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    by Published on 06-15-2013 09:50 PM
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    Tech Armor Ballistic Glass Premium Screen Protector for the Samsung Galaxy S4


    Hey everyone, shadowhunter here, and Iím here to present another review relating to the Samsung Galaxy S4. This time, we enter a territory that most people would scoff at. For me, this territory is an electronics conundrum, really. If anyone knows me really well, they know that I am absolutely crazy about keeping my devices in pristine condition, because when I use the device and then upgrade to something bigger and better later, I like to resell the item back to a place like eBay and make a bit of money back. The conundrum here is that while I want my device to look pristine, I feel that screen protectors do a terrible job at it because you get a loss of feeling and sensitivity.

    Enter the ballistic glass protector. Iíll be going into the more technical details later about how it actually works. This thing blows my mind, and admittedly I scoffed at the idea of a glass protector, thinking it even worse off than a plastic film protector. My results after installing it? They are down below.

    by Published on 06-04-2013 05:46 PM
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    Hey everyone, it certainly has been a long time since I set foot on the blogs. I've been held back by school, and a lot of other obligations that came forward. I've been meaning to write something, and now that I actually have a decent little device to write about, why not take the chance?

    The Verizon Samsung Galaxy S4 launched on May 23 here in the United States. I paid some $200 for the device, and a little more for the activation fees and whatnot. After spending a lot of time with the device, I honestly cannot believe I lived without a smartphone. Please note, that this is actually my very first smartphone, considering I was on an almost ancient feature phone (or, dumb phone) that was discontinued in 2007, and support almost does not cover it.
    by Published on 02-07-2012 07:14 PM
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    The Saber Project
    I started working with Xan at the end of October, beginning of November. I was looking for a saber smith that could make a saber, with a few little features here and there, at a college affordable budget. He whispered me, and wanted to know what I wanted in the saber. My saber currently contains:

    -Custom shroudwork
    -Windowed emitter
    -Hasbro economy sound
    -An accent LED
    -Illuminated AV switch
    -Custom paint job
    -Red Main LED
    by Published on 07-28-2011 10:48 PM
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    So! As many of you may have heard, the Nintendo 3DS has received a price cut. This is apparently the first price cut in history that happened in the shortest amount of time since launch. Only four months have passed, and Nintendo has already had to offer a $80 price cut, about 40% of the original $250.

    What does it mean? For users that paid in full, they will become "Nintendo Ambassadors." They will get some NES games before the public release on eShop. These games include The Legend of Zelda, Mario Bros., and other high profile titles. Later in the year, by the end of 2011, Ambassadors will also receive a set of ten GBA titles that will not be released to the public, including popular titles like Metroid Fusion, and Super Mario Advance 3: Yoshi's Island. The total ticker is 20 games. All this is possible by logging onto the Nintendo 3DS eShop on August 11th at least once, by 11:59PM. ...
    by Published on 05-20-2011 06:28 PM
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    Hey guys, this review is long overdue, and will be brief. It pertains to the Wood R4i Gold that was made from R4i DSN, found here. This sample was provided to me by Lightake, one of DSDatabase's sponsors.

    Build Quality

    The team responsible for this cartridge did a pretty good job on the casing itself. It's extremely sturdy and it was made to last. It's pretty hard to pry apart. To distinguish this one, look at the back for its red PCB. I threw this thing around on the concrete, my walls, from the top of the stairs, and tali-ho! It still works! (And yes, I DID throw it around)

    Still looks like the R4i that I knew

    Stay on the lookout for a red PCB!
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