Paul Tokar

Paul was born in '86 and has been toying with tech since the early 90's. He's a Canadian Military member, a hockey player, thinks he's a chess master and loves trying to console video games and anything else techy that catches his eye.

House of Marley Chant Sport Review

Superior Quality, Earth-Friendly and Cause-Minded. This is the 3-step program to House of Marley. It’s hard not to get behind a company when their products are as good as the causes they support. If you’re not familiar with House of Marley (HoM), We are sure you can still predict what kind of products they produce from the name. Audio! CAUSE-MINDEDNESS …

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Zalman Z9 Neo Mid-Tower ATX Case Review

Welcome back to the chassis review corner of Technology X. Today we are going to be taking a look at the Z9 Neo from Zalman and we are quite excited about it as we haven’t featured a case from them yet. They have put together a short video that will show you around the case a little before we get …

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Singlecue Review – Touch-Free Smart Home Control

Upon receipt of notification that our Singlecue was on the way we were quite excited. This was definitely one of the stand outs from Pepcom/CES 2016 to us and one product we were very interested in reviewing.  Singlecue is a smart home product that claims the ability to control all your smart home devices with a single finger (cue). OVERVIEW …

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Dog & Bone Backbone Wireless Charging Review

It goes without saying that wireless charging is the start of the future now and it seems like Qi technology is going to take us there. Today we get to take a look at the Backbone iPhone Case and battery pack.OVERVIEW The Backbone is a wireless charging case from Dog & Bone an Australian based company that emerged in 2012. …

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Remocam Home Monitor Review – Stay Connected!

As you saw a couple weeks ago we had our first glance at home monitoring systems with iFamCare’s Helmet. Today we are going to take you into Technology X’s home monitoring system review 2.0, The Remocam. This home monitoring system really steps up the standard as far as affordable and reliable products are  concerned and comes from a company who …

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Phanteks Eclipse P400S Chassis Review

When it comes to chassis’ what is it that you’re looking for? Is it size, customization, noise levels or price? The list can go on as to what we, as individuals, are looking for in the perfect case. Especially considering that every one has their own perfect idea of what they are looking for in a chassis. Today we are going …

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M-Edge Beast iPhone 6/6S Case Review – Not Your Average Case!

With the progression of wireless headphones making the mess and annoyance of cords a thing of the past, we are presented with a new problem. Still carrying that bulky awesome phone on you while walking around the gym. Having it fall out your pocket while laying on the flat bench and then having to worry about where you drop the …

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iFamCare Helmet 1080p Full HD Monitor Review

OVERVIEW With security and safety being one of the biggest things people are concerned about when it comes to their homes, iFamCare has come out with a very diverse smart home system that lets you have a little more piece of mind while you’re away from your home. The Helmet, as it is named by it’s shape, boasts some pretty …

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Ergo Air Charge Wireless Charging Review

What is wireless charging? If asked, we would describe it as wireless charging as the ability to charge our wireless devices without having to plug it in anywhere. Simply, to receive a charge by placing our devices on or near the charging station. Over the past while we have seen products that have dabbled into the wireless charging realm but …

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Zagg Flex Arc Wireless Headset Review

Pepcom brought us in touch this year with many new products and companies. Standing out on an innovation front to us was Zagg. They introduced us to the Flex Arc Wireless Headset. Which will be available in February of 2016.PACKAGING & CONTENTS Zagg has given us a fairly plain and basic packaging. Nothing really jumps out at you as far …

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