Just because you own a compact netbook it doesn't mean that you want to carry it in your hands all day between classes or office meetings. The Mobile Edge Ultra Portable Backpack promises to give you a convenient place to carry your netbook and accessories, but is this really the ideal companion for netbook users?
The Iomega iConnect Wireless Data Station is a sort of DIY-type NAS unit that allows you to share any USB-connected storage across your network. If you are the type of person with a few computers and a handful of USB external drives, the iConnect allows you to share storage to all of your computers over gigabit Ethernet or Wi-Fi. In this review, we take an in-depth look at Iomega iConnect to see how well it performs in a home environment.
For several years now, companies like Dell have offered customers the ability to personalize their computers the way they like. Each order is customizable both internally and externally, with users able to pick out colors and artwork alongside processors and memory. Enter SLAPPA's new M.A.S.K. system, which promises to bring that level of customization to your notebook's bag. Read on for our review.
Samsung today introduced the highest-capacity 7200RPM hard drives available for notebooks, the SpinPoint MP4 series.
Toshiba today announced the world's highest capacity 2.5" hard drive with a standard 9.5mm height, the 750GB MK7559GSXP.
The Western Digital MyBook 3.0 is a new 1TB external drive packing a new Super-Speed USB 3.0 interface. For those who might not be up to date on the latest connection standards, USB 3.0 offers much greater speeds than the older USB 2.0 standard. In this review, we put the MyBook USB 3.0 hard drive through its paces to see how well it performs.
ASUS has partnered with A-DATA to introduce new products using the new USB 3.0 standard.
The Wireless Comfort Mouse is a travel-friendly mouse from Belkin. Sporting a small size and all-terrain optical sensor the Comfort Mouse is designed to go anywhere your laptop goes. In this review we see how well it compares to other travel mice on the market and if it lives up to its name.
If you're looking for the perfect laptop bag for your new notebook then you may be in luck. Chrome Bags promises the Soyuz laptop backpack is the ultimate solution for road warriors who are constantly running between the office and the gym ... or maybe need to join a conference call from the beach. Is this $180 laptop backpack worth your holiday cash? Keep reading to find out.
External hard drives are the perfect solution for people who need more storage in addition to what is included inside your laptop. Not only do external hard drives provide space for your music library, but you can use them to backup you main hard drive in the event something happens to your notebook. A-DATA is taking that reliability one step further with the new A-DATA Sport SH93, a shockproof and waterproof external hard drive that promises to keep your important files safe. Is the SH93 as fantastic as it sounds? We spent a month testing it to find out.
The Iomega StorCenter ix2 series is an extremely popular network storage solution designed for consumers and small businesses who need a stand-alone storage drive that can be shared by multiple computers over an internet or network connection. The new ix2-200 allows friends, family, and coworkers to access the same files even if they work on different computers located on opposite sides of the room ... or opposite sides of the globe. Let's take a closer look.
The latest trend in travel bags is the new checkpoint-friendly category. These bags let frequent travelers keep their notebooks inside their cases when going through airport checkpoints, saving time and reducing the chance of damaging your computer. Skooba has recently introduced two new checkpoint-friendly bags which we will take a look at in this review today.
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