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Logitech G510s LCD Gaming Keyboard Review

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We continue our foray into Logitech’s handsome G-Line of gaming peripherals. It’s interesting, Logitech’s main business is far from gaming. Yet they continue to one-up other companies, whose sole biz is the manufacturing of gaming hardware. As others delve into tablets, iPhone-controlled keyboards and swanky expensive laptops, Logitech stays focused...

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Zombie Shamble in Fear at the Lansky Tactical Apocalypse Survival Kit

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Here in sunny California, ground-splitting stomach-churning earthquakes capital that it is, we have become seasoned veterans in panic preparedness.  Yet recently our mindless and near-zombie like hunger for The Walking Dead,  AMC’s morbid apocalypse simulation/TV show, has completely neutered our measly earthquake relief kits. Sure bandaids, dental floss and clean...

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mohu Sky HDTV Antenna Review

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Having a TV antenna was once a requirement for watching television — pictures of houses in the 1950’s had vertical poles reaching up to the sky almost without exception. Today the main purpose of an antenna has been watered down, thanks to cable TV boxes and satellite receivers. However there...

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i-FlashDrive HD Review

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One of the complaints against Apple’s iPhones/iPads has been the lack of user-expandable memory. The i-Flash HD is an external storage device that deletes this problem and doesn’t rely on any WiFi or networking in order to function. And it works with all iPads and iPhones from the 3GS up....

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Classic Match Foosball Review

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Certain games aren’t meant to be played wholly “digital” — for example, how can tapping a touch-screen compare with pounding a pair of flippers as a steel ball repels off a bumper on its way to scoring thousands of points? The same is true of Foosball — where eye and...

Roku 3 Announced with Enhanced Remote and Improved Search

Roku 3 Announced with Enhanced Remote and Improved Search

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Today Roku introduced its new Roku 3 set-top box, and the company is promising that it’s the best streamer available on the market. The box, which retails for $99, comes equipped with a faster processor, 1080p video, HDMI, Ethernet, USB ports, microSD, improved dual-band Wi-Fi, and — something most Roku...

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Mad Catz F.R.E.Q. 5 Pro Gaming Stereo Headset Review

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Last week we donned the aural ambrosia that is Mad Catz F.R.E.Q. 7 Dolby ProLogic xII gaming headset for PC and mobile devices. It uses Dolby technology to expands the already melodious capabilities of 5.1 channel audio to even more dizzying heights at 7.1 channel audio. What we have today...

Fitbit One Review

Fitbit One Review

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Last year I reviewed Nike’s Fuelband.  Despite my admiration for its badass design, I couldn’t give it an overwhelmingly positive score since it was, for the most part, inaccurate when it came to counting steps.  That said, everything else, aside from the slight marring I experienced against its rubber facade,...

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XPal SpareOne Plus Emergency Phone

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The SpareOne emergency phone, winner of the 2013 CES Best of Innovation (under Tech for a Better World), was on the floor at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain with an improved model that can transmit user GPS data to authorities. The phone, referred to as “the world’s...