Tag: Reviews & How-To’s

Five Gadgets To Help You Play Pokémon Go

By Emily Prokop from http://www.classylittlepodcast.com/  – Guest Writer Think Pokémon Go is going to get you out of the house and away from your gadgets? Think again! Don’t let the great outdoors stop you from looking for excuses to sneak a few more Amazon boxes on your front porch. Here are five gadgets to help you in your quest to catch ‘em all! Anker PowerCore 13400 Portable Charger While keeping the Pokémon Go app open all day while searching for Charmander  may not make a huge dent in your data plan, thankfully, it is a quick drain on your battery

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Top Home Tech Integration to Consider in Your Next Remodel

Top Home Tech Integration to Consider in Your Next Remodel   By Ryan Martin from https://www.homeimprovementleads.com – Guest Writer While you’re preparing to renovate your living space, go beyond brainstorming how you want your home to look. Think about how you want it to perform and function. Home automation can make your daily life simpler and your surroundings more intuitive, allowing you to spend less time thinking about convenience, comfort, and even safety—and spend more time doing the things you love.  There’s never a more opportune time to integrate home tech than during a remodel. Home Improvement Leads is here

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Hands On Review of the Intel Compute Stick Windows BOXSTCK1A32WFC: Episode II

By Bill Rockhold – Guest Writer Intel Compute Stick: Episode II In my last post on the Intel Compute Stick, https://theaverageguy.tv/2015/11/23/hands-on-review-of-the-intel-compute-stick-windows-boxstck1a32wfc/,  I had run into a couple of difficulties, but it had ended with a positive feeling. That didn’t last, shortly afterward the fit started to hit the shan. Windows 10 Install I had upgraded from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10, which had seamed to go without any issues, but afterward I started to have some problems. I installed Handbrake, to use as a benchmark on CPU power. The app would crash every time I tried to run it. I

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Hands on Review of the Summer Infant WideView Digital Color Video Baby Monitor

By Kyle Wilcox – Guest Writer As part of the Average Guy Tech Scholarship fund found at https://www.patreon.com/theaverageguy, I had three three baby monitors that I considered for the review: Angelcare AC1120 Video and Sound Monitor – http://amzn.to/1mQCQve Summer Infant Wide View Digital Color Video Baby Monitor – http://amzn.to/1mQCWCS Motorola MBP33S Wireless Video Baby Monitor with 2.8-Inch Color LCD, Zoom and Enhanced Two-Way Audio – http://amzn.to/1mQCZ1H All three models seemed fairly similar and as of January 2016, each was selling for around $110. The decision to go with the Summer unit came down to the fact that it had a

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The iDevices iGrill Mini Hands On Review

One of the many reasons I love podcasting is that I learn so much from those I interview.  It’s been a consistent flow of new information now for the last 5 years!  I recently interviewed Ryan Parker (@TheRyankParker) of http://foodcraftsmen.com/ on Home Gadget Geeks 193 (http://theAverageGuy.tv/hgg193) and he recommend the IDevices IGrill Mini (click the link to find on Amazon) and ordered it right before Thanksgiving here in the US for $38.98.  On show 193, I talked Ryan thru my special BBQ Bacon Wrapped Turkey method (https://theaverageguy.tv/2011/11/27/bbq-turkey-and-bacon-two-great-tastes-that-taste-great-together/) and asked him how I could take it up a notch.  The iGrill

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