Posts by: Chris Gullo

Droid X Review

Motorola Droid X Review


The Droid X, the successor to last year’s Droid, is Motorola’s beast of a phone released earlier this summer. I’m coming at the phone from a somewhat unique perspective. Before I reviewed the Droid X, I had never used an Android phone before. I’m a smartphone luddite — the closest...


Acer Dual-Screen Laptop Concept


Acer may be planning a major break from traditional notebook design with a dual-screen model reportedly leaked late Saturday. The prototype spotted by TechReviewSource would have two 15-inch displays, both of which would be touchscreens; one or the other could replace the physical traditional keyboard and trackpad with touch input...

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Rumor: Nintendo 3DS To Launch November 11th In Japan?


Well, it looks like Twitter is now becoming a go-to place for gadget news leaks. Someone going by the name “nocchisan” who is allegedly in the Nintendo 3DS accessories industry said that the 3D device will be released on November 11th in Japan, the same day as his company’s eleven...


Kensington’s PowerBack iPad Case Gives You Extra Juice


I always like finding new iPad Cases to write about, just to see what each company does to distinguish itself from the other competitors. Kensington’s PowerBack takes the extra battery approach, something I can’t complain about. The case adds an extra five hours of battery life to Apple’s magic tablet,...


ContourGPS HD Headcam Tracks Your GPS Data (video)


Contour’s new 1080p HD ContourGPS Headcam is one of the coolest ideas I’ve seen in awhile. Not just because it’s capable of capturing 1080p video on a headcam, but now you can capture GPS data that charts exactly where you are when you’re taking the video. The idea is that...

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Apple’s Free iPhone 4 Case Program Ends September 30th


Ah, the iPhone 4 case scandal. Funny how people keep buying iPhone 4s without complaint after all that rabble-rousing. If you recall, when Apple announced the program this summer they said it would last until September 30th, when they’d evaluate whether or not to continue the program. Now their answer...

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15 Inch Tall Android LEGO


It wouldn’t be a normal week at GadgetReview without a LEGO post, and this one ties into the tech world perfectly. Behold the Android LEGO. Grayson Wendell decided to figure out how to create LEGO domes using a program he coded himself, then spent a week building this fifteen inch...


Classic Atari Wall Decals


Last week we showed you the Star Wars Mural, and now we’ve got an equally geeky alternative for household decoration. The Atari Wall Decal sets gives you tons of classic Atari game graphics from the games Pong, Centipede and Asteroids. They’re made out of vinyl stickers, so they’re easily removable...


Cube Clock Shows Time From Clapping


As a fan of minimalist design, this Cube Clock makes me giddy like a schoolgirl. Made by Uma Design, it appears to be a block of wood, but when a noise is made (clapping your hands, for instance) the time flashes on. There’s also an alarm mode too. Simple, yet...

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Apple MacBook Cutting Board


Apple fans are a committed bunch, and they like having people know how much they love the house that Steve Jobs built. It just got easier to do so in the kitchen with this MacBook cutting board. Yup, you can now dice onions, tomatoes, and Windows fans with this cutting...