Did you know it’s easy for hackers to steal your email, bank account, credit card, and personal information at WiFi hotspots, especially in airports, straight from your phone WiFi? It was reported in San Diego a few weeks back that it’s happened again. Why does this happen and how can you avoid it? Is there a way to defend yourself and your data? Watch the video and find out.
Here’s a link to the NordVPN license on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2WO2E1g
Here are the least cybersecure airports in America, according to the report:
San Diego International Airport, San Diego, CA (Score: 10)
John Wayne Airport-Orange County Airport, Santa Ana, CA (Score: 8.7)
William P Hobby Airport, Houston, TX (Score: 7.5)
Southwest Florida International Airport, Fort Myers, FL (Score: 7.1)
Newark Liberty International Airport, Newark, NJ (Score: 7.1)
Dallas Love Field, Dallas, TX (Score: 6.8)
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix, AZ (Score: 6.5)
Charlotte Douglas International Airport, Charlotte, NC (Score: 6.4)
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, Detroit, MI (Score: 6.4)
General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport, Boston, MA (Score: 6.4)
Powerex Maha MH-C801D Review
Aaron uses AA and AAA batteries a lot for his wireless microphones, camera flashes, flashlights, and field charging his equipment. Aaron tried several chargers before he found one that works quite well – the Powerex Maha MH-C801D charger. It charges 8 individual batteries. No pairs needed. It has several other modes like refresh and soft charge. When you need to charge lots of AA and AAA batteries, this might be a winner for you.
Link to the Powerex Maha MH-C801D on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2LvcYXs
Link to the AA Eneloop batteries on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2QADWOH
Link to the Sennheiser Wireless Mic kit on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2vMmx9P
Link to the Powerex MH-C801D manual: https://www.mahaenergy.com/mh-c801d/
APC External Battery Pack BR24BPG Review
The BR24BPG battery pack extended the runtime of my computer, cable modem, router, etc. from 60 minutes to 265 minutes. It’s totally worth the cost.
The BR1500 model of the APC battery backup units is the best. BX and BM don’t have the extender. They’re good but they don’t accept the extension pack like the BR1500G does. Get the BR unit from APC directly. The replacement batteries aren’t too expensive for what they give you, too.
This video also shows you how to open the BR24BPG case so you can replace its batteries.
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Get replacement batteries for the BP24BPG at Amazon here: https://amzn.to/2HZLTrI
Get the APC BR1500G APC UPS at APC’s website here: https://www.apc.com/shop/us/en/products/APC-Power-Saving-Back-UPS-Pro-1500/P-BR1500G
Get replacement batteries for the BR24BPG, BX1500M, BR1500G, etc at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2ImuIzz
APC UPS BE650G1 Review
This is an unboxing and live use of the APC UPS BE650G1 battery backup for computers, PCs, iMacs, Macs, and just about any other electronics that you want to be protected. A battery backup will keep your computer or electronics going even when the power goes out so you can shut them down safely. Aaron talks about the bonus feature of a replaceable battery and does a LIVE test of unplugging the wall power to show that the unit does in fact work.
Get this APC UPS on Amazon here: https://amzn.to/2XtFrhW
Get the replacement battery for the BE650G1 on Amazon here: https://amzn.to/2WVGbj0