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Topic # 6787 23-Feb-2006 07:22
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Hi All

I wanted to share this site iNods.com that I came across in Jan. I do a lot of research before buying any gadget so that I am getting the real thing and I read about this site on TechCrunch and there was a lot said and stuff...so i gave it a shot and I was impressed.

If you are really making some serious decisions on buying some gadgets for grabs, iNods is one place you need to visit that should give you a collection of good reviews. BTW this is that techcrunch link - http://www.techcrunch.com/2006/01/10/more-edge-reviews-inods/.

Hope this helps all those who love to review their product before shelling out their money.


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Reply # 29146 23-Feb-2006 08:01
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Welcome to Geekzone... I didn't find the format appealing. I really rather use Google and search for the specific models I want to find more information about.







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Reply # 29153 23-Feb-2006 08:38
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freitasm: Welcome to Geekzone


Thanks freitasm I am glad to be here....

freitasm:I didn't find the format appealing. I really rather use Google and search for the specific models I want to find more information about.


I know, it does take time getting used to...but I have come to terms that this site is way more relevant than Google.

Try this: Run a search for Palm Treo 650 on inods and then on Google.
Same keywords, but you will see the reviews on iNods are much more relevant and they are just reviews. Actually I found a review done by GeekZone listed at number 3 ;-)

The fact is that Google is a search engine and I am a big google fan, but inods is a review search engine, so its more niche.


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  Reply # 29163 23-Feb-2006 08:55
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Ok... I will be looking for some Sony LCD TV in the near future and might use the site then...




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  Reply # 29456 27-Feb-2006 14:12
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haha the concept is good... "Inods"

google is still the champ when it comes to researching for reviews ;)

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