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Viewsonic VX2460h-led 24″ Monitor Review

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 There was a time when a high-definition monitor and a large monitor were two separate issues to consider: you bought a monitor that had one of these attributes only because the price would otherwise be astronomical. That was then — now we’ve 24-inch monitors which cost less than an Apple...

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Microsoft Wedge Touch Mouse Review

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We only just looked at the Microsoft Sculpt Touch Mouse, but the Redmond-based software giant is also releasing a smaller, more advanced mobile mouse to meet the requirements of an ever touchier audience. And by touchier, I mean they enjoy touch gestures, perhaps more than even pressing buttons. That sounds...

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Logitech Cube Review

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There was a time when I would have killed to have had a tablet with me, rather than a laptop. But on second thought, tablets seem to be all about being used for entertainment, not business. Had I a tablet when I was covering a trade show back in the...

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Maxell AirStash Review

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Mobile devices are like really, really old people trying to absorb new thoughts — there’s never enough memory left working to contain everything you need. Hey, I remember the first time I added a mere 256MB extension module to my Amiga and how excited I was to have more space...

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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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Apple Mac Mini Vs. Samsung Chromebox (comparison)

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I hereby coin the term: “Invisi-PC”. It’s not quite in the cloud, but it’s so small–it’s hardly there at all.  The term “desktop” seems to apply less and less to the modern computer, as manufacturer solutions continue to lose weight. We now have mini-ATX sizes and HTPC sizes, for your...

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ProSoft Engineering Data Rescue 3 Review

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Through the years I’ve talked about far too many of my shortcomings when it comes to dealing with electronics. Be that as it may, you would think that doing multiple backups of hard drives would ensure that I’d not be boxed into a corner. But I was. Time for a...

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AOC E1649FWU 16″ Portable USB Monitor Review

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A laptop screams convenience as an on-the-go device that  fits as comfortably under your arm as it does inside a backpack or carrying case. However, a laptop falls short in the viewing area department –the “real estate” provided by the screen. This creates the dilemma of having to pick and...

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Xtrememac Tango Bar

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At this point everyone knows the best way to sell an accessory of any type is to position it against an Apple product.  Or in the case of Xtrememac, all of your products play complement to Apple’s line of products. Announced yesterday, the  Tango Bar speaker is designed to fit perfectly...

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Best Deals Last Week: October 31st (list)

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With all the savings we have shown you in the past week we’ve picked out some gems that are still around to save you cash. There’s a great variety to choose from, and as the holidays draw closer now’s a great time to plan ahead or spoil yourself one extra...

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Western Digital My Passport Studio Hard Drive for Macbook Owners

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Western Digital has just launched a new hard drive that they’re gearing towards Macbook Pro and Macbook Air owners.  How so? First off the My Passport Studio sports the same durable, anodized aluminum enclosure as Apple’s laptops, which resists scratching and fingerprints. Sexy, but it’s performance and compatibility that really counts. So that’s...