Monthly Archives: January 2016

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Matador creates two new pocket outdoor gear essentials

Whether you’re in work, fun or workout mode, the right kind of gear makes all the difference. You may already be familiar with Matador and their durable products. But for those work-out mavens and those of us who want a comfortable way to enjoy the outdoors, they’ve created two new cool, easily-portable products – Matador Pocket Blankets and Droplet Keychain Wet Bags. Available in regular and mini sizes, the Pocket Blanket’s lightweight material is equally at home on sand, grass…

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Matador creates two new pocket outdoor gear essentials
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Borrow Lenses – rent some photography gear

Did you get a fancy new big kid camera for Christmas? Perhaps you’ve had your DSLR for a while and have broken out of just taking photos of your kids/pets/random objects in your home and want to branch out. You’ve probably discovered the world or lenses in that case. If you want to try new lenses for your camera but don’t have the cash, Borrow Lenses lets you rent them.

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Borrow Lenses – rent some photography gear
Reviews January 19, 2016 posted by

Cheerson CX-33 Sexcopter – fun mini drone, 25 mins fly time, and 720p camera [Review]

Here is our prediction. Quadcopters (or drones if you like) will be getting smaller and smaller, as the technology improves and government laws start to restrict hobby classifications. This Cheerson CX-33 for example, is a small craft with an unusual 6 prop design, which has a great flight time and some nice video features. We ran it through some tests recently to see how it performs.

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Cheerson CX-33 Sexcopter – fun mini drone, 25 mins fly time, and 720p camera [Review]
Reviews January 18, 2016 posted by

Shinecon VR Glasses – turn your iPhone, Android or Windows phone into a 3D viewer and game console [Review]

It looks like VR is still trying to break through, especially now that the Oculus Rift is starting to emerge into the daylight for real. Almost. The idea of these budget products is to insert your smartphone, and use any specially created app or game to enjoy ‘immersive’, virtual reality views by turning your head and such. The question is, are they improving at all? The answer is a qualified yes.

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Shinecon VR Glasses – turn your iPhone, Android or Windows phone into a 3D viewer and game console [Review]