SeekThermal CompactPro (~400$ on Amazon) is an accessory that allows you to shot thermal photos or videos. Available for Android and iOS devices
Example video (time lapse done in an external application)
Umidigi Q1. 15 Watt Qi charger for Umidigi Z2 Pro (that is not yet released). It should also charge iPhones with 7.5W max.
Apple iPhone X charging time:
|PC Port USB 2.0||03:00:00||04:40:00||06:10:00|
|Apple 5W charger||01:25:00||02:05:00||03:25:00|
|Umidigi Q1 + extra fan||00:55:00||01:48:00||02:40:00|
|Apple 12W charger||00:35:00||01:05:00||02:10:00|
|Apple 29W charger||00:30:00||00:55:00||01:55:00|
Portable CO2 meter and data logger with battery and good CO2 sensor inside.
The only really wrong thing about this device is it always show temperature higher than it is for about 2°C (for example 28.0°C instead of 26.0°C) and it is not something related to wrong sensor placement.
uHoo – most advanced air quality monitor, at least if consider a number of sensors. Including advanced sensor like CO, CO2, PM2.5, VOC, O3, NO2. And also traditional like temperature, humidity, and air pressure. Measurements look accurate enough.
The device does not have any local indicators. Not a single color LED to show air quality status. The only way it communicates with the world is Wi-Fi and mobile application. The application (v 3.8) or backend infrastructure that makes it work is unfortunately unstable. Also, an interface is poorly adapted to iPhone X.
uHoo is not portable due to many reasons like no local indication, no battery, need Wi-Fi (and new connection setup will take time).
Long time no Samsung. 🙂 Mostly because of the previous experience (read in Russian). But anyway did a test of Adaptive Fast Charging (AFC) from Samsung. Using Samsung S8 with AFC charger from the box.
What can I say?
I see some cheating with charging percentage displayed by the phone to get “Full Charge in 90 minutes” in reviews.
But the real numbers are more like 120 minutes.
Just to compare with a device that shows true percentage see image below
|50%||80%||Show 100%||Real 100%|
|Apple iPhone 8 5v 12W charger||00:28:00||00:51:00||01:41:00||01:41:00|
|Samsung Galaxy S8 AFC||00:44:00||01:08:00||01:28:00||01:56:00|
First 4K/GPS/WiFi Dashcam on market.
Metal body looks good. Device is releatively heavy. Weights distribution and center of mass are not perfect and it sometimes affects image quality (right side vibration). Compatibility with 412GW GPS connector (make upgrade easy and fast). A touchscreen is much better than sensor buttons on 412GW. A physical power button is also good. What is absolutely wrong about this dashcam is Wi-Fi speed. View of any HD video impossible. Copy 1 minute of 4K video (340MB) is taking so much time (more than 10 minutes) that my 3 attempts to do that failed for different reasons. Wi-Fi is only usable for preview of Low-Resolution files (if enabled)
Yet another USB Tester with PC/MAC connectivity. This time using Bluetooth.
Application is old-shool and simple. It cannot resize to use full screen, cannot autodetect port to use, cannot show large graphs.
Yet another USB Meter. AVHzY CT-2 (ChargerLAB POWER-Z KT001, Kotomi Premium). It can both store curves offline or be used together with PC application.
not as good as ChargerLAB Power-Z KM001 has. Poor visualization and export options. But at least it has English language interface. Support site available at http://www.avhzy.com/