My name is Martin Guay, I reside in Ottawa, Canada. You may wonder why the name Cryovex for my Android tech blog, while interesting and unconventional, it’s quite distinctive to me. This is a brand identity that I’m working with and hopefully grow.
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The first thing that caught my attention was the sleek white look that it gave. Of course, this isn’t for my home, but more so for the office. This would look great in a modern office or condo living which gives off an urban vibe. I like to keep things affordable and cheap while getting the best quality out of a product. The KM9000 combo comes in just under $40 on Amazon Canada at $39.98. The price point is just right for this type of gear.
In a pickle? Need some power for your smartphone? How does 10K mAh sound? What is readily available is ROMOSS Ace 10 Power Bank which carries 2 Output capable of delivery 2.1A with it’s packed up 10 000 mAh. You can charge this power bank by two methods, you can either use a lightning charger or a micro USB charger. Yup, you Apple iOS driven folks can even use your standard cable to charge up this power bank, neat right? These power banks are getting more easily affordable and with higher capacity.
Sony’s focus on their smartphone is primarily the camera and the battery. The main camera offers 23 MP, f/2.0, 24mm, phase detection and laser autofocus, LED flash while the selfie camera gives you 16 MP, f/2.0, 23mm, 1/2.6″ sensor size, OIS, autofocus, LED flash, 1080p. By all accounts, I can’t seem to get bad shots with the Ultra, however, I haven’t a chance to use it in low light, very rarely do I need to take pictures in those conditions.
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