I have to admit, this thing sounds good
I have no use for such product at this time, but I will keep it mind for the future. No telling when it may come in handy in building a multi-national company environment.
Conference calls are an inevitable part of corporate life. But how do you reconcile that with life on the road, away from your pricey Polycom system? Devices like Anker's PowerConf portable speakerphone may help. Anker is somewhat of an interesting duck. It is perhaps best known for its cables and portable batteries, which …
How big is a hockey puck? I'll accept square linguine as an alternative to nanoWales (or are we talking volume, in which case it's presumably somewhere between chicken egg and grapefruit?), but either way it would be nice to have measurements in a form that doesn't rely on an obscure sport largely absent from this country.
"The number of people playing hockey in England amounted to 142,600 monthly participants in 2016. The share of children playing hockey has decreased from 17.7 percent of 11 to 15-year-olds in 2013 to 13.8 percent in 2016."
For comparison, around 12% of secondary students play cricket, so that doesn't sound like an obscure or largely absent sport to me, unless by 'absent' you mean absent from TV and radio. Plus, the GB team won gold in the 2016 Olympics.
I bought one of their USB charging cables a couple of years ago after people from Reddit were gushing about them. Am very happy with it. I have no use whatsoever for this particular product; but I probably would buy stuff with their brand on it over something else. They do seem (so far, as far as I know) to try for quality and that should be encouraged with money...it's a seemingly rare phenomenon these days.
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