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Unboxing New Pokémon Snap for the Nintendo Switch

Unboxing New Pokémon Snap for the Nintendo Switch

Hi everyone,

On Friday, I got the New Pokémon Snap game for the Nintendo Switch. This is the successor for the Nintendo 64 Pokémon Snap game. Here, we’ll see the box and its cart.

The game box contains graphics with several Pokémon.

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Inside, we see a simpler graphics with the game cart.

Above are pictures of the game cart.

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And this is how it looks on the Nintendo Switch Main Menu.

Have you got this game? I’ll be playing it in the following days.

You can get it on Amazon at the following link:

An armadillo crossing the street

An armadillo crossing the street

Hi everyone,

Today, I had the chance of taking photos of this armadillo that crossed the street o my front yard. He was successful and luckily, no cars were passing at the time. I hope you like them:

The photos were taken with the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra with the firmware ending in AUB5. They were taken with a 15.4 Digital Zoom.

Unboxing Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time for Nintendo Switch

Unboxing Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time for Nintendo Switch

Hi everyone,

Today, we’ll look at the box for the Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time game for the Nintendo Switch, which got released today. I had it preordered on Amazon.

The box is very colorful and the graphics looks of high quality. Let’s see the inside:

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The inside, however, is very simple. There’s no graphics inside. Instead, just Warranty information.

Let’s take a closer look at the game cart:

And here’s how it looks in the Nintendo Switch:

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While I have the N. Sane Trilogy, I haven’t finished it yet. At this point, all of these games are more for collection purposes and some day I’ll play them.

The Moon

The Moon

Hi everyone,

Today, I’m sharing these 2 photos I took today, trying out the “space zoom” of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. Hope you like them.

Photos taken with the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra with firmware ending in AUAJ.

Photos of the Day: Birds Flying in the Sky

Photos of the Day: Birds Flying in the Sky

Hi everyone,

Today, as I was out picking up my mail, I noticed a lot of birds flying in the sky. I found this interesting, as they were all lined up and flying in the same direction, with more birds coming from behind, so I decided to take some photos of them. Hope you all like them!

Photos taken with a Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra with firmware ending in AUAJ.

Woodpecker – June 2020

Woodpecker – June 2020

Hi everyone,

I’m in the process of organizing my photos and I came with these photos I took of a Woodpecker that visited my backyard back in June 2020. These birds are common in my area due to the abundance of trees.

Photos taken with the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra with firmware ending in ATE6.

TP-Link Archer T2U Nano: AC600 USB 2.0 Wireless Adapter

TP-Link Archer T2U Nano: AC600 USB 2.0 Wireless Adapter

Hi everyone,

Today, I’ll show you the TP-Link Archer T2U Nano AC600 USB 2.0 Wireless Adapter:

TP-Link Archer T2U Nano AC600 USB2.0 Wireless Adapter 1

This is a USB 2.0 Wireless Adapter about the size of a mouse USB receiver, very small. It follows the Wireless AC protocol and should theoretically give us speeds of up to 600Mbit/s. If that’s true or not, we’ll see later in this post.

This wireless receiver is currently being sold at about $13 dollars on Amazon, or at $12 if you buy them as a “Renewed” item, which is Amazon’s terms for refurbished items.

The above ones were purchased renewed, as this is more friendly to the planet and should work just like a new one. In fact, you can see one of them is packaged differently than the other. This doesn’t matter, but you know they are repackaged items because of how they are.

Unboxing

The front of the box shows the overall product details, like saying it should be faster on the 2.4Ghz band and that it also supports the 5Ghz band, given it’s a dual band adapter:

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On the back, we have a better description of the adapter:

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The receiver is packaged inside this big box:

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The reason for it to be big is that they have packaged a regular CD with the device driver. It has to be known that Windows 10 detects the adapter natively and uses its own driver, as we will see later too.

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We also have the user manual and an Amazon Certified Refurbished card.

The adapter is really small:

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Taken out of the box:

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Now it’s time to plug it into my laptop. Almost unnoticeable:

Testing

The TP-Link Archer T2U Nano is natively recognized by Windows 10, and uses Microsoft’s native driver:

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However, it only seems to be using a fraction of my wireless router, only showing it is running at a rate of 86.7Mbit/s:

TP-Link T2U Nano speedtest 1

In fact, running a speed test doesn’t give the maximum speed of 250Mbit/s of download I’m supposed to be getting:

In comparison, when using the laptop’s integrated Wifi card, it indeed reaches the full 250Mbit/s speed:

I then decided to use TP-Link’s driver to see if that would improve things, but infortunately that wasn’t the case:

And even switched to the other adapter to make sure it wasn’t defective. Unfortunately, I also got a slower than expected speed:

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Conclusion

The TP-Link Archer T2U is a small wireless adapter. Maybe it’s because of that the fact that we don’t see the full speed being utilized, but one thing is for sure; it serves its initial purpose of bringing Wi-Fi to a laptop. While it may be slow, we can also see that the adapter works simply by inserting it. No extra drivers are needed on Windows 10, and we can start navigating the web fast.

For just $12 or $13 dollars, we can’t expect it to do miracles with the speed, but it will keep you connected with no dropouts.

The internet plan used for the purpose of this review is 250Mbit/s of download and 25mbit/s of upload speed.

If you’re interested, you can purchase this item on Amazon below:

Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory Nintendo Switch unboxing

Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory Nintendo Switch unboxing

Hi everyone,

Today, we’ll see some photos of the case and game card of the new Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory game for the Nintendo Switch.

We’ll start with the game case exterior:

Opening the case, we just see some text and the game card itself:

And now, let’s take a closer look at the game card:

Music Rhythm games are one of my favorites to play, and this is no exception. While I haven’t played most Kingdom Hearts game, my first one was Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories for the Gameboy Advance. Then, I played the Nintendo DS games but haven’t played the PS3/PS4 games as I don’t own one and it’s unlikely I’ll get one either. Either way, I’m enjoying this game so far.