My Review of the QacQoc USB C Hub for the Macbook Pro
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Entire video was filmed using a Samsung Galaxy S8+ which you can get here: http://amzn.to/2sIU0Cr
Looking for the best gaming laptop out there that doesn’t weigh and can play the latest games such as Mass Effect Andromeda or Nier: Automata? I’d totally recommend the Razer Blade 14. This thing is a beast but doesn’t look like a beast. It’s smaller than the MacBook Pro 2016 15 inch but definitely made more for gamers. It’s also professional looking enough to take to work and get some work done. Multitask between Outlook, Excel, Word, and some games with ease.
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My review on QacQoc GN30H Premium USB-C Hub with Power Delivery 3 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Ports 1 HDMI Port 1SDHC Port 1 Micro SDHC 1 USB-C Input Charging Port for MacBook 12-Inch Aluminum Alloy Build (Gray)
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This initially was supposed to be a What’s in my Bag video but I was too drunk and came up with something else instead so please excuse the first 2 minutes of my drunken rambling. Celebrated 3 Year Wedding anniversary so I put this together mainly for us.
In this video, I used just about every camera that I had!
The cliche’d What’s on My Desk Video! Looks like I hit 80+ subscribers lol. Yes it’s not much but it’s a start! Thanks for watching!
Was up early the other day and wanted to enjoy the Retina display. I usually have this hooked up to a crappy Lenovo monitor.
Sometimes, the day is too nice to be indoors so I bring out the 13-inch MacBook Retina and work outside! Sure it’s no comparison to the 27-inch iMac I have in the office but it’s always good to get some fresh air every now and then. If I wanted to, I could just do most of my work off the Samsung Galaxy S4 and throw my feet on the table, but since these are work hours, I have to be a little bit more work conscious even if this is at home!
I’ve been so busy as of late and haven’t had time to do any reviews or simple posts. Just recently, we (I) acquired THISISMYWORKSPACE.COM which is a domain name that I thought of when walking home after having a couple of Cajun Fish Tacos over at Wahoo’s. For years, The Geeks Office really never had any direction so it was really hard to figure out what I was going to do with this domain. For now I am going to keep things as they are but focus more on the workspaces. I enjoy looking at how people’s have theirs setup whether it be at work, at home, or even on the floor. It doesn’t really matter. I also just setup a Flickr group called This is My Workspace where you can go ahead and feel free to post your workspace and I will feature it on the site. Continue reading→
It’s been crazy over the past few months and I worked on quite a handful of reviews. In doing that, I’ve rotated through some notebooks, smartphones and other gadgets going from an iPhone 5, to a Note 2, back to an iPhone 5 and now I am rockin’ an HTC One 64GB Developer Edition! I’ve also gone through some notebooks and tablets too such as going from an iPad Mini to a Microsoft Surface Pro, an Asus Transformer, Razer Edge Gaming Tablet to a Retina iPad, and now I am back to the iPad Mini once again. And on the notebook side, I went from my MacBook Air 11″ to a Dell XPS 12 and now I’m loving the MacBook Pro 13″ with Retina Display! I like to play around with the latest and greatest and I probably have an addiction where I will never be satisfied with what I currently have. At this very moment, my trio of the MacBook Pro 13″ Retina, iPad Mini LTE, and my new HTC One will do for now. I still plan to keep the iPhone 5 because as my backup and “in-between” phones to use while I look for something better! Again, lots of tech and lots of food within these two months! Continue reading→
When the first 13-inch MacBook Pro Retina was released in Q4 of 2012, it received a mix response. It was praised for being one of the most beautiful 13-inch notebooks to date with an amazing retina display, however it was highly criticized for being way overpriced starting at $1,699 with only 128GB of storage with no dedicated graphics card. Just recently, Apple did a refresh of their notebooks and the 13-inch MacBook Pro received a slight upgrade in hardware and most surprisingly a $200 reduction in price. Is the 2013 13-inch MacBook Pro now worth it? Let’s find out!