Reviews

Review: Audio-Technica ATH-M50x Limited Edition Blue headphones

Audio-Technica has finally released a successor to the incredibly popular, ATH-M50 – a mid-level, professional-grade monitor headphone that has became one of the most loved and recommended headphones in their price range. The company’s latest headphones, the ATH-M50x, appears to retain all of the things that made the original great […]

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Review: Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse

For the last few years, I’ve been using the Logitech G9x as my primary mouse, it was originally purchased way back in the beginning of 2009 and it has served me well ever since. But looking back on it, that seems like an awful long time to be using the […]

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Review: The Padcaster

    To promote the Kickstater for The Padcaster Mini, I was sent one of the original Padcasters for the iPad. The product has been described as “a powerful filmmaking accessory that transforms your iPad into a mobile production studio”. This is for those who want to make the most […]

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Review: The Fitbit Force Activity & Sleep Tracking Wristband from Verizon Wireless

Fitbit has been making activity trackers since 2007, long before the wearable fitness technology craze started really heating up and their latest offering, the Fitbit Force, appears to be their best device yet. But now, there are several companies making devices that will let you know just how active (or lazy) […]

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Review: Motorola Buds Wireless Headphones from Verizon Wireless

Motorola is no stranger to Bluetooth stereo headphones. They have made dozens of different models, in many different sizes and shapes over the years. But their latest model, the Motorola Buds, is unlike anything they’ve previously attempted. Instead of being worn over the ear, clipped to your collar or like a […]

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Review: The HTC One from Verizon Wireless

The HTC One first launched nearly one year ago and has received mostly excellent reviews from users ever since. It has went on to earn a spot among the very best of smartphones that launched in 2013 and this review probably won’t surprise anyone. We like the HTC One as […]

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Review: The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 from Verizon Wireless

Samsung created a new category of mobile devices when it introduced the original Galaxy Note to an unsuspecting world way back in October of 2011. At the time, there were a ton of naysayers that predicted doom and gloom for the device. Many thought that devices like the Galaxy Note […]

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Review: The LG G2 from Verizon Wireless

With its impressive spec sheet and unique and useful software features, LG’s G2 is one of the most talked about Android smartphones around today. But a lot of smartphones these days have powerful hardware and nice software features. So does the LG G2 have what it takes to compete with the […]

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Feature Review: Wireless Display on the DROID MAXX & DROID Ultra

One of the more in-your-face features found on the new Motorola DROID MAXX and DROID Ultra is a little something called Wireless Display. It would be difficult to use one of the new DROIDs for more than a few minutes without seeing the Wireless Display feature mentioned somewhere. There is […]

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