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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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    You’ve Been Left Behind, and So Have All the Fun People

    It seems religion has been in the forefront of the news lately, but when is it not?! While those debate the latest of V.P. Candidate Sarah Palin’s latest political quandry. Let us take notice of a site that seems to just be all about religion and the end of the world, but will be sure to […]

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    Rainebrooke Metro-Traveler Laptop Bag Review

    All laptop bags have their perks. Rainebrooke’s Metro-Traveler offers the unique option to personalize your laptop bag via embroidery, or basically however you like, since it is made out of 600D Nylon on the exterior. This makes it a great buy for the college and under demographic who needs to get clever pins and Sharpee […]

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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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    Lexie Barnes Echo Diablo Laptop Bag Review

    Lexie Barnes is back with a new line of boldly feminine laptop bags.  We reviewed the Echo bag last year with great applause and this year’s Echo bag does not disappoint either.  Often times we find laptop bags being slapped into some awkward shade of pink like a tomboy shoved into a Sunday school dress. […]

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    Baby-G’s Hot New Fall Line-up

    Baby-G gave us a special preview of some of their hot new upcoming  for the Fall and Holidays season. For those of you not familiar with Baby G, Baby G is the “sister” watch to Casio’s G-Shock . You know, those tough as hell watches that you can drop a few stories on to the […]

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    SoulCalibur IV X-Box 360 Review

    After a very Disappointing SoulCalibur III, I was under the assumption that the new installment, SoulCalibur IV wasn’t going to be much better. Then one day after flipping though a gaming magazine oh about 6 months ago, there it was, Yoda on the cover. That is all SoulCalibur needed to get my attention once again. […]

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    Belkin’s Energy Collection Backpack Review

    Belkin’s new Energy Collection Backpack has been designed in mind for those looking for a lightweight backpack for carrying their laptop that is still tough enough to withstand the riggers of day to day traveling. Design: The design of the Backpack is modern but minimalist, which can be said about much of Belkin’s laptop accessories. […]

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    JayBird JB-200 Bluetooth Stereo Headset Review

    Ironically, Bluetooth has been around for nearly 15 years; However, for most of this time, this technology was dormant. Thus, leading some experts in the technology field wondering whether Bluetooth would become what BETA players and its technology had become with the advent of VHS technology during the 1980’s —- Extinct (VHS had won out […]

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    8 Speed Transmission Electric Bike with Built-in Odometer

    If you are an avid bike rider, than I’m sure you will appreciate the Eight-Speed Transmission Electric Bicycle from Hammacher Schlemmer. If you like to climb hills alot with your bike and seem to loose steam while pumping away at the pedals, the transmission electric bicycle has an 8 speed transmission built into the horizontal […]

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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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    Ugobe Pleo Review

    When the Pleo was released back in December of 07′ I was curious to see if this robotic dinosaur lived up to all the hype. Was is it truly intuitive with humans and could it somehow become another member of your family? While originally marketed with kids in mind, Pleo became the pet for adults […]

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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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    Hello Kitty RoboMop is the Bastard Child of Swiffer and iRobot

    Poor Hello Kitty, just about everything has her image or name on it. I’m sure we will soon find a Hello Kitty toilet plunger one day. But till that exciting moment happens we have the Hello Kitty RoboMop. Not exactly iRobot’s Roomba or the Swiffer. No this is some weird mutation of them both. Instead […]

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    TuneBase FM Transmitter for iPhone & iPod Review

    Despite the fact that the iPhone has been out for almost a year now, FM transmitters designed for the iPhone have been slow to arrive on the market, though there have been a few non-approved ones that unofficially work with the iPhone. Belkin’s new TuneBase FM is one of the first FM transmitters to be […]

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    Oakley Split THUMP MP3 Sunglasses Review

    The Split THUMP from Oakley is another addition to the Oakley THUMP family of sunglasses with built-in MP3 Players. I for one was never a fan of the original THUMP. I felt they were extremely masculine looking and certainly would not be considered very attractive on any woman. The Split THUMP however is a more […]

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    How to Really Fix Your Overheating Macbook Air

    I was taken with the Macbook Air from the moment Steve brought it out on stage. But after I finally brought it home from the Apple Store my love affair ended really quickly. I was experiencing system hiccups, freezing and overheating. I couldn’t watch a YouTube video or work on a Word document without the […]