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reviewed Belkin Ultra-Slim Series 7-Port USB 2.... September 21, 2011
Belkin Ultra-Slim Series 7-Port USB 2.0 Hub
Belkin's 7 port Ultra-Slim Series USB 2.0 Hub is an easy way to increase number of devices that you can connect to your computer. It really is compact and slim, quite a change from bulky 4-port hubs I remember using not too long ago. In fact, it is so small that I've misplaced it twice! If you keep it in a black laptop bag or attaché case, it can be hard to see. The only thing keeping …
reviewed BookArc for MacBook Pro. July 15, 2011
BookArc for MacBook Pro
   Mac users who want an elegant dock in which to place their MacBook Pro while at home should definitely consider the improved second generation BookArc from Twelve South. It's brushed aluminum finish compliments a desk that shares other (currently) modern Apple equipment like the Cinema Display, Wireless Keyboard, Magic Mouse or Magic Trackpad. Sure, you can just put your laptop on …
reviewed 3M Adjustable Gel Wrist Rest Platform. May 19, 2011
3M Adjustable Gel Wrist Rest Platform
   The 3M Tilt-Adjustable Gel Wrist Rest Platform alters the angle of your computer keyboard for more ergonomic typing. The package comes with the sturdy plastic platform, anti-microbial gel wrist pad and a 2 sets of 3 rubber feet. Both the feet and the wrist rest attach to the platform via sticky double sided tape. You can decide between 5 and 10 degrees positive or negative incline, but …
reviewed I-INC iH-282HPB. March 28, 2011
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My company purchased five iH-282 I-INC monitors from a 3rd party vendor recently for about $250.00 each. Man am I impressed! I'd never heard of I-INC and my expectations were fairly low. First off, the price point is amazing. These are "budget" monitors but are of a higher quality than many I've seen. Only one of them had a stuck green pixel near a corner - nothing that warrants …
reviewed Newer Technology MAXPower 802.11g/b W.... March 02, 2011
Newer Technology MAXPower 802.11g/b Wireless USB 2.0 Stick
...it still can't take the place of a decent Wi-Fi card. I built my son a custom Windows based computer and we have it set up in our house about as far away as you can get from my wireless router (AirPort Extreme Base Station). Rather than buy a Wi-Fi card,I thought I'd save a little money and use this Stick Adapter since I already own one. Installation was easy, the computer was able to create …
posted a Quick Tip about QuickTime Player. January 04, 2011
QuickTime Player
Time-Lapse Tutorial      Here is a brief tutorial for creating time-lapse movies in MAC OSX using QuickTime Player. The steps may be different for those using Windows PCs. I highly recommend paying the minimal fee to make your QuickTime player a fully unlocked pro version.      1) Shoot your photos at the size/resolution that you want for the frames of your …
reviewed Canon PIXMA MG5220. November 02, 2010
Canon PIXMA MG5220
   I own an older model PIXMA IP3000 that I've been very impressed with and the MG5220 doesn't change my opinion. If anything, I am even more impressed with its design, features and performance. Out of the box it is attractively designed and has a compact footprint. Installing the software and setting up a wireless connection on my home network was a snap with both my iMac and Windows …
reviewed Epson GT-20000. November 01, 2010
Epson GT-20000
Those of you in the market for a large format scanner know that they can be much more expensive than their letter-sized counterparts. The selection is also limited, with a couple of options around two hundred dollars and the really good ones costing more than two grand. I needed to buy a scanner to replace an Epson 836XL that I had used to scan my wife's watercolor paintings. I was worried the …
reviewed Logitech HD Pro Webcam C910 with 1080.... June 28, 2010
Logitech HD Pro Webcam C910 with 1080p Video
Installation was a breeze, it took less than 3 minutes to install. I am using it in a Windows 7 OS environment. Unlike most webcam installations, this one was up and running in no time. It has a user-friendly and a very easy to navigate interface/menu. High Definition is pretty much the norm for resolution qualities now-a-days. The Logitech C910 I consider is the "high-end" webcam for the …
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