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Review – Dell Inspiron 14 7000-series

PC enthusiasts know how to find value from their rigs. For others, the price tag does all the talking, which is why when you’re a college student, sometimes budget outweighs the hardware. Last month I had an opportunity to get my hands on a Dell Inspiron Inspiron 14 7000-series notebook to determine if that line […]

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Review – BenQ XL2420TE

Television and monitors are moving at such a fast rate that sometimes it’s hard to keep up on what technology legitimately works and what’s added to the box as “fluff”. Recently, I’ve had my hands on BenQ’s XL2420TE Gaming Monitor in order to determine just what makes this specifically designed for gaming. Additionally, with an […]

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REVIEW – Nexia Home Intelligence Security

Graduation is just around the corner and soon you’ll be stepping into a full-time job, starting your career, and buying your first home. It’s a big deal. You’ll have a ton of worry in your life — student loans, your mortgage, impressing your new boss — so why add home security to that list? You […]

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Review – Technological Trinkets and Overlooked Gadgets

PC enthusiasts know where to turn for cutting-edge graphics cards, gamers know which consoles are available and why one may be better than the rest, and everybody knows about the latest and greatest smartphone, because the world can’t shut up about them. But what about those small, unknown gadgets that we’re all missing out on? […]

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Review – Kontrol Freeks Evolution to Xbox One

With the launch of the next generation of Xbox gaming, the Xbox One introduced a new controller. Granted, the Xbox 360 controller is still considered the epitome of controller perfection, but we all know the console game and the changes therein. That said, Kontrol Freek, maker of the beloved thumbstick add-ons that help with everything […]

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Review – Ogio Renegade Slim Messenger Bag

You own smartphones and tablets and laptops. You research cutting edge technology and your favorite gadgets. Sadly though, one of the most overlooked aspects of your obsession is how to carry it. There are messenger bags, shoulder bags, postal bags, and all sorts of backpacks to consider. But how do you choose?  Continue Reading

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Last Minute Tech Gift Guide

PANIC! You haven’t finished your Christmas shopping and it’s December 22nd. Now it’s crunch time and overnight delivery is your saving grace. But what to buy? Gift cards are the easy way out, clothes are always a gamble, but new technology is always a safe bet. Aside from having to teach Mom how to use […]

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Review – Epson Powerlite Home Cinema 750D

I’ve touched on the fact that most consumers acknowledge that your average physical televisions are widely regarded as being better than your average projector, which is why I’ve set out recently to determine whether that can be proven. Of the projectors I previously spent time with, the most impressive was theEpson Powerlite Home Cinema 8350, […]

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Review – Mad Catz STRIKE 3 Gaming Keyboard

In the Mad Catz “STRIKE” keyboard family of hardware, the STRIKE 7(pardon the dead image links) is clearly “The Favorite”. If we were to dabble in anthropomorphism, you could say that the STRIKE 7 is the older, more beloved sister, earning a PHD early, becoming massively successful in her field. That said, when introduced to the […]

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Review – PlanOn PrintStik

When provided the opportunity to review a mobile, Bluetooth printer that would easily sync with my tablets or smartphone, I leapt at the idea. “BRILLIANT!” I thought, to have access to documents on the road or when away from your home office or dorm room and be able to print them off, on a whim, […]

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