Posts Tagged: "LED"

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Samsung UN32EH5000 32-inch LED HDTV Review

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Flat-panel TVs have increased in size to the point where they rarely are moved from room to room. This is contrary to the early days of “portable TV,” in which a single set would be moved from the living room to the bedroom and back again as needed. But such...

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LightSkin LED Bike Seat Lights Up Your Rear (video)

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Safety first kids.  That’s what we always say.  And the saying probably couldn’t apply more than in the case of riding a bicycle.  Sure, unless you’re hitting the half pipe or nailing jumps, the likelihood of you getting seriously hurt on a bike is few and far between.  But you...

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2012 Holiday Gift Guide: Televisions (list)

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There’s never been a better time to get a new TV to place in your living room, den or bedroom. Today’s TVs don’t just offer bigger screens, but there’s also high-definition to make the picture stand out like it was real. Then add image enhancing technologies and Internet-capable features and...

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Craftsman LED Screwdriver Illuminates Hard to Reach Jobs

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Reach into a small crevice to tighten a screw and there is a good chance that you’ll block any of the incoming light.  Unless of course you’ve got the Craftsman 6-in-1 LED screwdriver. This screwdriver plays the perfect complement to Craftsman’s LED Pliers.  Embedded in the bases of the handle...

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Greenwave Reality iPhone Controllable Light Bulbs

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Unfortunately, we won’t see the LIFX iPhone controllable light bulbs hit the open market until sometime next year.  Sad, we know, as we’d like to entertain guests this holiday with our ability to wirelessly influence their color, brightness, and more just using our iPhone.  But if you happen to reside...

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Viewsonic VX2460h-led 24″ Monitor Review

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 There was a time when a high-definition monitor and a large monitor were two separate issues to consider: you bought a monitor that had one of these attributes only because the price would otherwise be astronomical. That was then — now we’ve 24-inch monitors which cost less than an Apple...