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Gadgets w/ Gregg :: August 9, 2017

Gadgets w/ Gregg :: August 9, 2017

By Gregg Ellman (@Greggellman) Back to school shopping lists in my day included pens, pencils and notebook paper. These days your list is a lot more modern and tech related. Here are a few items that would make great additions to any back-to-school shopping list. The USB Logitech K840 mechanical keyboard is pretty much the last keyboard [...]

Gadgets w/ Gregg :: August 2, 2017

Gadgets w/ Gregg :: August 2, 2017

By Gregg Ellman (@Greggellman) The Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet with Alexa is a great little tablet, especially combined with an Amazon Prime membership. Since I’m a longtime iPad owner, I’m familiar with the Apple app store and I was happy to see The Amazon app store works much the same and just as easy. I download a few apps I use on my [...]

Gadgets w/ Gregg :: July 26, 2017

Gadgets w/ Gregg :: July 26, 2017

By Gregg Ellman (@Greggellman) The pocket-sized (4.0-by-2.0-by-0.6-inches) Alcomate Revo is a tremendous device for accurately reading an individual’s blood alcohol level so hopefully they don’t rely on judgment alone. Since I really have no experience with using portable breathalyzers, I did some research and found that often pocket [...]

Gadgets w/ Gregg :: July 19, 2017

Gadgets w/ Gregg :: July 19, 2017

By Gregg Ellman (@Greggellman) Often readers ask me if they really need an item I’ve mentioned previously. For the most part, I won’t decide that for people. But in the case of the Orbit Bluetooth key finder, don’t bother emailing me because yes, you need it. My wife will tell you I need it. Using the Orbit is simple; just attach it [...]

Gadgets w/ Gregg :: June 12, 2017

Gadgets w/ Gregg :: June 12, 2017

by Gregg Ellman (@greggellman) A recent press release couldn’t have said it better about a new security camera from Momentum. “The new Momentum WiFi camera is the under $50, effective and reliable solution to personal home property and loved one monitoring.” I stress to readers over and over, one of the most important features in [...]

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