Roy Choi is a Southern California native. He has been infatuated with technology reviews ever since he bought his first crummy laptop in the summer of 2000. He's been a writer for 8 years with The Walt Disney Company prior to joining TechnoBuffalo. When he's not writing he enjoys spending time with this wife doing nerdy things. Follow him @TheRealRoyChoi





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Imagine a world of pure panic where debris and natural elements are flung around you. A storm’s strong winds throw vehicles around as if they were toothpicks. Objects feel as though they can dislodge you and your friends from your haven. And while I say haven, you are hunkered down in nothing more than a sewer that is a moment away from being blown away all together.






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The Cadillac ELR is an interesting car. Based on looks alone, the ELR looks like any Cadillac coupe on the road, though it has many similarities to the Chevy Volt. Like the Chevy Volt the ELR runs on a battery pack that powers the vehicle in the electric mode and runs the onboard range extender to burn gasoline to power electricity back to power the car. The ELR sports better quality materials than the Chevy Volt while looking nicer and sportier than most other plug-in options. Though you have to ask the question “does it demand a premium price for the Cadillac badge?”