Posts Tagged: "WiFi"

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Petcube Camera Review

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Pet owners rejoice — Petcube is here to answer the ultimate question: what does your dog or cat do when they’re home alone? Now you’ll know because this wireless video streaming camera lets you see what your pets are up to. The Cube Is Here Shaped like a cube, the...

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BearExtender Turbo 802.11ac USB Adapter For Macs Review

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We’ve gotten so used to having WiFi that everyone’s forgotten the “Elephant in the room,” namely speed, stability and consistency. What’s the point of having a fast connection if it’s not always there or — worse yet — sluggish and running at less than its full capabilities? Those with one...

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LG LAB540W 4.1 Ch 320W SoundPlate Review

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The whole idea behind a “sound table” is to provide convenient amplified sound from the television or any video device that is playing on it. But to integrate as the audio system of a home theater, this “sound table” needs to do more than just cram speakers and electronics into...

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HP OfficeJet Pro 8620 e-All-in-One Printer Review

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hat constitutes a printer has changed radically over the last few years: once a printer printed  and that was it! Today printing is just one of the functions as the technology contained has morphed into a scanner, fax machine and Internet-capable device. HP’s OfficeJet Pro 8620 e-All-in-One Printer stands out...

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skye WiFi Music Receiver Review

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pple doesn’t give warning when it decides to make a major change, and those who invested in a 30 pin audio dock felt betrayed when they upgraded their iPhones/iPads to lightning connector models. And since many of these docks didn’t have Bluetooth built-in, the only way to play music from...

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Ematic MediaBeam Streaming Media Player Review

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lot has been made of Chromecast, Google’s combination of a “Smart TV” dongle and linkage with a smartphone or computer. But the first out of the gate isn’t always the winner, so don’t count the MediaBeam out because it doesn’t have as big a “name.” Or ignored,  as this $29.99...

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HP Split X 2 Review

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on’t be fooled — people aren’t moving away from notebooks in favor of tablets, but they ARE expecting the power of a notebook shouldn’t come at the expense of features only a tablet can provide. So the solution is to combine both notebook and tablet in one. That’s the idea...

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Narrative Clip Review

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earable cameras are all the rage for those looking to document their lives on a daily basis and use photos in their “social media” life. The Narrative Clip was one of the first of this new genre — although it had a different name when first revealed — and fulfills...

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ROCKI PLAY Review

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f you had to take a count of those people who  have audio systems — specifically an amplifier — in their home theater, it would probably equal less than those who have portable Bluetooth speakers. But a portable is never going to match the power of an audio system, not...