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This Ocean Wave Projector ($19) is pretty cool. Pretty cool for your next psychedelic party or if you just have a tough time falling asleep. The ocean wave projector creates a relaxing visual display (in dark rooms) on any surface you point it at, mainly the ceiling. There are seven colors and brightness settings. There is even a built-in speaker for playing music but the quality of said speaker is suspect. For me, it is about sleep. Turn on the Ocean Wave...

If you have ever had to deal with a mouse or rat infestation you know how frustrating it can be. They are expert breeders and multiply quite quickly. With every problem comes a multitude of solutions, this one might be the most unique. The “Walk The Plank Mouse Trap” ($25) is similar to the way pirates executed traitors...

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....

Apple isn’t always first to the game with gadgets, but they are often one of the better options. I am sincerely hoping this is the case with their latest entry into the smart speaker arena. Apples latest gadget is the HomePod ($349) which is landing in the US, UK, and Australia in December of this year. The speaker does similar tricks as the Alexa and Google Home speakers but should blow them all away when it comes to sound quality. At least that is the pitch. You simply talk to the speaker like you would with Siri on your iOS...

Want to drink your cold beer without being harassed or ticketed? The Trinken Lid ($14) snaps on to your beer can and suspends it inside of large t0-go coffee cup from the likes of Starbucks, 7-Eleven, etc… Not only does this hide your beer but it also provides a layer of insulation to help keep it colder, longer. By suspending your beer inside the cup, the layer of air insulates your can, keeping it cold in the summer and your hands warm in the winter.  On a hot...

Posted on Apr 6 2017 - 9:50am by gchoe
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Start off with an Original Alexander Love Design chair and make then wrap it in books. Books not included of course. This Gentleman’s Luxury Library Bookcase Chair ($3,500) has 27-feet of shelf storage and even a secret compartment underneath the seat. Not so secret anymore.

There is no shortage of options when it comes to Bluetooth speakers. The Vers Audio 1Q is worth a look from a style standpoint. Specs are ok but aren’t particularly amazing. Bluetooth 2.1, a 3.5mm auxiliary input, 30-foot range, and a 6.5-watt 2-inch speaker. Battery...

If you want a 4K TV but don’t want to put a huge dent in your wallet, this is the TV for you. The Hisense 50H7GB2 ($548 with free shipping) has a 120Hz refresh rate, 4 HDMI ports, 3 USB ports, LAN port for Ethernet, 1 Digital Audio Output, 1 RF Input, 1 Earphone...

Posted on May 16 2016 - 9:07am by Steve M
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There are bean bags and there are Chill Bags. This particular Chill Bag is 8-ft huge. You could lounge in style by yourself or with your 10 best friends. This huge bean bag chair is the largest foam bag available. The 8-ft Chill Bag is available in a bunch of colors and is wrapped in a removable (washable) soft micro suede. ...

Every now and then your modem and/or router gets unhappy and needs a power reboot. While it is inconvenient it isn’t the end of the world, unless of course you aren’t home to do this power reset. This means your wireless security cameras, thermostats, computers, security alarm,  etc… are offline until you return and give them a reboot. Well someone saw the problem and invented a fix, the Wifi...