Monday, February 28, 2011

Singularity for PS3 $27.99 with free shipping

Amazon has Singularity for only $27.99 with free shipping. You save 20% off retail price of $39.99.

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Singularity with Bonus Exclusive Graphic Novel

Friday, February 25, 2011

Record year for movie industry

The MPAA has claimed that piracy has ruined the movie industry yet this year was record setting. 3d was a huge part of why this year was successful and I think the MPAA should think of more innovation than combat piracy.

via CrunchGear

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Velocity SPYDER PRO 25% off

Slappa has the Velocity SPYDER PRO backpack for $67.49 after you enter discount code FEB25. You save $22.50 off the retail price of $89.99.

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Enter FEB25 at checkout

Nikon D3100 for $549

Amazon has the Nikon D3100 for $549 plus shipping. The 14.2MP Camera comes with 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 AF-S DX VR Nikkor Zoom Lens.

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Nikon D3100 14.2MP Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 AF-S DX VR Nikkor Zoom Lens

Yahoo! MyBlogLog to be discontinued‏

Yahoo! has officially axed the MyBlogLog service for bloggers. The service will end on May 24, 2011.

via Yahoo!

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Rumor Apple iPad 2 Event March 2nd

All Things Digital is proclaiming that the iPad 2 event will happen March 2nd. The venue is likely Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. This is of course just a rumor at this point.

via AllThingsD

iGrow helmet

This is the oddest hair growing product I have seen. It incorporates headphones, helmet, 1 laser diodes and 30 LED lights. Apparently the lasers and LED will promote hair growth. The price is a bit steep at $695 but there is a money back guarantee.

Product Page HERE

Kinect Sensor with Kinect Adventures! $10 off

Amazon has the Kinect Sensor with Kinect Adventures! for $139.99. You save $10 off retail price of $149.99.

Buy now here
Kinect Sensor with Kinect Adventures!

Ubergizmo reviews the Dell Streak 7 tablet

Ubergizmo has posted a review of the Dell Streak 7 Tablet on their site HERE

It comes down to your tolerance to pricing and usage model: If you *really* want an Android Tablet now and if you need a small (7”) 4G Tablet, and if can’t afford the Galaxy Tab, the Dell Streak 7 could be an option to consider — that’s a lot of “if+and”. In case you don’t care about Android and the smaller size, the iPad will provide a much better user experience.

Mitsubishi 92-inch 3D Home Cinema TV

I thought my Sony Bravia 60" TV was big, well the new Mitsubishi 92-inch 3D Home Cinema TV makes it look like a hobbit. The Mitsubishi 92-inch 3D Home Cinema TV will set you back 6 Grand. The TV will feature DLP technology, built-in 3D emitter, four HDMI inputs, Bluetooth for audio streaming, multiple speakers, rear speaker and subwoofer outputs, the Jade user interface, and a 120Hz sub-frame refresh rate.

via Mitsubishi

Monday, February 21, 2011

Obama meets tech world

Barack Obama had a sit down with the most famous faces of the tech world. The list include Steve Jobs, Eric Schmidt, Larry Ellison, Dick Costolo, Mark Zuckerberg and several other notable names in tech. The meeting was to discuss American innovation and the future.

via Aquapour

Sunday, February 20, 2011

G155 Mobile Gaming Environment

The G155 is a self-contained mobile gaming environment that lets you stay in the action when you’re on the move. Just strap in your gaming console, store your accessories, select your favorite games, and you’re good to go. The G155’s integrated LED HD display, stereo speakers, and dual headphone jacks will immerse you in your favorite game--wherever you are. Just pop it open, plug it in, and play.

Product Page HERE

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Iomega 35042 2 TB ScreenPlay DX HD Media Player

Iomega 35042 2 TB ScreenPlay DX HD Media Player is now available at The $300 Media Player 2TB of internal memory to save all your videos, pictures, and MP3's on.

Product page here
Iomega 35042 2 TB ScreenPlay DX HD Media Player

Scooter meets bike with SPYKE

This odd looking Scooter/Bike called the SPYKE is a rear-steering scooter. It will be shown off at the 2011 International Toy Fair in New York. Check out the site where you can order soon.

Product Page HERE

Sony plans to ban hacked PS3 from network

Sony has release news that they plan to banned anyone who hacks their PS3 to play unauthorized software. This of course will end the same as the Xbox scene where hackers will try to continue to stay ahead of Sony's bans.

via Sony

Friday, February 18, 2011

EcoGear Palila Backpack Quick Review

The Recycle Series is Ecogear’s testament to the functionality of recycling. The rugged and sleek Palila backpack has all the essential components for the modern individual, with the additional bonus of being made of RPET (recycled polyethylene terephthalate) water bottles. Recycle, reduce, reuse has never looked this good.

This is a nice Backpack for hiking or just for use for school. The Backpack is made of recycled water bottles. The styling has a cool tech feel to it. The Backpack has two large compartments and then two smaller compartments. On both sides you will find room for water bottles. Overall a solid backpack for a cheap price.

8.5 Out of 10


Buy it now HERE

Disclosure: Purchased on my own. No affiliation with company.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Amazon Kindle Wifi Version Quick Review

Every is talking about Tablets but the Kindle is still the best Ebook Reader. At $139 it's also the most affordable. Now I have tested the iPad, Nook Color and other Tablets but they are not good Ebook Readers. In fact I was sitting next to a person reading a magazine on the Nook Color and glare was really bad. E-Ink is still king for reading.

The new Kindle is Wifi only but it's much sleeker and better looking than ever. The E-Ink technology is the closest to reading a regular book. The E-Ink does'nt tire your eyes like LCD does.

I highly recommend you buy the Amazon Kindle Wifi if your looking for a dedicated Ebook Reader. The price is just right for avid readers.

9.7 Out of 10

Buy it now here
Kindle Wireless Reading Device, Wi-Fi, Graphite, 6

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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Xbox 360 Console with Kinect + $25 Amazon Credit for $299.99

Amazon is currently offering $25 Amazon Credit when you purchase the Xbox 360 with Kinect for $299.99 with free shipping.

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Xbox 360 4GB Console with Kinect

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Swiss Army Big Ben Backpack with Security Fast Pass™

With more and more people taking carry ons with check in bags costing us money. There are specific TSA approved backpacks that allow you keep your laptop in bag and breeze by check points. Check out the Big Ben Backpack HERE

Friday, February 11, 2011

Greenworks 26012 12-Inch 7 Amp Electric Snow Thrower

Living in the midwest I hate when my Snow Thrower doesn't start. Well with this Electric Snow Thrower you won't have the same problems as it's Gas counterparts. And at under $80 this is a great Snow Thrower that beats the shovel.

$79.99 Buy
Greenworks 26012 12-Inch 7 Amp Electric Snow Thrower

Wednesday, February 09, 2011

Rogue Wallet - Stainless Steel Front Pocket Wallet with RFID protection Review

I had a chance to check out the Rogue Wallet Stainless Steel version. This wallet is made of real stainless steel fabric. In addition the wallet uses RFID protection to keep your credit card information safe.

The first thought when getting this wallet was is the steel going to make this heavy and hard in the pocket. The Stainless Steel wallet is actually thin woven stainless steel fabric that is flexible and light. Since the material used is stainless steel the wallet also double as a RFID blocking wallet from those who are trying to take your data and information. This is a front pocket wallet and is shape with Rogue's classic styling to fit the front pocket.

Overall this is a great wallet that is unique and will protect your credit card information. The 2 warranty provides assurance that this wallet is built to last. I definitely recommend to anyone who wants a cool wallet.

9.7 Out of 10

Buy now HERE

Disclosure: Was give review sample to test product.

Saturday, February 05, 2011

Yurbuds Ironman Performance Raising Earphones

Here are some earbuds from Yurbuds which are from the Ironman series. The earphones work well for athletes who need a tough pair of buds. The sweat proof earphones are available now for $49.99.

Buy now HERE

Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Avia Shuttle I Airbak Backpack Quick Review

I purchased this Airbak Backpack as I was looking for a travel bag with Airlines charging for bags now I figured carrying a Backpack would save money. This bag caught my attention due to the AirBak™ Technology. This technology was supposed to lessen the load on your back when carry heavy stuff.

The Airbak did provide cushion but I was disappointed with the Airbladder which was nothing more than an air pillow that you inflate. Also I did not like how many straps that were hanging from the bag. And lastly the bag was heavier than other comparable bags. Overall I would not recommend this backpack.

4.5 Out of 10

Buy it now HERE

Disclosure: Purchased on my own. No affiliation with company.

Skullcandy S2ASBZ-WZ Asym Earbuds, (White) Review

I was looking for a new pair of earphones and came upon the Skullcandy Asym Earbuds. The earphones have a cool design and came in white so bought them. The earphones retail for $39.95 but you can find them cheaper online.

The Asym Earbuds comes in matte finish white with Skullcandy logo on each earpiece. Includes is a nylon carry case and 4 ear plugs. The over ear design makes these a good choice for active use like when you go to the gym or running.

The sound on these is pretty average with a good amount bass like most Skullcandy earphones.

Overall I recommend these for runners, snowboarders and those who need earphones that don't fall out of the ear while moving. The price is right and the Skullcandy design is stylish.

8.7 Out of 10

Buy it now here
Skullcandy S2ASBZ-WZ Asym Earbuds, (White)

Disclosure: Purchase on my own. Affiliate link