Hot on the heels of the highly rated Powermonkey eXplorer, Powertraveller has now released a smaller sibling - the Powerchimp. So how does the Powerchimp rate compared to its larger sibling? Powertraveller and their very accomodating Australian distributor Soundstuff has thrown some Chimps in the DigitalReviews camp.
Love at first sight. It might be cliché, but there are times when I would come across an item that would utterly take my breath away, make me daydream about it and want to run out and buy it. The Bluelounge Sanctuary is one of them. In the words of the manufacturer, "the Sanctuary is a beautiful, simple solution to a real everyday problem. A place to put the multitude of personal items we all carry around so they are easily located again when later needed and, always fully charged."
So how does having the Sanctuary in my home stack up to the glowing initial impression it left on me from reading about it on the Bluelounge website? Well the folks over at Bluelounge have very generously provided DigitalReviews this opportunity. Thanks Bluelounge!
Our previous Swann Communications product review was about the Digital Private Eye. It was a handy device, unobtrusive but ultimately rather limited.
The DVR4-Pro-Net Combo Kit is a much more professional setup and a bit more complicated, both to install and to suss out the various features.
With 4 CCTV cameras, an LCD Monitor and a DVR recorder this combo kit means business: it will keep your home or business premises under surveillance for a long, long time, recording only when it detects motion as one of the options. It can even alert you over the Internet if an intruder is afoot!
The web is a fast medium: before you know it you're surfing off to other shores. So let me get the message out straight away: if you have a tight budget, love our planet, and need a computer, then put the Norhtec MicroClient Sr at the top of your shortlist! This is the smallest computer I have seen until now, and can be used in many situations to replace the larger and heavier computer system. If you are starting with a clean slate, even better: definitely consider this tiny powerhouse! It's a small computer in physical size, uses a lot less energy. BUT let its Puppy Size not deceive you: there's a lot of power inside to address your (personal) computing and communication needs.
With the sheer multitude of USB Flash drives available, manufacturers must constantly try to outdo each other. Riding on the success of Asus’s Eee PC, Adata has created a specially branded Eee PC version of its sleek s701 flash drive to stand out from the crowd.
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Segatoys’ Homestar PURE is a home planetarium, which like its astronomically expensive museum counterparts, projects images of the night sky onto a ceiling. Unlike its museum cousins, however, the Homestar PURE is small, simple to operate and at $122US, very affordable.
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