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    Mimobot rayD80 Review

    The Mimobot rayD80 has now been upgraded to a new body called rayD80. Of course all Mimobot’s come with a story and rayD80 is no different. His complex story is here which details how his new upgraded self, rayD80 will help save the world. Who knew USB keys would be come the future of toys?? […]

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    Lacie’s iamaKey Review

    Last week we posted about Lacie’s new USB keys that actually look like keys and now we’ve finally got to get a hands- on one of them – the iamaKey, that resembles an ordinary key. It’s a wonder that it has taken so long for someone to come up with this concept – after all, […]

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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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    LaCie Releases Three USB Keys That Look Like Real Keys

    Last September we reported on the Aexea KeyXpress USB Key that actually looked like a ‘key’. Well who knew the firestorm that would incur, blogging about what ended up being labeled a ‘crapgadget’.  Just released today, the iamaKey and itsaKey ( unique names ) come in 4GB and 8GB capacities from LaCie and your eyes […]

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    Nevoma iPod AthleticBands Review

    Nevoma AthleticBands are meant for those who love to get in shape while doing bench presses to their favorite tunes. We see these kind of accessories all over, especially in the summer/spring on joggers, bicyclists, or power walkers. If you have an iPod and are somewhat athletic, chances are you have an armband for it. […]

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    Ice Red’s Shine Laptop Bag Review

    Ice Red has proved to be a reliable company for sturdy cute bags such as the sporty chic messenger bag we reviewed last year.  The “Shine” laptop bag is a design anomaly for Ice Red.  It is feminine, glossy, and bright!  In this transition to blunt fashionista bags, they didn’t lose versatility or sturdiness.  In […]

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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 […]

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    SpaceNavigator for Notebooks Review

    It is a pretty well known fact that the typical optical mouse can be a trying to work with in 3D environments. You just don’t have that much flexibility to rotate items or pan smoothly. Especially when it comes to being on the road and you only have your dedicated laptop trackpad, it can be […]

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    The Sims 2: Castaway Review

    Ever since acquiring Maxis (the original makers of the Sims Franchise), Electronic Arts (EA) has managed to create and expound on a very viable, highly addictive computer game that has achieved a cult like following; turning it into a sub culture, complete with its very own vernacular that continues to capture the hearts, minds, imaginations […]

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    Toshiba Gigabeat T-Series Review

    Previously we’ve talked about how Samsung wants to be a iPod shuffle and iPod Touch killer, well now Toshiba has entered the ring to take on the 3rd generation Nano. We have to say that they certainly know how to put up a good fight. At first glance we weren’t sure how the Toshiba Gigabeat […]

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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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    Pink Samsung U3 Review, AKA the Shuffle Killer

    A couple of months ago on Chip Chick we mentioned how totally cute the Samsung U3 USB Music Player website was and that alone already got us hooked on getting the U3 based on just how adorable it was on Samsung’s website. Well lucky us – we got to review the little cutie and all […]

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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. […]