There are a lot of computer mice on the market. While I wouldn't say I have large hands, I will say that most mice feel small in my hand. That's why it was important that I find a mouse that feels great and has all the features I require as an avid internet user and programmer. Enter the Logitech mX Performance Mouse.
Seriously. Why? Granted, this purchase was made several years ago. The Belkin Nostromo n45 was a bit of a let down for me. At the time I was pretty comfortable with the PS2 controller setup. This game controller was supposed to let me play Gothic 3 without having to get used to the keyboard/mouse combo like most PC gamers. It didn't succeed.
The American Red Cross has a line of emergency preparedness products called Eton. The Microlink FR160 is one of the smaller FM/AM/Weather Band/Flashlight/USB Charger devices in that line. Is it worth its weight in renewable energy? Let's see...
When it comes to choosing a new Router, there are a lot of options to weigh out. 10/100 or Gigabit? 802.11a/b/g or n? Dual band? What about USB network storage? Well, it's been a while since I had to try answer those questions but when I finally did, I ended up purchasing the Netgear N600 Dual Band router. How did it stack up to my old Linksys? Read on to find out.
We just purchased a new vehicle and we started thinking about the future adventures we'd have in it. It's a 2010 Mazda 5, and somehow having USB ports on the dash wasn't a requirement for me. Enter the Black & Decker imobile Personal Electronics Charger.
This Kenwood KDC-X994 was purchased with Motorola Droid in mind. I wanted a car stereo that would allow me to stream music from my mobile phone. The KDC-X994 does that and more.
Back in 2006, my employers purchased me an HP 6180 All-in-one printer/fax/copier/scanner/money pit. It printed incredible 4x6 photos on HP glossy photo paper, but other brand papers didn't fair so well. This machine rocks Bluetooth, Photobridge, an 802.11g wifi card, and USB capabilities. On the downside ink is expensive and its always requesting new ink.
A little while back, I invested in a few webcams as a small home security project. I just wanted to test a few different cameras out along with some open source software to try and put together an affordable solution. That's why I bought the HP VGA Webcams, for like $24.99, at Best Buy.