Review: Whirl Wireless Ergonomic Pivoting Laser Mouse

Review:  Whirl Wireless Ergonomic Pivoting Laser Mouse

There’s two basic styles you’ll find your modern computer mouse in — the old as dirt hand on moving mouse or the more niche trackball type. And of course in between the two there are a slew of devices that attempt to bridge the two into one super mouse. Today we have a Whirl Wireless Ergonomic Pivoting mouse by Smartfish that while technically the same as the mouse you’ve come to know and love, features a unique pivoting base that claims to make...

Review: 128GB Samsung 470 Series SSD. #samsung #ssd

Review:  128GB Samsung 470 Series SSD. #samsung #ssd

Solid state drives are getting faster, more capacious, and falling in price with each passing week. Within the next 1-3 years, SSD’s will be big enough and cheap enough to finally move over to the masses instead of being an enthusiast-only product. WIth that said, I am a bit late to the SSD arena, for this Samsung SSD pictured above is my first such drive. But I can now finally say “I get it”. As the saying goes “You can’t miss what...

Review: Aviiq laptop stand.

Review: Aviiq laptop stand.

We’ve come to an interesting time in the world of computers. Whether you get a laptop or desktop, you’re bound to have a machine that’s more or less capable of running any piece of “normal” software or doing any task that you could ever possibly want. That of course depends on your definition of “normal”. But for the sake of keeping things easy here, we’ll rule out NASA scientist, nuclear physicist, and Antelope reproductive...

[Review] Wi-Fire WiFi adapter

[Review] Wi-Fire WiFi adapter

Those of you who live in an apartment in or major city know that at any given point, firing up the wifi on your device will hook you at least half a dozen different networks. But, not everyone has the convenience of being around a handful of networks. For some, they have to make do with a solitary network and often have to deal with weak signals and poor link quality. I live in a house in northern Indiana where I have room to roam with my laptop. Obviously, the signal...

Corsair Flash Voyager 32GB (Review)

Corsair Flash Voyager 32GB (Review)

Flash memory is falling in price faster than Michael Jackson’s bank account to a point where you can now economically replace your standard mechanical computer hard drive with solid state drives (SSD).  Flash drives, because they are smaller, will always cost slightly more than their more “desktop” sized counterparts as miniaturized parts require special development and manufacturing.  Thankfully, flash drives (thumb sticks, thumb drive, pen drive,...

PPC Locking HDMI Cable (Review)

PPC Locking HDMI Cable (Review)

HDMI cables aren’t exactly the most resilient connector in the cable world as they are easily knocked loose meaning you will spend many minutes of your life plugging a cable back into your device over and over again.  For some, they don’t really care, but for others, that’s where the locking HDMI cable by PPC comes in.  Built specifically for the home video enthusiast who needs a strong and reliable yet good quality cable, the World’s FIRST...

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