Monday 31 October 2011

Handy rechargeable USB batteries means it’s time to chuck out the chargers!’s full of flash pieces of kit ranging from top of the range laptops to the latest LED TVs.

But sometimes, it’s worth noticing that good things really do come in small packages, especially a nifty product I’ve found very useful.

The Moixa USB Cell AA Rechargeable Batteries have proven to be a bit of a godsend in our gaff since we got our hands on these little beauties.

I’m a user of wireless mice and keyboards, and whilst in many ways they are spot on, they use up a hell of a lot of batteries. Batteries of course cost money, and rechargables are to be quite frankly honest a bit of a pain in the derriere.

Up until recently I’ve been using clunky chargers that take ages to boost batteries back to anywhere near an acceptable level of juice. Sometimes you even need to leave them on overnight, and carrying them around is just extra baggage.

However, these USB batteries just make life a little easier.

The premise is simple. Just plug these batteries into any USB port, and they will charge up in about 5 hours. Pop the top back on, put them in your device and they power it up. Sorted.

They’re great when on the move as there is no need for any cables, and I can finally cast off those blasted chargers.

Using them is going to save me money as I don’t have to keep shelling out on alkaline batteries, and also it will save energy that won’t be used up using chargers. That’s also good for the environment too.

Also, there’s no need to worry about losing the tops off them as they have a little cord that is attached to the barrel of the battery.

These are mightily handy things that I’m sure will come in useful in many situations. A must buy!

Wednesday 26 October 2011

Discover the potential of MoreFrom.Me

Here's a link to

I'd like you to see my MoreFrom.Me 'in action'. This will show you what it is and more importantly what you can do with it.

I've spoken to a lot of people in these first few weeks since we launched MoreFrom.Me and not surprisingly not everyone understands how it works. Some people haven't discovered it's full potential, I believe this is because there's nothing like it out there.
  • It's not an affiliate scheme
  • It's not a reward scheme
  • It's not a shop in a box
  • It's not a white label
  • It's not a review site
It's kind of all those things rolled into one!

I've been adding reviews and recommendations (for things I've personally bought) to my MoreFrom.Me and if you take a look, you'll see how it changes the whole site.

If you decide to buy anything I've recommended or indeed anything from my site, I'll earn commission. That's what happens with all MoreFrom.Me sites.

Lot's of people have set up a MoreFrom.Me and are earning good commision. Over the next few weeks I'll be introducing some of them to you, so you can see how they make the most of this new idea.

So, take a look at my MoreFrom.Me and if you decide you'd like one yourself go to www.MoreFrom.Me, it takes less than two minutes to set one up.

PS. If you do buy anything from my MoreFrom.Me I'll donate the commission to charity or somthing - I'm only using this as an example, not a money spinner for me!

Friday 14 October 2011

How can help Schools, Charities and Clubs has launched, a service especially for charities, schools and clubs. Here’s how it can help them raise money to buy new equipment, and also boost their profile.

A gadget and technology lover like myself was always going to be attracted to something like, but there are a whole host of other people and organisations that can benefit from it.

Their new .org service for schools, colleges, charities and clubs can help them purchase new technology equipment through the commission they make on their very own stores.

In education, it’s very important for schools and colleges to keep their equipment up to date by purchasing quality, value for money goods that can help students and staff.

By creating their own stores, schools are put in charge of raising much needed funds for brand new IT equipment, efforts that promise to go much further than more traditional 'supermarket vouchers for schools' schemes.

With, schools and colleges can upload their own branding, logos, and descriptions on their own about us page. They will receive credit for everything they sell, something that will encourage parents to buy from their store rather than elsewhere, knowing their purchase will help their child’s education.

For charities, getting involved with is a great way of raising funds to buy brand new goods. But there are other benefits for a charity to have its own store.

With MoreFrom.Me continuing to grow, a personalised store is also a great platform to reach out and promote your charity, raising awareness of the good work you put in to aid your cause. is beneficial for clubs too, especially if they are regular users of technology products.

Now, I’ve mentioned photographers before, but I must say this service would be great for snap-happy camera clubs. By recommending products they have tried and tested out, they can be seen as experts in their field. Let’s face it, people are going to buy from people who know what they are talking about.

This not only means customers will return to you in future, but with the credit you’ve earned from the sales you’ve made, it’s easier for you to purchase the latest models, try them out first, and then tell your loyal shoppers whether you would recommend the products.

All in all, I think this is another example of how is moving quickly to provide something that can work on different levels. They tell me there’s even more plans in the pipeline.

For what they are, we’ll have to wait and see.