OK, I’ll admit to a fascination with robotic floor cleaners. I’ve owned a Roomba since 2006, so when I had the opportunity to review the Mint Automated Floor Cleaner from Evolution Robotics, I eagerly volunteered. The Mint would address a limitation of the Roomba, because it is targeted specifically at hard surface floors, something the [...]
Are you tired of hearing and/or reading about Apple’s newest edition to the Cupertino family? No? Well, me either…BUT, if you’d like to divert your attention for a bit, Record-O-Clip may be an equally worthy investment!
Over the years, The Gadgeteer has reviewed a couple of Kill-A-Watt products – most recently, the Kill-A-Watt EZ by Julie. Now P3 International is offering the Kill-A-Watt PS, a powerstrip that protects your equipment while monitoring their energy usage. Instead of monitoring a single device, the powerstrip collects data from all devices plugged in to the six regular [...]
The Pet ‘n’ People water dispenser is a cost-effective way to have safe, clean drinking water without filling up the landfill with plastic bottles. It dispenses cool, hot, or room temperature water, and it can use 3 or 5 gallon bottles – just what you’d expect from a water dispenser. What you don’t expect is [...]
Recently, Julie posted that she still gets a lot of interest in the old MailStation email device more than ten years after it was reviewed. People still want to provide some method for getting email to older relatives who have no interest in using a computer. The HP Printing Mailbox uses the Presto service used [...]
Since I first heard about how germs spray all around your bathroom when you flush, I’ve been a little icked out by the thought that my toothbrush is stored in there. A couple of years ago, I got a countertop UV sanitizer that stores and sanitizes my family’s toothbrushes. When Julie offered the Zapi UV [...]