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Lenovo ThinkVision LT1421 14″ LCD monitor with Plastic Cover Review

on Monday, March 19th, 2012

This post brought to you by Lenovo. All opinions are 100% mine. Is it possible to have a computer monitor that is too large? I think not! More is always better when it comes to screen real estate. But adding a 2nd monitor to your desktop or your laptop setup can be a hassle becauseRead More…


Boogie Board Rip – Same cool drawing pad, but now with save feature

on Thursday, September 1st, 2011
Posted in: Miscellaneous, News

Remember the Boogie Board LCD drawing tablet from Improv Electronics that I reviewed over a year ago? They’re finally coming out with a version that has a SAVE feature. The new Boogie Board Rip (Record Image Preserve) will have a save button that will capture your drawing and then allow you to upload it toRead More…


Moshi TeraGlove Microfiber LCD Cleaning Kit Review

on Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

I had my Dad over for a Father’s Day visit this past weekend and while he was here, he wanted me to show him how to look up stock information on the web. I loaded up Google’s financial page on my Macbook Pro and showed him how to use it while we were sitting onRead More…


Boogie Board LCD Writing Tablet Review

on Sunday, February 28th, 2010
Posted in: Miscellaneous, Reviews

A month ago Jackie sent me an email with the subject line of “Interesting Product” and a link to the Boogie Board LCD Writing Tablet from Improv Electronics. It looked interesting to me too, so I posted a quick news blurb about it and kept waiting for it to come in stock so that IRead More…


Magic Slates for the 21st Century

on Thursday, February 4th, 2010
Posted in: Miscellaneous, News

Did you have a Magic Slate as a kid? It’s a thin cardboard pad with a dark rubber-like bottom layer and a thin sheet of opaque plastic on top. You could draw on it with a stylus, creating dark lines. Then to start over, you would peel up the plastic, lay it back down andRead More…


Multiple LCDs or one ginormous one?

on Monday, September 7th, 2009
Posted in: Computer Gear

Do you have multiple LCDs connected to your desktop or laptop computer. Would you trade them for this 41 inch wide monster from Ostendo? The CRVD has a 43 inch diagonal curved display with a maximum resolution of 2880 x 900. It’s actually a projection monitor that uses DLP technology. It has DVI and HDMIRead More…

Create a 6 headed monster – Tritton See2 Xtreme

on Monday, August 17th, 2009

TRITTON Technologies enables PC and Mac users the opportunity to enhance their computer capabilities by adding up to six VGA displays with the help of the See2 UV150 and See2 Xtreme external VGA video cards. The See2 UV150 can add a second VGA display to computers at $49.99. The See2 Xtreme USB to DVI externalRead More…


Attach a mini LCD to your computer via USB

on Wednesday, June 24th, 2009

This looks like a neat addition to a gadgeteer’s desktop… It’s the Mimo Mini 7 inch LCD monitor that attaches to your computer via USB. The max resolution is 800 x 480 and it can even rotate. It can be used as a separate display for your IM client, widgets, etc. The price might beRead More…