Moto Mods Review: JBL SoundBoost, Lenovo Insta-Share Projector, and Tumi Battery

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The world’s second modular smartphone, or a pretty conventional device to start with (that can merely hook up to a range of promising, albeit expensive modular accessories)? That, our friends, is the million-dollar question… the following Moto Mods review video doesn’t aim to definitively answer.

Time will tell exactly what the Moto Z is, and, if it can pave the way for a bold new direction in an industry badly needing true innovation. For now, we simply intend to expand on previous first impressions of three intriguing Moto Mods, having spent a little quality time with them, and found they’re pretty much as sweet and convenient as advertised.

Still costly, though, at recommended retail prices of $300 (the Lenovo-made Insta-Share Projector), $80 (JBL SoundBoost speaker), and $60 to $90 for various so-called “Power Packs”, including the 2,220 mAh Tumi Battery.

As Motorola eloquently puts it on the official US Moto Mod website, “really strong magnets” are the secret and main advantage of these first-party productivity-enhancing solutions over other battery cases or audio attachments, blending into the base look of the Moto Z as if they were part of the same ensemble. But enough talk, and let’s check out the puppies in action, in our Moto Mods Review video below:

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Adrian Diaconescu
Adrian has had an insatiable passion for writing since he was in school and found himself writing philosophical essays about the meaning of life and the differences between light and dark beer. Later, he realized this was pretty much his only marketable skill, so he first created a personal blog (in Romanian) and then discovered his true calling, which is writing about all things tech (in English).