The Geeks received some Krypton Products a couple months ago then put the products to real world testing. This review concentrates on the Krypton iPhone Screen Armor. In each Screen Armor box you receive two films, a microfiber cloth, a Krypton Sticky (to remove pesky air bubbles) and an Application Card to apply the screen… Continue reading Review: Krypton iPhone/iPod Touch Screen Armor
Review: The SAFE – Encrypted Info Vault on a USB Drive
Secure USB flash drives seems to be a GfG meme these days, so it’s fitting that we review one such product in more depth. The SAFE from Life Link International is an encrypted 2GB USB thumb drive that comes pre-loaded with over 40 forms on which you can enter personal information. The main point of… Continue reading Review: The SAFE – Encrypted Info Vault on a USB Drive
Review: Adesso’s S100 Bluetooth Mouse
Here’s a review of Adesso’s new Bluetooth mini-scroll mouse, the S100. It’s portable, so perfect for road warriors, without sacrificing any accuracy. Syncing via Bluetooth to my WinXP laptop was a snap and I was up and running in less than 30 seconds.
Review: Ballistic Men’s Extreme Black Dial Chronograph Stainless Steel Watch
When Watches Shop sent me the Ballistic Extreme watch for review I was thinking here’s my chance to really beat on a product to see if it lives up to the hype. In case you’re wondering if I meant ‘beat on’ euphemistically, read on! So the Ballistic line of watches have the claim to fame… Continue reading Review: Ballistic Men’s Extreme Black Dial Chronograph Stainless Steel Watch
Book Review: Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution by Steven Levy
Steven Levy’s seminal historical and story-told book, Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution, has just received a 25th anniversary birthday present – a facelift and updates that include Facebook’s Mark Zukerberg, Bill Gates, Richard Stallman and the Woz, Steve Wozniak and a new publisher in O’Reilly Media. If you consider yourself a computer geek, hacker,… Continue reading Book Review: Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution by Steven Levy
Review: Sennheiser EZX 60 Bluetooth Headset
Today, we’re reviewing Sennheiser’s Bluetooth headset, the EZX 60. The EZX 60 is a no-frills, lightweight, noise-cancelling Bluetooth 2.1 headset with long battery life. The EZX 60 is a BT 2.1 +EDR set with compatibility with BT 1.1, 1.2 and 2.0, and the talk time is rated at up to 7.5 hours. Introduction. Having been… Continue reading Review: Sennheiser EZX 60 Bluetooth Headset
Review: InvisibleSHIELD for Laptops
We’ve featured Zagg’s invisibleSHIELD products in the past, and although I’ve used them on my cell phones, I’ve never tried them on a device as large as a laptop before. Here is a review of the invisibleSHIELD for a Dell Latitude E6400.
Review: Dymo Printable Postage Sheets and Software
Endicia/Dymo has a new combination product for printing USPS postage from the comfort of your own home. Called Printable Postage, its 2 main components are a free piece of software for Windows/Mac and the Printable Postage sheets. You also need an Endicia/Dymo account where you can buy USPS postage for printing to the sheets.
iPad Thoughts after a Week
Few product releases have polarized and gained as much attention as the Apple iPad release… even between the Geeks at Gizmos for Geeks. I pre-ordered the device within 30 minutes of the Apple Store taking pre-orders and received the unit the morning of release. Here are my thoughts and opinions from my first week with… Continue reading iPad Thoughts after a Week
Pogue’s Review of the iPad
Sometimes it’s funny that the two of us are in the gadget blogging biz together. The iPad is a great example of that. Chief Gizmateer couldn’t wait to get his, and loves it. I on the other hand, didn’t really have any burning desire to own one. Not that I don’t think it’s a gorgeous… Continue reading Pogue’s Review of the iPad