The TERMN-8R is a also unique emergency preparedness tool. You want this dual band all-in-one radio in your disaster preparedness kit. Check out our in-depth review of this radio from AnyTone Tech. We’ve already had our first tropical storm of the year. Are you ready for the next emergency? Disaster? The TERMN-8R offers VHF, UHF, ….read more
This mini router can fit into your pocket and packs some cool features that you will find on full size more expensive routers. Tired of wired connections in hotel rooms? Turn any wired connection into wireless network. If you’re traveling or want an ultra portable affordable router, this is for you! We’ve got a look ….read more
We’ve got a look at the TL-PA211KIT from TP-LINK. This is a simple solution to connectivity for people that want a fast secure network at home when wireless routers are not an option. You can get connected in a matter of minutes without worrying about a wireless signal and it’s secure. More impressively, it uses ….read more
Today, we have a look at a really special tool that reporters, meteorologists, and weather enthusiasts often use to cover hurricanes. It’s the Kestrel 4000 Pocket Weather Tracker. This special tool has it all and we’ve got an inside look for all you weather enthusiasts and reporters. For meteorologists covering hurricanes involved in live reporting, ….read more
We’ve got a look at a great disaster preparedness tool from Kaito Electronics. This radio has it all from crank power to solar power plus it’s very compact and portable. When the power goes out, you don’t want to be left in the dark. The solar powered Voyager can keep you informed whether it’s a ….read more
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