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Ritek Mini CD-R Photos and Quality Tests

Ritek Mini CD-R Photos and Quality Tests

Hi everyone, Yesterday, I received some Pocket/Mini CD-R I purchased on eBay, which were being sold for cheap due to them not being branded or not having their specs listed. The seller was selling 3 packs of 100 unbranded silver surface Mini CD-R, and since the price was lower compared to other branded media, I decided to buy all 3. The discs were wrapped with no spindle. The discs have a silver surface: Here we can see a single CD-R:…

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Unboxing Photos of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G

Unboxing Photos of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G

Hi everyone, Yesterday, I got the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, with its 108MP and 8K recording being the main features that led me to purchase it. I intend to use its camera to take lots of photos and take early advantage of its 8K recording mode. The photos on this post were taken with my previous phone: the Samsung Galaxy S9+. Let’s begin the unboxing with the box, which is similar to previous Samsung Galaxy phones: As soon as we…

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The M Way USB External DVD Drive

The M Way USB External DVD Drive

Hi everyone, In this post, I’ll show you the M Way USB External DVD Drive. This is a slim External CD-RW/DVD-ROM Combo drive, which is quite interesting, given that most units today are DVD writers. This one just reads and writes CD-R/RW, and reads DVD’s, but can’t write them. The brand is unknown, too, but it was on sale a few days ago and decided to get one, just to have just in case one of my other drives goes…

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Unboxing Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield Double Pack

Unboxing Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield Double Pack

Hi everyone, Here, I will be showing you pictures of the Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield Double Pack, which got released today: As you can see in the above picture, that is the front of the box. Let’s take a look at the back: And the sides: Let’s open the box: And take out the contents: We can see the Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield game box. We can also see it came with a download code to get some…

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Unboxing the KZ AS16 In-Ear Monitor

Unboxing the KZ AS16 In-Ear Monitor

Hi everyone, Today, I’m sharing my unboxing video of the KZ AS16 In-Ear Monitor. This IEM has 8 balanced armatures per side, for a total of 16. In the video, I compare the size of it with the KZ ZS10 Pro, which is also another of their newer IEM. I’m currently listening to the KZ AS16 and will soon give my impressions of it. In the meantime, here’s the unboxing video:

The pind StickPad

The pind StickPad

Hi everyone, Today, I got the pind StickPad: Inside that envelope, is a sticky pad that we can use to stick things like portable hard disks to a laptop, among other things. The packaging is very simple. It’s a simple envelope, and inside, we can find the pind StickPad: I took it out of the envelope: And separated both ends. There was a card inside: That’s the content of it. On the other side of the card, there are useful…

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Unboxing the KZ ZS7 IEM

Unboxing the KZ ZS7 IEM

Hi everyone, Today, I’m sharing my Unboxing video of the KZ ZS7 IEM. These have become my new favorite IEM to use to listen to music. They have a really good sound reproduction. Watch the video below: Do you have these IEMs? What do you think?

The Genki Bluetooth Adapter for Nintendo Switch

The Genki Bluetooth Adapter for Nintendo Switch

Hi everyone,

Today, I’d like to show you the Genki Bluetooth Adapter specifically made for the Nintendo Switch. This was a [Kickstarter Project](https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/humanthings/genki-bluetooth-audio-for-the-nintendo-switch) that ran successfully. The Genki Bluetooth adapter is basically a USB-C Audio Device that converts the audio signal into Bluetooth and transmits it to your favorite headphones or Bluetooth receivers. Given that this is basically a USB-C adapter, this means that it is also compatible with PC’s and certain Android devices supporting USB-C audio devices.

Since the Nintendo Switch doesn’t currently allow the connection of Bluetooth audio devices, this comes very handy, as the latest Switch firmware adds support for USB Audio Devices. This adapter does its magic because it has a chip that converts the audio that the Switch transmits to this device into Bluetooth and therefore enables you to use your Bluetooth devices with your switch. It also has the benefit of using Qualcomm’s aptX and aptX Low Latency codecs, the latter which is a most to play without any noticeable audio lag. It also supports the AAC codec and of course, the standard SBC codec.