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Our Staff

 

 
  Nathan Kirsch  Editor-In-Chief
 nate@legitreviews.com
 
Nathan founded Legit Reviews in 2002 and incorporated the company in 2003. He handles the entire business side of Legit Reviews while also doing the “big” hardware reviews. Other than the site, Nathan graduated from Truman State University in May of 2003 as a Biology major/Justice Systems minor and is currently running Legit Reviews, LLC in St. Louis, MO. Nathan enjoys 4-wheeling (Jeeps) which he has done for 15 years and hanging out with friends.
 

 

 
  Ken Brown  Staff Writer
 ken@legitreviews.com
 
Ken is one of the original gadget freaks. Heading up the Legit Review’s West Coast Offices, by day he works with all sorts of hardware and consumer electronics for his work as a systems engineer for a very large federally funded research and development center. He is also an adjunct professor of physics and computer science and has been teaching the masses the importance of quantum mechanics and string theory for a very long time. Apart from trying to keep Nathan out of trouble, Ken has been reviewing Bluetooth technology as well as acting as a West Coast Correspondent for events such as E3 and CES. Ken enjoys home theater electronics and biking on the beach with friends and family.
 

 

 
  Shane ‘Bubba’ Higgins  Staff Writer
 shane@legitreviews.com 
 
Shane Higgins joined the team in 2007 and does many of the case and cooling reviews since he joined the team. Shane has tinkered with PCs for over 10 years and when he is not at work or playing with PCs he likes to mess around with Radio Controlled rock crawlers. Transplanted to STL 17 years ago our high-tech ‘redneck’ has switched from the engineering world where he designed mining equipment to the IT world.
 

 

 
  Joe Evans Staff Writer
 joe@legitreviews.com 
 
Joe became part of the LR community way back in late 2004 as an active forum member and it wasn’t long before he began reviewing products. He is another gadget freak who loves everything electronic – much to the dismay of his bank account. Joe has a degree in programming and database design from Cincinnati State and works full-time for a large investment firm. He and his wife of eight years have a son and are also part owners of a Cincinnati area scuba diving shop which helps fuel their passion for traveling the world to dive. When he is not working or traveling, you can usually find him riding his ATV, hanging out with friends, or rooting on the Reds and Bengals.
 

 

 
  Dan Stoltz Staff Writer
 dstoltz@legitreviews.com 
 
Dan joined the team at Legit Reviews in 2009 and hasn’t looked back since. He been tinkering with computers since the days of the 486 and started building his own machines in 1997. Currently Dan is working a free lance computer technician though he has a wide range of work history, anything from driving a Semi, working in a machine shop, to selling parts at a Harley Davidson Dealer. Throughout it all he has a passion for computers. Dan enjoys testing just about anything computer related. When he isn’t working on the latest hardware he will try and enjoy a few hours out on his motorcycle or spend some quality time with his wife of nine years and three year old son.
 

 

 
  Bill Hentschell Staff Writer
 bill@legitreviews.com 
 
Bill Hentschell first touched a computer back in 1979, the Commodore Pet plus version with a whopping 8K of memory, full size keyboard, and utilizing the blazing fast 1Mhz MOS 6502 CPU . From that point on he was hooked writing simple programs in basic and tinkering with what this new machine could do. Then came the Apple IIe and affordable modems which is when Bill and a buddy launched “Merlin’s Chambers” a BBS running on two 5 1/4 floppies and a 300 baud modem written in a combination of Basic and Machine Language. Since those early days Bill has always been close to computers acquiring more than 14 industry certifications specializing in network security and has been published in several magazines. Today Bill is an executive for a large networking manufacturer and tries to balance tinkering with quality time with his family. He said he feels that writing reviews is a nice way to check out for a bit. Bill lives in St. Louis with his wife and two children and has degrees from University of Missouri and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
 

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