I bought the CHEAPEST Tech in the World 🌍

čas přidán 27. 09. 2023
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  • Starting from Next video, we're going to be filming using a completely new camera! Can't wait for you to experience it! For more HUGE unboxings like this: cs-tv.org/tv/video-syB1ezRvKpU.html

  • Bank: What’s your birthday? MrWhoseTheBoss: Every day

  • Arun: “I bought the cheapest tech” Also Arun: Buys $680 speaker

    • buys 500 dollar massage gun

    • i actually forgot what the video was about lol. how is this cheapest tech, Arun lol

    • @Alexis TwoLastNames for the coolest shit that's cheap

    • 750 for a theragon

    • @Roblox Gabe! ngl, all the massage products seem sus

  • Man, I just love this guy's channel. He's the only CS-tvr whose tech videos won't ever be boring whether he's unboxing a bottle of water or a Tesla car. Always with smile, always with joy. Just keep it up dude!

    • he puts his sponsors at the end too which is great since u dont need to skip them

    • Yeah.

    • @arthur yeah, respect 500

    • Your so right

    • Also... No ego...!!

  • Such a minute detail but the way that you like INSTANTLY educated yourself on the mouthstick was honestly heartwarming. I personally never heard/knew they existed and I'm sure a whoooole lot of people are in the same boat so kudos to you for not banking on that. Would've been so easy to sensationalize it and make it like some crazy wacky and "lazy" tool as a lot of disability focused products are. It shows a lot of character on your end. Just wanted to say it doesn't go unnoticed!

  • Ahhhhh idk why but this dude is genuinely so trustworthy and wholesome. So new to this content and I think the internet has done this dude a disservice by not showing him before. Tbh I found this channel while researching pedestal fan reviews. Haven't seen him review a pedestal fan yet but I'm still very pleased.

    • Honestly he is the only tech reviewer I trust. He just seems so genuine and wholesome lol.

  • I got that pen mouse and it's perfect for laptops on vacations. I watched CS-tv videos while lounging and using my arm as the surface for the mouse and it worked wonderfully. Plus, there's buttons on both sides that function as the right click making it usable for left-handed people as well. The base is a bit cheap though.

  • I can imagine delivering all these packages to Arun’s house like: here we go again lmao

    • Bruh lmao 😂😂😂😂

  • I like how he’s peacefully exposing the cheap company’s

    • Spam comment

    • It's not

    • But it's companies not company's

    • @3NDL322 I'll tell you why its a spam comment, the word *CHEAPEST* in the video title is ironic, because he is buying a mix of cheap and expensive products, but the point of the video is to get *_exotic_* products. Anyone who actually watched the video would not comment about exposing cheap product-selling companies.

    • @Simon T but he literally exposed the cheap products

  • we had those exact magnifying glasses at my old job. i used to list car parts on ebay and some of the part numbers were very small / worn out so having those really helped. it was weird seeing the same box and everything lol memories came flooding back

  • this guy gives me life, honestly haha love his reviews, really grown to trust this man's judgement an honesty, great sense of humour to

    • We have the same opinion

    • @Geeser bro the user makes it less im a fan than it makes it im a insane person or im French

    • @Fries And Waffles ?

  • I like this because it’s not just another ‘trash from wish’ video but actually has some interesting things, and that stylus, props to the creator for their innovation.

  • You know 😂 those magnetic balls being literally microscopic size is the most “Wish” thing I’ve ever seen lmao. That is very fitting! They show it in photos as if the magnetic balls are the same size as the ones you could buy as toys a long time ago, you could actually make things with. Then instead they send you magnetic bb pellets 🤷‍♂️

  • For the past hour I’ve been binging your videos, not cause I’m a tech enthusiast but the quality, editing, storyline of your videos are so well thought of, that watching these feels like a premium experience.

    • This. This right here. 👆

    • Ahhh me too!

    • I agree with @Jupiter. And, it certainly doesn’t hurt viewership that our host is a sharp looking dude. And, we Amuricans love hearing English expressed more properly, so thanks for that!

    • Agreed

    • I kinda became a tech crtic because of arun, he literally always makes me happier and even more interested in tech it is, amazing 😃

  • Sumsang look like they are getting a lot more competitive on the market. Can’t wait to see what they do next.

  • This video is so well written and I love how he's having so much fun through it all

  • I have to thank Arun for everything he does to not just expose the bad but also the very good he uses his own money to advise us on what wouldn’t be ideal for us to buy

  • Aaron's humor is what I would regard as warm or lukewarm at best but sometimes the weirdest small jokes just slay me... Like in this video around the 10:30-ish mark, he says "it's welcoming me, very friendly." it just killed me 😂

  • Also, the ball mouse has been around for a very, very long time. I had an old logitech one from the early 90's with the red ball. It's literally the same mechanism from the old-school trackball mice, just inverted, enlarged, and made with rubberized rollers instead of using a rubberized ball. They're still plenty neat, though, and there's a small but vocal group of people who swear by them as the utmost in ergonomics. I'm not sure I agree with them, but it's always fun to see that this product has persisted.

    • It's mostly used by 3d engineers bcs it's easier to use in a 3d environment

    • @Antonin Guillement there are better control systems for 3D modeling if you really wanted the best. There was one that was a puck that had a bunch of buttons on it and the puck had multi-directional tilt as well as both push and pull actuation to allow you to move laterally and vertically within the 3D space. It could also be rotated to allow the space to be rotated. It was very cool, but also very niche. Check them out sometime, the brand is 3DConnexion and the product line is the Space Mouse.

    • @Mndless i see... Thx for telling me

  • His editor deserves a raise. 🤩 And also, massive respect for placing the sponsorship ad at the end, and I watched through it just for that. I usually skip the ad part when other youtubers place it in the middle of the video.

  • on the topic of microscopic earphones, I remember from when I was in college about 10 years ago, and a friend of mine bought this device made for, well, cheating on exams! it was a small round magnet, less than a cm wide, which you could insert into your ear using another piece of metal on the outside of your ear. Somehow it was connected to her phone, and when she would call me, I could tell her the right answers. Our ridiculous operation ultimately failed, as the exam room was too loud and she couldn't hear anything I was saying!

    • that's a huge bummer like i would love to try this with my friend so we can work together on the exam lmfao.

    • @Katharsis I've seen this in broad use in my time in uni, worked maybe not as reliably as you'd want, but was good enough

    • lol when I was in school we had a french and spanish exam (I took both) where we would write one copy of a letter in our free time, then write it again but in exam conditions. I had an mp3 player that I recorded myself saying each word/letter very slowly, then I ran a standard earphone jack from my pocket up my back and wrapped into my headband (I used it to keep the dreadlocks outta my face, but it also covered my ears) then into my ear lmao Another time for a different exam I took a specific dictionary, got the answers, wrote it all down on random pages then returned the dictionary to the pile. I honestly was better at cheating than learning

  • So many items you tried today I have been wanting to buy but put off because I was worried it would be a waste of money. I am so grateful you checked these items out! Thankyou 😊

  • We can all agree that they never disappoint us with their content, right?

  • The Orbit mouse isn't a new design, they used them in offices in the nineties. Of a similar design, around the mid 90s, my older brother got a work laptop which had a rollerball which faced you and you'd roll it around with your thumb. It was basically a ball bearing, and worked like the ball on a Blackberry 9000 (or the ball in old school mice, I have my first mouse packed away somewhere which was one).

  • The Orbit trackball mouse isn't a reinvention of a conventional mouse. The conventional mouse was spawned from trackballs. They are the OG pointer devices, then someone thought of sticking the ball to the bottom and moving the entire device, then someone else replaced the ball with light sensors.

    • i remember these. you could take out the ball to prank your mom, and the mouse wouldnt work anymore. good old times.

    • @longdong mc.johnson and you had to take them out once a day to remove all hair and dust that stuck to them for the mouse to even work properly...

  • Arun: “Today we will be buying the cheapest stuff on the internet” Also Arun: $750 for a cheap product, why not.

  • I love how Arun has never seen a trackball mouse. Probably because they haven’t been popular for years. I’m pretty happy with my Logitech MX Vertical though so no trackball for me, gotta deal with that wonderful carpal tunnel…

    • Trackballs existed waaaaaay before mice, think he's too young :D

    • Yep. I run a trackball on the left side of the keyboard set for a lefty. I'm right-handed, so this leaves my right hand free to make notes or add in a small tablet for graphics, etc.

    • @Tyler Barnes Boats sounds like a great place to use one! I’ve also seen portable weather stations use them, since they’ll be driving on the road and don’t want a mouse flying around the trailer.

    • Lol so true !

    • I use the same exact one in the office!!! Love it!

  • The orbit mouse brings back memories of when my dad broke his back - this was the only mouse he could use to work for months as only needed to move a finger, nothing that hurt his back. Super cool tech!

  • this is probably the only tech channel i will never get bored of, arun has a certain way of making videos engaging, he is the mrbeast of tech videos

    • yeah Marques is okay but I think mrwhosetheboss is better. but I'm biased because I mostly keep up with smartphones

  • Back in the days of mechanical mice a trackball was the alternative when you, for example, didn't have the place to move around a mouse. Working on them can be quite nice, depending on what you do. Of course they come with that one feature nobody misses about mechanical mice: The rolls inside will get caked with dirt over time and you have to clean them.

    • I hadn't thought about mouse scum in years. What a crazy era of flying cars, free energy and perpetual motion we live in, eh?

    • @Commander Kruge I remember Vyvyan Basterd's advice for fixing the telly: First you shout at it "Work you bastard!" and if it doesn't comply start sawing it's legs off one by one while continuously shouting at it "WORK YOU BASTARD". I'd make some dumb remark about how the youth of today wouldn't know what that meant, but we'd be fooling nobody. Gen Z is pretty switched on, they'd be able to extrapolate from that that our TVs were once encased in wood and had wooden legs. But also.. weirdly... wood panel is now considered an "aesthetic" option for some high end products, so it wouldn't be as much of an outrageous thought for them as it is curious memory for us. It's been long enough that it looks weird in retrospect. Fuckin Fred Flinstone running in with his stone car type shite. Anyway, when we in the not distant future open a catalogue and find a wooden framed 8k TV on wee wooden feet, we'll know we've come another full circle one of those magical cycles of life. Or some such bullshit.

    • @Commander Kruge As far as the PC stuff is concerned, I was so fucking intimidated when, after 10+ years away from it all, I was planning to buy a new PC and I thought I'd better learn all this new tech available..all these new things they have, fancy shit, I don't know what all this i- oh.. what, you mean they just have solid state drives and they put little LED lights on everyfuckingthing now? Well I guess I'm back up to date with modern tech.

    • @Commander Kruge The other day I was feeling sorry for myself looking at Amiga mouses and thinking.. I just used a joystick for all those years? I don't think I even knew mouses existed back then. There were 'pointing devices" and certainly trackballs, even those rudimentary pointer tablet things, but that was ll expensive stuff. I just had my keyboard and joystick until the day I first saw a top of teh fucking line state of teh fucking art cream of the fucking crop... 386 running 3.1

  • Arun:- "cheap gadgets" Also him:- "buys a 500 pound speaker"

    • And a $750 massage gun

    • What do you mean by pounds?

    • @Jason Blomquist you are from USA?

    • @Jason BlomquistEngland currency is called pounds

    • @Jason BlomquistAmerican moment

  • Arun : How are these guys still in business? Meanwhile Arun buys about 20 devices from wish.

  • I love how you explain the trackball like it was new tech that was recently created. It was also a reminder that I am now an old fart. Those trackballs were everywhere in the early 90's, and was the must have defacto gear for graphic artists.

  • Very fun! I had a theragun on loan for a while. Its literally amazing! Was nice to compare it to my cheap amazon "massage gun". I can definitely see why it cost what it does. I'm a circus person and travel with mine all the time. The amount of muggles who are like, I need one, is unreal! And that vertical mouse looks amazing!

  • The track ball mouse is often used by music producers and composers to manage their software. It can be a lot easier to control DAW software with them. It’s very common in studio settings.

  • This man buys expensive stuff reviews them for our entertainment and still manages to rick roll us 🤣😭

  • Aaron always finds a way to Rick Roll us

  • Arun never fails to surprise me, he can fit a rickroll just about anywhere in a video

    • 👍🏻

    • If there isn't a rickroll in his video, there is a imposter among us!

  • I have had one of those trackballs for a machine in a spot with very limited space for a good while and I like it because it is one of the only ambidextrous options that also has a scroll wheel.

  • The magnification goggles are often used in the electronic industry to inspect soldering and sometimes even worn while soldering very small components

    • Pretty much any fine detail work. If I didn't already have glasses and not sure how well they would work for me. Fine scale model building as well as painting miniatures. Reading the fine print on doctor bills also sounds legit.

  • From all these videos I can say that wish is pretty good and there's some things which are worth the wait for the price

  • Este es un gran video. Aprendo mucho viendo tus videos y me es útil. Invertir dinero es bastante difícil para mí, pero todo gracias a Mia Frank, ella me ayudó mucho.

  • 5:55:05 Let’s just take a minute to congratulate how much hours and effort she put into the vids? It's fabulous, and I consider they deserve a lot more than that. 😊

  • Mouthstick stylus: designed for people with no hands HIm: Holds the phone with his hands

    • brooo out of pocket

    • Oh shit 😂😂😂

    • He has hands

    • @Nylotic r/wooosh

    • @YESTHATSME dang dude, I havent heard that in years

  • Trackballs have been a niche product since the 90s. It has several advantages over a regular mouse (less wrist movement and way more precise). It's way slower though, and more finicky over large distances.

  • We used to use Trackballs like 20 years ago, if not more. They've been around more or less since computers used balls in their mouse. It used to be rather common in offices around here and with just a little bit of practice it's almost as good as a normal mouse for officework and a lot kinder on the wrists.

  • I've been bingeing your videos, because I'm trying to go into the tech industry

  • He never fails to rick roll us. Ever

  • Arun logs into wish. Wish : Finally, our most valued customer.

  • Arun: I bought the CHEAPEST Tech in the World 🌍 Also Arun: Proceeds to buy a $680 speaker Also this is so funny😂: 21:56

    • Girls use this for some other works😅

    • @Inertia of Fun unnecessary.

    • @Acer sorry 😐😥

    • @Inertia of Fun no harm done lol

  • Not sure if anyone has commented before, but trackball mice have been around for 2 or 3 decades. I had one way back during the Win98se days...with the mechanical ball. Not the optical style now. They are great for non-gaming purposes...unless you go WAY back to the old Atari arcade days and you could play games like Centipede/Millipede, and Missile Command. That mouse on the side looks very intriguing though.

  • i had an orbital mouse when i was in university and it was actually really handy, you can use it no matter where you are, i used to sit on the couch with my laptop on my knees and the mouse on the couch since it doesn't need to move, you also don't need all the space to move your arm around like you do with a normal mouse :)

  • lol I love how alien and weird you find the trackball mouse, I've been using trackballs exclusively since the late 90s (especially for gaming). Granted, I've never gone for the ones with the ball in the center, it's much better on the thumb, but still. Trackball mice are where it's at.

  • Great tech, great price and very interesting loved it

  • You can really notice how high quality his videos are, I mean the amount of effort to make these videos next level is amazing

  • That was actually pretty good quality. I ordered the same items to see for myself: worth it.

    • thats such a bad lie lmao no one except youtubers would do such a thing

    • Lmao if you actually ordered the items show us a video of them

    • @Youth bro wtf why would he make a whole video just to prove to two poptarts that he bought something that isn’t even unrealistic or expansive…

  • arun, i’ve just discovered you yesterday and ive just- im not doing anything else then watching your videos and ive really never been interested to watch review videos, until now.

  • The orbital mouse is actually a great concept because what if you have no space to move a real mouse everywhere

  • The thing I like about the single earbuds that he is shown is the fact that it would be perfect for me since I can only hear out of one ear.

    • Damn, i wish i could help you, but im just a kid with weird dreams

  • I bet this guy has the best garage sales on the planet

  • That trackball is top 3 in the world. The other being it's bigger cousin (orbit expert) and the discontinued logitech asymmetrical trackman marble. 9/10, I've been using mine for over 6 years.

  • Lol I actually bought that engraved phone charging gun holder stand thing for my husband for Christmas last year. He keeps his gun on it on his desk every day and loves it 😆

  • From iconic to chronic. And that 2nd mouse with the tracker ball on top - they've basically just turned a mouse upside down. I think nowadays you get the best sounding/value speakers with a soundbar. I spent £1000 on a Samsung soundbar with rear speakers and it's better than any stereo I've ever had.

  • You're the first youtuber who is reviewing stuff who doesn't have his hands waving around and saying Wowwiee, but at the same time, you're engaging. You found the perfect sweet spot. Easy subscription.

  • Arun: "We're going cheap today and we are buying the cheapest products on the internet" 5 minutes later... Arun: proceeds to buy a $600+ speaker and a $50 headphone

  • You are the reason I’m into tech more, thank you!

    • @❤️ Я НЕ ХУЖЕ ЭДИСОНА 👈 no

    • The boys man

    • First

  • It's funny how if you're just a decade older than Arun, you really wonder why he's so amazed by the trackball, something lots of people had in the 80s and 90s. Why am I feeling ancient now lol

  • Just discovered your site, loving it, knowledgeable entertaining presentation with a great sense of humour and fun.

  • Orbit mouse thingie is not going back to the board and rethinking, but literally going back to the mid 90's and reanimating a failed idea. Logitech famously had a slew of models available troughout whole 90s.

  • I have those finger lights lol. It's SUPER useful in IT. Especially when it comes to stuffing carts full of computers.

  • Fun fact. I have been using the Kensington trackball for well over 2 yrs and it's actually really nice.

  • His camera quality is even more realistic than real life wow

  • Love that he had never heard of a track ball mouse before! They've been around for years! Love the videos.

  • This is just an excuse for him to spend loads of money on ridiculous things that you didn't even know that you wanted. I love it.

  • Your show really makes me laugh. Thanks so much!

  • I have actually used one of those weirdly shaped mice i can say that they are a bit better for the hand for long sessions of using them but are a bit annoying to get used to (the vertical mouse)

  • Keep up the good work❤

  • Arun: Sumsang, my favourite company PassionFruit: “Why must u hurt me in this way “

    • Do I find you here, you old er!🎏🎎🎍🎋🎊🎉🎈

    • Then just as he was going to 🛒00000000000000000000

    • and do not run off the path☠️💀👺👹👿😈☻

    • I must act craftily, so as to catch both.🌽🥕🥔🍆🥑🥝🥥

  • The microscopic earphone is the only time people get disappointed about something being bigger than expected.

  • I used an orbit mouse in 1997. It was a used one. The generic name is trackball mouse. Great to see it rediscovered. Quite some people enjoy them. A very large version is available for people who for example have a motor disability to grasp or severe tremors, enabling them to use a computer.

  • The orbit mouses were already used in cnc milling machines around 20 years ago for example

  • I am surprised that all the products both arrived and worked. Some of them were good, some were useless, but they all worked. Like with the drum pad. You touch part of the pad to make a different sound.... and why couldn't you do the same thing by pressing a key on the keyboard that you already have? I expected buying electronics from wish to end with an electric fire. Any yes, I have had to use a fire extinguisher to put out an electric fire from a Chinese made power strip. Overall, I'm impressed.

  • The glow in the dark tape works best with a UV blacklight. That gives the best result

  • He manages to come up with a smarter Rick roll every time 😂

  • I really enjoyed this video so much! Great idea and well done! 🙂 17:30 well, such trackballs have been around since the 90's... so I am a bit surprised that you did not know it. 😅

  • when i was around 4 years old i used my grandma's computer. my grandma had lupus which led to a whole lot of other problems. the mouse she had was a trackball mouse and i remember how much fun i would have using it as opposed to a regular mouse. well over a decade later, seeing one again on camera brought back a lot of good childhood memories

  • I thought this was supposed to be “cheapest products “ yet ended up being the weirdest products in the world 🌎🤣🤣🤣

  • @Mrwhosestheboss I love your content and I can tell that you put lots of money and effort into your videos, and I tend to watch your videos everyday after school and it just makes the rest of my afternoon much more enjoyable.

  • Hey Arun, just because I love your videos, I have watched Samsung Fold/Flip advert for 7-8 times without option of skipping them. I had an option of either watch them, or leave the video. I chose former because your content is fun. Hope Samsung pays you for displaying adverts as many times.

  • How can you not be familiar with trackballs!!? I've been using one for 20 years for graphics and animation. If that mouse wowed you, check out the Kensington Expert trackball. With the wrist rest, the thing is probably the size of the giant mouse you had and the trackball is almost the size of a fist!

  • I really love how he keeps his content interesting and keeps it funny too!

  • I used to have that Kensington trackball. I got it for a PC at my old job. Best mouse out there, though you can’t go wrong with the Logitech iteration. The only thing I like more is the Magic Trackpad.

  • He always finds a way to rick roll us

  • I love that you actually appear a little disappointed by your failure to enter the rug portal. 😂

  • I've bought a few of those pen mouses, and I'm so used to them that I hate using a regular mouse anymore. I think they are great.

  • I like when he always Rick roll us in all of his videos

  • Arun: let's start with the cheapest stuff Also arun: $38 for the starting item

  • this shopping videos are so cute🥰😍. thank you for satisfying my needs so I can easily save my money instead😆

  • the sticky ball mouse is used on boats and ships because it wont slide of the table. one of those was on my dads trawler over 20 years ago

  • I could watch your videos all day, they never get old