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    4.5

    Snugg iPad Air 360 Bluetooth Keyboard Case

    By Ashley Oshiro | Posted May 3, 2015 at 06:29PM

    Recently, the company I work for decided to switch all sales reps to an iPad Air in an effort to streamline our business versus the bulky laptops we used to have. My immediate reaction was excitement, but then the stress of trying to find the right accessories started to kick in. I would...

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    5.0

    Binauric Boom Boom

    By Victor Oshiro | Posted April 28, 2015 at 09:30AM
    One of the most interesting products I've come across recently is the Binauric Boom Boom speaker. While we have become accustomed to smart TV's and smart phones we now have the arrival of the smart speaker. The geodesic design promises full spectrum sound with the ability to record from more...
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    5.0

    Addonics Sapphire Combo Blu-ray/HDD

    By Victor Oshiro | Posted March 3, 2015 at 07:17PM
    We've had good experiences with Addonics and their innovative storage solutions. While an external DVD burner is nothing new Addonics has added the ability to have a hardrive as well as Blu-ray player in one unit. Did I mention it can also burn DVD's? This one solution promises to be able to...
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    5.0

    Creator CI20 Microcomputer

    By Victor Oshiro | Posted February 4, 2015 at 07:18AM
    Microcomputers literally surround us. They are in our tablets, phones, and even watches. What isn't readily apparent is that so many of those systems are locked in. You can write software for them but are limited by what the manufacturer allows you to do. You can link it to hardware, but in the...
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    5.0

    Grand Theft Auto V

    By Carlos Rios | Posted January 12, 2015 at 08:43AM

    With the outstanding release of Grand Theft Auto V on the 7th generation console (PS3, Xbox 360) , generating 1 billion dollars’ worth of sales in the first three days, Rockstar Games was setting their new goal to release the already popular game to the 8thgeneration game system and PC...

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    5.0

    ViewSonic SC-U25 VDI Client

    By Victor Oshiro | Posted December 31, 2014 at 01:30PM
    In business and educational environments there is a move to go to virtual environments. In this setup a host computer has client computers connected to it. As far as the users of the clients are concerned they are using a dedicated installation of an operating system and their interface works...
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    5.0

    Emenince The Governor Speaker

    By Victor Oshiro | Posted December 8, 2014 at 06:13AM
    Eminence has two distinct speaker lines directed at musicians who want the 'British sound' or 'American sound'. The British sound is the sound we like from rock bands of the 60's and 70's who needed a deeper sound with speaker breakup. Lots of bass and mids usually at the cost of highs are the...
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    4.5

    Musi Streaming App

    By Victor Oshiro | Posted December 3, 2014 at 10:15AM
    I got an email not too long ago telling me about the Musi app. I hadn't heard of it previously but I've been noticing that most music streaming apps I've been using have been having trouble with streaming. Currently Musi is only available for Apple products, but I was intrigued that it can...
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    3.5

    Kwikset 909 Electronic Deadbolt

    By Victor Oshiro | Posted November 7, 2014 at 09:28AM
    I had to rekey my old house before I moved into my new house. Over fifteen years we must of had ten relatives with copies of our keys as well as a couple of missing keys. At the same time our new house had a deadbolt key that had multiple copies made to allow contractors into the home during its...
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    5.0

    Userful MultiPlatform Virtual Desktop

    By Victor Oshiro | Posted October 26, 2014 at 11:29AM
    Often when dealing with networking products we look at small office solutions or home networking needs. What if you need to network a medium to large office or an educational environment? What if your business is a call center or other data heavy environment? That's a lot of computers, cabling,...
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    4.0

    MXR Custom Badass '78 Distortion

    By Victor Oshiro | Posted September 18, 2014 at 10:47AM
    In my endless quest of that just right sound I came across the MXR Custom Badass '78 Distortion. Seemingly, distortion would be the most important word in that product name. But Custom has severe connotations to electronic musicians and well, badass pretty much doesn't need an explanation. What...
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    3.5

    Watch Dogs

    By Carlos Rios | Posted September 10, 2014 at 09:56AM

    Back in 2012 at the annual E3, Ubisoft announced a new IP that won numerous awards and was a highly praised by anyone with the right mind.Titled Watch Dogs, it was set to be released the following year with the PS4 and Xbox One release, however it was delayed until 2014 and with video evidence...

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    4.5

    TC Electronics Trinity Reverb

    By Victor Oshiro | Posted August 31, 2014 at 10:52AM
    When I did the Quilter Toneblock review my son collaborated since he gigs live every week. His input was that he needed a reverb and from that point on he kept using the Quilter Aviator. Give it a month or so and we found the TC Electronics Trinity reverb. I'm a more is less kind of guy but my...
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    4.5

    By Jessica Shook | Posted August 28, 2014 at 06:53AM

    As a veteran PlayStation® gamer and customer I can honestly say that the console has greatly evolved since its first generation release. The PlayStation was my first ever console and I've stuck with it through the years through thick and thin, outright refusing to switch to Microsoft’s...

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    3.0

    Plants Vs Zombies 2

    By Carlos Rios | Posted August 24, 2014 at 10:56PM

    When we think about zombie, what follows are usually thoughts such as nuclear weapons, expensive military weaponry and those really cool cars that are upgraded to take on zombies. But that doesn't come in Crazy Dave’s mind. No in fact he has a, unusual weapon. His best weapon, a...

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    4.0

    Canon EOS Rebel T3i

    By Kalea Oshiro | Posted August 20, 2014 at 02:17PM
    I have recently been named as the Chief photographer of my yearbook staff, not only because I know my camera's features inside and out, but I love cameras, and I especially love Canon cameras. They are the easiest cameras to use, and are pretty affordable too. The best model I have used so far...
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    3.5

    Nintendo Wii U

    By Kalea Oshiro | Posted August 15, 2014 at 09:21AM
    I'm not much of a gamer, and not a very good one either, but I find that there are still ways for me to enjoy my past time gaming. The Wii has always been one of my favorite ways to play games, especially games like Just Dance and Mario Kart. If you are wondering how the Wii and Wii U are...
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    4.0

    HUDWAY GPS Navigation

    By Victor Oshiro | Posted July 20, 2014 at 12:58PM
    I love taking long road trips. Two thousand miles over a few days is my idea of fun which I know for most people sounds like the beginning of a horror movie. If I get a few extra days to get to my destination I'll take side roads or smaller highways to meet the locals and see what I can find....
  • Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Trailer Revealed

    By Quincy Oshiro | Posted May 2, 2014 at 03:57PM
    Sledgehammer Games has just released the trailer giving us a sneak preview of the latest installment in the Call of Duty Franchise. Entitled Call of Duty Advanced Warfare and is set to release on November 4th this year. As a die hard fan of the Call of Duty franchise I cannot wait for this to...
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    5.0

    Actiontec Pwr51w Wireless Network Extender

    By Victor Oshiro | Posted April 15, 2014 at 09:46AM
    Not too long ago I reviewed a wireless network extender from TP-Link. What was noticeable with that device is that the further the extender got from the base signal the poorer a job it did rebroadcasting the wireless signal. In essence, you have to be close enough to get wireless to be able to...
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    4.0

    Tone Grenade Pedal

    By Victor Oshiro | Posted March 27, 2014 at 04:16PM
    The three main ways to make distortion are with fuzz, overdrive, and a distortion pedals. I tend  to stick to overdrive pedals for a couple of reasons. First, I can get a lot of distortion/gain from just about any amp or even a preamp like a pedal board. Secondly, I prefer the more singing...
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    4.0

    Lenovo G505s Laptop

    By Victor Oshiro | Posted February 28, 2014 at 10:26AM
    I've been soldiering on with the same Sony VAIO laptop for quite some time. I love the keyboard and the screen is very good which are both high on my list of needs. My son is an avid gamer and wanted a laptop to web surf with and play games. We tried installing games on my laptop and found that...
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    3.5

    Sharp LC-70LE65OU 70" LED Smart TV

    By Victor Oshiro | Posted February 25, 2014 at 10:30AM
    I'm pretty good at taking care of my gear so it shouldn't come as a surprise that my last TV - a 50 inch Samsung Plasma - lasted my family about 6 years of near constant use. That TV is now being used in my bedroom but it was getting time to update to a newer set. New features and better picture...
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    5.0

    Quilter Tone Block 200 Amplifier

    By Victor Oshiro | Posted February 13, 2014 at 10:09AM
    Quilter Laboratories have had a very busy couple of years. They've released amplifier heads, combo units, and now a head that offers some different features you won't find anywhere else. Recently they released the Tone Block 200 amplifier which was a big hit at the recent NAMM show. What is the...
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    5.0

    Apogee Jam 96 kHz/24 bit guitar input

    By Victor Oshiro | Posted February 7, 2014 at 10:58AM
    Apogee's original Jam input device gave 48kHz /24-bit recording to musicians but Apogee recently sent out a press release for their 96 kHz Jam guitar input device. With this you can connect your guitar or other electronic instrument to an iPad or an iPhone. This is what intrigued me: 96 kHz /24...

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