Posts Categorized: Gadgets

The Razer Edge Pro

2013 has already brought a great deal of gadgetry to the table, shocking consumers with new improved i-phones, 80 inch razor thin television/computer screens and the ever popular but controversial Google Glass. Promises of the X-box 1 and the Playstation 4 already has gamers pleading their cases and proving their loyalties to said consoles. However,… Read more »

Google Announces Chromecast

Poised to compete with AppleTV and Roku, Google announced Google Chromecast on Wednesday, a new pint sized $35 device that streams content from your computer, tablets, and smart devices directly to your television. The slogan states that the product is “the easiest way to watch online video on your TV.” During a press conference, Google… Read more »

Nixon Watch Preview 2013

  While the world famous Nixon brand is much more than a watch company, millions of fans/consumers are constantly being taunted by what new designs or retro come-backs the Nixon watch gods drop on us next. This past year brought us the popular champagne gold color way,  increased the canvas band selection and introduced the… Read more »

Traktor DJ iPad App

While the Traktor DJ iPad App may have DJ purists collectively rolling their eyes, there’s little denying how much fun it can be either. Available through the Apple App Store, Traktor DJ is designed to offer amateur spinners a gateway into mixing, something previously impossible to do before shelling out for expensive equipment. Even longtime… Read more »

Ableton Push: The Next Big Midi-Controller?

Berlin based music software company Ableton has recently released their first midi-controller, the Ableton Push. The Push resembles the popular Akai APC-40 as it features a pad heavy interface where users can program loops and “hits” through Abelton’s figurehead software “Ableton Live”. Push was built specifically with Abelton’s new Live software in mind and the… Read more »

Worst Things for Sale: A Treasury of All that is Wrong

Drew of Toothpaste for Dinner has a new blog entitled which documents the newer and the more beloved atrocities that we as humans have somehow put forward into circulation. I have fortunately not heard of a lot of these things, like a make your own dildo kit, but now that I know I feel like I… Read more »

Sonos Playbar Revolutionizes Home Audio

Sonos recently launched their home audio product the Sonos Playbar. The sound bar is designed for home movie systems as well as music. The great thing about the Playbar is that it is completely wireless and can be synced up to most media devices like laptops, iPods, and iPhones. Once synced the Sonos recognizes when… Read more »

These Headphones Blow Beats out of the Water

So I’ve been sporting a pair of Beats by Dre since the headphones burst onto the scene a couple years back. Unfortunately I left them on a train during my most recent trip to Chicago. I started checking online to see if there were any cheaper alternatives to the now absurdly popular Beats. I was… Read more »

Lomography Releases New Line of Products

Just when you thought the days of film cameras were over, a resurgence of viewfinders and lens protectors have emerged from obscurity, back into the public eye. Lomography cameras  being one of the most prevalent types to become popular, which have been around since the early nineties. What makes Lomography so special is that it involves a community… Read more »