• Shut Up and Take My Money: LEGO Nintendo Entertainment System

    Launching in early August, LEGO has created a new building set that recreates the design of Nintendo’s original gaming console, the 8-bit Nintendo Entertainment System. Clocking in at 2,646 LEGO pieces, the set includes a lifesize console...

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  • Shut Up and Take My Money: Level Lock Smart Lock

    One of the biggest drawbacks when transitioning to a smart lock is being forced into the limited design options of the smart lock creator. Level Lock aims to change this, by installing the smart lock tech in...

    • Posted 3 months ago
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    Shut Up and Take My Money: Geforce Now Cloud Gaming Service

    On February 4th, Nvidia has pushed their cloud gaming service live to the public, exiting an extensive beta period. Called GeForce Now, it’s designed to allow gamers access to extremely high end gaming machines via streaming. Basically,...

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  • Shut Up and Take My Money: Nintendo Switch Lite

    Announced this week for a September 20 launch date, the Nintendo Switch Lite is a less expensive version of the popular Nintendo Switch that sacrifices size and TV docking for a reduction in MSRP. Starting at $199 (as...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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    Shut Up And Take My Money: Google Pixel 3A Smartphone

    While there’s always been a market for budget smartphones in the U.S., Google’s new contender for that market segment is likely going to be one of the most secure phones (as well an extremely good budget option...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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    Shut Up and Take My Money: Google Stadia

    Announced recently, Google is attempting to perfect the ability to stream games into your home without having to invest lots of money into hardware. Called Google Stadia, games will run on servers within Google’s data centers. Players will connect...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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    Shut Up and Take My Money: Roku Premiere (4K)

    Roku is leading the pack again in terms of value. Announced today, the new Roku Premiere brings 4K streaming to your HDTV for just under $40. The Roku Premiere supports HDR10 for HDR streaming (doesn’t include Dolby Vision support) and...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    Shut Up and Take My Money: Commodore 64 Mini

    For anyone that grew up in the early eighties, the Commodore 64 was one of the early home platforms enjoyed by the video gaming community (before Nintendo rolled out the original NES). The C64 was immensely popular with...

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  • Shut Up and Take My Money: Owl Car Cam

    There are tons of dashcams on the market, but there aren’t a ton of dashcams that use 4G LTE to offer a live view at any time. BlackVue is one company that offers those type of Dashcams,...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    Shut Up And Take My Money: Handheld Oregon Trail Game

    Playing off the nostalgia of growing up in the late Eighties / early Nineties, Target is selling an exclusive electronic gizmo that puts an old, familiar game in the palm of your hand. The handheld Oregon Trail...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    6 Inexpensive Items to Upgrade Your Living Room this Weekend

    Nothing like winter-weather-induced cabin fever to get your home decorating juices flowing. Spurred on by your utter contempt for everything you currently own, these inexpensive living room decorating tips will keep both your local donation center and...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Shut Up and Take My Money: Nintendo SNES Classic

    Following up on the rampant success of the NES Classic, Nintendo is probably going to drive consumers crazy again trying to find the SNES Classic on store shelves at the end of September. Outfitted with more than 20 games, the SNES...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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