Category: Peripherals

Magic Mouse goes Windows

Anyone been desperate to use Apple’s new touchy feely Magic Mouse on their windows PCs? I can’t imagine it’s that many if I’m honest, but perhaps there’s one or two of you out there.

Well, now you …

Logitech Professional R800 Presenter is a Teaching Must Have

I call them button monkeys. They are the poor sole who is caught sitting next to my laptop or in the front row when I have a presentation to give. They are the person who gets stuck pressing the arrow…

PlugLock Puts Wall Warts In Their Place

With a name like "Wall Warts", you know the device is not popular. The fact is that "Wall Warts", or the large transformers on many power supplies, are a royal pain. They are ofte…

Washable Keyboard Takes the Ewww Out of Typing

I was cleaning my desk out earlier this summer, and when I picked up my keyboard, I heard rattling. I thought it was a rock or a screw, but I was not that lucky. It was a piece of peanut butter and j…

Atlona Wireless HDMI Adapter Has Great Intentions and Greater Potential

I have always thought that wireless USB (WUSB) has fantastic potential. The ability to stream any USB data over the air (including video) is fabulous. There have been some manufactures that have embra…

SISO Tablo Creates DIY Tablet Mod

Tablet computers are a must in my world; I absolutely need one on a daily basis for my teaching career. Unfortunately, tablet PCs are much more expensive than their standard brothers, and the quality …

Logitec Pocket Router Meets A Big Need

Thanks to my job, I do quite a bit of travel. Some hotels have nice, free WiFi access, but often times there is nothing but a wired-Ethernet port. In fact, it often seems that the nicer the hotel, the…

Sony Swivel HDMI Cables Prove That Little Things Matter

Sometimes I think there is a vast conspiracy between between HDMI cable makers and the makers of Band-Aids. I don't know how many times I have scraped or otherwise destroyed my knuckles trying t…

Casio PRX-2000T Does Everything But Help You Earn $1000

Ok, suppose for a moment that you weren't living in a world currently melting down economically. Also, pretend that you were the kind of person to spend $1000 on a watch. You would want that watc…

Dell Wasabi PZ310 Printer Makes Me Want Better Bluetooth

Lord knows that the Apple iPhone has crummy Bluetooth support; there is no A2DP support or file transfer support. Because of that, I have no real use for the Dell Wasabi PZ310 ultra-mobile printer, wh…