Hardware Reviews Articles
Logitech provides the basis for a string/cord free relationship: Freedom 2.4 Cordless Joystick and The Rumblepad.
In the future, cell phones will capture video, sound and image...oh wait, the future is now. Check out the Nokia 3650.
The NightStar Magnetic Force Flashlights are the first flashlights that do not require batteries, bulbs or any sort of maintenance.
You can throw this thing against the wall and then still get your email out of it.
Multitech's Unbelievably easy to use global Modems will have your PC turned into a fax machine in no time
Unleash your inner gamer! The Polywell Q-Box is a computer that was made with the gamer in all of us in mind.
If you don't know the name Gigaram, well let me introduce you.
The Excalibur Bar Master Deluxe now has the recipes for more than 1000 of the most popular drinks at the touch of an electronic button, easier-to-read screen, which is 25 percent larger, and it also talks. Voice and sound effects make this Bar Master fun to use.
If you are looking for a easy way to expand and be able to hook up multipile USB Devices, then check out this little guy. The Belkin Busstation, it will be a cinch.
If you are looking for an affordable way to get into the wireless market the Desktop Express from Logitech is the way to go.
You don't have a sound card, no problem, Plantronics has you more than covered.
Sony's SCD-BM1 professional-level digital recorder is a full functioning dictating machine that can accommodate up to 345 minutes of recording with the supplied removable 16MB Memory Stick.
The Sony Product Showcase was full of lots of wonderful new toys, errr... I mean products to play with, errr... I mean enchance your electronic experiences
Panasonic broadens its mobile entertainment line with the introduction of a sleek new in-dash DVD player that marries crisp DVD video entertainment with the latest in CD audio enjoyment.
Applied Innovative Technologies, Inc. are the inventors of the first flashlight that does not require batteries. It is called the NightStar Magnetic Force Flashlight. In fact, this amazing flashlight does not require batteries, bulbs or any sort of maintenance ever.
Within a matter of hours, I was easily able to set up the camera, install the software, and write, produce, direct, shoot, and edit a Scorsese-quality picture entitled 'A Day at the Office'
look for it at a theater near you
Hewlett Packard has once again strived to impress with its tiny, yet affordable monochrome laser printer, the LaserJet 1012. With a small footprint, low operating cost, fast print speed, and virtually no warm up time, the feature set crammed into such a small device is impressive. Does a small size mean a sacrifice in quality? Read on to find out
We recently wrote a review of a laser color printer from Hewlett-Packard, and it compared favorably to color inkjet printers. What does this compel Hewlett-Packard end up doing in response? Not only do they create an exceptional inkjet printer, but make it wireless as well. Check out more about HP's new inkjet powerhouse, the Deskjet 5850, inside
Get more byte for your buck with Gateway's 400VTX notebook computer.
We've spent quite a bit of time with HP's latest creation, a small, inexpensive color printer called the LaserJet 2500. After printing thousands of pages, did we come away impressed or under whelmed? Check out our full review inside...