Julie Strietelmeier

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It's a cloudless night with a full moon and you're driving along a deserted road in the middle of nowhere with thick forest on both sides of the road. With the windows rolled down you can hear your tires crunching over the gravel as you drive slowly. The sound almost puts you into a trance but [...]

Posted in: Camera Gear, Car Gear, Reviews
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timeswirl

Today we have 16 reviews that have been updated for your viewing pleasure. Click through to see a list of updated reviews and then scroll to the bottom of each of the listed reviews to read the latest update. ReadyCap Camera Lens Cap Holder review by Andy Jacobs Kaufmann Mercantile EDC Kit review by Andy [...]

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ergo-desktop-kangaroo-pro-1

Sitting all day in front of a computer is both monotonous and unhealthy. That's why sit-stand desks are gaining in popularity. The ability to quickly switch from sitting to standing is a great way to burn a few extra calories, improve circulation, help with back problems and more. Last month I reviewed my first standing [...]

Posted in: Home, Kitchen, Reviews
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kinekt-gear-necklace

Many people may consider wearables like the Fitbit Charge HR to be tech bling, but for real geek jewelry, the Kinekt Design’s Gear Ring and new Kinekt Gear Necklace are the real thing. We reviewed the Gear Ring five years ago and now Kinekt is offering a necklace which is styled for the fairer sex. The Gear Necklace is made from brushed stainless [...]

Posted in: Miscellaneous, News
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helpwanted

It's been over a year since I posted my last help wanted notice asking for people to try out for a spot on our growing team of crazy gadget loving geeks. Right now I have 2-4 spots to fill. Do you have what it takes to fill one of them? Let's get this out of the way [...]

Posted in: News
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The Fitbit Surge is Fitbit's most advanced activity tracker yet. It tracks all the same things as their other trackers, but also includes advanced features like GPS and basic smartwatch features along with an always on large touch screen display. I recently reviewed the Fitbit Charge HR which quickly became my new favorite fitness tracker replacing the Withings Pulse. [...]

Posted in: Health, Fitness, Sports, Reviews, Watches, Clocks
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godoforcs

Liber Primus Games has announced a follow up to its debut gamebook app Narborion Saga. Narborion Saga Book II: The God of Orcs is a tabletop style roleplaying choose your destiny game which you can play on your Android or Kindle fire tablets (an iOS version is in the works). The God of Orcs continues [...]

Posted in: Android related, Gaming Gear, News
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batman-moleskine

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0xMAFtObys Moleskine's new Batman notebooks have been created in collaboration with Warner Bros. on behalf of DC Entertainment. The collection will have four different themed hardcover designs with metallic details. A fifth notebook, featuring artwork from The Dark Knight Returns graphic novel on its cover and flyleaves, will have a limited run of 5,000. The [...]

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week

This week we featured reviews about one of Fitbit's latest activity trackers, the Tidal music service, a trip report to see Moleskine's 2015 product roundup and news about interesting products like mophie juice packs for the iPhone 6, the new Samsung Galaxy S6 and lots more. Click through to see the full list of news, reviews and [...]

Posted in: News
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timeswirl

The Gadgeteer is almost 18 years old. So you can imagine how many reviews we posted in that length of time. If you've ever wondering how products perform over time, these gadget review updates that we post each week are our way of letting you know. Every Thursday we try to post a selection of updates [...]

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aerelight

Last August Kathleen reviewed the TaoTronics Elune Dimmable LED Desk Lamp, a small task lamp that used LEDs instead of traditional light bulbs. LEDs are very energy efficient, last longer than regular light bulbs and don't generate a lot of heat. Fast forward to now and we have the aerelight which features OLEDs instead of regular LEDs. What are [...]

Posted in: Home, Kitchen, News
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The Cargo Works 13" MacBook EDC Kit might be marketed towards MacBook owners, but this zippered bag is perfect for any 13 inch laptop. It offers a separate zippered section for the computer and multiple pockets and Molle strips inside and outside the bag so you can attach your favorite EDC items. Let's check it out. Note: [...]

Posted in: Bags, Reviews
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snappower

Last spring I helped back SnapRays, a Kickstarter project for a wall outlet cover plate with built in auto-illuminating LEDs. The project was a big success and they actually delivered the products to their backers on time, which has not been the norm for most of the projects I have backed in the past. Now [...]

Posted in: Cables, Batteries and Chargers, Home, Kitchen, News
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brickstix

LEGO fans young and old will love BrickStix reusable stickers. These removable and restickable decals can be used over and over again to customize your LEGO creations without leaving a yucky sticky residue. BrickStix are available in a wide variety of sticker packs that range from Zombies to Space, Signs, Comics and more. Each sticker [...]

Posted in: Geek Toys, News
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Two years ago Fibit introduced the Fitbit Force wrist worn activity tracker. It was really popular until people started complaining about irritations and rashes while wearing the device on their wrist. The Force ended up being taken off the market when Fitbit conducted a voluntary recall in February 2014. Now one year later, the most [...]

Posted in: Health, Fitness, Sports, Reviews, Watches, Clocks
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themis

From the "You know you have too much money if you can buy this" files comes the Themis from Solloshi Design. The Themis is a table top humidor for cigars. But it's not just any old ordinary humidor. The Themis is a replica of a Colt cylinder with real bearings and ratchet mechanism and houses [...]

Posted in: Miscellaneous, News
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week

It's time for you to pull up a chair, settle in and catch up with everything we posted this week. Click through to see the full list of news, reviews and articles that were posted this past week. HelloNomad mobile products review Satechi Bluetooth Button Series (Home Button) review Pixelist oil paintings review Satechi Aluminum Premium [...]

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promini

The Magic-Pro ProMini Power Station 6T from Brando is a USB charger that can charge up to six devices at once while only using one outlet. The Magic-Pro ProMini Power Station 6T comes with five interchangeable plugs that will allow you to use this charger in the US, UK, AU, EU, KR and JP. The [...]

Posted in: Cables, Batteries and Chargers, News
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Several weeks ago I posted the first part of this article where I talked about how I would be using a Dell XPS 13 laptop instead of my 13" MacBook Pro with retina display and 13" MacBook Air for a week. To remind folks, I only use Macs at home. There are no Windows PCs to be [...]

Posted in: Articles, Laptops and Gear
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timeswirl

Andy has been busy updating a dozen of his past reviews. This week's review updates include bags, cases, mice and more. Click through to see Andy's list of updated reviews and then scroll to the bottom of each of the listed reviews to read his newest update. Pantech Laser Mobile Phone Review by Andy Jacobs Moshi Moonrock [...]

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