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There are many many personal audio products available today; the most popular being mp3 players and portable gaming devices. The problem that many of them have are the incredibly cheap and uncomfortable earbuds that come with them. You’ve just shelled out a few hundred dollars for the latest gadget, and you still have to spend more [...]
The gaming industry is a competitive market these days. Everyone has to have the latest thing to keep up with the demanding, hardware sucking games that are being churned out every day with little hesitation. And the video card makers are making a killing off of us. Not just a killing, a freaking massacre. Sure, [...]
The Economy sucks, and everyone is taking it in the ass including Microsoft. Sources close to The Empire say that the majority of layoffs for the company are going to be in the X-box division of all things. To be perfectly honest, I think video games are the LAST thing you want to eliminate-in this [...]
Ever have that feeling that someone with a Heavyweight title just put you in a coma? And when you awoke from that coma everything you thought you knew was no longer a reality? That was the same way I felt when I realized how bad Intel was kicking the crap out of AMD’s booty all [...]
Ok, CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2009 was off a little in the number of exhibitors and attendees. So? It was a crappy second half of ’08 folks. No one has been drinking happy juice about the prospects for the next six months! Best guess there were only about 90,000 people at the Vegas show (after 5-10 shows [...]
Anyone who knows me can tell you that I love nerdy little gadgets. I’ve gone through my period of USB-powered missile launchers and night vision webcams. I moved on to bigger toys, audio and video hardware that seem to take up tons of room. So much so that I have a shelf next to my [...]
PC Gamers need to hear in order to play effectively. What good is your genetically-enhanced super-soldier if he doesn’t know to shoot through the wall to take out the hidden zombie horde? If he (or she) walks through that door unprepared, then his (or her) brains are Kibble Chow. Seriously, PC gamers expect a lot [...]
Our son has it tougher than we did growing up. Oh sure he’s got his content wherever, whenever he wants. But we had power. We had juice! We had the first color TV in the neighborhood. The best looking gals wanted to be seen with us. The meanest dudes on campus protected us. Our son? All [...]
The Sony PSP and Apple’s iPhone are great little devices, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. Apple is starting to tout the gaming capabilities of its portable device, and although there is no direct competition between the two, people are beginning to question the need for a dedicated portable gaming device. We all know that [...]
I remember one time about two years ago I was sitting at a my friend’s house. I had brought over my custom PC and we were right in the middle of some hardcore zombie killing. My friend was standing on a ledge on top of a small store, and I was in the street luring [...]
It’s a known fact that the general public loves their music. Anyone can see the success of car audio, satellite radio, MP3 players, CD’s, records, and the like. Only recently has music become portable in a format that works for everyone from athletes to outdoor enthusiasts. One group of people has been consistently left out [...]
Recently I was handed a Pinnacle PCTV HD Pro Stick to use on my new Dell Desktop. At first glance, I was amazed that you can tune HDTV signals with a USB device that was so small. The Pinnacle HDTV Pro Stick comes with the following items in the package: If you have a laptop, then [...]
Known for tough, waterproof, unbreakable cases, Otterbox has expanded their product line to include a series of cases for the Apple iPod. The two lines they created, Defender and Armor, essentially cater to the same type of consumer, but with just enough variability to be separated into two different categories.The Armor Series provides a case [...]