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Posted by Jennifer on February 28, 2014 at 10:56 am
Do you love wine? If the answer is yes, you may have thought about purchasing a wine cooler before. Whether your hobby is to collect exotic or rare vintages, or you just enjoy having plenty of wine on hand for impromptu guests, proper wine storage is a smart investment for you. Wine is a beverage that, when not maintained properly, can turn into vinegar. If you are serious about the quality of your wine, a wine cooler will help support its preservation.
Posted by Jennifer on January 2, 2014 at 10:30 am
Mounting a TV on the wall frees up space in the home and gives a much cleaner appearance, but it can be an intimidating task. To help you out, we have put together a how-to guide with tips to mounting your TV so you can avoid the most common mistakes.
Tags: Flat panel tv mounts, How To Mount a TV, TV Mounting, TV Mounts, TV Wall Mount, Wall Bracket, Wall Mount
Filed Under: 3D TV, Accessories, Home Theater Systems, How To, Televisions, Tips & Tricks, Uncategorized
Posted by Jennifer on August 6, 2013 at 11:42 am
Back to school, whether you are preparing to go away for the first time or preparing to go back, it’s time to make a list of what you need. We did a friendly poll and asked the question “What do you need when you go back to school?” – below are the top 10 answers.
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Tags: Back to School, campus living, college, college life, dorm room essentials, dorm room living, dorm room trends, living on campus
Filed Under: Accessories, Back to School, Computers, Tablets, Televisions, Tips & Tricks
Posted by Allison L. on February 16, 2011 at 09:49 am
Those with an LG HDTV with NetCast (or those looking to purchase one) may want to take advantage of the unbeatable price we have on this LG TV Wireless Media Box!
Let LG’s Wireless Media Kit set your TV free from connection clutter. The kit sends a full, uncompressed HD 1080p signal to a compatible LG TV from up to 50 feet away, even through walls and doors. It also includes 4 HDMI inputs that provide 10.2 Gbps of bandwidth for deeper colors and more to take advantage of the best full HD experience.
Posted by Allison L. on October 27, 2010 at 11:54 am
If you’re a Cablevision subscriber hurting for your favorite FOX shows or are just curious about the dispute, you’ve probably seen the notifications Cablevision is now broadcasting mentioning that FOX is free over the air. Over-the-air channels like FOX are easily accessible with a TV antenna and still comes in HD with surround sound, so you can still enjoy Glee, the World Series, and other FOX programming at no additional cost and with the same quality as a Cablevision cable box.
Posted by Allison L. on April 29, 2010 at 10:56 am
We’ve already discussed some great Mother’s Day gift ideas for less than $100, but now you can make your dollar go even further. You can save up to 50% off select cameras and camcorders at P.C. Richard just in time for Mother’s Day!
We have the best prices around, including the Coby SD Camcorder for 50% off at $29.94 with FREE shipping. This camcorder is perfect for capturing home movies. It captures files in AVI format, so they’re easily shareable to friends and family and they’ll be able to view them without special software. Mom can view her recorded videos on her TV with the included AV cable that’s easy to hook up. The camcorder can also be used as a web cam and comes with ArcSoft media impression software that allows you to edit your creations and upload them onto YouTube. It doesn’t get much easier for Mom to make great movies than with this Coby SD camcorder!
Posted by Allison L. on April 27, 2010 at 14:21 pm
As I’m writing this blog post at our corporate headquarters, I’m streaming Pandora radio and listening to it through blue Coby sound isolation headphones. I HAD to write about them, because they’re really great quality and only $19.99!
Before buying these headphones, I couldn’t listen to music as much as I wanted to throughout the day with my Apple iPod earbuds because they got really uncomfortable in my ears after a while. I normally prefer earbuds over regular headphones because they tend to drown out more outside noise, but I thought that it was time to try out regular headphones anyway. I didn’t want to spend a lot of money on headphones I’d only wear at the office and potentially not like wearing, so these inexpensive noise-canceling folding headphones really caught my eye. I was sold when I saw they also had an earbud combo, just in case I really didn’t end up liking big, regular headphones on my head.