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iRest: Relax with your iPad

iRest: Relax with your iPad

iRest – $49.90   RainDesign’s iRest is one of the classiest products I have had the pleasure of reviewing. The train, the pool, the desk, the backpack, iRain has a place in all of these situations and more.  Design RainDesign’s iRest is one of the most visually appealing iPad stands on the market. RainDesign has [...]

April 23, 2013 Damian Estrada 0

Samsung GALAXY Note II

Samsung GALAXY Note II

I have a Samsung GALAXY S III, and I am in love with it; or at least I was until the Samsung GALAXY Note II arrived on my doorstep. I can say with confidence that this is one of the top tier smart phones out on the market. It’s the best of both worlds, half [...]

March 2, 2013 Justin Pla 0

Dead Space 3: Action Packed! Light on Horror

Dead Space 3: Action Packed! Light on Horror

ith the pending release of Dead Space 3, the internet was abuzz with bloggers, commenters, forum-goers, and gamers alike . All droning on about how Dead Space 3′s co-op mode and universal ammo would ruin the franchise and the game. These are valid concerns. A survival horror game should be single player, it should have [...]

February 20, 2013 Damian Estrada 0

DUNU Headphones – Landmine (DN-23)

DUNU Headphones – Landmine (DN-23)

Looking for headphones yet don’t know what to get? During CES this year, I came across many companies that had new headphones from in-ear to over-ear. One particular overseas company did stand out a more, DUNU. Even though I didn’t get to listen to anything, they appeared and felt to be made out of quality materials. [...]

January 31, 2013 Aaron Goldman 0

Nokia Lumia 920: A Phone At The Top Of The Food Chain

Nokia Lumia 920: A Phone At The Top Of The Food Chain

First Impression: My first encounter with the Nokia Lumia 920 was one full of envy. The phone felt great in my hand and overall it just felt more refined. Although there was a little more heft to the phone, it was much welcomed. Somehow it added to the premium feel. Something else that stood out [...]

January 31, 2013 Chris Collazo 0

Marshall Minor In-Ear Headphones

Marshall Minor In-Ear Headphones

Marshall is mostly famous for their amplifiers, known throughout the music industry to have a “Marshall crunch.” This “crunch” that was only found in Marshall amps would be a standout factor in Mashall’s products, and would lend to their success. My interest was piqued when I first heard that Marshall was getting into the consumer [...]

January 30, 2013 Damian Estrada 0

Mimobot: Batman The Dark Knight Rises LTD USB Flash Drive by Mimoco

Mimobot: Batman The Dark Knight Rises LTD USB Flash Drive by Mimoco

Mimoco showed off the latest Mimobot USB flash drives in Las Vegas during the CES 2013 trade show. Mimobots are flash drives that are modeled after pop culture characters. These flash drives have a memory storage ranging in between 2gb and 64gb. The latest designs that were introduced were characters from Adventure Time. One of the coolest [...]

January 15, 2013 Justin Pla 0

GX Gaming Imperator Gaming Keyboard Review

GX Gaming Imperator Gaming Keyboard Review

I have been using the GX Gaming Imperator gaming keyboard for about a month, and man it has really been a monumental change from my Razor Lycosa; and in a grand way. I never thought I would part ways from my Lycosa. Adjusting to the Imperator was uncomfortable at firs. Aesthetically, the Imperator lacks the [...]

November 12, 2012 MMandel 0

Genius GX Gaming Maurus: FPS built, ARTS/MOBA approved

Genius GX Gaming Maurus: FPS built, ARTS/MOBA approved

I am not one for gamer centric devices. What I mean by this is I hate case lights, I despise ugly mice, and I cannot stand terribly designed hardware and finish. So naturally, coming into this review the Maurus had many points against it before I ripped open the packaging. The Scorpion on the Maurus was [...]

October 17, 2012 Damian Estrada 0

STWON: Timecrimes (it’s spanish.)

STWON: Timecrimes (it’s spanish.)

“Timecrimes” is a movie I liked that I’m having a hard time describing. It’s not a typical drama because the protagonists and antagonists are less traditional, sometimes they are one and the same, and in other cases your enemy is just time. But not like the way Justin Timberlake had to face time in “in [...]

September 13, 2012 Julian Salyer 0
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