The Most Shocking Mystery Tech Yet

– Hey guys, this is Austin,
and today on Mystery Tech, something from the Telly Awards? Yo, okay, okay okay. This… The Telly Award 2018 “Is The
iPhone X Worth It [4K HDR].” What did you do? – I sent an email, I said
hey, we made a thing, and then they were
basically like, good job! – So, we won an actual award
for the iPhone X video? – Yeah, we got a bronze award which means we did pretty okay. – [Austin] So, for those of you guys who did not watch the
iPhone X is it worth it, that is a giant production
we did last year when the iPhone came out
where we rented an Airbnb. We shot the entire thing on amazing glass, all mastered in HDR. Wes and Ken put a lot of work
into making that look nice and now, there’s a super
shiny award to show it off. The UlePhone Power 5. Whoa! 13,000mAh battery? Thirteen thousand? Wait, what’s this? Umidigi Z2. Oh, we got a double cheap smart phone. Well, I’m assuming this is cheap, right? What? (Laughing) Do you see how thick that is? Okay, for reference. This is an iPhone. And this is the Power 5. It actually, not gonna lie, kind of doesn’t look terrible. This is going to be
the heaviest phone I’ve ever tried. I mean you’ve got a USBC port, although no head phone jack? On a phone that’s this thick? Okay. I mean we’ve got a 21 pixel sensor and honestly, it’s actually not that bad. It’s a touch soft but
I mean that’s not bad at all. I’m kind of torn with this one because on one hand you’re getting a phone that is legitimately different. It’s so heavy. It’s so thick. It’s got such a giant battery. But on the other, does anyone want a phone that’s this big? On the other end of the
spectrum, we have the Umidigi 2. Yo, whoa! Okay. Well that’s definitely a look on the back. Hold on a second. Wow. That’s actually super cool. I don’t know if you
could see that on camera but it totally changes color based on how you sort of adjust it. I can’t even imagine two phones being more different. This is super small,
sleek. It’s got that cool color changing back. This is the giant brick
that you use to ask people for money.
Threaten people for money. You threaten people for
money, that’s right? So wait, they’re both about $250? Aw man. Okay, you know what? Executive decision. I’m going to spend some time with these. Stay tuned. Next item, please. Letters? Oh wow. These are actual– I don’t want to show them ’cause they have people’s addresses on
them but these are actual real letters. Oh, this one’s from Hong Kong. Building the ultimate Xbox 1x. Whoa! A letter straight from Hong Kong giving me instructions on my next video? Alright. I like this. There’s no name, there’s no anything. It’s just an Amazon
parts list with all the things I need to build
the ultimate Xbox 1x. We actually should
legitimately see if we can do the Xbox 1x based on this. Digital Projector. The Ape Man. Mmmm. Not sure I like that name. As far as a projector
goes, it’s hard to imagine something being that
much smaller than this. Oh yeah, so it looks like it’s going to be fully portable. At least based on first
glance, it does look kind of bright. I mean, that’s not bad.
Although if we move it out here, maybe not quite so much. Let’s not project on my
hand. Let’s find something a little bit better. I mean, for video it’s
not too bad as I watch a Slack ad. Alright. You’re gonna want to
use this in a very dim environment. And probably the smaller the screen the better. But, especially considering
it’s going to be fully portable it’s not that bad. It’s just kind of, well,
small as you expect. Alright, this looks very suspicious. The Drowse Buster? The Drowse Buster? What? Drowse Buster is a
gadget that can be easily attached to your ear lobes and provide a comfortable massaging
effect through a combination of traditional Chinese
medicine and modern smart technology to eliminate
your drowsiness and prevent you from falling asleep. (Laughing) Wait, wait, wait. Wait, wait, wait. It attached to your ear
lobes and keeps you from falling asleep? I feel this is gonna be in
the thumbnail, my friends. So, we just pull it out like this. Oh wow, that’s it. This is what attaches to your ear. Is this going to shock me? Wait, how does this
work? Hold on, hold on. I’m reading some more instructions. I’ve been burned by this
once too many times. Whoa! Whoa! It’s like little electrical
like shocks to my ear. (Vocalizing discomfort) It’s like…It feels
almost like a vibration. But it’s like shocking
me. I can tell, the hair on the top of my ear is standing up. It’s not like…(grunts) Okay, it actually hurts a little bit. (Laughing) Man, why does everything
always having to be shocking me? I mean, you’re not going
to fall asleep with that on your ear. You’re definitely not
going to fall asleep. I kind of want to try it again though. So, gonna hit the button. Oh, I could change the power. Oh no. AH! That’s a lot of power, okay. Shouldn’t have done that. Ah!

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