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    24k Gold-Plated NES is the Most Expensive Way to Play Duck Hunt

    They were gone too soon, but the memories will remain. This (extremely) limited edition custom 24k gold-plated NES/SNES hybrid console is already sold out, so we’ll just to have live with the knowledge that 10 people out there own one of these things and that, maybe someday, one of them will appear on eBay. Analogue […]

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    30 Essential Games to Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of NES

    If there’s a video game analogue to the Beatles appearing on the Ed Sullivan Show, it’s what happened 30 years ago on October 18 — the arrival of the Nintendo Entertainment System on store shelves in the United States. After debuting in Japan as the Famicom in 1983, Nintendo set about reviving the United States […]

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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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    Philips Skype Web Cam Review

    It’s amazing how the web cam and the technology behind it has evolved over the years; from being a device that produced mediocre video at best to its present day incarnation of delivering crystal clear video and breath taking crisp pictures. It is safe to say, that web cams are very much at the forefront […]

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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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    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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    Lexie Barnes Echos Laptop Bag Review

    Echo laptop bags are bursting with charming character reflecting that of its self described Bohemian artist designer- Lexie Barnes. As a thespian and world traveler, Lexie has splashed droplets of her creative endeavors across her collection of bags. This series of laptop bags come in three sizes- 13, 15, and 17 inch. We chose to […]

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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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    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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    InvisibleSHIELD for the iPhone Review

    The problem with iPhone cases is that they cover up the beautiful design of the iPhone. But if you don’t put a case on your iphone and you end up damaging it, you’ll never forgive yourself either. Think of the InvisibleSHIELD as a happy medium. Kind of like the emperor’s clothing, the InvisibleSHIELD is designed […]

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    Nerdcore Calendar Features Pin-up Girls Playing Video Games

    “Hot Babes” have graced the covers of many gadget magazines for many years now. Stuff and T3 magazine in the U.K. and the late Sync Magazine just to name a few, use photos of gadget laden females to help sell magazines. For women like us whom are truly technology enthusiasts (AKA closet geeks) this sort […]