Qwerty Keys For Your Blueberry!

March 11, 2007 by Static | 2 Comments

Unless you’re one of those guys that can type like crazy fast on your little smartphones, you are probably going to like this. I’m with you all on that for some of us, the nano sized keys are simply not the most convenient ways to type. At times, I just wish that I could somehow […]

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Asus XG Station: External graphics for notebook gamers

March 7, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

Good news for all student gamers or other notebook gamers: Asus has announced the Asus XG Station, which it will be bundling with PCIe cards and will enable you to use your laptops ExpressCard and a PCIe x16 slot to allow you to use this as an external graphics card. It also features a display, […]

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ION EWI: More music via the USB

March 7, 2007 by davidallen | 5 Comments

When you have been working at the computer for hours, it gets to the point where you either find yourself nodding off to sleep just at the same time as someone wants you for something or you get mind block where you find yourself struggling just to think about what to do next, never mind […]

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New range of mice for your desk

March 6, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

There is a new range of mice for that will make the workspace an easier place, Kensington have brought to the market the Ci60 Optical Mouse, the Ci60 Wireless Optical Mouse and the Si300 Laser Mouse. How the humble mouse has changed over the years from a basic plastic type to the latest design which […]

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Your Index Finger Goes Ta-da On Your Desktop!

March 3, 2007 by Static | Leave a Comment

So, from the ball mouse, a trackball was an invention. Then, the optical mouse along with a sketch pad pen was a hit. From another invention – once again from Asia – it seems as if your fingers may have some work to do, although it is a bit different from the clicking action you […]

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Fabric Keyboard

March 2, 2007 by davidallen | 1 Comment

When the fingers have had enough of trying to press the tiny buttons on a mobile phone or PDA, what can you do? The good people at Cyber Guys have a fabric keyboard, this comes rolled up and connects to any device via Bluetooth, and so it can be used with mobile phones, pda’s and […]

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Want to monitor computer usage

February 21, 2007 by davidallen | 4 Comments

If you are a parent or employer who wishes to montior the computer usage remotely, so as an employer you are able to check on the staff while you are away, and as a consernd parent you can see what your kids up to, who they are talking to and what sites they are visiting. […]

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The handy USB Hub

February 21, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

Depending on what type of computer you are buying, there appears to be a huge difference when it comes to USB ports, the different manufacturers add between one and four, but now days there is a huge reason to have more USB ports simply because the amount of products and accessories that need to be […]

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Solar powered battery for gadgets

February 20, 2007 by davidallen | 4 Comments

It has long been a fact that small items such as calculators can use solar power to run instead of using a battery, so why is there system for laptops, mobile phones and other smaller gadget types. UK based company Solar Technology has developed a range of charging devices that can charge up the internal […]

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Digital Photo Cube: Nice desktop gadget

February 19, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

One thing I appreciate is good photography. As of yet, I don’t have anyway of viewing digital photography other than on my computer. I am planning to make a DIY photoframe using a TFT, but this nearly changed my mind. The Desktop Digital Photo Cube by eNecessities features a 1″ on 1″ display and stores […]

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Iogear USB Pocket SD, Reader and Writer.

February 19, 2007 by davidallen | 1 Comment

This card reader is really great, it enables you to read cards that have been used previously and maybe left in a draw or from a camera, PDA or Phone that no longer works, with the Iogear card reader you can once again have a look on what is on those old memory cards. This […]

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Prevent computer crashes with Kick Off

February 19, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

I must say that it has been sometime since a computer has crashed on me, I do not think that since a bought this laptop with the windows XP pro operating system, that it has crashed once, however my son has XP home on his and for some reason it crashes all of the time, […]

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Mobile printer and fax with GSM

February 13, 2007 by davidallen | 1 Comment

When working away from home or the office, there is always going to be the time when you need to use a fax machine or need to print off a document, most of the time people in this situation normally either make do or make an excuse, now there is no need to make excuses […]

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