Jackie Cheng

SkinAT Classic Apple Decal Review

The first Apple logo was designed by Ronald Wayne back in 1976.  It shows Isaac Newton sitting under a tree with an apple dangling on a branch.  Obviously that logo didn’t last long before it was replaced by another logo which we all considered as the “classic” logo or the rainbow logo.

TokyoFlash Kisai Round Trip Review

Before the invention of the wrist-watch, there was the pocket-watch.  Developed in the 16th century, the pocket-watch was the main portable way of telling time.  It was only after World War I that wrist-watches became popular after the design of trench-watches for the military.  Now in the 21st century, we can tell time in so …

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Verifone PAYware Mobile iPhone Credit Card System Review

Accepting payments, especially credit cards, is very common these days.  Restaurants, stores, gas stations, and even some vending machines accept credit cards as a form of payment.  But most of the time you see these credit card swipe machines in mid-size to large businesses and not so often in smaller businesses like mom & pop …

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Patriot Box Office Media Player Review

It’s 2010, digital media is at its prime.  We see LCD TVs everywhere.  And I’m sure everyone reading this has at least one LCD TV at home.  And I’m sure we all have lots of digital media laying around on our computers.  But how do we bring all of this media to the LCD TVs?  …

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Allerta inPulse Smartwatch for Blackberry

Much like Sony Ericsson’s Bluetooth watch that only works with Sony Ericsson’s phones, the Allerta inPulse Smartwatch is made only for Blackberry phones.  The main advantage of Allerta’s inPulse Smartwatch is that it displays text messages, emails, alerts, caller-id, and updates (twitter, facebook, etc.) on its 1.3” full color OLED display.  This would be a …

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Universal Network Cable

This Universal Network Cable from ThinkGeek.com would be great for all the IT people out there that are constantly in need of different network cables.  The Universal Network Cable has a selector to convert it to 5 different cable types.  Cable options include rolled, crossover, straight-through, loopback, and T1.  Priced at $24.99, it seems reasonable …

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Gboard Review

Emailing is a very important part of everyday life and Google’s Gmail is wildly popular in the emailing realm.  I use it heavily for work and personal emailing.  One interesting functionality of Gmail is the use of keyboard shortcuts to help save time in issuing common commands like new mail, delete, send, reply, etc.  The …

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Powermat Wireless Charging Review

Like many gadget lovers, I personally own many gadgets, mp3 players, cell phones, etc.  One thing that all gadget lovers can agree on is that it is a nuisance to constantly charge all of these gadgets.  What’s worse is that all of these gadgets use different cables to charge.  Don’t you just wish you had …

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