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Trident Kraken A.M.S. Bike Mount – Launch Kit Series Review

Team Trident has once again out did themselves in the technology to be comparable as “Q” in the James Bond series.  Whether you’re heading out on the trails with your mountain bike, stopping to take a few steady pics on a tripod mount, driving to the trails in your SUV and need a GPS windshield mount for your phones MapQuest, or just on the street with your “man bag” satchel listening to tunes with a wire organizer you can rely on the latest and greatest Adaptive Modular System from Trident’s Kraken series launch kit that has all these perfect attachment pieces.

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The Samsung Chromebook Series 5 550 Review

The Series 5 550  is Samsung‘s new generation of Chromebook . Measuring 11.5’’ by 8.5” and weighing only 3.02 lbs, it easily fills the niche in between a traditionally sized laptop and a netbook. Though the casing gives the appearance of aluminum, the device (with the exception of the palm rest) is actually plastic. The “fauxluinum” on the outer casing is quite convincing, and had us guessing whether is it or isn’t it aluminum. It is easily resistant to fingerprints and smudges, and does not scuff easily.

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Smarter Stand for iPad Review

So I took a look at the Smarter Stand for iPad which is a Kickstarter project. The product claims to the improvement to the smart cover and smart case by Apple, “Smarter Stand.”

The Smarter Stand works with your existing Smart Cover and Smart Case from Apple and allows it to form different angles than without the Smarter Stand. The stand will allow you to view the iPad at a 33-degree angle and a 45-degree angle. But does it work?

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Google’s Nexus 7 tablet doesn’t disappoint, gives great bang for your buck.

Google and ASUS teamed up to create a 200 dollar seven-inch tablet with a Quad-core processor, HD display and almost 10 hours of battery time. Add the high-speed Android 4.1 OS (Jelly Bean) and Google Play with 25$ store credit into the mix and you really have a great product for a decent price.

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Mod Junkiez Controller Review

About a month ago I wrote an article about the controller modding company Mod Junkiez. They offer services ranging from changing out buttons to doing full paint jobs (vinyl + plastic technically). As impressed as I was with a quick glimpse and pictures, I really wanted to get my hands on one to test out, and the good folks at Mod Junkiez obliged.

The controller they sent me to review is a Halo themed controlled. It is based off the dark green body of the controller that came with the special edition Halo 3 Xbox 360. There is no custom decoration, but as you can see below, the AYXB buttons have been changed out for gray versions to match the theme, the D-pad has been switched over to the new version, and special grips have been added to the thumbsticks.

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