Pay around $25 to test-drive gadgets. If you do not like the product, simply return it and you are only out the $25. If you do like the gadget, then keep it and the trial fee goes toward your purchase.
If you are not really into the idea of spending $25 a month to test-drive gadgets, you can read reviews of all the latest technology on this website.
Gadget Reviews and News on Twitter
Sample Tweet: “Mario fans rejoice! He's back in the brilliant New Super Mario Bros 2. Watch our full video review right here - http://bit.ly/MtMBXC”
Sample Tweet: “The deal between Square and Starbucks is easily the biggest moment yet for mobile-phone payments in the U.S. http://ti.me/ONdRoN”
Sample Tweet: “In our latest Fit Tech review, @g1nny tests out the Fitbit Ultra for her half marathon training. http://www.techhive.com/article/2000267/fit-tech-fitbit-ultra.htm …”
Sample Tweet: “Running shoes made by 3-D printers and other wild Olympic tech of the future: http://at.cnn.com/2CVT #olympics”
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