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Thanko USB Cool Cushion – Cooler Butt

on Monday, May 14th, 2012

It’s Summer time, the weather’s hot, you’re working away and your butt’s getting hotter and stickier with every key stroke. Worry no longer, Thanko’s USB Cool Cushion plugs into your PC’s USB port and the inbuilt fan keeps your derrière cool, calm and  collected.  It’s not going to be a Marilyn Monroe moment, but  hopefully the small luxuryRead More…

Mimo Magic Touch

Mimo Magic Touch – Capacitive Touchy Feely for your PC

on Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011
Posted in: Computer Gear, News

Mimo Monitors has just announced their Magic Touch 10.1″ Capacitive Touchscreen.  While a touch screen is nothing new and neither is video via USB connection, the Magic Touch manages to combine both and can be connected using a single USB 2.0 cable.  Running  a resolution of 1024X600 it’s only fully touch compatible with Windows 7 andRead More…


Arctic Sound S111 Portable Speakers for Laptops Review

on Tuesday, October 19th, 2010

I’ve used laptops exclusively for the past few years, and their speakers aren’t the best for listening to music.  But what can you expect from speakers the size of almonds, right?  My current laptop has the best speakers I’ve had in a laptop, but even they are weak and tinny.  They are okay for announcingRead More…


elgato EyeTV Hybrid Review

on Monday, August 2nd, 2010

The elgato EyeTV Hybrid is a beautiful little USB 2.0 TV Tuner for Mac or Windows computers. It’s “hybrid” in that it will tune just about anything you’ve got: analog cable/tv, Digital/HDTV, and Clear QAM digital cable. It even has adapters so you can hook up a Composite or S-Video source (such as an analogRead More…


Transformers USB Devices from ThinkGeek

on Friday, March 26th, 2010
Posted in: Gear, News

ThinkGeek has some really cute USB devices to make the mundane more fun.  They have a 2 GB USB storage drive that transforms into Tigatron.  Trypticon and Grimlock will transform into 800 dpi mice with 3 buttons and a click wheel.    They’ll work with Mac OS X and with Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and 7.  Read More…