Eton BoostTurbine Hand Crankable Battery is Apocalypse Approved

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Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."

9 Comments to Eton BoostTurbine Hand Crankable Battery is Apocalypse Approved

  1. Test results from a real review:

    “Took roughly two hours of cranking to gain 25-percent capacity.

    One hour of charging delivers 20-30 percent capacity to the phone, as tested with a Galaxy Nexus, iPhone 4S, and HTC Rezound.

    At 2000 mAh, it lacks the capacity to effectively charge laptops and
    tablets. Phones, MP3 players, and other 5V personal electronics are all
    fair game.”

  2. It’s mind blowing that there are people pretentious enough to tell you to rename your blog or change your format because they didn’t get what thought they were going to. You’ve wasted 80 precious seconds of their time, time that they can’t get back.

  3. I agree with the initial poster. If your site is called Gadget REVIEW, then it should be full of REVIEWS, not just info I can get at the main product site. Rename your site – Crap We Already Knew.

  4. Not a review. or interesting.

    It is not a review if all you do is parrot the marketing material. All of this information is already on every site in the world that actually sells the product. What we want to know is how did it work for you. Is the hand crank a gimmick or is it practical. How does this device perform in real life. I don’t think you quite grasp the point of a blog…

    • gadgetreview

      It’s not a review. Why did you think it was a review? Did you type that into Google and assume Google gives you exactly what you typed in?

      • Err… I guess the name of your website then is misleading. “Gadget Review” you kind of expect there to be reviews of gadgets on there. Bit of a fail?

        • hunterkorvis

          How presumptuous of you! Gadget Review is a blog for reposting content from stores discriptions of products. Why would you ASSUME there was going to be a review?

    • The websites that sell them also post reviews. Go complain to amazon that they’re a store and not a review site and need to change their format or name because you didn’t get exactly what you wanted once.

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