Scott Schaen

Scott resides in hipster-town Brooklyn, New York. He is a 24 year old technophile who graduated Magna Cum Laude from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Aside from his day job, he lives a very social lifestyle, commonly going out in Williamsburg or New York City. Reviewing products for Chip Chick is “a dream come true” for Scott, the young professional with a heart of a child and the curiosity of a cat.

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    Philips HTB3525B Blu-ray Surround Base All-in-one Home Theater Review

    Setting up a home theater is usually expensive and time consuming… usually. The Philips HTB3525B is a unique all-in-one that sits under your TV (literally), and delivers a supreme sound experience for the built-in 3D Blu-ray player, video streaming services, and audio streaming. The setup couldn’t be easier, just plug it into your TV and you […]

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    Intel Teams Up with 50 Cent for Biometric Headphones

    CEO 50 Cent and partial owner Carmelo Anthony were out in New York City tonight to announce SMS Audio’s brand new sports headphone line: BioSport. Sure these new headphones are water and sweat resistant, plus they’re endorsed by 7-time NBA allstar and 2-time Olympic gold medalist Carmelo Anthony, but that’s not why they teamed up […]

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    Martian Notifier Watch Review – A Wearable Done Right

    What do you really need from a Smartwatch other than real-time notifications? The new Martian notifier provides just that. It’s a classic looking timepiece with one exception: there’s a small OLED screen discreetly built into the face. This screen can display every notification that your iPhone or Android does, and with virtually no setup. You’ll […]

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    Synchros Reflect Bluetooth Sports Headphone Review

    Everything about JBL’s Synchros Reflect Headphones amount to what should be an amazing pair of headphones. They’re wireless bluetooth with a 5 hour battery. They are sweat resistant so you can give them your best at the gym. They even have a built in microphone and ControlTalk buttons so you can make and take phone […]

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    Incipio’s Dual USB Desktop Charger Review

    Incipio’s Dual USB Desktop Charger is ridiculously useful, and as simple as it gets. It’s a two-port USB charger that charges your devices as quickly as possible. The two port hub has a suction pad and a 5 foot cable that makes it great for nightstands, desks, hotels, you name it. Incipio’s Dual USB Desktop […]

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    Adidas Originals Over-Ear Headphones by Monster Review

    Who said rappers were the only ones allowed to have their own headphone lineups? Monster’s latest partnership with Adidas brings a beautiful collection of headphones to the market that sport the essence of Adidas Originals. The over-ear headphones we’ve been reviewing pairs the simplistic and fresh appearance of Adidas and rocks Monster’s signature sound. Much […]

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    JBL Clip Review: A Budget Bluetooth Speaker That Packs a Punch

    If you’re looking for an affordable bluetooth speaker, this is it: the JBL Clip. As it’s name implies, you can clip this speaker to a backpack, tree, pocket, you name it. It’s small, light, and packs a big bang. It sounds better than speakers twice it’s size and even has a microphone and integrated audio […]

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    Beats Powerbeats2 Wireless Review: Going to the Gym Never Sounded So Good

    Rock out at the gym with the new Beats by Dre Powerbeats2 Wireless Bluetooth headphones. These fresh in-ear headphones are wireless and amazing for exercising and running. They’re IPX4 water and sweat resistant, plus they have an over-ear design that guarantees a good fit no matter your workout intensity. Unlike a lot of other wireless […]

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    Monster’s SuperStar Portable Speaker is Pocket Sized Perfection: Review

    This is the speaker you want this summer. Monster nailed it with their pocket sized bluetooth speaker. The Monster SuperStar is the World’s Smallest Audiophile speaker, according to Monster. It’s capable of cranking out some serious sound for it’s size. It’s water resistant, micro-USB rechargeable with a nice sized battery, and … colors! The Monster […]

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    Belkin MIXIT Metallic Lightning Cable Review

    If you’ve owned an iOS lightning device for a while, there’s probably a couple things you’ve noticed: the cables are abnormally expensive and relatively low quality. Even Apple’s lightning cable frays and discolors. Belkin has put an end to that with their new metallic lightning cables. These cables are premium in design, neat looking, and […]

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    Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 WiFi Tablet Review

    Looking for a great tablet without breaking the bank? Of course! The new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 WiFi tablet pretty much has it all (except for a name that is not confusing). While it falls into the mid-range category, you’ll be quite surprised what this thing’s packing. High resolution ultra-vibrant display? Check. Long battery life? […]

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    Monster Meek Mill 24K is the Golden Nugget of Headphones: Review

    Monster just released some serious headphone bling! Their 24K over-ear headphones are entirely covered in fab gold sexiness. These premium headphones feature a DJ-style build, Monster’s ’24K next level sound’, giant plush cushions, and an inline ControlTalk with microphone. Plus, they’re limited edition by rapper/producer Meek Mill. Is it real gold? No. Maybe a little? […]

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    a-Jays Five In-Ear Headphones Review

    a-Jays Five are not your run of the mill in-ear headphones. Much like a luxury car or watch, Jays boasts superior engineering that will make their earbuds stand apart from the rest. Interestingly, their a-Jays Fives are built for each different OS–there’s an iOS model, Android model, and Windows model, for guaranteed compatibility. They’re only […]

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    The BlackBerry Z30 Has A Lot of Promise – Yes, We Said it: Review

    We’ll hand it to BlackBerry, the new Z30 is nice. And yes, we realize it seems like BlackBerry is a sinking ship, but there’s a lot of promise in this new smartphone and BlackBerry 10. First and foremost, it supports most Android apps, so it already has Windows phone beat. Secondly, the entire OS revolves […]

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    The Pack from Blueflame is the Perfect Commuter Backpack: Review

    There’s nothing like a small backpack for everyday use. BlueFlame’s “Pack” Technical Commute Backpack is exactly what it sounds like, a safe haven for transporting all your techie gear. This small backpack is designed to safely store a 13″ laptop, a tablet, and enough stuff for an overnight getaway. Surprisingly, this is accessory manufacturer BlueFlame’s […]

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    Lego Mindstorms EV3 Will Let Your Imagination Run Wild: Review

    Intelligent Lego robots have existed among us for years thanks to Lego Mindstorms. At long last, they’ve just released Mindstorm EV3. EV3 is everything you could imagine for 2014 robotics: motors, sensors, Bluetooth, WiFi, and more. The EV3 has unlimited capability and will appeal to users of all ages. At it’s most basic level, the […]

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    Logitech Harmony Smart Keyboard Review

    If you’ve ever needed a keyboard and/or mouse in your entertainment room, then you’ve just stumbled upon the single greatest accessory: the Logitech Harmony Smart Keyboard. This keyboard/trackpad combo is much more than meets the eye. The combo device is capable of extreme customization that will fit every single A/V need. In no time, you […]