Built into the Omni 20 is a pair of standard USB ports, a standard wall socket AC, and a DC out port. You also have pass-through charging, so when you’re charging the Omni 20 itself, you can recharge your devices at the same time.
With over 20,400 mAh of power inside, cell phones can be charged up to nine times and smaller digital cameras up to eight. Charging times and frequency will depend on the devices needing the power.
The Li-ion battery measures 5-by-4.8-by-1.1-inches and weighs 1.4-pounds and has a lifecycle of 500 charges.
Turning it on is as easy as hitting a power button and an Oled screen has displays and setting controls, including auto shutoff, battery remaining capacity, battery temperature, charge time remaining and other options.
It just so happens I was listening to satellite radio with new Beem United fitness BeActiv E300 wireless earbuds while I was using my above-mentioned review using my blender outside. And I know, yes my job is horrible some days.
The neckband headset is built with Bluetooth 4.1 and has a nice 6-hour battery life, which only takes 1.5-hours to charge.
Magnetic tips are built into the earbuds to connect them so they stay in place when not in use (I love that feature). I’ve turned into a fan of neckband headphones for daily use, travel and active lifestyle for bike rides as well as yard work.
As for the sound, inside is a 10.66 mm dynamic speaker driver, which produces a clear, and nice amount of bass. The BeActiv E300 sound can be enhanced with its internal 5-band fully configurable EQ presets, which increased the bass greatly for those who want that experience.
The ergonomic ear tips attach to the lightweight flex-form neckband and wear with comfort so you won’t even know they are on, if not for the sound. Inline controls and a built-in microphone are there for controlling iOS and Android devices.
The price-friendly headset is available in bright color choices of metallic blue, camo, and cool white. Four sets of ear tips, in varying sizes, are included along with a carrying case.
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