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Dave LeClair

Games

Valve reveals specs of prototype Steam Machine gaming PC

The internet has been positively buzzing with all things Valve over the last week. The PC gaming company has opted for a slow trickle of information, and now it has revealed the specifications for its prototype Steam Machine PC that will be sent to 300 lucky beta testers. It has gone with some moderately high-end specifications, contrary to original reports of these machines coming with mid-range specs. Read More

Outdoors

FlameStower uses fire to charge devices

We're constantly seeing inventors attempt to create new and interesting ways to charge our cell phones. VOTO is one product we've seen that uses fire to charge our smart devices, and now a new take on the idea is hitting the scene. Called FlameStower, it utilizes very similar technology, but with a few twists. Read More

SideCar lets users attach an iPad to a MacBook

Tablets have steadily infiltrated our daily lives in recent years, and a new product called SideCar aims to put them front and center – or actually, just a little over to one side. It allows users to take their iPad and attach it directly to the edge of a MacBook. Read More

Home Entertainment

Roku refreshes its entire product line

Roku, the company known for its range of home video streaming solutions, has announced an entire suite of new models. The company has streamlined its naming convention, as well as given a facelift to the look of all existing models, which it says will "simplify everything about streaming, right down to our product names."Read More

Rogue Safari DSLR Pop-up Flash increases range by up to eight times

When you buy a high-end DSLR, it usually includes a device called a hot shoe, which allows you to add all kinds of high-powered flashes. However, for mid-range DSLRs, pop-up flashes are generally installed, which greatly limits the flexibility of the flash. A new device called the Rogue Safari Pop-Up Flash Booster adds a high-powered flash to cameras of this type, greatly increasing the range of the flash. Read More

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