Showing posts from November, 2018

The Best Ultralight Tents and Shelters of 2018

Hoping to help your pack weight during the current year's exploring trips? We've raked through 50 models of sub-two-pound tents and chose the best 16, contrasting them head-with head amid long climbs, and high nation drifts through the High Sierra, Utah Canyon Country, the Colorado Rockies, and the Himalayas. We put each tent and covering through a thorough assessment, surveying each model by means of an assortment of measurements. Also, we've featured the tents that sparkle in a specific metric, so you'll know which tent is best for your sort of experience, be it walking long miles through the desert or bright spring ski visits. Go more distant quicker and rest all the more serenely with a ultralight tent. In case you're hoping to overhaul your unit or somebody you cherish is headed for PCT magnificence one year from now, read on so you can shop like a specialist.

With winter climate in transit, you'll require a tent that can shed snow and be set up in differe…

Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro review

This year we've seen a bunch of cool phones that are easy on the wallet and the latest is the Redmi Note 6 Pro, we actually saw its predecessor just a few months ago, but this newer version comes with an edge-to-edge screen and a dual selfie cam. This is our Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 pro review.

The Redmi Note 6 pro has mostly the same looks as the Redmi note 5, but the larger notch screen makes a big difference, the back is made of metal surrounded by plastic, the plastic frame is quite thin, but it still contributes some grip it makes the phone easier to handle as you're handling this phone just keep in mind that it isn't waterproof which is no surprise at this price point.

The Redmi note 6 pro's biggest change is its tall screen with a cut-out, it's quite the improvement over the Redmi note 5’s display, the bezels in the chin are smaller resulting in a much higher screen to body ratio. The screen is a 6.3 inch IPS LCD with a 1080p resolution and a pixel density of 403…