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Christopher Woodruff
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A two bit wacko without a bit to spare...
A two bit wacko without a bit to spare...

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Product Review: Pressy and the Perils of Kickstarter
Ah, Kickstarter, what a wonderful idea. I love the notion of encouraging creativity and removing the middle-man of corporate influence in the creation of products and ideas. Kickstarter has been responsible for the creation of several products I own and tho...

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Rapid Review vol. 5
After a very long downtime, I'm back with a few new toys to review. Arcadia NT90C Dual USB 3.4 Amp Charger - $15 ($1 - my cost) I've gotten into beta testing recently and this Arcadia wall charger was offered to my to try out. First off, dual USB chargers a...

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Rapid Review vol. 4
It's been a couple of months, but I've gained some new toys, so it's time for another shot of Rapid Review. SanDisk 64 GB Media Drive - $120 Portable storage has become somewhat of a fixation for me lately. With so many phone and tablet manufacturers elimin...

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The Nexus 7 (2013 model) - The Best 7 inch Tablet You Can Buy
 Very much belated this review is, but I’m back and ready to
take an in-depth look at the Nexus 7 (2013 model). First off, physically, the 2012 and 2013 model could not be
any more different from each other. Dimension wise, the 2013 model is narrower,
thinn...

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Rapid Review vol. 3
Time for another dose of shortness. I've picked up several goodies over the course of the last few months and here are a few of the gems I found. Philips BR-1X - $79 Introduced at CES 2014, this new Bluetooth speaker from Philips caught my eye at Target. Th...

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Entering the World of Chrome OS: My review of the Acer Chromebook C720
Chrome OS is certainly an anomaly among the OS's out there. The concept of being connected all the time and using the Chrome browser to do everything sounds ridiculous. However, after working with the Acer Chromebook C720, I found myself really enjoying it....

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The Best Affordable High End Android Phone, Period: My Nexus 5 Review
Another year, another Nexus. It's been an amazing journey for the series. We're closing in on five years of Nexus and this year's Nexus could easily be one of the best. Let's get down to it then shall we? First off, while the Nexus 5 is still made by LG, it...
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