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    Boynq Alibi Web Cam Review

    The Consumers Electronic Show (CES) ushers in the New Year by giving one a bird’s eyes view of what products will be available in the months ahead. Some of the electronic products offered cover the gamut of being mundane while other products are innovative. Take for instance, the slick and futuristic looking Boynq Alibi Computer […]

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    Sony Ericsson Announces Mini-Boombox Radio Phones

    Sony Ericsson is bringing sexy back with two new phones set to be released Q2 and Q3 of 2008, the Sony Ericsson R3oo Radio and R306 Radio. The R300 will be available in two colors – Antique Copper and Steel Black. The more attractive of the two, the R306 (pictured above) , will be available […]

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    Maxtor Shared Storage II Networked Hard Drive Review

    I guess it comes along with the territory that I have lots of computers. So when you have that many you tend to save documents and images separately on all of them. Which makes it very frustrating when you are trying to work with a document and it’s on another computer. It’s a terrible unorganized […]

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    400 Disc DVD Changer Houses Your Whole Movie Library

    DVD changers aren’t a new technology at all, but I was quite taken a back when I spotted a 400 disc DVD changer. I’m inherently lazy and as a result much of my DVD collection sits around collecting dust just because I’m often to lazy to get up and switch DVDs out of their cases […]

  • $99 Linksys NAS200 is the Cheapest Networked Hard Drive Solution Yet

    Chances are that you have more than one computer in your house, maybe even several. Personally, I find myself constantly running in between computers to pull off files that are located on different PCs, and it can get really frustrating. Sure you can carry around a hard drive, and I actually do usually carry around […]

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    BodyGuardz for the Ipod Nano Review

    A few months ago we reviewed the InvisibleSHIELD for the iPhone which is a clear film that protects your baby without hiding its good looks. Well BodyGuardz is another company taking a stab at making clear film protectors for your many Apple gadgets. BodyGuardz was nice enough to provide us with a transparent skin for […]

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    Motorola MOTOROKR S9 Bluetooth Stereo Headset Review

    The Sprint Ambassador Program recently sent out a Motorola RORK S9 bluetooth headset to use with the Samsung Upstage music phone. The first pair they sent out was defective, one headphone did not produce any sound. But Sprint sent out a replacement pair right away. The MOTOROKR S9 is a bluetooth headset that supports stereo […]

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    Kensington Notebook Stand with USB 2.0 Review

    I enjoy the convenience of using a laptop computer; from composing this story from the confines of my sofa or surfing the web, a laptop computer gives you the choice of complete portability. However, there are times that I wish my laptop PC had the functionality of a full sized workstation PC. I found Kensington’s […]

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    Who knows the Future? Why FutureMe of course

    I’m always pondering the future and what my hopes are for them. I hope to be financially secure – I’ll have that penthouse in Miami I always wanted. You know simple things. Well FutureMe.org was a site created by “two fellas” aka Matt Sly and Jay Patrikios for people to write themselves an e-mail that […]

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    And Now for our Feature Presentation – Your Baby

    Weddings, Engagement parties, Birthdays, Just Divorced etc… There seems to always to be an excuse to visit Kate’s Paperie to send an announcement. Well 5Starbaby.com has a more unique way of making that baby announcement, that I’m sure the likes of Halle Berry and Nicole Ritchie would approve of. 5Starbaby creates movie poster size announcements […]

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    Griffin’s TuneBuds Review

    Admittedly, I am not a huge fan of ear bud earphones, partly because the few that I’ve tried don’t do a good job at producing an adequate mix of bass, and the highs as well as lows in music. Then there is the matter of jamming tiny rubbery plugs into your ears, which ultimately take […]

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    Rainebrooke Laptop Bags Review

    Rainebrooke has carved a sure fire name for its self in the laptop bag apparel arena. And they continue to impress and do it with stylishly chic and sophisticated laptop bags that are durable and affordable! The Metro Lite Laptop bag ($34.95) and the Slim Line Laptop Bag/Sleeve ($24.95) are sheer poetry in motion! The […]

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    Seagate FreeAgent Go Drive Review

    A part of Seagate’s new line of stylish external hard drives, the FreeAgent Go is designed to be portable and small enough to travel comfortably with while still managing to pack in lots of gigabytes for storage. The design aesthetic of the FreeAgent Go is slick, and pretty different than most other hard drives. It […]

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    Kensington’s Ci70 Wireless Desktop Set Review

    The Ci Lifestyle Collection from Kensington continues to change the perception of typical Keyboard and Mouse designs. We previously reviewed the mice in the collection and the Ci70 Wireless Desktop set is no different, its sleek and space saving design combined with its excellent performance make the set a great addition to any computer set-up. […]

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    Belkin Network USB Hub Review

    When we were first introduced to the Belkin Network USB Hub, the Belkin representative declared that the installation process was just 5 minutes. Call me skeptical, but I figured that was just a gimmick and that it was unlikely to take just 5 minutes to set up networking device that could be used with a […]