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If There Were A Dream Keyboard, This Would Be It


I’ve been eyeing a particular keyboard for many months now. I wanted to try this keyboard more than a person should probably want to try any keyboard. It had a killer feature that made me want it which I’ll explain ...

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Clair BG2025 Air Purifier Review: Stylish, Quiet, Convenient


Whether you live in the city or in the country, today’s air quality is increasingly alarming. Exhaust from trucks, a neighbor that smokes, fumes from industrial farms and, well, your basic cloud of pollution.

It’s all the stuff I listed ...

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Ingenious Headphones That Don’t Get Tangled


One of the most annoying annoyances a smartphone user deals with is tangled headphone cords. Doesn’t matter if you’re an Apple or Samsung user, a Beats lover or a Bose fanatic. Wired headphones get tangled.

Well, almost all wired headphones ...

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The iPhone 6 Has A Design Flaw


In general I’m a huge fan of my iPhone 6 Plus. I’m 98% satisfied with it’s design and performance so far. There are a few issues that have bothered me which have mostly been minor (very occasional device resets out ...

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This Hairdryer Cuts Drying Time in Half

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The T3 Featherweight Luxe 2i is an ionic, ceramic hair dryer that also boasts of Tourmaline and SoftAire technology. Tourmaline emits negative ions along with infrared heat which reduces damage. SoftAire describes the dryer’s specially designed fan that produces a ...

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Creative Sound Blaster Roar: A Feature-Packed Portable Bluetooth Speaker


There’s something about a high-quality, portable speaker that just makes you… want it. In a way, it’s the ultimate gadget accessory; the perfect compliment to the devices our entire world’s revolve around: our smartphones (and to an extent, our tablets). ...

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Riiviva Microdermabrasion Tool Review

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The Riiviva Microderm is a sleek handheld device that promises smoother and younger looking skin without leaving the comfort of your home. It’s equipped with medical-grade diamond tip technology, is a lot less expensive (starting at $269) and, as you ...

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Bluelounge Sanctuary4 review: charge multiple iPhones and iPads “lightning” fast


I’m a huge sucker for smartphone and tablet charging stations—as are the readers of DailyTekk. Years ago I wrote 10+ ways to charge multiple iPads, iPhones and iPods at once and it remains one of the top 10 posts on ...

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Losing sleep? These 10 gadgets and apps will help you sleep better


If you’re anything like me, there aren’t enough hours in the night to get the sleep in you need. Anything that can help me sleep better is a welcome addition to my routine. Recently, a number of new startups and ...

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Automatic is a car accessory that saves you money on gas (review)


Automatic is something like Google Analytics for your car. It’s a half gadget/half app solution that solves a few problems every car driver faces: wasting gas, keeping your engine running in top shape and calling for help in an emergency. ...

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Dark Energy Reservoir premium USB charger (review)


I’ve got a [highlight]new favorite portable power source[/highlight] and it goes by the name of Dark Energy Reservoir ($129). It’s got the three s’s a portable USB charger needs to win me over: it’s [highlight]small, sleek and simple to use[/highlight]....

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Gtar: the best, and coolest, way to learn to play guitar (review)


The Gtar ($399) is one of those things I knew I had to have the moment I saw it. For those still in the dark, Gtar is [highlight]a smart electric guitar that teaches people how to play[/highlight], you guessed it, ...

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Shoulderpod S1: an iPhone filmmaker’s grip, tripod mount and stand in one (review)


I’m on a mission to shoot more video with my iPhone this year and I’ve got a new accessory that’s helping me accomplish that goal. It’s the S1 Smartphone Rig by Shoulderpod ($34.90) and it’s helping me make [highlight]better mobile ...

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Galileo: a robotic device that lets you remote control your iPhone (review)


I’m a sucker for three things: robots, unique iPhone camera accessories and stuff that makes me say, “Whoa!” the first time I see it. The Bluetooth-enabled Galileo robotic motion controller ($149.95) for iPhone is all three.

The Galileo is a ...

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Nude Audio Move L Bluetooth Speaker: simple, portable, unique (review)


Sitting on the desk in front of my is a Nude Audio Move L Bluetooth speaker and I can’t stop listening to. Or staring at it. It’s the biggest of Nude Audio’s Move family of speakers and that of course ...

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HISY iPhone camera remote: the best way to take selfies (review)


One of my favorite new gadgets is [highlight]about the size of a quarter.[/highlight] It’s called the HISY ($25) and it’s a wireless (Bluetooth) iPhone camera shutter remote that [highlight]makes snapping selfies and group photos you actually want to be in ...

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Withings Smart Body Analyzer: a smart scale with sleek style (review)


It seems like every week there’s a new fitness tracking device, doesn’t it? Personally I like many of them, but my favorite fitness tracker thus far is a scale. More precisely, it’s a smart scale. It’s called the Withings Smart ...

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Revo SuperConnect: a WiFi speaker that screams taste (review)


I’m in love with a new speaker that plays music from so many sources it would be ridiculous if it wasn’t insanely awesome. It’s the Revo SuperConnect ($427) and it’s a WiFi-enabled, beautifully crafted speaker that is revolutionizing the way ...

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Braven Mira review: a Bluetooth speaker that’s not afraid of water


Bluetooth speakers have proliferated to the point that it takes some pretty outstanding features above and beyond great sound and design to standout. One feature that got my attention recently was the water-resistant nature of the Braven Mira ($99), a ...

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Lyve review: the best way to store and organize your photos


Digital photos. Simultaneously the best thing ever and one of the biggest problems in the digital age. It’s never been easier to document our lives but it’s also never been harder to keep that documentation organized and accessible. That’s where ...

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