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Logitech M350 Pebble - A Pink Digital Diamond

... t. Modern. Silent." wireless mouse. First Impressions It is pink, not a garish pink but kind of a nice pastel pink that is just different from your run of the mill computer equipment. The Pebble M ...

Hands On: Brother P-Touch E550WVP Industrial Labeller

... printing from cartridges that can hold different types of labels in various sizes or material. It cuts the labels automatically. Labels can be typed in directly through the keyboard or through its wireless ...

Archos Virtual Reality Glasses

... h wearing headphones with the unit. It is up to you to manage the cables so you are not tangled up, or go the wireless route. I was not sure what to expect, but the Archos Virtual Reality Glasses are actual ...

Lofree MT-200 2.4 GHz Wireless Touch Panel

I can type at a prodigious rate and a full size keyboard is almost mandatory. But sometimes there is no place for one of these, like in the lounge room controlling your media server. This is where a wireless ...

A Game of Transcodes -- Synology DS415play Reviewed

...  iOS device and made selecting media effortless. Not all data was correct, it has to be said but logging into the DSM allowed us to quickly correct any errors the automated system made. Connected to ...

A.C. Ryan Veolo2, Smart Android Hub

...  commonsense applies when using the wireless network. Just because the Veolo2 supports 802.11b/g/n does not mean you can stream large amounts of data at the slower speeds. The Veolo2 functions effectivel ...

A.C. Ryan Launches Veolo2, Smart Android Hub

... the TV.   Veolo2 runs on the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean platform and a customised user interface that is geared for ease of navigation on a TV. The VEO navigator remote control is combined wireless ...

Back to BlackBerry: a power user's perspective

... e a huge trip to turn an unproven OS into a proven (or worse, still unproven) one. You can follow Brad on Twitter, where he is documenting many of his thoughts and observations on BlackBerry 10. Filed under: Cellphones, Wireless, Mobile, Blackb ...

Engadget HD Podcast 337 - 02.19.2013

... aises the DVR for enabling an 'explosion in creativity' 00:32:55 Dish's Charlie Ergen on wireless dreams, ad skipping, à la carte programming and more 00:37:13 Microsoft talks plans for premium ...

RIM: A brief history from Budgie to BlackBerry 10

...  More importantly, it also had a simple, overriding determination to spread wireless data to the masses, no matter how that would come to pass. That gave it a leg up over contemporary technology stalwart ...

Engadget Mobile Podcast 166 - 1.16.2013

...  maybe, soon? 00:52:51 - T-mobile HD Voice launch 00:53:13 - T-mobile contract-free unlimited data plans 00:54:53 - T-Mobile Tap Tag NFC app for Android hands-on 00:56:30 - A4WP wireless charging  ...

The Dragon Roars Its Head Again: Dragon 12 Professional

... rsion. Having said that, I almost immediately ditched the headset... Why? Wireless Dictation with Android devices Now you can use your Android as a microphone which is a great option. Because when you are tra ...

A review of the SynCharger Mini

...  through wireless enabled devices and that's partly true with your mouse, keyboard and headphones for example. To be honest though, I have tried numerous wireless devices where they have often been bes ...

Intuos4 Wireless Professional Pen Tablet - Reviewed

The Intuos4 Wireless Professional Pen Tablet by Wacom is a drawing tablet designed to help you make digital art in ways that never could with a a mouse, keyboard, and track pad. i got to check one out ...

Review: EFO Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard

In order to complement the surge of mobile devices and the new tablet market, EFO has released a rollable bluetooth keyboard to make typing that much easier. I've gotten a chance to use one for a while ...

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