Tiffani Buteau

Tiffani is a Californian who travels often and collects hobbies, among which are painting, surfing, learning languages, and touring Asia. Reviews for Chip Chick are a tasty diversion, less motivated by a need for incessant gadgetry, and more by a fascination with the organic nature of the human need to invent and love gadgets.

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    Android Now Offers Microsoft Office for Some Tablets on Google Play

    The long-awaited Microsoft Office has made its way to the Google Play store. The wait is over. It is available for those users with an ARM-based Android tablet running KitKat or Lollipop with a screen size between 7″ and 10.1.” Let the efficiency begin. Right now if you meet those qualifications, you can get Excel, […]

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    Move Star Wars Holograms Using Brain Waves, No Really!

    Toy company Uncle Milton has always tried to stay on the edge of modern and relevant toys and games, and they certainly do so with Star Wars Science – The Force Trainer II: Hologram Experience, where brain wave sensors in a headset read and interpret your level of concentration. We have a fair amount of expectation […]

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    Braven’s Fuse, Bluetooth Audio Mixer for the DJ On the Go

    The Braven Fuse is a wireless Bluetooth portable audio mixer that allows you to fade and mix multiple audio streams. You audiophiles out there know what that means—you can liven up any party with a last-minute mash up session. The Fuse can connect wirelessly to up to two audio sources and two speakers.  It is […]

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    Reach 79 Smartphone Case Uses a Gold Antenna for 2X Signal Strength

    The Reach 79 Smartphone Case offers the very unique perk of boosting your device’s signal strength by up to double, optimizing its performance. It does this via an embedded gold-plated, micro-thin antenna that pairs automatically with your smartphone through passive coupling. This antenna system boosts your signal substantially. While it is capable of doubling signal […]

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    Drop Kitchen Bluetooth Scale is Like an Easy Bake Oven for Adults

    Drop Kitchen Connected Bluetooth Scale and Recipe App work together to bring you one-bowl recipes that work by adding ingredients slowly as instructed by the recipe, to avoid going through numerous measuring cups and getting inaccurate amounts anyways. Tons of recipes are formulated just for this scale and bowl, to make baking foolproof. For those […]

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    OKU is the First Health Tracker for Your Skin

    Oku is a first of its kind connected device that is there to monitor and nag you, whoops, I mean notify you about your skin. Once connected to the iPhone app, put the cube on your face, scan your skin, and see what it has to offer you. Think of it as a disapproving but […]

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    Wocket, The Smart Wallet with Secure Biometric Entry

    The Wocket is a standalone smart wallet that catalogs all your credit cards and loyalty cards without having to carry any of those physical items. This all works off of biometric voice approval, and is not connected to the internet. This works everywhere your physical cards would because there is just one card, the Wocket card, […]

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    Inmotion SCV is like a Segway but Way More Affordable

    The Inmotion SCV is pretty much a Segway on the cheap, but in a good way. Coming in at about $2,700, it is more than half the price of a Segway and does everything it can do and then some. The Inmotion SCV can rotate 360 degrees, hit up to nine miles per hour, and […]

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    FlapIt, the Social Media Analog Follower Counter

    Watch followers tick up in number old-school style with this analog flapper counter. This looks like it would be a fun gift for the social media obsessed or a fantastic motivational tool for a marketing department. However, we can’t guarantee against the inevitable sads that come when you lose a follower or ten. It also […]

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    Freak Your Cat Out With the Petcube, Remote Interaction Camera with Laser Pointer

    In a disturbing statistic, Petcube claims that 20 percent of pet owners leave their TVs on to entertain their cats while away from home. With that in mind, Petcube is a more environmentally-friendly option in the form of a tiny cube camera that is equipped with a built-in microphone, speaker, and wait for it….a laser […]

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    Peri’s Duo iPhone Speaker Case is Battery Powered Sound On the Go

    Now you can John Cusack boombox love songs via your iPhone. The Peri Duo iPhone speaker case is a hi-def, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth set of speakers that run off of an integrated 2,500 mAh battery. On a fully charged battery, one will get about 12-17 hours of use depending on just how much use and how […]

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    Hexoskin Junior is a Smart Activity Tracking Shirt for Young Athletes

    Kids need to start young building healthy habits and the Hexoskin Junior smart shirt can help with that. Hexoskin has a tiny Bluetooth device connected to the fabric sensors in the shirt’s pocket where it tracks activity and sleep. Being able to see real time biometric data is a huge motivational factor for something that […]

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    JBL Harman Headphones World’s First Controlled by Hand Waves

    In an exciting development in headphones, JBL announced at CES the world’s first in-ear Bluetooth headphones with motion sensor control. Now that we are all used to people walking around and seemingly talking to themselves on their phones, why not add in some seemingly crazy hand waving too. We can handle it. The JBL Reflect Response […]

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    GasWatch, Monitors Propane Tank Gas Levels So You Never Run Out

    Ever run out of propane right before a big party? Not fun. GasWatch is a simple and easy-to-use level indicator that shows the percentage of gas left in the tank along with remaining cook time available, all derived from the weight of the tank. An alarm sounds letting you know when you hit lower levels […]

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    MeloMind Biofeedback Headset Mellows the Brain

    Biofeedback tech is a fascinating development in medical technology, so seeing it hit the consumer market in an accessible form like this is pretty cool. The MeloMind by MyBrain has electrodes on each of its four arms. It sits gently on your head reading your EEG, which is basically electrical brain activity data. This activity […]

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    No Cell Service? No Problem. goTenna Shares your Location Anyways

    goTenna is the natural evolution of our connected world. What is one to do out in the wilderness, without connection? Bring the Gotenna, which uses long-wave radio waves to let you send messages via their system. You phone can be completely devoid of cell service entirely and it will work. This is a great item […]

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    Star Wars Characters Headphones, These Are the Droids You Are Looking For

    In a CES booth, far, far away… a Star Wars Headphone collection was announced, featuring headphones designed around the R2-D2, a Tie Fighter, Darth Vader, and Chewbacca. These are just plain awesome. These high-end earphones join their predecessors from last year’s Rebel Alliance, Stormtrooper, Galactic Empire and Boba Fett headphone collection. They come armed with passive […]

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    SleepPhones, Stereo Headband for Ambient Noise While Sleeping

    AcousticSheep announced at CES this year upgraded SleepPhones, headband/headphones that provide soothing ambient noise while you sleep and now charge using induction plate technology. These headband/headphones are soft, thin and easy enough to wear while sleeping to block out unwanted sound. Other models exist with a built-in microphone for taking calls. The headband itself is […]

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    iSketchnote Records Doodles and Lets You Post Them in Real Time Video

    It is always mesmerizing to watch an artist in action, to see the piece come together in real time. The iSketchnote lets you do just that. Use whatever paper medium you like, overlay it on their iSketchnote pad, and begin drawing. These drawings are then recorded and can be uploaded, played back, and edited before […]