With the proliferation of netbooks, iPads, UMPCs, tablets and other small fry, the need for some expansion when you're back on base, is paramount.
A DVD drive would be highly desirable, a hard drive probably even more so for the low-capacity SSD netbooks and a few more USB ports are always welcome.
Enter the Apricorn Aegis NetDock 3 in 1 USB Docking Station.
This one features 500GB of storage, a dual layer DVD burner and 4-port USB Hub in a very desirable, good looking package.
We hope to get one in for review so stay tuned!
We did a review on Lightroom 2 and will try to focus on the new aspects of this major release when we get our hands on the final version.
For more details, see the Press Release below:
Here's a follow-up news post on what we know so far about the new ASUS Eee Pad and Eee Tablet.
We're waiting to get our hands on a review unit soon and hope to bring you an unboxing video shortly after that.
(UPDATE: We spoke to Spectrum Communications, who handle the ASUS account here in Oz, yesterday and they do their best to get us the first units as soon as they land here)
We must understand that despite the "Eee" moniker that they all have, they are different products in many ways.
Computex 2010 in Taipei, Taiwan, saw the unveiling of Eee Pad 10-inch EP101TC and the 12-inch Eee Pad EP121 as well as the Eee Tablet .
This is going to be an in depth trainer/expert comparison review on six highly rated RC electric airplanes. They will include the new E-GO 500 Class, E-Go Cessna 182, Hobbyzone Champ, Mini Super Cub, Super Cub LP, Apprentice 15e and Trojan T28 - all tested over a set regime base.
After seeing the huge performance improvement of the brushless motor and Li Po battery in remote controlled cars, we thought we would check it out from “wo to go” in the RC electric plane area.
We've been using ASUS gear for many years now so we are very pleased with this iPad competition! Aside from wanting to be the 3rd largest notebook manufacturer in the next 2 years, ASUS also wants to be the more open alternative to Apple. That means no closed platforms, no limiting functionality. And that's where the new Eee Pad comes in.
Two versions of the Eee Pad are announced, a 12" and a 10" model.
Here are the details: The 10" is the closest competitor
If you're getting excited about all this new touch technology but don't want to fork out for a new monitor or tablet - then look no further. The MIDTE Digital Touch Pen can upgrade any LCD / LED screen to support touch.
The product uses a small sensor that clips to the side of your existing screen and a special stylus pen that you use directly on your screen for annotating/ design or as a mouse replacement.
If you're sick of changing your locks because of lost keys, or trying to juggle the groceries and kids while opening the door then this could make your life easier.
This patent-pending system turns any Bluetooth device into a key, meaning you can simply walk or drive up to the door or gate and it will open.
If you want the clarity of a full HD LCD monitor but with touch capabilities and also a display the size of a projected image - we present the A1-DES eBoard. This 70" multimedia LCD touch screen for classroom or meeting rooms, gives you the ability to annotate your PC/ notebook display by finger or pen on a full HD LCD display.
Read on for first impressions, additional images and more information.
In the world of portable projectors, detailed images are currently not possible due to small display screens. Digipro addresses these constraints by providing a device capable of outputting 15 lumens (as opposed to the 5 - 10 lumens of most currently available devices) to display large images onto a wall or other flat surface.
This stand-alone pocket projector is compatible with many display devices including Portable Media Players, Digital Cameras, Mobile Phones, Laptops and Netbooks, DVD/PVR Units, Hand-Held Gaming Devices and Gaming Consoles.
Read on for more information.