Jackie Cheng

Sony Ericsson Stereo Bluetooth HBH-IS800 Headset Review

Like many people, I own quite a few headphones.  These days all handheld devices we purchase come with a free corded headphone which most of the time are of crappy sound quality.   But what if I want great quality sound but without the mess of a snaking cable dangling down to my Bluetooth enabled media …

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UBoard USB Multi-Board Keyboard/Monitor Stand Review

Like most Gadgeteers, I have multiple laptops, monitors, and assorted tech cluttered on my desk.  I’ve always searched for many different ways of organizing my desk space.  That’s where the U-Board USB Multi-Board from Pyramid Distribution comes in.  I’ve always wanted a small second shelf, like a mini-hutch, for my glass desk.  The problem is …

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ScanSound Right-BUD Stereo Headset for iPhone Review

Like many states, it’s the law to use hands-free headsets when driving.  I always like using bluetooth headsets but it gets annoying when I forget to charge it or it just runs out of battery right when I’m in the middle of a call.  The iPhone’s two-eared stereo headset is ok for music and the …

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Brando Tiny USB Rechargeable RC Helicopter Review

Remote control cars are so 80s and are being replaced by those remote control helicopters that we see everywhere in mall kiosks.  Most of the ones out there are built with foam or thin plastic bodies to keep them light.  And we all know how they always end up with inexperienced “pilots”.  Those light foam …

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Pelican Memory Card Case Review

Flash memory cards has been around since 1990s starting with the PCMCIA format followed by smart media and compact flash formats.  Nowadays the common memory cards are compact flash, SD, memory stick, and xD.  The most popular one being SD (Secure Digital) which is widely used in digital camera, mobile phone, GPS, PDAs, media players, …

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3G Video Calling Technology

The first citywide commercial mobile network was launched in Japan in 1979 by mobile carrier NTT.  In the 1980s, the 1G generation cellular network had been automated and started to get into mainstream commercialization.  Most of you remember them being big and bulky like holding a brick.  Back then network coverage was small and the …

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