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Raynox 0.66x Wide Angle Conversion Lens – Review

Not satisfied with the lens that comes with the JVC Everio, I decided to get a wide angle conversion lens from Raynox (model HD 6600Pro-43), a Japanese lens company. If you’re wondering why you’d need a wider lens, it can ...

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JVC Everio GZ-HD40 – Full Review

After getting a Vizio HDTV, I knew it was just a matter of time before I needed to upgrade my camcorder to HD.  My current camcorder is the old standard definition hard drive JVC.  I got one of the original ...

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Gadget Tells Drivers Where to Park

Once again, it was time to visit the Westfield Century City Shopping Center to meet my friend. It hasn’t been that long since my last trip but as soon as I went into the parking lot, I noticed what appeared ...

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Monumental Tech Epic Fail

Technology and gadgets. I love them. Recently, there was talk of software giant Microsoft buying poor Yahoo.com. Yahoo used to be the number one search engine back in the day. People used to think nobody could out-search Yahoo. How the ...

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Cheap HDMI Cables From OutletPC

While I patiently wait for my Playstation 3 to come in the mail (hopefully by Wednesday this week), I decided to get the HDMI cable for it because I know that the PS3 doesn’t come with it. Best Buy has ...

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Best Buy Stocks PS3 for a Second

As you may already know, I don’t have a game console after selling my PS2 when I thought I was going to buy a PS3.  After the HD format war ended, I decided to go to the PS3 instead of ...

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Ooma Sends $25 Best Buy Gift Card

My previous review of Ooma noted their referral system so I tried it out with a friend of mine.  I got a return email right away after submitting my info, and within days, I got a certified mail with my ...

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Bluetrek Hands-Free Review – Part 2

As you may read previously, my attempt at going hands-free using the Motorola T505 was a failure.  At my friend’s suggestion, I decided to go to the Bluetrek website to see what they had there. They have a ton of ...

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