Computer Gear

brando-microsd-raid

This adapter from Brando looks like an interesting solution to replace or create more storage for a computer that uses 2.5 inch SATA hard drives. It's a micro SD to SATA 22-pin converter card card that has been designed to use up to 10 micro SD cards. Once installed, the it appears as an ordinary [...]

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Gest

Keyboards are so 30 years ago and the creators of Gest say it’s time for an upgrade. Gest is a device people can wear on their hands to control a computer or smartphone. Users can customize gestures for keyboard shortcuts, to adjust music, control lights and adjust sliders in Photoshop. If you have a Gest for each hand, [...]

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Inateckpointer-4.jpg

This review is for the Inateck WP1003 2.4G Wireless Presenter and Red Laser Pointer.  If you give presentations in either PowerPoint or Keynote you need a remote, or presenter, to advance through your presentation.  A presenter that doubles as a laser pointer would be even more ideal.  This device from Inateck functions as both.  This [...]

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dune-case

Do you like the sleek look of the Mac Pro's cylindrical case but are more of a PC person? Well, with the Dune Case, you no longer have to look on in envy. This cylindrical high-grade aluminum case is 260 mm tall x 215 mm in diameter and weighs 2.6 kg. It is smaller than [...]

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logitech-g810

Most of us think of a computer keyboard as a tool for inputting letters and numbers, but for gamers, a good keyboard can be the difference between their character living or dying. Am I being overly dramatic? You betcha. I can't help it because the new Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (wow [...]

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satechi-monitorstand

All parts of my home may not be organized and clutter free, but I try to keep my Gadgeteer HQ workspace as neat and tidy as possible. It's tough for me to feel inspired to write when my desk is a mess, so I'm always looking for ways to keep things organized in my small [...]

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usb-memory-direct-2

If you have ever attended a trade show, you have probably picked up more than a few freebie USB flash drives with various company's logos emblazoned on them. If you have your own company, club, event or group and have thought about buying a bulk order of flash drives with your own logo to use [...]

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oree-wooden-keyboard

Ever dream of having a wooden Bluetooth keyboard? What? You haven't? Why not? Well, even if you haven't, the French company Orée has thought of it. The Board 2 is a Bluetooth 3.0 keyboard that uses two AA batteries and is handcrafted from a single piece of wood so that the grain for each key [...]

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Startech-Triple-Video-Dock-03

Monitors, monitors, and more monitors - I need as many as possible when I'm working.  I work for a network operations center, so my eyes are constantly on screens looking out for I.T. issues, writing emails, helping users with remote sessions, troubleshooting servers, and the like.  Just like at work, my home office needs a decent set up [...]

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luma-1

If you were to stop and think about it, you would find that you probably have more Wi-Fi devices connected to your home network than you realize, and that number is only growing, right? Let's see, there are our computers, phones, tablets, printers, TVs, blue-ray players, game consoles, appliances, thermostats, security cameras, picture frames, doorbells, [...]

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enhance-gxm3-3

As I've mentioned in the past, I'm a gamer. This goes from games as simple as Minecraft to modern FPS games. I've used a few mid-ranged gaming mice and have been pretty satisfied with them, and I thought it would be nice to try out a more budget friendly gaming mouse again to see how [...]

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mionix-mouse-3

I am not ashamed to admit that I am a huge gamer chick. While I used to get by on a cheap “gaming” mouse a few years ago, nowadays, I would not even bother anymore with them. Since moving to a gaming mouse, my game has improved quite a bit. The current mouse I have [...]

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keedox-hub-1

USB has become the de facto charging or input method for many of the devices we own. Nowadays, you don't need to be a tech junkie to require extra USB outlets to charge all your devices. Even the tech challenged have cell phones, tablets, and Bluetooth speakers, all of which use a USB charging cord. [...]

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seagate-backup-plus-3

If you have used computers for any length of time, you have experienced it.  Your computer hard drive or your cellphone dies for one reason or another, and all your files are gone, including all those photos and videos you painstakingly organized into those little yellow folders.  In fact, if you are me, that has [...]

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ipazzport_penmouse1

I have trouble with repetitive stress syndrome (RSS), and I have small hands, so finding a mouse that doesn’t make my hand hurt can be difficult. On the surface, the iPazzPort Pen Mouse Pointer, Model KP-810-38, seems to be a potential solution to the problem. However, there is one issue that makes this pen mouse [...]

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