 MP ..

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Yi Smartphone Gimbal: Silky Smooth Footage, But Could Be Better

Our verdict of the Yi Smartphone Gimbal:
Makes silky smooth smartphone video accessible to all, but the offering is a bit barebones with no case included. If you can find it on sale for under $100, it's a good entry point, but spend a little more and there are more feature packed devices on offer.710The quality of smartphone videography has exploded in recent years, with the latest handsets able to record 4K video, in HDR or 60 frames per second. Unfortunately, our pathetic shakey human hands haven’t improved at nearly the same pace. While smartphones make some attempt at stabilizing your footage in software, nothing beats a hardware gimbal.
Yi Technology–reknowned for their Yi4K+ GoPro killer and superb quality budget dash cams–have turned their attention to the gimbal market. Today we’re taking a look at the Yi 3-axis Smartphone Gimbal, available now. And at the end of this review, we’re giving one away to one lucky reader. Read on to find out how to enter the competition.

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OUTXE Savage 2000mAh Rugged Portable Battery Review

Our verdict of the OUTXE Savage 20,000mAh Power Bank:
If you're looking for a tough battery and you don't mind the weight, the Savage will do the trick. Keep in mind there are tougher models with the full IP68 rating on the market though.710There’s no shortage of portable rechargeable batteries on the market. Manufacturers have started adding new features in a bid to make their lumps of lithium stand out from the rest.
One such manufacturer is OUTXE, who have produced a rugged dust and water resistant battery with dual inputs and outputs. In addition to offering quick charging, it’s got a flashlight and a solar panel to help you out in emergencies.
OUTXE Quick Charge 20000mAh Waterproof Power Bank with Flashlight 4A Dual Input Rugged Portable Charger OUTXE Quick Charge 20000mAh Waterproof Power Bank with Flashlight 4A Dual Input Rugged Portable Charger Buy Now At Amazon $47.99 At just over $50, is this the high capacity rugged battery you’ve been looking for? Read on to fin..

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TerraMaster Thunderbolt 3 RAID is a Blazingly Fast Way to Store Stuff

Our verdict of the TerraMaster D5 Thunderbolt 3:
TerraMaster have hit a home run with the D5 Thunderbolt 3. This awesome raid can keep up with the most demanding of workflows, but it will cost you.810TerraMaster’s D5 represents a significant step forward for this Noontec subsidiary. Offering everything missing in previous models, and boasting speeds of up to 1035 MB/S, the D5 is aiming for the professional storage market.
Let’s see if this RAID box is worth the $800 price, and don’t forget to enter our giveaway contest at the end of this review, where you can win a D5 Thunderbolt 3 RAID system for yourself.

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