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    HP ProBook 6545b and 6445b ProBook Notebook PC Are Spill-Resistant

    The ProBook 6545b and 6445b aren’t just for business users, they’re also suitable for klutzes. The systems are made out of tough magnesium alloy for increased durability and they even feature an island style spill-resistant keyboard with drain. Under the hood you can expect AMD processor options that can deliver up to 5 to 8 […]

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    HP Pavilion MS200 Review

    The new MS200 is a new all-in-one PC from HP that promises good value in a slim form-factor. The HP MS200 essentially fills in the gap between high performance all-in-ones like HP’s TouchSmart series, and low cost nettops. Even though it’s a bit more expensive than a nettop, the MS200 is the right PC for […]

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    Techiest Fashion Week Ever

    Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in New York has just wrapped up, and for geeks like us it was the best fashion week ever. Here are four gadgetastic reasons why this year’s fashion week was the best one yet. 1. Vivienne Tam and HP unveiled a new Digital Clutch netbook along side her spring collection. The […]

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    HP SimpleSave Hard Drive Review

    Anybody who has ever had their computer crash on them and lost precious irreplaceable files knows just how important it is to back your computer up. The more backups the better. Not only does backing your computer up protect you from when (not if) your computer will have a complete meltdown, it also gives you […]

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    New Vivienne Tam Digital Clutch To Be Revealed Soon

    Hot on the heels of the success of our favorite netbook, the Vivienne Tam Digital Clutch, Vivenne Tam and HP have announced that a new digital clutch is about to strut its way down the runway. This Saturday, the next digital clutch will be revealed on the catwalk at New York’s Fashion Week. The design […]

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    HP Pavilion dv2 Review

    I’ve been eyeing the HP Pavilion dv2 ever since it was announced at CES. Mostly because of its good looks and near netbook-like pricing. Also, it seemed like the dv2 could be the best of both worlds – an affordable ultraportable that is almost as convenient to carry around as a netbook, but with the […]

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    Vivienne Tam’s Fall 2009 Collection Preview – Updated

    We might not be a fashion blog, but we enjoyed attending Vivienne Tam’s (Fashion Week) Fall 2009 Collection Preview tonight in New York. So what was Chip Chick doing at a fashion show you ask? HP brought together a group of women bloggers (and some guys too!) to come and experience Vivienne’s signature style in […]

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    SanDisk slotRadio Review

    The new SanDisk slotRadio is an unusual audio player. For just under $100 you get an MP3 player that comes bundled with a slotRadio microSD card that packs in 1000 songs. This player isn’t really an iPod competitor, it’s not about packing in the latest technology and features, but rather it’s all about value for […]

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    iFrogz Custom Headphones Review

    The market has been flooded recently with an abundance of headphones and earphones. So what can a company do to make them stand out from the rest and be desirable to the consumer? iFrogz came up with an ingenious idea to offer customization for your headphones as well as a reasonable price. Design: In the […]

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    Newber App Offers a Second Line for your iPhone

    Newber is an all-in-one call management app for your phone. On many levels, it operates a lot like Grand Central – it lets you use one central number to give out to people, and that one number can forward to your cell phone, home line, or office phone, etc. This way you can be reached […]

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    Best and Worst Hosting Providers for WordPress

    You might say that we’ve been around the block here with web hosting providers. Way back when we moved Chip Chick to WordPress we first started out with a small hosting company, which we very quickly outgrew. From there we moved to HostGator to one of their reseller hosting plans, which we quickly outgrew as […]

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    Epson Artisan 800 Printer Review

    I’m not one to find all-in-one printers very sexy. I have had a slew of them over my lifetime. Mostly HPs and more recently Canon which did do a good job of printing, scanning, and copying just fine – minus the few paper jams here and there and some network printing issues. The Epson Artisan 800 is […]