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Think Tank Retrospective 6 Shoulder Bag

Who said well-designed bags are for purses? Manliness comes skin deep when it comes to showing who has more testasterone than another, however when it comes to elegant, sturdy, and OCD proof organization the ThinkTank Retrospective 6 is hands down my favorite bag thus far...


ACTIVEON CX GOLD Review Action camera’s, seems like every manufacturer…

D-Link Small Office Security System with DNR-202L

Join us as we take a look at a small security setup from D-Link. We will look to see how the DNR-202L matches up with D-link's cameras to make a solution.

D-Link DCS-825L HD Wi-Fi Baby Camera Review

If the stork has recently dropped by your house with a new bundle of joy and you're a proud (and soon to be exhausted) mommy or daddy, one of the basic survival items you will need in your arsenal is a baby monitor. Hands down, this piece of technology is simply something no parent should be without...especially if this is your first child. Now that I have stressed the importance of doing your homework before purchasing a video baby monitor, how about we look at one of the latest entry's on the market, D-Link's DCS-825L HD Wi-Fi Baby Camera.

Flir E6 Thermal Infrared Camera

For as long as I've been aware of thermal cameras I have wanted one. In addition to being a really cool piece of technology it is uber useful. In my work at we review a LOT of hardware, pretty much anything that uses electricity. That means heat, and at times quite a bit of it. Wouldn't it be handy to see the heat that any given object puts off? You could isolate sources of heat and cold, find out if one part is hotter than another and get its exact temperature within 0.06 degrees C. For the more analytical among us it would be cool to see if those larger heatpipes actually convey more heat no pun intended. Introducing the E6 from Flir, a Thermal Imager for your needs.

Plextor M5 Pro Xtreme SSD Review (256GB) – 100,000 IOPS and Excellent Performance

It seems that our relationship with Plextor has had a…