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    Seagate FreeAgent Theater HD Media Player Review

    The FreeAgent Theater HD Media Player is a pretty unique product, and in some ways it’s the first of its kind. There are an assortment of multimedia hard drives out there that are designed to carry multimedia content like videos and music from your computer that will play on to your TV. However, with these […]

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    7 Greener Gadgets and Services For Saving the Environment

    This week is officially the Greenest week of the year for us. On Wednesday we headed over to the Greener Products Expo to scope out the latest tech to help you keep stay environmentally aware. And today, there is the Greener Gadgets Conference in New York, and to kick it all off we’re giving away […]

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    E-Tracker I.D. Recovers Your Lost Gadgets and Rewards the Finders

    Albeit not the first company to offer a lost and found service for electronics, E-Tracker I.D. is a worthy service to consider, especially since it offers incentives for finders – which in turn makes it more likely that your gadget will be returned. Statistics report that 12,000 laptops are lost every week in the U.S.! […]

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    Seagate FreeAgent Go Review (2008 Edition)

    The new Seagate FreeAgent Go sports a slick new brushed metal design that is both slim and lightweight, weighing in at just 5.6 ounces. The device itself measures 0.49″ in H x 3.15″ in W x 5.12″ in Length. It’s lightweight and small enough so that you wont mind carrying it around with you, yet […]

  • Seagate’s New FreeAgent Hard Drives With Mac Aesthetics

    Seagate unleashed a slew of new hard drives today ranging from high capacity external drives for your desktop to super portable devices that will go well nicely with your Macbook Pro. We’ll get a hands-on with them on tuesday but in the meanwhile check out the specs on all of these new affordable hard drives, […]

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    Sam Hecht’s Jetlag Travel Alarm Clock, Manuals Not Included

    For those who just want a simple alarm clock, then you may like Sam Hecht’s newest innovative design for Idea International in Japan. Sam Hecht; famous for his LaCie Little Disk hard drive has now designed something even better, the Jetlag Travel Alarm Clock. The clock was created because of Hecht’s frustration of setting an […]

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    Vivienne Tam and HP Team up for the Digital Clutch Fashion Laptop

    Fashion week is mostly known for its high end fashion and celebrity sightings. You never see anything remotely gadgety on the runway except for the disco balls or strobe lights for the shows. Well HP and Vivenne Tam decided to do something a bit out of the box and introduce the Vivienne Tam designed Digital […]

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    Sneak Preview at Cool Upcoming Tech from AMD

    AMD has some innovative new products and technologies coming out soon and we got a sneak preview at them. First up is the upcoming Maingear Axcess HD Media Center, which isn’t just your average home entertainment media center PC. The Maingear Axcess HD Media Center is not just made to fit in with your AV […]

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    Samsung’s Fall Digital Camera, and Camcorder and Printer Preview

    Samsung has a bunch of digicam and camcorders set for release this September, all of which are looking to be feature rich and affordably priced. Amongst them is the TL34HD. The TL34HD sports an amazing 14.7 megapixels inside a surprisingly small body. Samsung has scrapped the traditional button based user interface and replaced it with […]

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    Samsung YP-S2 Pebble MP3 Player Review

    In April we had the chance to go to the Samsung Spring Fever event and check out  some new products being released soon from Samsung. One of the items that struck us as especially unique was the YP-S2 MP3 Player aka the “Pebble.” It was tiny and adorable and definitely female friendly. It would certainly […]

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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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    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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    Portable Slide Panel Digital Media Player Plays NES Games

    The Portable Slide Panel Digital Media Player brings together all of the features you could want, albeit in a cheap fashion. Sporting a design that looks like a game handheld, the device functions as a video player with a 2.8inch LCD display capable of playing back MP4 and 3GP files. The handheld also works as […]

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    Pocket Sized Guitar Hero Arcade Game

    Guitar Hero Addicts rejoice! So what if you can’t schlep your game console with you everywhere. Well you can, but we won’t even get in to why it’s not a good idea. Anyway, finally – there is a super portable pocket sized Guitar Hero game coming out. Basic Fun’s Guitar Hero Carabiner measures 7 3/4″ […]

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    Cool off or Heat Up with The C2 by Herman Miller

    The life of a cube dweller or typical employee in urban America; some spend 8 to 10 hrs a day or sometimes more of their life in a cube. There is no privacy, you have to deal with the emotional and mental problems of your co-cube habitator, let alone deal with constant eye strain from […]

  • $99 Linksys NAS200 is the Cheapest Networked Hard Drive Solution Yet

    Chances are that you have more than one computer in your house, maybe even several. Personally, I find myself constantly running in between computers to pull off files that are located on different PCs, and it can get really frustrating. Sure you can carry around a hard drive, and I actually do usually carry around […]