Kindle Fire HD Review

Kindle Fire HD Review

Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD is an impressive tablet with many updated features. It packs a punch with it’s brand new HD glare-resistant display, Dolby speakers, and cloud storage. Unfortunately, the Kindle Fire cuts short of its competitors such as the iPad due to lacking a rear camera, including advertisements built into the OS, and the touchscreen is just frankly not as responsive as we had hoped. Will this tablet satisfy some users? Absolutely, but for us we would prefer to stick to our iPads.

ASUS N56VM-AB71 15.6″ LED Laptop Review

The ASUS N56VM-AB71 15.6″ LED Laptop is an excellent choice for someone who is looking for a powerful and versatile laptop at an affordable price. We believe it currently is one of the best alternatives to the new Retina Macbook Pro at a price that is much more reasonable to the average consumer. Do not hesitate to purchase this laptop.

Samsung UN46EH6000 LED HDTV Review

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If you are on a budget and looking for a new LED HDTV with a screen larger than 40″ then you will want to invest into the Samsung UN46EH6000 LED HDTV. If you are looking to spend more money and want the additional features of other competitors such as Wi-Fi connectivity and web surfing then you will likely want to look at more expensive models.

Preview iOS 6’s New Features

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Apple iPhone and iPad users will be happy to load the new iOS 6 operating system onto their devices come Fall of this year. The technology giant announced the upcoming release at their most recent WWDC keynote. In case you’re wondering what new features you’ll see in the new operating system here we have compiled … Read more

Sync By 50 Cent Headphones Review

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The Sync by 50 Cent are a great set of headphones with some unique features. Compared to the similar Bose and Beats models they are significantly more expensive and do not feature the “active” noise-canceling option that the competing models do. They do however offer a killer wireless audio transmitting system that is unlike anything on the market right now. At this price point, you should expect “active” noise canceling.

Overall, these headphones are great and a quality product, but if you are not needing the wireless capability I suggest spending your money purchasing the Bose Quiet Comfort 15s or Beat by Dre Studio headphones instead since you’ll get the same superior sound and build quality found in the Sync by 50 headphones as well as having the ability to utilize “active” noise canceling features.

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