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High Sierra ATGO Carry-On Bag Review

December 18, 2010

What is a roller bag doing a review at The TechZone? Normally, when you think of tech, you don’t have an airplane carry on bag. However, the High Sierra ATGO is the perfect bag to carry all you cloths AND your tech gadget on the trip Disneyland. What makes the High Sierra ATGO ideal for […]

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How To Create a Paperless Office

December 16, 2010

For the past few years, I’ve been trying to achieve a paperless office and a paperless life. I try to get companies I deal with to send me electronics bills. When I buy something from the Apple store, I have them email me the receipt. I try to do all my reading online or in […]

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Evil Sticks Mod for Xbox 360 Controllers Review

December 4, 2010

The video game accessory market is arguably just as competitive as the market for the games themselves. If you take a look at the Nintendo Wii, there really is no shortage of lightsaber attachments, lightguns, plastic guitars, and all sorts of other items that are meant to enhance your gaming experience. The same kind of […]

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Corsair Flash Voyagerport Review

September 26, 2010

We store a lot of precious memories and important documents on our computers, so the last thing that you want to see happen is to have all of these crucial files go to toast. It happens. For some reason or another, it’s possible that you could lose some files stored on your computer’s hard drive, […]

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NZXT Cryo S Aluminum Notebook Cooler Review

August 2, 2009

Just as there are a variety of cooling products for desktop computers, it is also important to be mindful of the temperature of your notebook computers as well. Passive solutions may be more convenient, but having active fans blowing cool air at your laptop is much more effective. I’ve always been impressed with both the […]

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Let’s Tap for Nintendo Wii Review

July 28, 2009

The Nintendo Wii is a video game console that’s supposed to be fun for the whole family, breaking down barriers that may have intimidated non-gamers in the past. Sega is continuing with this trend with the release of Let’s Tap for the Wii. This is a wholly different kind of Wii game, because you aren’t […]

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