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In April I got a new N95, Nokia’s flagship cell phone. As far as mobiles go, it really is a nifty piece of kit running with lots and lots of potential. One of the reasons I say potential is because even though the hardware and its Symbian OS (3rd edition) is top of the line; it’s the ease of access to information and applications that makes the hardware truly handy. So speaking of handy, let’s have a look at very useful suite of apps Epocware prepared earlier, aptly named: Handy Tools Pro. Handy Tools Pro is a suite made up of Epocware’s Handy TaskMan, Handy Weather, Handy Clock, Handy Converter, Handy Expense, Handy Safe, Handy Keylock, and Zip Manager.
* it has built in solar power cells
* it is a stand alone travel recorder that can log up to 200,0000 records. You can use the provided software to geotag photos using the GPS tracks recorded by the unit
* it uses a new generation GPS chip – MTK GPS
A portable USB flash drive is one of those tools that is nearly essential to be able to carry your documents and files with you. While USB flash drives have no moving parts, they are very limited in capacity. They come in sizes as large as 1GB, 4GB, and I know it's possible there may even be an 8GB on the market somewhere. Unfortunately, some people would like to be able to carry more files or larger files such as their music collection, videos, or even backup images of their computer. In that case, it is practical to consider a portable external hard drive. I will be taking a look at Apricorn's latest Aegis portable external hard drive.
Keeping heads cool is the name of the game, particularly for 8800GT card owners.
Have a look at the slick and slim G92 from aquagrafx.
Despite being just 6mm slim it weighs half a ton -- eh, make that half a kilo. Still pretty heavyduty, we reckon.
More details on this prototype from the manufacturer below.
Whilst this is great for a standard user but it is hardly a match in performance compared to a custom build one.
Asus is set to launch the Xonar U1 External Audio Processor in six colours with a promise to "improve the laptop or PC's underachieving audio", as stated in their press release.
Such is the case with the Personal Navigation Device that is suction-cupped to my windshield at the moment. It’s a smart-looking compact PND simply labelled GPS.
Only the box gives it the honorific: Pocket Chauffeur. This is not to be confused with the Pocket Chauffeur you’ll find on Acer’s N35.
Techrific Australia supplied the unit which is priced at AUD399.
We are quite impressed with this handy all-in-one device and here are the reasons why.
In my experience, keyboards are probably the most overlooked piece of essential computing equipment. For years I have been putting together computers and for years I have purchased keyboards on the cheap. After all, a good video card is more important than a decent set of keys to bash, isn't it?
Wireless Computing's RF-220 Wireless Keyboard begs to differ.