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Tamagotchi On Review 2019

I just recently purchased the Fairy Pink Tamagotchi On from Barnes and Noble. Here's my thoughts after the first 24 hours. I did a lot of research prior to purchasing Tamagotchi On. Tamagotchi On is also known as Tamagotchi Meets in Japan and Tamagotchi Some in Korea. The Tamagotchi Meets has a lot of bugs which were all fixed for the English Tamagotchi On. The bugs included things such as draining the batteries in just a day or Tamagotchis getting glitched when they evolved. I also read that a lot of people received used looking Tamagotchi On from amazon who had badly scratched screens despite being brand new. Luckily mine was in perfect condition. I don't know if the scratched screens were just from Amazon, or maybe a bad batch, afterall it's been out for about 2 months now so my ...

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Honest Godaddy Review – Why I Left Godaddy After 20 Years

I joined Godaddy back in 1999. Aside from some other free very early websites back in the early 90s, like Geocities, Godaddy was the only web host provider I ever had. And I was perfectly happy with them. Any time I had an issue, which honestly, in and of itself was pretty rare, the support team was quick to fix it. I didn't like the overly sexualized sensationalized advertising, but as a marketing professional myself, I understand that sometimes sex sells. I didn't care - and honestly didn't know - about the questionable ethics of both the company and of its founder. All I knew is my websites worked and it was cheap and that was good enough. So why after being a happy customer for over 20 years would I choose to leave? Because of a few recent interactions over what should have been a v...

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Qoo App Is The Easiest Way To Play Japanese Google Playstore Games On Your Android Device

There are many tutorials out there for how to play Japanese Google Play Store Apps on Your (non-Japanese) Android Device. When I got my Google Pixel 3 a few weeks ago I researched how to install games such as Idol M@ster Million Live. I found a tutorial of how to use Tunnel Bear VPN and create a 2nd Google account and change your country. I did so, and was able to download a few Japanese games no problem... but somehow inexplainably, a few hours later, without me doing any thing at all to my phone or new Google account, my country had changed to the United States. And Google has this weird policy where you can only change your country once every 365 days... I could in theory make about 365 different Google Play Store accounts - but there's a much faster and easier way that allows you to do...

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Roku Express vs NVIDIA Shield TV Gaming Edition. Which Streaming Media Player Is Best? The Answer Might Surprise You.

I picked up the NVIDIA Shield TV Gaming Edition on sale for $159 at Best Buy on Black Friday, regularly $199. I also had a $100 gift card to bestbuy from previous sponsored posts I've done for them. This is not a sponsored post. This is me providing my initial feedback of the device as I've now had it for five days. My end cost was $59.99 Earlier this year I purchased a Roku Express for I believe it was $29.99. It is the most basic cheapest Roku device, in hindsight I wish I'd purchased one with voice controls which I believe start around $49.99. I've had my Roku for about six months. I thought I'd be "replacing" my Roku with the NVIDIA Shield TV Gaming Edition... but that's not the case... Roku is superior in almost every single way. NVIDIA Shield is only for very technical people, with...

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E-Win Racing Gaming Chair Review

var noskimwords = 'true'; Special Thanks to E-Win Racing who sent me this awesome gaming chair to review for my blog. Although I received the product for free, opinions expressed in this article are my own. Pros: Very sturdy! Supports my weight at 5 ft 4, 216 lbs. Has a steel frame, and memory foam. The memory foam is extremely firm, and even at 200+ lbs, there is no "sinking" feeling - it offers great support! Adjustable base to fit your height Seat back reclines to almost any position Cute design with bright color accents. Many different colors to choose from. And I love how the chair's wheels look like little race car tires with rims/spokes. So cute! Ergonomic and comfortable! Perfect for gaming, graphic design, web development, programming, or office...

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LG Appliances Twin Wash and SideKick System Review

Here's a scenario for you: Your kid comes home from school and tells you at the last minute they need their uniform washed. Or your husband needs his suit for an important meeting, or your friends call and invite you out, but your favorite dress is dirty. You don't have time to wait for a full load of laundry to finish. What do you do? LG has the answer with its new LG Twin Wash and LG Sidekick System.  The LG Twin Wash includes a full size front load washer and works with the LG SideKick smaller pedestal washing machine. You can now wash two loads of laundry at once. The large full size front loading washing machine is designed to tackle heavy loads, while the SideKick pedestal washer right beneath it can quickly handle those last minute "need it now" items. The LG Sidekick is

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How to Protect Your Retro Gaming Collection

Are you a retro video game collector? If so you know how expensive, or hard to find, some games and console systems can be. Many 16 and 32 bit games now sell for more than a hundred dollars for a single cartridge on the second hand market. This can quickly add up to thousands of dollars for even a modest sized retro game collection. If you're a serious collector, you may be interested in purchasing insurance to help protect your gaming collection. Did you know you can add your video game collection to your Condo/co-op or Renters Insurance? This way, should anything happen to your home, such as fire, flood, theft or other events, you can rest easy knowing your video games are covered by the insurance. Many people find that researching and trying to make sense of the many insurance opt

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ASUS ROG Strix – Asus – ROG GL502VT 15.6″ Laptop – My New Gaming Laptop and My Recent Experience at Best Buy

Please Note: This is not a sponsored post. I am not being compensated by Best Buy to write this. I did receive an email from Best Buy wanting me to complete a survey (for a chance to win a gift card) regarding my recent purchase. But then I thought, the comments I made in the survey, might make for a good Blog Post for my readers here, especially if supplemented with some info about the Laptop itself. It's tax refund time. Like most Americans, instead of saving, investing, or putting this money to good use, it's time to go have FUN! (yes, I know, not smart or responsible of me lol.) My last laptop was purchased at Sam's Club for around $750 back in 2013. It was just a "mid-range" "budget" laptop. In no way was it a "gaming" laptop, except that I researched and selected a model with a de

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Best Laptops for PC Gamers That Won’t Drain Your Bank Account!

Editor's Note: Today's Guest Post comes from one of our readers, Marie Miguel, who shares with us some awesome prices for "gaming" laptops. Not all of the laptops on her list are suitable for "Core" gamers because some of them have intel integrated graphics cards - however, quite a few on her list do have Nvidia or AMD dedicated graphic cards - and all of them on the list would be suitable for casual gamers who enjoy indie or retro games. Check out her suggestions below, and leave a comment about your gaming rig - or about other great deals for affordable gaming laptops - in our comments section below. If you’re a PC gamer like I am, you want the highest quality computer you can find. If you’re also poor like I am, that $2,700 laptop that you’ve been dreaming of is most likely not going t

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Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge Comparrison

Image via Flickr by Răzvan Băltărețu The Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones have a lot in common. A casual observer might not even spot differences between the two devices. There are, however, some subtle variations you should think about before deciding which version to buy. In this smartphone showdown, you’ll learn about what makes each of these smartphones unique so that you can buy the one that best matches your needs. Body and Screen Size The Galaxy S7 measures 5.61 × 2.74 × 0.31 inches. The S7 Edge’s dimensions are 5.85 × 2.85 × 0.30 inches. Samsung, in other words, gave the S7 Edge a slightly larger body. The difference won’t matter to most people, but others may find a larger or smaller size enticing. It’s worth noting that the S7 Edge only weighs 0.18 ounces more th

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Should You Upgrade From Iphone 6S to the New Iphone 7?

Should You Upgrade From Iphone 6S to Iphone 7? Apple just revealed the new Iphone 7 at http://www.apple.com/iphone-7/ I just recently joined the millions of users addicted to Apple Iphones when Iphone 6S came out. (Though I had wanted one for a long time before that as well due to all of the amazing games on the app store.) The Iphone 7 improves the Retina HD display by using a larger screen that's 25% brighter and boasts a wider color range than the Iphone 6S. The Iphone 7 has a 4.7" screen with 1334 X 750 resolution while the Iphone 7 Plus has a 5.5" screen and 1920 X 1080 resolution. But the biggest most exciting improvement is the camera. The Iphone 7 Plus has 2 cameras - One with a wide-angle and Another with a telephoto lens - each capable of 12MP. They also have all-n

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Which PS4 Should You Buy in 2016? PS4 Slim or PS4 Pro?

This week Sony announced their two new PS4 Models. The first model the PS4 Slim launches next week on September 15th, 2016. This is the model I plan to purchase myself. It will debut with a price tag of $299 and be almost identical in specs to the current PS4's already on the market. This model will be taking the place of these "old" PS4s from here on out. It features a more slender design with all matte finish. The new design is 16% lighter weight and 30% more slender in appearance than the previous PS4. It has rubber grips on the bottom to make it more stable, and it boasts energy savings of 34% compared to the original PS4 design. Like it's predecessor, the PS4 Slim also has a 500GB hard drive. Although a 1TB HD version of the PS4 Slim exists in Japan, they have no plans to release t

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Now Available at Best Buy

var noskimwords = 'true'; I'm really excited about the new Samsung Galaxy Note 7. I had an old Samsung Note 2, and I loved it. It'd been awhile since I'd played with a newer Samsung smart phone so I was really excited to get to check out the new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 at Best Buy's Booth at Blog Her. I found a lot of improvements have been made over the years in this device. My favorite improvement is how responsive and natural the new and improved S Pen has become. It makes navigating websites or controlling apps a snap. It's great for artists too! As a web developer and graphic artist, I would totally use this phone and the mobile adobe apps to work easily on the go. Writing texts or notes and reminders also feels very natural now with the improved stylus sensitivity and responsiv...

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The Benefits of Playing Pokemon Go Outweigh the Risks

I was not into Pokemon Go when it first launched. It wasn't until my mom began playing that I took interest. For a few reasons, first, when the game first came out, there were numerous game crippling bugs which made it almost impossible to play. It's also a rather difficult game to learn at first, it gives absolutely no guidance, direction, tutorial, etc. This combined with the bugs in early days made the game frustrating and a lot less fun than it is now. Second, I'm not one to enjoy exercise. It's not that I'm "Lazy", but well... exercise is "painful" and "tiring" and "annoying".  When I started playing Pokemon Go, I thought how annoying or stupid it was to have to go outside. This was when I was playing it alone in the first few days of the launch. This began to change when I found s...

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