Popular Networking And Wireless Articles for 2010
Logitech's latest offering in the highly competitive gaming accessories arena is the Wireless Gaming Headset G930. It's pricey at $159.99, but offers a laundry list of attractive features, such as[...]
The Logitech Illuminated Keyboard is one of our favorite keyboards. The razor-thin profile, laptop-style keys and backlight illumination offers a fantastic user experience for any activity that doesn't require[...]
Acer has announced US availability of a next generation net top PC, pumped up with an Intel Atom D525 dual-core CPU and Nvidia ION 2 graphics for more robust multimedia[...]
With remotely accessible, high capacity multimedia home networking in mind, Netgear has rolled out the ReadyNAS Ultra series of Tivo-compatible digital video recorder (DVR) storage units.
The Chameleon X-1, a new combination wireless gaming mouse and gamepad from accessory makers Shogun Bros., puts two popular gaming peripherals together in one unsuspecting form factor.
A Wireless N adapter billed as the smallest on the planet is now available from Trendnet. Measuring well under one inch across each of its three dimensions, the 150 Mbps[...]
Netgear is capping the rollout of a new line of multimedia storage, networking, and playback products for home wireless, wired, and powerline networks with the announcement of the new media[...]
The new VisionTek Killer HD 5770 pairs the video card enthusiasts at VisionTek with the networking masterminds at Bigfoot Networks. In reality, what it does is give users looking[...]
Despite the fact that Google's Android-powered push into consumers' living rooms won't be out en masse until this fall, companies have to submit those wireless-enabled products to the FCC for[...]
While we've had solar-powered calculators for decades now, the keyboard has needed just a little bit more power. Until now. Logitech's Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 relies on two[...]
Up until very recently, home networking has required users to do one of two things: string cabling everywhere, or put up with security and configuration issues present with wireless networking.[...]
We've been following ASUS' efforts to cram an entire PC into a form factor the size of a keyboard for a while. More recently, we got to see a[...]