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As computers have made the transition from the computer room to the living room and beyond, so to have their peripherals and input devices. Nobody wants to have a wired keyboard lying around the living room, nor do they want a large wireless one that takes up the entire coffee table.
Brando's MC Wireless RF Keyboard looks to provide a small all-in-one solution - Keyboard, media keys and built in track ball.
Read on for more..
Late last year we reviewed he RF-220 keyboard from Wireless Computing and were suitably impressed.
For the past few months we have been using Wireless Computing’s brand new RF-222 keyboard along with their RF-170 wireless laser mouse in our daily routine.
Read on for our experiences with these new input devices.
One of my cameras is the Olympus E-510, in some countries also known as the EVOLT E-510. It's a very capable DSLR with some unique features. We have written about one of its predecessors, the E-300 more than two years ago and I've always been enamoured by the LiveView feature which was quite revolutionary in those days. Normally I am quite happy to read the manual but this time around I also watched a couple of training DVDs from EliteVideo.com.
Was it worth the $50 that they cost?
Hyperdrives are in my mind synonymous with Han Solo and the Millennium Falcon. The Hyperdrive Colorspace is not going to make the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs, but it is claimed to be the fastest device for memory card backups on the move. Thanks to the folks at Hyperdrive, DigitalReviews gets the opportunity to strap in and take it for a spin.
No installation is required and the HD700 works right out-of-the-box.
Considering the fact that probably 50% of all people never back up their systems -- ever -- Storage Appliance Corp has found a ready market.
We will be reviewing a slew of backup solutions in the next few weeks, from one touch backup drives to the almighty Drobo, but we are very keen to review this little beauty for you.
Stay tuned for our report and in the meantime have a look at some more details below.
It has proven to be a most popular competition and three aXbo units could be won, courtesy of aXbo in Austria where this unique product is manufactured.
We promised a final write-up-- following our original review here -- the people's verdict.
Two of the three winners decided to let us know what they thought of the aXbo.
Read their reports below.
It wasn't too long ago that we reviewed the eStarling from PF Digital.
I made a remark in that write-up about this being one of the few DPFs that had a wireless capability.
Well, today we are looking at another one and it seems that the ability to upload photos to digital picture frames wirelessly from your computer or directly from the Web is a hot feature these days.
Let's have a look at the Momento 100 from i-mate.