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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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    Kensington FX 500 Speaker To Go Review

    Admittedly, I am a huge fan of Kensington; I think they produce some of the most coolest, intrinsically stylish, durable and affordable peripherals and devices in the world. Hence, I was very ecstatic to get the opportunity to kick around the tires on one of their latest offerings: The FX 500 Speaker To Go System […]

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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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    BuiltNY Laptop Portfolio, Sleeve and Electronics Pocket Review

    Do you consider yourself fashionable but hip? If so, check out BuiltNY’s line of bags for laptops and other electronics. We got our hands on some of their bags including their Laptop Portfolio, Laptop Sleeve and their Electric Pockets. BuiltNY’s signature style includes a unique bone shape that shows up in both their sleeve and […]

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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 […]

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    Ugly Teeth? Dress Them up with Snap-on Smile

    Everyone hates going to the dentist, but no one likes having ugly teeth either. The Snap-On Smile snaps on to your teeth and presto, you get a set of pearly white like you never imagined – without the need for any adhesives, drilling or shots. And it’s removable on your own. You will unfortunately have […]

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    Microscopic Sculptures by Artist Willard Wigan

    Good artwork always inspires awe in a viewer at the amount of talent that the artist had to posses to create that piece. Willard Wigan’s art inspires awe in us on an extremely tiny level. The British artist has sculpted micro-size forms using a tiny surgical blade to carve figures out of rice, fragments of […]

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    Accordion Hero II

    So I’m reading Computer Games Magazine and I see a full page ad for Accordion Hero II. I was A bit confused, a bit shocked, and admittedly – a bit excited. I hadn’t heard of Accordion Hero I, forget about Accordion Hero II. My curiosity lead me to the web site address listed on the […]

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    Girls’ Gadgets of the 1920’s and 30’s

    Lately some companies have been pushing out Digital Cameras geared towards women such as the recent Harajuku Lovers Digital Camera from HP. At first I thought that it was about time that companies had started taking notice of the females in the gadget universe. Little did I know that as far back as 1928 there […]