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    Stable Choices: Chip Chick Picks The Best Camera Security System To Protect Your Horses & Everything You Need To Know Before You Make A Purchase

    If you own horses, you should own a camera and security system too. Why is this a good decision for equestrians? Approximately 40,000 horses are stolen every single year, to say nothing of how much tack gets stolen on top of that. Besides protecting your horses from theft, it’s a good idea to get a […]

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    ExoLens Case for iPhone 7 Lets You Use Pro-Level Camera Lenses

    ExoLens has proved to be an interesting solution to iPhone photography logistics with their clip-on high-end photo lenses and iPhone cases. They are improving upon this idea with a case for the iPhone 7 that is a super durable dual-layer case that provides plenty of protection while also opting for camera lens attachments as desired. […]

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    Vidcie Tough Hands Free Video Cam Relays Real Time Feed

    Vidcie Tough is a tough, weather- proofed, and ultra-light hands free video cam that is meant to used in commercial environments. It has several mounting options but the one on display at CES and the interesting use is on sunglasses. While it doesn’t offer it HD, it does offer the practical and highly useful appeal […]

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    Super Skinny Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX55 Camera Shoots in 3D

    Sony’s latest Cyber-shot camera not only looks good, but it also manages to take 3D photos. The DSC-TX55 is an ultra-thin and compact camera that measures just 12.2 slim, yet it manages to pack in a 16.2 megapixel sensor, the ability to record video in Full HD AVCHD, a 10X zoom, and the ability to […]

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    Panasonic Debuts Lumix G3, the Smallest Lens System Camera

    Panasonic has revealed the LUMIX G3, the smallest and lightest interchangeable lens system camera in the world. Available in three different colors: red, black and silver, the new 16.0-megapixel sensor and Venus Engine VI FHD image processor delivers image quality that was once restricted to large, heavy DSLR cameras.

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    Pantech C820 Matrix Pro Review

    The new Pantech C820 Matrix Pro is an update to Pantech’s Matrix Duo, a Windows Mobile smartphone that sports both a numeric and QWERTY keypad. For those looking for a Windows Mobile device that packs in just about everything – the Pantech Matrix Pro C820 runs on AT&T’s speedy 3G network, it sports GPS, a […]

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    Seagate FreeAgent Theater HD Media Player Review

    The FreeAgent Theater HD Media Player is a pretty unique product, and in some ways it’s the first of its kind. There are an assortment of multimedia hard drives out there that are designed to carry multimedia content like videos and music from your computer that will play on to your TV. However, with these […]

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    Hands on with Resident Evil 5

    We got a chance to spend a little time yesterday with the latest installment of Resident Evil 5 from Capcom. Many will assume its the same thing all over again. Just another polished up release that features better graphics and more zombies to kill. However you would be wrong. Yes the basics are all there, […]

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    Sanyo Unleashes Affordable Xacti Feature Rich HD Camcorders

    Today Sanyo unveiled a whole slew of new Xacti HD camcorders, all of which are priced very competitively and are sporting a well rounded feature set. Some of the new Xacti cameras are surprisingly sporting a more traditional horizontal camcorder form factor, which is a deviation from the Xacti’s previous vertical models. However some of […]

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    Two Weeks Later with the HP Mini 1000 Vivienne Tam Edition

    We’re back from CES and at this point we’ve spent almost 2 weeks with the Vivienne Tam edition we recently reviewed. First of all, it was a pleasure carrying around the VT on the show floor. Because it’s so small and lightweight, we didn’t feel like we were schlepping a laptop at all. It also […]

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    CES 2009: Kodak’s 2 New Cameras- Z980 & Zx1 Impress

    Featuring a wealth of power and versatility, the Kodak Z980 Digital Camera offers a 26 mm wide angle, professional quality, 24X image stabilized optical zoom lens, a vertical shutter release and a hot shoe (my foot is just fine, thanks for noticing), all at an decent price. The Z980 enables serious photographers to easily handle […]

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    CES 2009: Casio Unveils EX-FS1 Ultra Slim High Speed Camera and More

    Last year at CES Casio unveiled the EX-F1, the world’s first 60fps high speed camera aimed towards consumers. Then in late ’08 they released the EX-FH20, another high speed camera aimed at consumers but with an even smaller body and 40fps shooting abilities. Today they announced that the EX-FS1 which is the world’s first super […]

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    Samsung SL310W Digital Camera Review

    Using a compact digital camera is a rarity to me these days.  I can usually be found lugging around my Nikon D90 since it has all the high-end features I need for taking professional shots. The only time I would probably even think of taking my compact camera anywhere, would be to sneak it into […]

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    E-Tracker I.D. Recovers Your Lost Gadgets and Rewards the Finders

    Albeit not the first company to offer a lost and found service for electronics, E-Tracker I.D. is a worthy service to consider, especially since it offers incentives for finders – which in turn makes it more likely that your gadget will be returned. Statistics report that 12,000 laptops are lost every week in the U.S.! […]

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    Hands on with the Casio High Speed Exilim EX-FH20

    We got an opportunity today to be hands on with the Casio EX-FH20. If you recall we wrote about the camera a few weeks ago, so we were excited as heck to be able to test what really is the sweet spot of this camera, the 40 FPS high speed continuous shooting. This model is […]

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    Kata Bags Digital Rucksack DR-467 and Sensitivity V Backpacks Review

    Being a blogger and one that travels quite often, you really depend on a good bag that is lightweight, durable, and will carry just about all your electronics and the many adapters along with them. Until now I was basically shoving (and carefully I might add) all my junk into typical laptop backpacks. My laptop […]

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    Samsung’s Fall Digital Camera, and Camcorder and Printer Preview

    Samsung has a bunch of digicam and camcorders set for release this September, all of which are looking to be feature rich and affordably priced. Amongst them is the TL34HD. The TL34HD sports an amazing 14.7 megapixels inside a surprisingly small body. Samsung has scrapped the traditional button based user interface and replaced it with […]

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    Ugobe Pleo Review

    When the Pleo was released back in December of 07′ I was curious to see if this robotic dinosaur lived up to all the hype. Was is it truly intuitive with humans and could it somehow become another member of your family? While originally marketed with kids in mind, Pleo became the pet for adults […]

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    Samsung 2008 Spring Fever Gadgets

    We had a blast at the Samsung Fever Showcase looking at all the great cool stuff coming out soon, as well as what is out already. Below are some of the items that caught our attention. Samsung Series 4 450 3-D Ready Plasma HDTV: The first of it’s kind, Samsung always thinks outside the box […]