I’ve gone through a lot of portable chargers. I’ve tried my fair share and then some. And while some have perks that make them perfect for specific scenarios, none beat the Satechi Quatro in all around greatness.
I haven’t used my AirPods since I tried these on, and I don’t see myself going back to them anytime soon.
It was the best of days, it was the worst of days. That line is from the book by Charles Dickens called A Tale of Two Cities but it’s also a good summary of a recent drive I took in the 2021 Chrysler Pacifica. Let me cut right to the chase: I forgot my phone. Jumped in to drive, had a few snacks and my sunglasses, but left the plastic gizmo on the counter.
The 2021 Sorento Hybrid EX I was driving automatically slowed down, activating the brakes even though my foot was on the gas. It’s an interesting experience if you have never been in a newer car like this. It’s not sudden at all or alarming. You don’t feel a jolt, you barely even notice. And yet, you know the vehicle has slowed down. It is quite the handy safety tool.
The new GizmoHub Verizon watch Disney Edition combines the whimsical Disney characters my daughter loves (including the new baby Yoda character) with practical, usable features like a daily step counter, GPS location tracking software (more on this later), ten parent-approved contacts for wi-fi texting and calling including an SOS contact number, a weather app, and my daughter’s favorite feature… a camera.
When you slip behind the wheel of the AMG GLE 63 S Coupe, you can’t help but notice the dashboard display. Neither can the drive-through clerk at Starbucks, the random person who walked by while I was waiting at the library, or a few of the passengers who went for a ride.