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Audioengine D2 Premium 24-Bit Wireless Digital-to-Analog Converter

on Saturday, December 31st, 2011

If your computer’s sound card leaves a lot to be desired, you can bypass it with the Audioengine D2 Premium 24-bit Wireless DAC.  Connect the digital-to-analog converter (DAC) to your computer, and you’ll be able to wirelessly stream HD audio to any system.  It’s a high-quality USB wireless computer DAC, a wireless USB-to-SPDIF converter, andRead More…


Wirelessly Transmit Music from Your Computer to Your Speakers with playGo

on Thursday, December 15th, 2011

With the playGo USB, you’ll be able to wirelessly send music from your PC or Mac to your powered speakers, stereo receiver, or even your headphones.  The playGo USB transmitter plugs into your computer’s USB port, and it uses its own wireless protocol to send music to the receiver up to 75 feet away.  ItRead More…

The included administration application lets you identify cameras on the network and find their IP address.

Intellinet Network Solutions NSC11-WN Network Camera Review

By: Andy Simmons
on Friday, December 9th, 2011

Everyone occasionally wanders into a situation where they want or need to have an extra set of eyes watching their stuff.  There are a number of ways to do this by setting up a webcam, but getting a webcam where you need it can be difficult, and not everyone has the patience or know-how toRead More…


Stream Multimedia Content – Including HD Video – From Your PC to Your TV with DIAMOND VStream Wireless

on Monday, December 5th, 2011

There’s a lot of web-based multimedia content that you can display on your TV, but different services usually require different set-top boxes.  While an individual box might be inexpensive, buying a collection of them gets really expensive.  With the VStream Wireless USB PC to TV system from DIAMOND Multimedia, you can stream a variety ofRead More…


Arriva Leo Stereo Wireless Bluetooth Headset Review

on Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

My airline travel has recently picked up the past year and I find myself on planes for more hours than I can remember. And if you have ever spent any time in coach on an airline, you know the value of a good set of headphones. I have tried every earbud known to man andRead More…


Oregon Scientific WMR86 Backyard Pro Wireless Weather Station Review

on Friday, November 4th, 2011

Do you check the local weather on your smartphone or computer before you leave for the day?  Or maybe you turn on the TV to watch a meteorologist’s broadcast. Have you ever wondered why weather people called meteorologist’s? They don’t study meteors… Anyway, most of us like to know what it’s like outside so thatRead More…


Logitech’s K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard is now available for the Mac

on Wednesday, October 26th, 2011
Posted in: Computer Gear, News

Last December, Andy reviewed the K750 and loved it. The only problems with it were the lack of a Mac specific version that could take advantage of the special apps required to view charging info and the special function keys didn’t work. Those problems are now history because Logitech has just announced a Mac versionRead More…


Logitech Wireless Touchpad Review

on Wednesday, October 19th, 2011

I have been a mouse guy my whole life. I have had a contentious lifelong relationship with the touchpad on my laptops and have always gravitated to the mouse. I tried several trackball devices over the years thinking that perhaps I was missing something.  But the mouse always tugged at my heartstrings and pulled meRead More…


Diamond Wireless Range Extender WR300n Review

on Thursday, September 1st, 2011
Posted in: Reviews, Wireless

Would you like to extend the range of your wireless network?  Do you have WiFi dead spots around your house?  Do you have an Internet capable TV that only has an ethernet port and your computer is in another room?   Maybe you don’t even have a WiFi network in your house and need a way toRead More…


Li-Fi – Internet at the Speed of Light

on Monday, August 29th, 2011
Posted in: News, Wireless

Researchers have used rapid pulses of light to transmit information at speeds of over 500 megabytes per second  at the Heinrich Hertz Institute in Berlin. Dubbed Li-Fi (not to be confused with Light Fidelity) is this a viable competitor to conventional wifi ? “At the heart of this technology is a new generation of high-brightnessRead More…


Epson Announces Two New All-in-One Artisan Printers

on Friday, August 19th, 2011

Epson has announced the latest entries into their wireless all-in-one range, the Artisan 730 and Artisan 837.  Both of these printers have fast print speeds of 9.6 ISO ppm black and 9.1 ISO ppm color single side or 4.9 ISO ppm black and 4.7 ISO ppm color two-sided pages.  They feature automatic double-sided printing toRead More…

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Microsoft Wireless Desktop 2000 Review

By: Mark Adkins
on Tuesday, July 19th, 2011

Wireless keyboards and mice can be a real boon to a lot of users. They can offer freedom of movement, supplement smaller keyboards on laptop, etc. You can find an amazing range of options now- ergonomic, enhanced, bare basics, and more. They are also considered a security no-no. The Microsoft Wireless Desktop 2000 addresses thisRead More…


Seagate GoFlex Satellite Wireless Mobile Storage

on Wednesday, May 25th, 2011

Load up this 500GB Satellite Wireless Mobile Storage disk from Seagate with your media library from either a Mac or Windows computer and it can serve data to up to three iPads at once using the free app optimized for iPad.  It works with other tablets and smartphones, too – most mobile devices with Wi-FiRead More…

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Tech Lighting Railtones Wireless Sound System Review

By: Elizabeth Daugherty
on Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

Tech Lighting Railtones Wireless Sound System: I love this product.  Now for a little more clarification.  Ok.  I REALLY love this product. To start with, I was never a big fan of amped up sound systems.   I don’t get it even though my husband claims it would make our HDtv system sound better.  I ownRead More…

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Clickfree Introduces New Clickfree Wireless Backup Drive

on Tuesday, January 4th, 2011

We all know that backing up our computer’s hard drive contents is a must do operation. That said, how many you out there actually do it? The better question is how many of you aren’t doing it? Not backing up your data (pictures, documents, videos, etc.) is like playing Russian roulette. You might never getRead More…


Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 Review

on Thursday, December 9th, 2010
Posted in: Computer Gear, Reviews

I love all things wireless, except when it comes to keeping them powered up.  For some reason, I’ve never latched onto the idea of wireless input devices, like mice and keyboards.  I was always worried that I’d run out of battery juice at the worst possible moment.  But a solar rechargeable keyboard?  Now this isRead More…

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Warpia SWP100A Wireless TV Display Adapter Review

By: Mark Adkins
on Tuesday, November 30th, 2010

The difference between a computer monitor and a TV screen seems to be becoming more irrelevant every day. Whether because we dropped cable or want a second computer display, more and more of us are connecting our computers to TVs. Devices like Warpia’s SWP100A Wireless USB PC to TV Audio/Video Display Adapter claim to let youRead More…


BearExtender PC USB Wireless Adapter Review

By: Adam Scinto
on Saturday, November 27th, 2010

All too rarely we get to see a product that does exactly what it promises for a fair price, with good support and a solid design. The BearExtender N3 is that kind of product but only for folks running Mac OS X. They’ve now released the PC version, called the BearExtender PC, and we’re goingRead More…


First Alert DW-700 Indoor/Outdoor Digital Wireless Camera with 7″ LCD Monitor Review

on Tuesday, November 16th, 2010
Posted in: Home, Kitchen, Reviews

There’s a busy cross-town street that passes close behind our house.  It doesn’t happen so much any more since cell phones are so common, but we used to often get people knocking on our door at all hours asking to use our phone because they were having car trouble.  We have a tiny peephole inRead More…


Logitech’s new K750 wireless keyboard just says no to batteries

on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010
Posted in: Computer Gear, News

This morning my Apple wireless keyboard for my iMac popped up a message saying the battery was low. I love that keyboard but I don’t love that I have to feed it batteries every few months.  Logitech must have read my mind because they’ve just introduced their first solar powered keyboard. The Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750Read More…


Pogoplug Pro Available

on Monday, October 11th, 2010
Posted in: Gear, News

Pogoplug has added a new version of the Pogoplug, available today. We have covered the Pogoplug updates in the past as they added printer support and a wireless adaptor, and added the Pogoplug Biz. This appears to update and replace the Pogoplug, with the following features: Built-in wireless capabilities All-Black Same $99 retail place asRead More…


Easy2Pick Wireless Luggage Finder

on Monday, September 27th, 2010
Posted in: Gear, News, Travel Gear

We have some tree-frog green Eagle Creek luggage that’s easy to find on the luggage carousel, but if your luggage is a bit hard to spot on the luggage-go-round, you might need an Easy2Pick Wireless Luggage Finder from NAFTLI, Inc.  Simply attach the luggage tag transmitter (with normal address card, too) to your bag andRead More…


Walmart The CellPhone Co.

By: Jeff Hollaway
on Friday, September 17th, 2010

When I first heard this bit of news, I thought, “Please, not another Straight Talk …” Thankfully it is not.  Walmart Family Mobile, Powered by T-Mobile has just thrown its hat into the race with a pretty competitive price point for service. Will it be a deal budget-junkies can’t resist? Or will the handsets beingRead More…


Mice that Pivot, What Does it Mean?

on Thursday, September 16th, 2010

What the heck is going on here? First there was a guy freaking out over a double rainbow and now there’s a mouse that pivots. I have no words… Ok, I do. SmartFish has introduced a new spin on the ever present mouse. The ErgoMotion Wireless Laser Mouse that features a patented pivot base thatRead More…


innoband HomePlug AV Wireless N Starter Kit Review

on Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

I’ve been using powerline ethernet for several years and it’s allowed  me to extend my home LAN to every corner of the house without having to rewire the building.   I have used and tested several HomePlug devices, but the innoband Wireless N solution is unique in that it also includes a WiFi access point.