Elizabeth Rodriguez

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Instagram, the popular photo sharing app has finally added multiple account support on mobile. You can now add up to five accounts to switch back and forth to, and be able to tell which account you're logged into at any given time. This will be available as part of Instagram version 7.15 for iOS and Android. [...]

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I love a good pen.  It's something that I use every day along with a good notebook, so having a good writing instrument is important to me.  Olixar has released the Hexstyli 6-in-1 pen that has various gadgets built into it. Let's take a look and see what it has. Note: Images can be clicked to view [...]

Posted in: Paper and Pens, Reviews, Styluses
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APC-Battery-Backup-Review-Main

Many of us depend on the internet for doing so many things in our homes.  We do research, pay bills, get entertainment, and keep in touch with our family and friends.  This can be frustrating if we lose electricity due to a storm or other circumstances.  APC has created a battery backup that also includes a [...]

Posted in: Cables, Batteries and Chargers, Reviews
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Startech-Triple-Video-Dock-03

Monitors, monitors, and more monitors - I need as many as possible when I'm working.  I work for a network operations center, so my eyes are constantly on screens looking out for I.T. issues, writing emails, helping users with remote sessions, troubleshooting servers, and the like.  Just like at work, my home office needs a decent set up [...]

Posted in: Computer Gear, Reviews
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Microduino-mCookie-Review-Main

Are you a maker? Inventor? Tinkerer? Want to play with Arduino but not sure what modules you need yet? Meet mCookie, a set of cool new magnetic and Arduino-compatible modules from Microduino.  Note: Images can be clicked on to view a larger size. These mCookie modules dramatically decrease the size of prototyping and allow you to work with [...]

Posted in: Do-It-Yourself, How-To, Geek Toys, Reviews
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When you are working within a video or photo editing app, or just listening to music, sometimes it's nice to have a manual controller for certain functions.  This is where the Griffin PowerMate Bluetooth comes in handy.  This little aluminum device can be used for many things, so let's take a look. Note: Images can [...]

Posted in: Bluetooth Gear, Reviews
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Incase-Reform-Backpack-Review-02

It's back to school time, and you'll need some awesome carry gear for all of your stuff, especially if you have a laptop and other electronics.  Incase is known for their awesome line of bags, laptop sleeves, and phone accessories.   I was given the chance to check out the 15" Reform Backpack, so let's take [...]

Posted in: Bags, Reviews
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Google-Keep-iOS

Finally, the day I've been waiting for since I switched back to iOS is here.  Google Keep is now available on Android, web, and iOS.  The simple-yet-effective notes app was only on Android and web for the longest time, but recently I found a new link from Google Keep's site.  If you are an Android-to-iOS switcher and [...]

Posted in: iOS, News
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I'm always on the hunt for decent Bluetooth headphones that are good to use while running, or sitting at my desk at work.  I have enough cords and wires working in a NOC (Network Operations Center), so wireless always seems like a good idea!  I recently got the chance to check out the iLuv AirFit [...]

Posted in: Audio, Video, TV, Bluetooth Gear, Reviews
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LG is "rolling" out an awesome looking portable keyboard. The Rolly Keyboard is a full sized keyboard that connects to a Bluetooth tablet as a stand, and then folds up into a an easy-to-carry stick that fits into any bag or pocket.  It supports tablets with displays up to 10 inches in diameter. It runs off of [...]

Posted in: News, Tablets, Ultra Portables
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Logitech-MX-Anywhere2-Review-1

Call me the computer mouse queen - I love trying out new mice for all of my devices. It's hard for me to go without one when carrying my laptop around.  Logitech just released the MX Anywhere 2, a wireless mouse that enables you to connect to Windows and Mac via a wireless USB receiver or [...]

Posted in: Computer Gear, Reviews
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Amkov-Camera-Review-12

Summer here in NY is the perfect time for spending time outdoors. A few weeks ago I participated in The Color Run, which a 5K race that celebrates happiness through throwing tons of color and sparkles on everyone. Since I had the chance to review the Amkov AMK5000 action camera, I brought it to this run to test the capabilities! Note: [...]

Posted in: Camera Gear, Reviews
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Moleskine-Accessories

Famous notebook maker, Moleskine, has come out with new smartphone and tablet accessories. You can turn your iPhone or Android phone into a Moleskine notebook with a booktype case that includes a paper notebook, or just have a hard case shell to protect your device.  They also include universal tablet cases, ranging in many colors [...]

Posted in: Cases and Covers, News, Paper and Pens
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Kanex-Dock-Review-Main

I recently bought a new Macbook Pro with Retina display, and have been looking for a dock to use with my widescreen monitor and various peripherals. There are a bunch of thunderbolt docks available by brands such as Belkin, CalDigit and Elgato, but I got the chance to look at the Kanex Thunderbolt 2 Express dock. [...]

Posted in: Computer Gear, Reviews
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Winston-Workstation-01

With most office jobs these days you tend to sit for many hours on end, which is not great for your body.  Sit-stand desks are becoming very popular, and many of them are becoming affordable for the home and office.  I recently got the chance to review the Winston Sit-Stand Workstation, which comes in a [...]

Posted in: Home and Kitchen, Reviews
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Satechi-Stand-Review-Main

For my home office I use an iMac, which normally sits at the wrong height for my posture since I place my keyboard directly on the same surface as where my iMac stands.  It would be nice to raise it up a bit, and also add a small USB hub since I only have four [...]

Posted in: Computer Gear, Reviews
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Inateck-Enclosure-Review-01

I'm a bit of a computer parts junkie. When a thumb drive or hard drive goes on a great sale, I grab it if it's my ideal price range. This leaves me with extra working parts around that I might not use right away.  Recently I swapped out an SATA hard drive for an SSD [...]

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Moleskine-Review-10

Earlier this month, Moleskine sent an invite over to the gadgeteer crew to check out a showroom event for their Moleskine 2015 collection, located at the NYU store in New York City.  I was lucky enough to be able to attend the event and check out their new line of bags, notebooks, and other accessories. They were [...]

Posted in: Bags, Gear, Paper and Pens, Reviews
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Casetify-Review-09

After being an Android phone user for a few years, I decided to come back to the iPhone. I went with the iPhone 6 Plus for its awesome camera, big size, and continuity between OS X 10.10 and iOS 8, along with many other reasons.  I needed a new spiffy case to protect it, but [...]

Posted in: Cases and Covers, Reviews
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Wear all the bags!  I've always been a fan of Incase backpacks.  I've used one in the past when I used to travel daily on public transportation, and it kept my tech gear protected.  This past month Incase was kind enough to send me their ICON Pack and City Collection Compact backpack along with some extra goodies [...]

Posted in: Bags, Computer Gear, Reviews
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iPazzPort-Keyboard-Review-Main

Keyboards are a dime a dozen these days.  The feel of one is very important since I type a lot everyday.  I'm always on the lookout for one to use with my HTPC that I keep at home, so today I'll take a look at the iPazzPort Keyboard. This keyboard includes a touchpad that doubles [...]

Posted in: Computer Gear, Reviews, Wireless
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I'm always on the lookout for a great portable speaker to extend music from my mobile device or laptop. There are tons of options out there, but many of them look cheap and don't sound so great.  My post today will cover the Rapoo A600, a portable Bluetooth and NFC enabled speaker. Let's take a look! Upon [...]

Posted in: Audio, Video, TV, Bluetooth Gear, Reviews
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BBQ Dragon review

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To me, nothing is better than freshly grilled meat and veggies at home during the warm (and cold) months. My boyfriend and I struggle to get our barbecue coals hot quickly using various tools, and have to wait well over 45 minutes for the coals to be ready.  I recently got the chance to review the BBQ [...]

Posted in: Outdoor Gear, Reviews
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VeryKool-SL5000-Main

 The Verykool SL5000 is an affordable alternative to other Android smartphones in the market right now.  I snapped up this little guy to see how it compares to my Nexus 5 and other Android phones that I've used in the past.  It packs quite a feature set for an unlocked phone at good price, so let's [...]

Posted in: Android, Reviews
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CaseLogic-Reflexion-Main

For my work I carry a bunch of stuff with me including a laptop, iPad, two mobile phones, a notebook, and various thumb drives, a portable drive, and tools.  I always keep an eye out for gear bags that look sturdy, can handle all my gear, any kind of weather and that I can throw around. [...]

Posted in: Bags, Reviews
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