It’s been Android toy week here at Geek.com, and we’ve got no shortage of goodies to talk about live in our Geekout this week.Samsung’s trio of mobile devices crossed our collective desk earlier this week, and it’s been a lot of fun getting to know them. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 edition), and Galaxy Gear all bring something unique to the table, but combined (finally) create the lock-in experience Samsung has been gunning for. The Galaxy Gear only works with the Note 3 and Note 10.1 for now, through a special app that is only available on the Samsung Store instead of the Google Play Store.The Galaxy Gear smartwatch is certainly more feature packed than the current smartwatches on the market today, but with the slightly awkward watch band that can’t be replaced it is hard to see this being worth the $300 it costs right now.Meanwhile, everything about the Note 3 and Note 10.1 devices is a dramatic improvement over the previous generation. The fake leather on the back of the phone and tablet are kind of awkward, but the rest of these devices feels great. Samsung has clearly nailed the thickness of their hardware, and with the Snapdragon 800 with 3GB of RAM under the hood the Note 3 will want for nothing as you throw app after app at it.Our app of the week is Vyclone, which is available for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone for free. This app works with everyone around you to stitch together the ultimate party video, by splicing together footage from everyone’s phones. You take the Vyclone app and record video while at an event, and your footage gets added to everyone else who was using Vyclone at the same event. At the end, you get a much longer video that shows what it going on from many different perspectives.Finally here’s ReBoot, we talked about it for a bit and apparently some of us are more familiar with the CGI TV show than others…If you’ve got a topic you’d like us to talk about on our Geekouts, or questions for us during a live broadcast, leave us a message here or on our Google+ page.