Monthly Archives: August 2011

Executive Elite Marshmallow Blaster

Executive Elite Marshmallow Blaster

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You probably don’t wanna know what goes into a marshmallow.  From our accounts the tasty snack can last years without turning stale, which probably makes it a candidate for bunker food in the invent of a nuclear bomb dropping, though we’d rather opt for a Twinkie or ten. In the event...

Nikon COOLPIX AW100

Nikon COOLPIX AW100

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We’ve all got them: friends that destroy their consumer electronics.  Or perhaps it’s a close loved one or girlfriend.  Sorry ladies, but you have more of a tendency to destroy electronics, than guys.  Last week Nikon introduced their all new COOLPIX AW100, which they say is one of the slimmest,...

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Kanex MHL HDMI Adapter Review

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[rating:5/5] If you’ve been paying any attention to things happening in the world of mobile technology, you probably know what MHL is. If not, maybe you just bought a new phone and are wondering “what the heck is this extra port for?”. Fear not, because Kanex (and I) are here...

Bluelounge Mini Dock

Bluelounge Minidock

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Yup, this is yet another dock to charge your iPhone or iPod.  Technically it’s not compatible with the iPad, probably due to weight concern, but if you get one you’re more than welcome to try it out.  Just don’t blame us if your tablet takes a nose dive.  Putting aside...

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Necker Nymph Submarine Sea Plane

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The James Bond movies have had their fair share of gadgets.  That goes without saying, clearly.  Unfortunately, most of those gadgets will never come to life, since they’re either completely ludicrous or just don’t have the necessary funding to become a reality.  That is unless of course you’re Sir Richard...

7 Wireless Speakers

7 of the Best Wireless Speaker Solutions for $40+ (list)

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Expand your musical listening experience with some wireless speakers! We’ve picked out a 7 of the best solutions under $500 on the market, which allow you to play your favorite playlists, Internet stations or music subscriptions in any room of your pad, regardless if your audio system isn’t WiFi compatible....

Mutewatch

Mutewatch

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Most of the watches we look at tend to embody all the same qualities, which is to tell time.  In other words they’re very functional, but don’t extend beyond the orthodox, which in turns means their functionality, or utilitarian value is limited. The Mutewatch throws the above statement on its head.  While...