Category Archives: Reviews

1st Impressions: Hands on Review of Motorola’s Moto X on AT&T

somegadgetguy moto x review hands on video motorolaMotorola is on an interesting track, attempting to make specs less important than experience. It’s a difficult sell in AndroidLand, where phones are marketed by numbers on pieces of paper. Through a clever combination of design and optimization, they might just be able to convince people they’re right however.

Let’s take the Moto X for a spin, and see if it has the goods!

(Video) Synthetic Benchmarks: Motorola Moto X

Much has been made of Motorola putting a slightly older dual core into their new phone. In a world of premier quad core handsets, Moto X has an up hill climb communicating its message of software optimization. I spent a little time playing with X, and ran it through some synthetic benchmarks just to see how it compares to other phones on the market.

Review: RAVPower 10,400 mAh External Battery Charger

somegadgetguy ravpower battery external charger review videoMOAR RUN TIME!
I’ve spent a couple weeks using the RAVPower to recharge my phones and gadgets while on the go. How does a $35 battery charger hold up out in the wild? Let’s take a look.

RAVPower on Amazon.

Video 1st Impressions: The HTC One Mini on AT&T

SomeGadgetGuy Htc one mini review hands on comparison video

They say good things come in small packages…

It’s time to play with the HTC One Mini! The original One is one of my all time favorite phones, so how will I like its shrunk down little brother? Can HTC bring a premier fit and finish to a mid-range device?

Watch on my friends.

(Video Interview) Chris Emerson: One Month #ThroughGlass

christopher emerson throughglass glass explorer google demo hands somegadgetguyActor Chris Emerson is a socially conscious, tech forward friend of mine. He shares my more optimistic views of what technology might provide us if we are able to embrace it. For six weeks now he’s been a part of the Glass Explorers program. We spent an afternoon chatting about Google’s newest disruptive tech at a slick coffee bar in Hollywood.

This is a longer video, almost an hour, but Chris discusses in depth what his experiences have been. If you’ve been curious about Glass, this interview should answer a lot of questions.