Larry Geisz

Kontrol Freek FPS Justice-1

If you are a video gamer you know we are all looking for that competitive edge. You don't have to be a hardcore gamer to want to perform well while playing your favorite games. Kontrol Freek knows this and have developed a whole line devices that attached to the joy sticks of your gaming controller [...]

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SwannSecure-4

Everyone wants to be more secure in their home. One way we achieve this is by the use of security cameras. Wired security cameras have been around for a long, long time, but all in one wireless systems are more recent to the market. Swann who has been selling security cameras for a while has [...]

Posted in: Home, Kitchen, Reviews
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Everything Tablet 360 case for iPad Air-1

iPad cases are a dime a dozen now days. They come in many styles, materials and sizes. I have stated in other reviews that I tend to be over protective of my electronic devices, so a case is a must. I currently sport a simple, but effective case to protect my iPad Air. It  protects [...]

Posted in: Cases, Covers, iPhone, iPad, iPod, Reviews
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Plastc

Coin may have been the one credit card to rule them all, but the Plastc card is the one card to hold them all. If you think I am talking some sort of Lord of the Rings cross over techno babble, I blame Julie for her first reference to this type of device. So, What's [...]

Posted in: Bluetooth Gear, News, Pocket Gear
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Billetus Maximus

I see a lot of wallets when I am looking for things to write about here at the Gadgeteer, I have even been fortunate enough to review a few. So, in order for me to write about another wallet it needs to have an interesting design or feature. The Billetus Carbon fiber Billet wallet, a [...]

Posted in: Wallets
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DualSaw Destroyer CS 650 review

DualSaw Destroyer CS 650-1

Although I am not a great handyman I get by. I know my circular saws from my reciprocating saws, my regular drill from my hammer drill, my sledge-hammer from my claw hammer. So when new ideas or technology comes on the market and we get a chance to review it I jump at the chance. [...]

Posted in: Home, Kitchen, Reviews
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g910-orion-spark-rgb-mechanical-gaming-keyboard

In the world of PC gaming a tenth of a second can literally be the difference between life and death. The folks at Logitech know this and have come up with their latest gaming keyboard: the Logitech G910 Orion Spark RGB mechanical gaming keyboard. The G910 Orion Spark RGB has the following features: Romer-G mechanical [...]

Posted in: Gaming Gear, News
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Cardiff Skates S1-1

Skate technology has come a long way since the first patented version of roller skates from the 1760's. Things like polyurethane wheels over steel wheels, strap on skates over lace up boot skates and four wheel inline over the quad version skate. So, where's the next big improvement? The Cardiff Skate Company thinks they have [...]

Posted in: Health, Fitness, Sports, Outdoor Gear, Reviews
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Altego Lunar Mirror Messenger-1

I have always had a fascination with messenger bags, but have never found one that fit my needs. I love the roominess of messenger bags but I hate the lack of compartment separation and a secure location for my laptop or iPad. The Lunar Mirror Messenger from Altego has a solution for my problem. Note: [...]

Posted in: Bags, Reviews
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NoScope glasses Demon serires

Have you ever found yourself deep in the jungle searching for bad guys, or how about deep in space looking for those aggressive aliens? If you play video games, especially FPS (First Person Shooters) games, you probably know what I am talking about. One issue I have noticed when putting in long sessions of gaming [...]

Posted in: Computer Gear, Gaming Gear, News
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GigaWatt SunJack-1

These days, it is impossible to conceive of life without our phones, tablets gaming and other mobile devices. And I would guess for most of us having a backup power source is a must. But what happens when you decide to go off the grid to go camping or worse yet, you end up in an area [...]

Posted in: Cables, Batteries and Chargers, Outdoor Gear, Travel Gear
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Dog&Bone Backbone-1

We have posted news articles here on The Gadgeteer about multitasking phone cases before. To be honest I have been enamored by a few, but in the end I have to ask myself "would I really use this in the real world"? In most cases I would have to say no, the gadgets or gimmicks [...]

Posted in: Cables, Batteries and Chargers, Cases, Covers, iPhone, iPad, iPod, Reviews
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Hydrapack Stash Bottle

Always on the lookout for neat travel gear, I recently stumbled upon this product from Hydrapak, the Stash Bottle a collapsible TPU walled water bottle. What makes this so interesting to me is that when not in use, the hard molded top and bottom can be collapsed together for storage. This feature is a travelers [...]

Posted in: News, Outdoor Gear, Travel Gear
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cube_blue_hero

If you're a product of the 60's, 70's or even the 80's, you probably know the Polaroid name. But when the digital age went into full effect the Polaroid brand, probably best known for its instant cameras faded some. In honor of their 75th year in business Polaroid is trying to make a comeback with the [...]

Posted in: Camera Gear, News
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Elgato Game Capture HD60

You are a gaming god. You have sliced, slashed, driven and shot through all your foes. But how do you share these epic exploits with your friends and millions of potential worshippers? The Game Capture HD60 from Elgato is one way to do it. The Game Capture HD60 is a device designed to help you [...]

Posted in: Audio, Video, TV Gear, Gaming Gear, News
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Ace Bayou X Rocker Pro H3

You have the system. You have the controller. You even have the pro peripherals, but what in the world are you sitting on? Ordinary seating just won't cut it for the pro gamer so, what do the pros use? A gaming chair. One popular model of gaming chairs is the X Rocker Pro H3 from [...]

Posted in: Gaming Gear, News
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HipShotDot

Continuing with my video gaming theme this week, I bring you the HipShotDot, an onscreen red dot sight designed for FPS (First Person Shooters) games. Here's the thing, as I have gotten a little older I sometimes have a hard time finding the sight reticle on the TV screen when playing shooting games. The scene on the [...]

Posted in: Gaming Gear, News
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Cinch-1

So, you consider yourself a gamer. You own the Xbox 360, you have all the latest First Person Shooters (FPS), you're wired for sound with the latest headsets, but what about your game controller? The controller included with the Xbox 360 is fine, but let's be honest, if you want to get to kill level extreme [...]

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GAEMS Vanguard

I like gaming, but I seem to be traveling more and more these days and that puts a crimp in my gaming time. The Vanguard, a portable gaming solution from GAEMS could be the answer to any gamers prayers. The Vanguard is a hard shell case with a 19" LED display built into the top [...]

Posted in: Gaming Gear, News, Travel Gear
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The Loop-2

Stop me if you have heard this one before. You reach into your pocket, bag, or purse to pull out your earbuds and you come out with a wad of tangled and knotted up cable. Sound familiar? That's how the idea for The Loop (earbud anti-tangling device) came about. Note: Images can be clicked to [...]

Posted in: Audio, Video, TV Gear, Cables, Batteries and Chargers, Reviews
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