Larry Geisz

Gamevice-iPad-air

When the iPad first came out years ago, I thought to myself there's something that has some real potential to become a portable gaming device. Over the years the iPads have become more powerful and the games more complex. The one area that lacked for gaming on the iPad was a suitable gaming controller, one [...]

Posted in: Gaming Gear, iOS, News
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Nintendo NES Classic Edition

Remember in the 80s when video gaming took a major leap from the old Atari systems? You know when 8-bit arcades games like Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, Super Mario Bro., and even TECMO BOWL hit the home gaming system. Nintendo remembers because they are the ones who brought them to you, and now they are bringing [...]

Posted in: Gaming Gear, News
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Soloshot3

Back in 2012, Ian Lim did a news post on a product called the SOLOSHOT, which was a device that attached to your video recorder and allowed it to track your movement wirelessly via an armband that the device tracked. One issue with the original device was the fact that you had to provide the [...]

Posted in: Camera Gear, News
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Misfit Ray

Oh, fitness band, how do I love you? I know it's a little corny but I do love a good fitness band. I have had a Nike FuelBand, tested other fitness bands and now use a Misfit Shine. So I was very excited when I saw that Misfit has released a new fitness band called [...]

Posted in: Health, Fitness, Sports, News
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Magnasonic PP60-1

It is not often that I get to review a product that can be used for work and fun equally. Most items I review fall into one or the other category. What am I talking about? My new Magnasonic PP60 Pico projector. While most folks would see something like this as a work item only, [...]

Posted in: Audio, Video, TV, Reviews
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tech21 EVO Endurance-2

Although the battery life on phones has gotten better, there are times I still find the need to charge my iPhone on the fly. In general, I do not keep a charging case on my phone mainly because of the added weight and size. There is a company out there that not only makes a case [...]

Posted in: Cables, Batteries and Chargers, iOS, Reviews
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Baendit Sundance Kid-1

Let's face it, almost all of us wear sunglasses in one form or another. Sunglasses have become as much as a fashion accessory as they are eye protection. So, how do you stand out in this competitive market? Baendit eyeware has their solution, modular bendable sunglasses. Note: Images can be clicked to view a larger [...]

Posted in: Outdoor Gear, Reviews
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HERO-2

  As a lot of us get older we tend to increase the number of pills we take every day, anything from simple vitamins and aspirin, to heart and blood pressure medications. Taking one medication a day is a simple thing, but what if you have multiple pills to take multiple times a day? Just [...]

Posted in: Health, Fitness, Sports, News
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Zepp&Old Hickory

Spring training is in full swing, and if you have an aspiring big leaguer, you know batting practice makes perfect. Zepp, a company who makes the Zepp sensor that I reviewed a few years ago, knows all about practice and proper training. They have teamed up with bat maker Old Hickory Bat Company to integrate [...]

Posted in: Bluetooth Gear, Health, Fitness, Sports, News
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The Package Guard

If you watched the news during the Christmas holidays you probably saw some video of a package being stolen off of someone's porch. This is an all too common issue during the holiday season and is becoming more prevalent during the non-holiday times with online ordering and delivery growing. The Package Guard Kickstarter project hopes [...]

Posted in: Home and Kitchen, News
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BYBLight E-481-1

What can I say about desk lamps? Up until recently I did not give them much thought, but as I get a little older I find that having a desk lamp is a nice addition to my writing needs. When it comes to desk lights the old stand by screw in light bulb kind are [...]

Posted in: Home and Kitchen, Reviews
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iSolo wireless acoustic pickup-1

Amplifying acoustic guitars has come a long way since the early 60s and 70s. A common form of acoustic amplification today is the Piezo pickup. That style of pickup is fine if your guitar comes with it built in, but what happens when you have an older guitar or a new one that you want to [...]

Posted in: Music Gear, Reviews
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Razer Nabu Watch

Razer, a company known for its high-end, high-quality gaming equipment has branched out to the fitness wearables with the Razer Nabu Watch. Razer has some earlier entries into the sports band market with the Nabu X and Nabu, but the Nabu Watch is a step towards a fully functional timepiece. The Nabu Watch is basically [...]

Posted in: Health, Fitness, Sports, News, Watches and Clocks
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Comfy Commuter-1

As most of us know or have probably experienced, flying these days is not a comfortable affair. The seats are getting closer together, smaller and less comfortable. Even when you take longer flights overseas the bigger planes still feel cramped and the seats uncomfortable. For those longer flights, I have an around the neck pillow, [...]

Posted in: Car Gear, Reviews, Travel Gear
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TYLT ENERGI 6K+1

Traveling with all your electronic gadgets can be a loathsome affair. Between packing chargers, charging cables and backup batteries, you may need an extra carry on bag just to tote them around. TYLT has come up with a good solution to this problem with their ENERGI 6K+ smart charger. DON'T MISS: TYLT VÜ-Solo Wireless Charger review Note: [...]

Posted in: Cables, Batteries and Chargers, Reviews
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