Coolermaster is well known for their cooling products for the desktop computer case as well as cpu coolers. They also have a line of products for the notebook as well. Today we will be taking a look at another of Coolermaster’s recently released notebook cooler, the Notepal Infinite Evo. Compared with the Notepal U Stand that we reviewed in the past, this appears to approach notebook cooling in a simpler design.
Here is a handy little unit for any vehicle, car, boat or a plane: I'm talking about the universal mini Mount made by Cobra. It is only $24.95 which seems over priced for such a tiny thing but the reality is that it is quite a clever little critter in the way it holds your device. It has a sticky surface where you mount it onto the windscreen as well as where you attach your device to.
Given the choice what would be your ideal way of waking up to face a new day? For me it would be a gentle wake up curled up next to my wife, my body rhythm tells me that I have put sufficient deposit into my sleep bank. I jumped at the chance to review the aXbo Sleep Phase Alarm Clock, billed as the revolutionary waking system to waking gently at the right moment when you’re already almost awake.
With thanks to aXbo for supplying the review unit and their patience, let's see just how the aXbo performs.
In my opinion, one of the most essential gadgets I can have at home and at work at the present time is a hard disk dock. I have a motley collection of hard drives of various capacity and sizes in the graveyard box courtesy of system upgrades. With the new Akasa DuoDock 2S USB 3.0 Docking Station, our friends at Brando kindly sent an unit for the DigitalReviews treatment.
NewerTech delivered a plug and play eSATA to USB 3.0 adapter for superspeed data transfer to our office is recently and today we are having a quick look at it. The idea behind this little gizmo is that you can adapt any legacy eSATA drive to your USB 3.0 port to enjoy data transfer speeds up to 5Gb/s. So what's the problem?
Today we will give you two reviews bundled into one. The reason is that the Jabra Freeway and the Jabra Stone2 came out more or less together and serve the same function in bringing us hands-free capabilities for our phones. We have seldom been more impressed with any hands-free device than with these two from the House of Jabra!