Monthly Archives: March 2012

Globe-Trotter Fujifilm X-Pro1 Case

Fujifilm Globe-Trotter X-Pro1 Case Costs just $9,000


Got $9,000 to burn?  That’s what you’ll need if you want to score just one of twelve Fujifilm Globe-Trotter cases. In addition to housing Fujifilm’s X-Pro1, which mind you retails for a whopping $1,700, you’ll also find Harrods exclusive tag and brass plaque, a flash, filter and the camera’s three lenses (18mm,...

face transplant

Doctors Give Man New Face (odd)


Richard Norris of Hillsville, Virginia was underwent what’s said to be the most comprehensive face transplant last week by surgeons from the University of Maryland Medical Center. The 27-year-od man was shot in the face 15 years ago, which made him wear a mask given his face was completely deformed....

TV front

LG 55LM6700 Cinema 3D Smart LED TV Review


Remember that term “xxx is the ‘new’ black?” Well, 55-inch is the new “standard” size for a flat-panel, at least if you want a big screen image that has enough real-estate to show 3D effects well. LG has more than their share of large displays, but the Cinema Screen provides...


HP ZR2740w 27-inch Monitor Review


When hardcore gamers game and serious business men/women get busy, we need adequate room to do our thing. Something that helps in spades, is a substantial amount of display real estate. Enough cannot be said for large monitors and their ability to surpass the 1080p standard. When capable of such,...

Logitech UE Airplay Speaker-2

Logitech UE Air Speaker (video)


Back in 2008 Logitech scooped up Ultimate Ears for a cool $34 million.  At this point there is no telling if the purchase paid off, but today we’re seeing what we believe to be the first Ultimate Ears Airplay enabled speaker from the company, the Logitech UE Air Speaker. Logitech...

HTC Titan II

HTC Titan 2 Release Date and Price on AT&T Announced


Windows phones don’t cause the same kind of stir that we’ve come to expect from the likes of Android and Apple, but that isn’t to say they aren’t worth a look or even consideration when it comes to investing in a new handset.   Course, we’d never suggest you’d jump...


GT Laguna Bicycle Review


I’ve been focusing on men’s bicycles in all of my reviews – pretty much because I am a man myself – but I haven’t forgotten about the fairer sex.  When I got in the GT Laguna, I had planned on just having my significant other ride it and keep a...


Kogeto Dot Review


In the 90s DVD technology emerged.  And guess what, porn manufacturers were the first to take the most advantage of it (some argue that DVD took off because of the porn industry).  Often they marketed their their unsavory videos with multiangle shots.  Please, it was a total marketing ploy and...

8-Bit Pale Ale

8-bit Pale Ale

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Redbull and Monster are generally the choice beverage of video game junkies, but what’s a player to do if they want to get their buzz on?  Grab one of these: the 8-bit Pale Ale. Before all of you cry marketing ploy, consider that Tall Grass Beer uses two types of...