Corey Foster
coreyfoster
Contributor and Researcher, Kinja Deals at the Inventory
11/15/19
12:23 PM
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I swore (I even specifically told Shep) I wasn’t going to take part in any Shep’s Last Day Goodbyes or Shenanigans. Then I woke up this morning and since then have been annoyingly consumed and distracted by the heavy realization that he is leaving our team. Read more

I swore (I even specifically told Shep) I wasn’t going to take part in any Shep’s Last Day Goodbyes or Shenanigans.

10/31/19
12:11 PM
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Maybe I’m just hard on my stuff... or maybe I’m just too much of a Clydesdale, but I’ve certainly slipped some gears in all my years of riding. For me it wasn’t about the quality of my old components (on my hardtail, the D1x uses the same Deore XT derailleur you probably ride,) rather it was the minute accuracy I get Read more

Maybe I’m just hard on my stuff... or maybe I’m just too much of a Clydesdale, but I’ve certainly slipped some gears

10/31/19
12:07 PM
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I really used to feel the same way you do. I found that it wasn’t about the effort of pushing or clicking, but about the accuracy, speed, and control.

I really used to feel the same way you do. I found that it wasn’t about the effort of pushing or clicking, but about

10/31/19
12:04 PM
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Alright. Don’t laugh, but my primary testing rig was my lunch getter, a magnificent...ly cheap Hyper hybrid bike I got on clearance at a local WalMart for $35 last year. Buuuuut, I switched the D1x setup to my favorite hardtail for several technical singletrack rides. It was the end of my testing, and I wasn’t easy on Read more

Alright. Don’t laugh, but my primary testing rig was my lunch getter, a magnificent...ly cheap Hyper hybrid bike I

9/25/19
7:16 AM
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Fair point. I’ll update. While the Ultralight 2 exists, it is not available for purchase outside of overpriced resellers. This makes it difficult to consider as part of the “fray.”

Fair point. I’ll update. While the Ultralight 2 exists, it is not available for purchase outside of overpriced

9/19/19
2:26 PM
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It’s a variable speed fan that never runs at a high enough RPM to stir up any ash.

It’s a variable speed fan that never runs at a high enough RPM to stir up any ash.

5/8/19
9:04 PM
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Works with both. And you’ll still have memory for one more BT device.

Works with both. And you’ll still have memory for one more BT device.

3/25/19
3:33 PM
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I sympathize with your plight. I’ve been told that a 45W+ USB-C Power Delivery outlet is in development, but I’m guessing we’re not going to see one soon. I’m happy with this being my “in-the-mean-time” PD outlet, but my ears are to the ground for something that will charge my lappy.

I sympathize with your plight. I’ve been told that a 45W+ USB-C Power Delivery outlet is in development, but I’m

3/19/19
9:24 PM
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Most of us already keep a much higher capacity lithium battery in our pocket: our phones. Many of use regularly stick them next to our ears... or necks... or riding right on our backs. I’m sure there’s some risk, but I’ll wager that it is an infantesimal chance. Read more

Most of us already keep a much higher capacity lithium battery in our pocket: our phones. Many of use regularly

11/1/18
3:49 PM
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I’ve got a PicoBrew and a BeerDroid as well. Love both of them. They’re great homebrewers in their own right, but limit your creativity as a brewer. And I rarely get through half a party or pot-luck before the beer is gone. Five+ gallon batches go the extra mile in recipe flexibility and quantity, but certainly take mo Read more

I’ve got a PicoBrew and a BeerDroid as well. Love both of them. They’re great homebrewers in their own right, but

9/25/18
5:15 PM
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The rear wheel tray rotates enough that all our bikes fit securely, but the rear wheels rest differently with center mass either in front of, directly over, or behind the rear crossbar. Which is particularly good news on a factory Subaru rack that doesn’t adjust.

The rear wheel tray rotates enough that all our bikes fit securely, but the rear wheels rest differently with center

9/7/18
12:29 PM
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They’re hiding the price on the product page. Add a red one to cart and it’ll be $880.

They’re hiding the price on the product page. Add a red one to cart and it’ll be $880.

9/6/18
2:23 PM
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How recently have you tested this? Comixology (which actually is owned by Amazon) updated all of their Android-based apps earlier this year to support SD storage on kernels later than Android 4.4. I assume that would apply to the last gen Fire HD 8.

How recently have you tested this? Comixology (which actually is owned by Amazon) updated all of their Android-based

7/2/18
8:20 AM
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My first thought was similar, yet less inventive. “Can I buy a hunk of this stuff to have on my desk?” The answer is (so far as I can research) “Not yet.”

My first thought was similar, yet less inventive. “Can I buy a hunk of this stuff to have on my desk?” The answer is