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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    Wowwee RoboMe Robot is a Wall-E Wannabe: Review

    It’s 2013, where’s all the robots? Wowwee’s RoboMe is a customizable robot for the kids, it can drive around the house and harness unlimited usability from an iPhone or iPod Touch. He stands just over a foot tall and rolls on 3 wheels. RoboMe has a loud personality and is full of sensors, games, and […]

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    Monster iSport Freedom Bluetooth Headphones Are a Monster at the Gym: Review

    Finding the right headphones for the gym seems impossible. The Monster iSport Freedoms might just be the perfect sports headphones. Freedoms are on-ear Bluetooth headphones, there’s no cable to get in your way and you don’t have to worry about earbuds falling out of your ear. There’s a seriously impressive battery life complimented by some […]

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    ElementCase Solace iPhone 5S Case Review

    ElementCase is at it again, and this time they took a different approach to wrapping iPhone in safety and luxury. Traditionally, ElementCase sells aircraft-grade aluminum bumper cases that just covers iPhone’s frame, but the new Solace case is a full case that morphs your iPhone 5/5S into a brand new device altogether. It’s a beautiful […]

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    Marley Liberate On-Ear Headphone Review

    We’re jammin’ mon, to the new Marley Liberate On-Ear headphones. These unique looking headphones are crafted from earth-friendly materials and wrapped in one of three fabrics made from a number of recycled and reclaimed products. The eco aspect of Marley’s Liberate is a nice bonus to rocking such hip looking headphones with great sound. The […]

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    Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Review (AT&T)

    Holy smartphone. Note 3 is large and in charge. The gigantic 5.7″ device puts you somewhere in between tablet and smartphone; it’s actually a phone but it’s come to be known as a phablet. This is now the third iteration of the insanely popular Samsung device, and it just keeps getting sleeker, smarter, and more […]

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    Jabra Sport Wireless+ Headphone Review: Your Extreme Exercise Companion

    Good gym/sport headphones are hard to find, especially headphones that will stay in your ears during extreme activity and won’t break. Jabra’s new Sport Wireless+ are wireless bluetooth headphones that are military-grade in rain, shock, and dust protection. If you don’t want to bring your phone or music player to the gym, then you can […]

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    Nokia Lumia 925 for AT&T Review: a Snap Happy Practical Phone

    Nokia’s Lumia lineup are among the most original and well designed phones out there, and they’re exclusive to Windows Phone. There’s no Lumia we haven’t loved and their latest Windows Phone, Lumia 925, is another winner. The build of the device is just spectacular, and it’s complimented by a floating Carl Zeiss Tessar camera lens, […]

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    Sena Lugano Kontur Leather Case for iPhone 5/5S Review

    iPhone 5/5S is a classy device. You know what’s not classy? A damaged iPhone. Protect yourself with the Sena Lugano Kontur. This case is sophistication at its finest. Made in four different colors of hand-wrapped premium leather, the Lugano Kontur reeks of leathery authenticity. The Sena Lugano Kontur is a basic snap-on case. The interior […]

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    Iron Man Draco Elegance Case for iPhone 5/5S Review

    As far as we know, Tony Stark did not invent the aircraft-grade aluminum Draco Elegance case for iPhone 5/5S. He might as well have, this bumper case is ultra-light with sexy ergonomic curves and Iron Man’s gold and red metal finish (though there’s a number of other finishes to choose from). Aluminum bumper cases are […]

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    50 Cent’s SMS Street by 50 ANC Over-Ear Headphone Review

    50 Cent is at it again; this time he presents his Over-Ear Active Noise Canceling (ANC) headphones. While 50’s marketing is not as excessive as Dre’s, he’s pushing out some fantastic competition for Beats. These large-and-in-charge headphones provide up to 70 hours of background silencing, noise canceling, technology with their rechargeable battery. The Street by […]

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    Speck CandyShell + Faceplate for iPhone 5S Review

    Speck’s iconic CandyShell case has been the subject of many imitation iPhone cases lately, but it’s hard to top Speck’s style and freshness. Their latest to the scene is the CandyShell + Faceplate for iPhone 5/5S, which makes your phone look more delicious than ever. Speck now offers iPhone 360 degree protection in the same […]

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    Truffol Signature Nature Series for iPhone 5/5S Review

    The Truffol Signature Nature Series is premium housing for your iPhone 5/5S. The case blends together beautiful hand-polished wood or bamboo with machined aluminum. You’ve never seen anything like it. The Truffol Signature Nature Series case for iPhone 5 isn’t just unique looking, but it is unique in design. It’s a two-piece case. There’s an […]

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    Griffin Chilewich Textile Case for iPhone 5/5S Review

    Griffin Chilewich: industrial chic. The textile designer Chilewich has teamed up with Griffin on iPhone 5/5S to deliver yet another batch of beautiful iPhone cases. These unique cases feature a woven vinyl back that’s rugged and ultra-stylish Other than the woven vinyl, the Chilewich case is a basic snap-on case, but just the way we […]

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    Belkin WeMo Light Switch Lets You Control Your Lighting From Anywhere [Review]

    Home automation, woo! Until recently, home automation was technology for the wealthy. Luckily for us, Belkin has shifted that paradigm, and offers a perfect solution for setting up your own home automation without breaking the bank. Belkin’s WeMo lineup allows you to control lighting and appliances from anywhere in the world. They even offer scheduling […]

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    Philips Hue LightStrip and Hue Bloom Lamp Review

    Quite recently we reviewed the Philips Hue 3-SmartBulb Starter Kit, a WiFi controlled lighting capable of creating scenes and easy lighting automation. These 3 LED bulbs have been going strong and have been wildly convenient and useful. We just got our hands on two brand new additions to the Philips Hue lineup, interestingly labeled as “Friends […]

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    Buffalo AirStation Extreme AC1750 Gigabit Wireless Router Review

    802.11ac is the newest and fastest in WiFi right now and Buffalo is one of the first manufacturers to help you take advantage of the ridiculously fast wireless speeds. Buffalo’s new AC routers are among the fastest, but they’re also among the easiest, especially when it comes to taking advantage of the advanced features you […]

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    Phiaton Bridge MS-500 On-Ear Headphone Review

    Who’s ready for some truly premium on-ear headphones that actually travel well? We’ve reviewed our fair share of headphones that would like to think they’re premium, but instead they’re plastic, clunky, and prone to accidents. The Phiaton Bridge MS-500 On-Ear headphones have an extraordinary build quality. They’re crafted out of machined aluminum and genuine leather, […]

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    Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon Table PC Review in 7 Memes

    You’re reading this correctly, Lenovo has already released a twenty seven inch tablet. At 27″ you can make the argument it’s more a table than a tablet. Well, it is a table, and yes we’ve heard all the jokes. We put this beast of a device to the test of practicality, see below. The Lenovo […]

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    MOS Magnetic Organization System Review – Keep Them Cables Tidy

    Cord management (ugh)… do you have a good system? Probably not, there’s few people who do. I’ve convinced myself that my slew of bed-side and desk-top cables have a certain unrefined elegance to them (they don’t, it’s a nightmare). MOS Organizer has been my first attempt at a solution, and so far it’s been pretty […]