Hey, I’m Cam!

If you want a tech blog that holds back on the truth because they're afraid of getting blacklisted by big tech companies, Power Moves isn't for you.

If you want a tech blog that gets paid big bucks to promote the hottest trend (regardless of whether or not it's actually good), Power Moves isn't for you.

If you want a tech blog that doesn’t actually use the products that they write about, Power Moves isn’t for you.

But if you want reviews from a typical gadget buyer who doesn’t have to answer to anyone, I made Power Moves for you.

Hey, I’m Cam!

If you want a tech blog that holds back on the truth because they're afraid of getting blacklisted by big tech companies, Power Moves isn't for you.

If you want a tech blog that gets paid big bucks to promote the hottest trend (regardless of whether or not it's actually good), Power Moves isn't for you.

If you want a tech blog that doesn’t actually use the products that they write about, Power Moves isn’t for you.

But if you want reviews from a typical gadget buyer who doesn’t have to answer to anyone, I made Power Moves for you.

The Power Moves Promise

01

Power Moves won’t
rush to get a post live.

Why? Because sometimes technology companies release half-baked products to meet deadlines, then patch the bugs and release new features via software. I spend at least two weeks using each product on a daily basis before I sit down to write a review. After the post is live, I continue to use more than half the products in my everyday life.

02

Power Moves posts get re-
evaluated after a year has passed.

Why? Because the tech industry moves fast, and a post written in 2019 might be obsolete in 2020. If the products are still relevant one year later, they get retested and new findings are added. If they've gone the way of the Walkman, those posts get deleted from Power Moves.

03

Power Moves doesn’t accept
free products or get "test units."

Why? Because blogs that receive free products have a major conflict of interest. Even an ethical reviewer who receives a free product may subconsciously take it easy on a company's product because they fear a loss of access. I buy the devices with my money and have skin in the game.

04

Power Moves is ad-free for life.

Why? Because advertisements create a messy interface and kill great content. Instead, Power Moves posts contain "Check Price" buttons that take you to Amazon.com. When you click these links and buy something, Power Moves gets a tiny commission.

05

Power Moves only focuses
on gadget comparisons.

Why? Because blogs get watered down when they try to do too many things at once, and the internet has enough great one-off reviews and how-to tech guides. When a new Power Moves comparison post goes live, you'll know it's the best on the internet.

About Cam

I’m a 27-year-old entrepreneur. I’ve never had a real job. Instead, I’ve been crafting websites and finding ways to make money online since my early high school days (learn more).

I’m the guy who stays up until 3 a.m. to preorder the newest Apple device to get it on release day. I’ve owned every Apple product released since 2010.

I've been a gadget nerd my entire life. I’m always the first at the door to try new products.

I graduated from Keene State College with a degree in Business Management. My degree and practical business experience give me a unique understanding when evaluating tech products. I combine my business sense with a sound product understanding to paint a detailed picture of what technology companies are thinking when they release new products.

I started Power Moves, in January of 2016, as a way to brag about my tech gear and an excuse to buy more gadgets than I needed. My initial reviews were brief write-ups on individual devices, but Power Moves evolved into comprehensive gadget comparisons once I recognized that the market was hungry for them.