Technology is advancing by leaps and bounds today. So many devices. Some practical, others just flat out cool!

Gone are the days of having to change the channel on your black & white televisions’ broken dial with a pair of pliers, thanks to remote controls.
With the touch of a button, we no longer must flip the cassette tape over, fast forward, then flip the tape back over to listen to a song again.

New Bluetooth, Wi-fi and rechargeable devices are being developed for all aspects of life. Some quality, some crap.
My goal is to educate you as much as possible about these products, so you don’t have to be disappointed by purchasing shoddy, cheap knock-offs.

When people ask where you got that, and where they can get one, you can tell them that you know a Guy 😉.


If you would like to have a review done on your product, please ship it to:

The RSI Guy
9853 N. Alpine Road #207
Machesney Park, IL 61115



8 thoughts on “WELCOME ONE AND ALL!!”

  1. Thank you for this great introduction to your website. There are so many different technology products out there and it’s hard to choose the best. So I will look to your expertise when trying to decide technology products. Great Banner on the top of the page. It is a very nice collage of helpful images that convey the meaning of the website. I will be back to read more next time. Have a great day!

  2. Thanks for the intro! Cool site!

    What kind of products are you going to be reviewing? Do you have much experience with Smart Home stuff? What about streaming devices, like Roku? These are 2 things that I’ve been interested in potentially getting, but I don’t know much about them, and I haven’t done much price comparison yet. Do you know much about these, or have recommendations?

    I look forward to seeing more of your reviews in the future! 

    1. Hi Jordan, thanks for the feedback!

      I will be reviewing electronic devices, gadgets, and gizmos.  The newer and cutting edge, the better.  At CES 2019, there were a lot of smart home devices for every room as well as outside the house.  While I saw much of what was offered, I chose not to delve into that particular niche.  I’ve not personally used Roku, but I’ve only heard good things.  With the competition in the streaming market and the number of players with huge amounts of money to advertise and provide content, I’d expect the Roku’s, Hulu’s and Netflix’s of the world to be around a while, so any investment now should get you a couple of years of entertainment and service.

  3. What a great purpose.  It’s funny to look back and think of turning that dial around the inner-dial to fine tune the channel reception or, even worse, moving the “rabbit ears”.

    Did you see the video of today’s teenagers trying to figure out a rotary-dial phone?  LOL, that’s some good entertainment.

    I look forward to seeing what you post about.



    1. Ha, you said, “rabbit ears”.  Don’t forget the aluminum foil on the tips to increase reception. Lol.

      Yeah, I’ve seen those videos of pre-teens trying to figure out dialing, but then I’ve also seen 2 yr. olds load and play games on smartphones. Not sure what to make of that.  Really smart toddlers or really dense adolescents?

      Thank you and visit often!

  4. RSI Guy,

    Well you certainly piqued my interest… will be keeping tabs on your reviews. Yes, technology does advance by leaps and bounds… I just found a pile of old issues of the magazine Popular Science which labeled itself as the “What’s New” magazine in the early 90’s. It was strange to see what cutting-edge technology was like in the late 80’s. At least two articles were entitled “The Future is Now!” (That was back then. For example, Mac SE, 8 MHz, 1 MB of Ram! Wow!) We’re now past the days when that same technology could be found at garage sales or gathering dust at Value Village (I’ve actually seen one in a museum!). I wonder what they will be saying about today’s cutting edge products in 2040? 

    Anyway, thanks for the great post!

    1. Hi Michelle, thank you for the feedback.

      I know right?! Crazy how far we’ve come in such a short period of time.  I can really see it all coming together, even before 2040.  The advancements in robotics and AI, that movie ‘I, Robot’ is oh-so-close to becoming a reality, like many of those past futuristic movies.

      Hope to hear from ya again!

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