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This is the perfect gift for your enemy or friend (with a good sense of humor) that likes doing jigsaw puzzles – the Micro Pure Hell Jigsaw Puzzle ($20). These tiny puzzles (around 10 x 15-inches) come in black and white and are made by Beverly of Japan. The part I find hilarious is the bit...

Watch out DJI, there is a new kid on the block. The new kid is Skydio and their autonomous flying camera is the R1 ($2,500). The Skydio R1 flies all by itself with no remote control. It is powered by an Nvidia Jetson AI chip, has 12 navigation cameras for obstacle avoidance, and a main 4k camera for tracking a target. the body is made of carbon fiber and aluminum. One of the best parts is that it is...

Hasbro has been masterful at turning an old game into a cash cow – Monopoly. Monopoly has been released in so many different versions it is difficult to keep track. The latest rendition of the Monopoly board game is dubbed Monopoly Cheaters Edition. This Cheaters Edition of Monopoly comes with a new set of rules which tend to help cheaters. Assuming you don’t get caught. There are now 15 Cheat Cards each with it’s own set of risky tasks. If you get caught...

Ever wanted to be alerted when motion is detected in your home, office, or garage without having a traditional alarm system? I have, and surprisingly there aren’t many options without subscription based services. I don’t want to add another camera or a costly alarm system. I just want to know when someone is in my garage for example. The only decent option that tends to come up is the D-Link DCH-S150 Wi-Fi Motion Sensor ($29). The DCH-S150 plugs...

Hard to tell from these pictures, but this hardline liquid cooled gaming PC is just 6 x 4 x 12-inches in size. Digital Storm Spark specs include advanced liquid cooling, an Intel Core i7-8700K at 3.7GHz (can be overclocked to 4GHz+), an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 card, a 6Gb/s SATA port, 3000MHz DDR4 RAM (up to 32GB’s), and three SSD slots. The Digital Storm Spark should be shipping by Q2 2018 with prices starting at $1,300. This is the first time, in a long time,...

Posted on Jan 9 2018 - 9:42am by Russ
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We use keyless “smart” locks on several doors and love the convenience. None of them are perfect, today, but they are getting better with each new iteration. We also use Nest products in our home, so we are hopeful the latest Yale/Nest mashup is a good one. Fingers crossed. The Next X Yale Lock works...

If you are a gadget junkie or live in a household that can’t seem to standardize on iOS or Android phones then this might be your new cable. The J2CC Multi Charging 3-in-1 USB Cable ($9.99) comes with three options – Lightning,...

About two years after releasing the 200GB microSD card (which was the highest-capacity at the time), Sandisk has done it again with a massive 400GB version (SDSQUAR-400G-GN6MA). That is 40 hours of full HD video and transfer speeds of up to 100 MB per second. All of this for the price of $250. Amazing. ...

Just when I started looking at the Google WiFi System I bumped into the Portal WiFi Router. Both have the ability to use mesh networking for expanding out to dead spots. The main difference, is that Portal uses something called FastLanes which enables your WiFi network to operate in a special portion of the 5GHz spectrum that was originally reserved for weather radio systems....

Posted on Jun 5 2017 - 12:02pm by Ty G
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The new iMac Pro is the fastest and most powerful Mac every built. The processing power starts at 8-cores and can go up to an 18-core Xeon processor. Other options include up to 128GB’s of ram and 4TB’s of SSD storage. This workstation is a wolf in sheets clothing and is wrapped in a similar aluminum body with a new color (dark space gray). Video processing is handled by the new Radeon Vega GPU which can drive up to 44-million pixels at once and there are two USB-C ports. Look for the new 2017 iMac Pro in December starting...