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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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    i2i Stream Review

    Now and again you may feel the need to share a great song that is playing on your iPod or MP3 player with a friend. Do you hook your player to a computer? What to do? – What to do? Well the AERIELLE i2i Stream may come in handy then. This little device will let […]

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    Monster Turbine In-Ear Speakers Review

    Monster is at it again with creating headphones that not only allow you to listen to music, but to feel it. Earlier in the week we announced the new pair of in-ear headphones from Monster named Turbine In-Ear Speakers. These new set of ‘earbuds’ will bring back to music the quality and depth that was […]

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    Monster Unleashes Turbine Headphones AKA In-Ear Speakers

    Monster unveiled a new pair of headphones tonight, this time they’re in the form of In-Ear headphones. The new Turbine In-Ear Speakers have been engineered to satisfy true audiophiles. That is why they are calling them In-Ear Speakers because these headphones are able to create an experience that is rich and powerful enough to feel […]

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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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    GE DECT 6.0 PhotoPhone Review

    Digital picture frames are so typical these days. No design is really out of the box and they basically do all the same things, the main differences between any of them would be switchable frame plates, larger internal memory, or the ability to also play MP3s. So it was nice to get a chance to […]

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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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    Castelli Cycling Apparel Keeps You Warm All Over With NASA Fabrics

    As technology and fashion continue to walk down the runway together, it was only a matter of time before fabrics were made of something else other than cotton. “Drawing on the immutable Laws of Thermo-dynamics, Castelli clothing designers have developed a ground-breaking fabric technology that takes advantage of the way the body creates, saves and […]

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    SanDisk Intros slotMusic Cards & Players Personalized by Artists

    SanDisk new SlotMusic Cards and slotMusic Players seem like an obvious progression in the world of digital music, yet SanDisk is the first to come out with these new concepts. SlotMusic Cards are microSD cards that come preloaded with DRM-free MP3s from music artists. The cards cost just $14.99 – comparable to a CD album, […]

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    Rock Band 2 Instruments Review

    Several weeks ago we reviewed Rock Band 2 and were only able to experience it with the 1st generation drum kit and guitars. However as an update to that review we recently got a chance to try out the 2nd generation drum kit and guitar. Would they be more impressive and intuitive this time around? […]

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    Livewire FastTrac Ultra Thin GPS is Smaller than the iPhone

    The Livewire FastTrac: Ultra-Thin GPS tracking with 1, 5, or 10 second updates is the thinnest GPS tracking system on the market. Even smaller than the iPhone! The web-based tracking system requires no software to be installed and gives real time GPS nationwide coverage. Zoom in on the map for the exact street location accurate […]

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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 […]

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    Seagate FreeAgent Desk for Mac Review

    The new Seagate FreeAgent Desk for Mac has been designed specifically with Mac users in mind. Its modern silver and white aesthetics have been sculpted to blend in seamlessly with your current Mac set up whether it be an iMac, a Mac Pro or a Macbook Pro. Overall the drive is a nice size for […]

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    Hello Kitty MP3 Player Review (And It’s Affordable too!)

    Products under the Hello Kitty moniker have continuously established themselves in popularity and mass appeal among adolescents and teens as one of the world-wide leaders in the production of cool and colorful gadgets. The Hello Kitty Digital MP3 Player with 3 Changing Face Plates ($39.95, ages 7 to 14) by Sakar continues in that trend! […]