Here’s this month’s list of the top 10 accessories that we’d recommend. Some of these are new, some not so much. But they are some great products that you’ll definitely want to get your hands on. So let’s start this top 10!
Sony MDRRF985RK Wireless RF Headphone
These are some of Sony’s newest wireless headphones, they are what they call “on-ear” headphones. They feature an easy adjust headband, so you can adjust it to fit your head pretty easily. It also comes with it’s own stand which is also nice.
This Choe Qi Wireless charging pad is one of the best out there, and it’s also one of the cheapest. It doesn’t do anything special, it just charges your device wirelessly. Set your new Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge down on it, and boom it starts charging. No fussing with wires anymore.
This thing is sweet. It’s not just a jump starter for your car, but it’ll also charge up your smartphone or tablet. It has a USB port to charge your devices, as well as jumper cables included. It has a 12,000mAh battery inside which is enough to jump start a V8.
While some smartphones are getting rid of MicroSD card slots – including Samsung, and ironically this is their microSD card. There are still plenty of smartphones that use them. This is a 128GB microSD card from Samsung, and it’ll store everything, and then some.
If you have a lot of devices that need to be charged up daily, then this is a must have. It’s basically a 5-port USB charger that can sit on your desk. I have one (from another company) and it’s great. You can plug in your smartphone, smartwatch, Tablets, and much more.
This is still one of my favorite Bluetooth Speakers. It’s from Ultimate Ears, which is a sub-division of Logitech. The Boom speaker is a nice and tall speaker that looks nice and puts out some amazing sound. It’s 360 sound, so it doesn’t really matter how you have it facing. It’s also got battery life for days and even weeks.
These are some of my favorite headphones right now. I’ve been using them, for the most part, for the last month or so. They are quite heavy, but have some pretty amazing sound coming out of them. They also have noise cancellation, which I will be using many times in the future.
What does this have over the Astro E6 from Anker? Well about two thousand more mAh. EC Technology has put up 3 USB ports on this one as well as a flashlight, which actually will come in handy more than you’d think.
When you have a lot of devices to charge, kinda like me, these hubs come in handy. I have one that sits on my desk (it’s actually their 5-port model) that charges my Moto 360, Xperia Z3 (if needed, which isn’t often), battery packs and other review units I might have on hand.
I also have this car charger from Anker. It’s a pretty slick car charger that has two USB ports, so you are able to charge two devices at the same time. That’s really all there is to say about this one.