Posts Tagged: "ethernet"

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D-Link DIR-506L Shareport Go Mobile Review

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There’s two distinct problems with mobile devices. The first is storage — solid-state memory is a useful addition but it never reaches the bulk found in even a small hard drive. The second problem deals with the built-in wireless technology: it requires a strong signal if streaming video is not...

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Pioneer BDP-150 Blu-ray 3D Player Review

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Blu-ray players are no longer the expensive components they once were. As a result, the emphasis now is less about the price and more on the additional features that add to its basic purpose of playing high-resolution video discs. Pioneer’s BDP-150 Network Enabled Blu-ray 3D Disc Player is affordable for...

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Belkin G1V1000 @TV Plus Review

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 Some reviews are difficult not because of the technology discussed, but because the purpose of that technology doesn’t come across as having any value. We can all say that TV has its good moments amidst the bad — and that’s why we watch so much of it. But not in...

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Slingbox PRO-HD Review

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It’s a given that a mobile device is carrying around video content — smartphones and tablets aren’t “glorified” MP3 players, after all. But there seems to be a disconnect between the content you can view in your home — i.e., on the television — and that which you can take...

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iXP3 Internet Messaging Clock

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The iXP3 Internet Messaging Clock is a unique item that broadcasts messages in what appears to be thin air.  The ethernet port on that back allows you to plug it into your network and effectively send it messages from around the world. As a free service, all messages are sent...