Posts Tagged: "Wireless"

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Earin Wireless Earbuds Are So Small, They’re Almost Invisible

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Don’t let the tiny-sized Earin Wireless Earbuds fool you… Although they’re the “world’s smallest wireless earbuds,” they pack quite a punch in terms of sound. The Kickstarter campaign for the minuscule earbuds deliver quality sound at practically half the size of normal earbuds, providing you with amazing sound that’s hassle-freee....

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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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Glance Turns Your Ordinary Watch Into A Smartwatch

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If you’ve been wanting some new wrist gear or are thinking of buying a smartwatch, you might want to save your money. The Kickstarter campaign for Glance will actually make the watch you already own into a smartwatch that’ll synch with your phone and perform all the other functions typical...

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Gefen Wireless Extender for HDMI 60 GHz Review

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here was a time when a living room made space to accommodate the TV — now it’s the other way around. Flat panel blend into walls or sit demurely on cabinets that add to the room’s decor, instead of drawing attention to it. But no matter how inconspicuous, the cable...

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Satechi Blutooth Wireless Smart Keypad Review

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Use a Mac and the included Wireless Keyboard? As nice as it is, I prefer the Wired Keyboard because it’s just as light, just as thin, doesn’t need battery replacement (even though the Wireless Keyboard only needs new batteries once every 7-9 months), and because it has a number pad....

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SLIMMY Wallet Original with RFID Shielding Review

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here’s lessons learned if you lived in New York, as I did in the 80’s and 90’s, that dealt with how you entered and exited an ATM. Being vigilant required keeping your eyes open and having fast reflexes. These “analog” preventative measures ensured that no one followed you into an...