The Geek Atlas: 128 Places Where Science and Technology Come Alive

The history of science is all around us, if you know where to look. With this unique traveler’s guide, you’ll learn about 128 destinations around the world where discoveries in science, mathematics, or technology occurred or is happening now. Read on to see if this book is worth picking up!

By Nathan Kirsch

Sanus Low Profile ELM203 Surge Protector Review

The Sanus ELM203 Low-Profile Surge Protector is an inexpensive way to incorporate surge protection behind any any wall-mounted HDTV or a piece of AV furniture. The ELM203 offers 2,100-Joule protection and EMI/RFI noise filtration at a product depth of just 1.37 inches.

By Nathan Kirsch

Imak Mouse Cushion – Stop Wrist Pain From PC Use!

Designed by an orthopedic surgeon, ergoBeads provide optimal ergonomic comfort at the computer. The unique design works with any mouse while completely supporting your wrist in an ergonomically correct position. Read on to see how the Imak Mouse Cushion does in the real world!

By Nathan Kirsch

Covington-Creations Earbud Yo-Yo Review

The Earbud Yo-Yo is a simple solution to tangled earbuds. If you are getting frustrated with trying to untangle earbuds every time you stuff you mp3 player in your pocket, this is the perfect solution for you. Read on to see how the Earbud Yo-Yo works!

By Ken Brown

Seagate Momentus 7200.3 320GB Notebook Hard Drive

The Seagate Momentus 7200.3 laptop hard drive offers the an even combination of high performance, capacity and mobility in a 2.5-inch drive. The 320GB version that LR is looking at today is ideal for mainstream and performance-class laptops, small form factor PCs and many other small or mobile environments where performance and size are critical.

By Nathan Kirsch

ASUS SDRW-08D1S-U External DVD-RW USB 2.0 Slim Drive

The ASUS SDRW-08D1S-U Diamond slim USB DVD was created as a stylish accessory to the innovative ASUS Eee Top. With its vertical mount and small footprint, it can fit almost anywhere and helps to prevent a cluttered workspace. Read on to see if it performs as well as it looks!

By amy

ASUS Eee Top Review – Touch Screen Desktop PC

The ASUS Eee Top is an innovative, low power, touch screen computer with many uses. It uses an Intel Atom N270 Processor for a solid workstation, and it has modified software for functionality and user-friendliness. Read on to see if it really is all that ASUS claims it to be, or is it just another marketing gimmick?

By amy

Super Talent Luxio 64GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive

Super Talent has released one of the largest capacity USB flash drives available with their new Luxio 64GB drives. Does high capacity mean low performance? We’ve given it a test drive to find out for those thinking of investing in a high-capacity portable storage device.

By Joe Evans

Nyko Charge Station Quad & Kama Wireless Remote for Nintendo’s Wii

If you have a big family or numerous friends that like to play the Nintendo Wii you might be interested in Nyko’s new Charge Station Quad, which keeps four of the Wiimotes topped off till you are ready to use them. We also take a look at the Kama Wireless Nunchuk Controller which provides all the same abilities and features of the wired Nunchuk but without the need of wires.

By Ken Brown

Marvell Introduces Plug Computing with SheevaPlug

Marvell today announced its Plug Computing initiative to make high performance, always on, always connected, and environmentally friendly computing readily available for consumers. With a 1.2GHz processor and a total of 1GB of memory inside the Plug computer this little PC might be perfect for your home network.

By Nathan Kirsch

M-ROCK’s Extreme Zion Laptop & Camera Bag

The M-ROCK Zion is one of the most user-friendly outdoor style laptop computer and camera backpacks on the market today. The bag holds up to a 15ΒΌ inch laptop computer or M-ROCK’s Great Lakes #550 water bladder in an insulated neoprene bag. Read on to see if this crazy bag is what you need to carry both your DSLR camera and notebook.

By Legit Staff

Kentech Labs Ps-Mi Portable Apple iPod Audio System Review

The Kentech Labs PS-Mi is a personal/portable audio device that utilizes Point Source Audio technology with Universal Dock for iPod. The PS-Mi has one satellite speaker enclosure section that contains 3 drivers (left, center, and right) in the top section, and a side-firing subwoofer.The Ps Mi also works on all iPod models including the iPod touch and any iPod featuring a click wheel, including all nano, mini, photo, video and classic models.

By Nathan Kirsch

First Look: Energizer Zinc Air Prismatic Battery

At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, St. Louis-based Energizer announced that they would be releasing Zinc Air (Zn-O2) Prismatic batteries. This morning a package arrived from Energizer, and inside the metal display case was a real Energizer PP355 Zinc Air Prismatic 1.4V battery! Read on to see what makes this battery special in one of the first hands-on looks at the Zinc Air Prismatic Battery.

By Nathan Kirsch

V-Moda Vibe II Headset Review

Forged of premium stainless steel alloy and fabric cables the V-Moda Vibe II is one killer looking headset. The Vibe II also includes a discrete microphone, noise-isolating headphone/headset features, hi-definition sound, ergonomic detachable sport earhooks, and convenient call/music control functions for use with the iPhone and other popular devices.

By Ken Brown

NZXT Avatar Gaming Mouse Review

The Avatar is the first gaming mouse from the NZXT and is has been designed to compete with other high-end mice from the start. With a unique ambidextrous form, the Avatar mouse is flexible and ideal for gamers of all kinds. NZXT has also implemented DPI switching feature allows total compatibility with any game, and the Avatar interface has 7 customizable buttons.

By austin