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Nuance Power PDF - PDF Editor Powerhouse

... y to convert files to Multipage TIFF, TIFF, PDF, Searchable PDF or Unicode Text. It is probably most useful if an existing store of imaged based PDF needs to be made searchable, Batch Converter can run t ...

QNAP TVS-673e Business NAS with Multimedia Focus

About a year ago we reviewed the QNAP TVS-473 which is very closely related to this model. So in this article we’ll focus mostly on what’s different from the model we wrote about before. The TVS-673e ...

Review: Hands-on with the Akaso EK7000 Action Camera

... to tell you what the main specs and features of this model are. This is one of the best and the most affordable devices available on the market. If you need to know more about it, you should check out ...

The Travelon Show: Anti-Theft Luggage for Your Gear

... they will deter the slash and grab guild as this is the most common type of backpack thievery, particularly in Europe. The RFID pouches will protect you from a less violent crime but potentially more ...

Affordable Android - ZTE Blade V7 Plus Reviewed

... my phone which at the start of the review I thought I never would! The IPS display on the Blade 7 also impressed in every day use and was suitably bright in most conditions other than direct sunlight. ...

Das Storage Boost -- Terra Master D2-310 DAS Reviewed

... drive” is a DAS device, although for reasons unknown, we almost never refer to them this way. RAID on the other hand is a way of storing data on a “Redundant Array (of) Independent/Inexpensive Disks.” ...

Hands on with the new QNAP TS-531X-2G 5 Bay NAS

... is a tower design and build quality is great. Most of the chassis is made from metal including the caddy drives themselves besides the handles which is the only part that’s plastic. Front panel consists ...

Jabra TOUR – Bluetooth in-car Speakerphone Tested

If there is one thing that Jabra is well known for it is their range of speakerphones for hands-free calling. Most new cars these days have Bluetooth calling built-in but if you drive an older vehicle ...

Eight Bays Are Better Than One -- DS1817+ NAS Reviewed

... eight bays isn’t an unreasonable footprint for a NAS. As with most of Synology’s NAS devices, the front is dominated by the drive bays: Eight bays are lined up vertically, each with its own triangular ...

Seeing Double in 4K - Dune HD Duo 4K Reviewed

... cut of Almost Famous, although perplexingly “1945 - Extended (1979).mkv” and “Beverly Hills Cop (1984).mkv” bamboozled it. Luckily, when manually editing details, the Collections feature allowed for searching ...

PolarPro Meets Mavic Pro: Partners in Perfection

... days but the smell did not go away. We used Borax and other smell absorbent stuff and that helped a little bit and finally resorted to spraying the inside with some tea tree mixture. That helped the most ...

Synology Diskstation DS916+ for Business

... In comparison, most public cloud offerings have your data distributed anywhere in the world. Out of the box DSM offers "Office" which is an offering similar to Google Docs, with a word processing an ...

Dune Goes 4K -- Dune Solo 4K Reviewed

... the past, having reviewed the beautifully designed Smart Series and most recently the 3D packing Dune Base 3D and TV303D so understandably, we were keen to get our hands on the new Dune Solo 4K. UNBOXING ...

QNAP TS-453A – a Multi Media NAS as Karaoke Machine?

... proxy server and virtualisation station 2.11 among other things. Home users probably won’t need most of the functionality a modern NAS unit offers but SMB uses certainly will. Qsirch 2.1 is also improved ...

Avantree Audition - Wireless Audio

...  and Near Field Communication (NFC). It seems an odd combination to have together but when most modern mobile Operating Systems and devices support NFC (let's not talk about the white elephant in the room ...

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