Funny reviews is a collection of hilarious product reviews by Amazon customers. Some are beyond genius.
The touch screen on my Nexus 4 is dying. There’s a strip right across the center, which doesn’t work anymore. The device is still alive, but it won’t last long. In fact, I’ve already borrowed an old Sony Xperia from my brother, for the day when the angels will take my phone to the Android heaven.
With that in mind, I started looking for what’s going to be my next device. I’m planning to get one closer to Christmas maybe, so not exactly in a rush. The official Google blog’s post “S’more to love across all your screens” from a couple of days ago came just in time.
The line-up covers upcoming tablets, phones, and Chromecast devices. On the smartphone front, there are two devices – 5.7 inch Nexus 6P built by Huawei, and a 5.2 inch Nexus 5X built by LG. Nexus 6P starts at $499, which I’m not yet prepared to pay for a smartphone (even though I use it heavily on a daily basis). Nexus 5X starts at $379, which is much more reasonable. Both phones feature a fingerprint scanner (finally, away with all those passwords and patterns), and a 12.3 MP camera for better pictures. Nexus 6P comes in an aluminum body, which sounds nice.
Nexus 5X seems like an excellent option for me. Of course, I’ll have to wait and see when it gets released, real-priced, and reviewed.
NISE Nexcom Series – a good selection of embedded servers and mini-PCs for home and small office needs. These things don’t require a lot of power or a dedicated cooling system, and have native support for Linux.
TeeSpring – the 100% free way to sell high-quality t-shirts.
Fiverr is introducing a new, redesigned website, which is now at version 3. It’s slicker and simpler. There are more categories and subcategories. And overall it seems more focused. I think Fiverr spent some time thinking over the direction they want to go, and they figured it out:
Since our founding, Fiverr aims to make buying a service as easy as buying a product on Amazon. Our goal is to provide an “e-commerce experience” that empowers our creative community to package their skills as products, enabling the buying and selling of services in just a few clicks, while eliminating unnecessary sales friction. We call this concept SaaP (Services-as-a-Product).
I like this new look. Much more than the old one. And I’ve tried to stay away from the old one, because Fiverr is addictive. Once you buy something, all you want to do is keep buying. This the 21st century shopping mall. I don’t just want products. I want products built specifically for me. And I want them cheap. And that’s Fiverr for you.
Sh*t You Can Afford – Best products on Amazon for under $20
The greatest idea ever for the affiliate business.
After what must have been the fastest delivery in the history of online shopping, my brand new shiny Google Nexus 10 has arrived. It’s black in color, packing 32 gigs of storage, very fast, and with a beautiful screen.
The wait is finally over.
So far I have only managed to update it to the Android 4.4.2, install and configure all the apps I use, download and watch an episode of the Vikings, and login to every single social network. It is too early to say much yet, but so far I’m loving it. Colors, performance and the battery life seem to be perfect.
I got tired of waiting for Google to release the second generation of Nexus 10. At the same time, I am still scared of all the available choices from other vendors. Today I ran out of patience and ordered the tablet. With keyboard. And a case. And also a couple of games – Call of Duty “Ghosts” and Grand Theft Auto V, which were on the pending list for the next Amazon order.
Clearly, waiting is not my game… I’ll let you know what I think of these once they arrive and I play with them for a bit.