Monthly Archives: April 2012

Cat Platform Bed

$1600 Cat Platform Bed

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Got a special feline in your life?  Odds are you pamper the crap out of it with toys, treats, a water filtration system and whatever gimmicky crap you can get your hands on.  But nothing will surely compare with this handmade and handcrafted platform cat bed.  It’s almost on par with that...

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Gtech AirRam Vacuum

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Until Dyson broke on the scene, vacuum cleaners were hardly a revolutionary or noteworthy device.  But, needless to say, Dyson changed all that and continues to innovate promising unparalleled suction, looks as well as agility.  Now, there is a new contender, though they’re smart – they’re not going head-to-head with the likes...

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X-Arcade USB Dual Joystick Review

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Whether you grew up in the all-night pizza parlor video arcades of the 1980s or are just looking for an authentic complement to the classic video games on your computer or consoles, the X-Arcade Dual Joystick delivers on the classic American style arcade experience. Resembling the front of most arcade...

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Sony V75BTiP and CMT-V50iP Magnetic Fluid Speaker Docks

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We’ve gotta hand it to Sony.  They’re doing a good job reinvigorating the brand by producing quality electronics.  Sure, they’re not launching game changers, but we’d rather see them produce quality products instead of taking gambles on things such as the Mini Disc. Today, the company announced two new iPhone compatible docks...

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Dyson DC39 Multi Floor Vacuum Review

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While we have reviewed Dyson fans and Dyson heaters here at GadgetReview.com, we have yet to review one of the products that people know Dyson for – their vacuum cleaners.  Well my friends, that all changes now.  While Dyson still makes the large bagless uprights, one of their focuses lately...

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BenQ Joybee GP2 Mini Projector Review

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You usually don’t expect a front projector to come in a box more suitable for a ream of printing paper. And yes I am “old school” in that I pretty much automatically expect a lot of packaging because of all the “delicate” components  — like the bulb — a projector...

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Rdio vs Rhapsody (comparison)

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Music streaming services (checkout out our other music comparisons) are becoming quite popular these days, providing music junkies their fix of their favorite artists, while allowing them to discover new ones. While many of the big ones out there share many features, they each provide listeners and members with a...

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Human Breath Mosquito Trap

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Warding off mosquitoes is serious business in some parts of the world.  For the sake of relatability, take the East coast of the US.  This part of the country is usually saturated in summer months thanks to humid and hot weather, the ideal breeding ground for these blood suckers.  The result...

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Revolve Camera Dolly (video)

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Achieving a perfect, cinema like shot used to takes thousands upon thousands of dollars in the equipment. But thanks to the advent of HD video we’re now able to capture beautiful and crisp moving images with a camera that costs no more than a few hundred dollars. Set to complement...

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Suunto Core Alu Watch

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We’ve been under the assumption that Timex’s Tide Compass watch was the only time piece we’d ever need for our outdoor excursions.  After all, it measures the water and air temperature, tells you when the tide is rolling in and where magnetic North lay thanks to the built-in compass.  Boy...