This TV Tuns to Face You – Not the Other Way Around
Certain sports cars have something called a memory setting. This setting allows drivers to program seat positions, so that every time a particular driver gets into a car, the seat will automatically adjust to that programmed position.
Now, imagine a TV that does the same thing.
Is a Chromebook Right For You?
Chromebooks have a certain appeal, since they are relatively cheap. Plus, if you need to buy a new computer for XP reasons, Chromebooks may look very attractive right now.
Is it rght for you? Let’s take a look.
Do you have a wireless network at home, with one room that just can’t seem to allow you to pick up a signal? It can be frustrating for sure!
The Actiontec Wireless Network Extender Plus Powerline Network Adapter 500 Kit allows you to extend the range of your home network, whether wired or Wi-Fi.
Razer’s New 14-inch Blade Is Tops
The biggest complaint users of the previous Razer Blade had was that the screen just wasn’t bright enough. The Blade that was released two years ago offered gamers a low-resolution screen not suited for excellent gameplay. That’s all changed.
The WD My Cloud EX2 Server is Affordable and Helpful
Looking for an affordable NAS server that is fast and offers a personal cloud for those occasions when you are traveling? Check out the WD My Cloud EX2. It is WD’s latest My Cloud server, and operates just as its predecessors did, except it does them better.
The Intel SSD: Take a Good Look
Looking for a good internal drive? Check out the Intel SSD 730 Series, but be warned – there may be other options that perform a bit better for a bit less.
Microsoft rebranded its cloud storage service today. Now, the old ‘SkyDrive‘ service is called ‘OneDrive.’ To commemorate the change (brought about by a lawsuit), Microsoft is giving away free storage to 100,000 users that enter Microsoft’s giveaway contest this afternoon (check out the company’s main site or social sites).
BlackBerry Picks Up the Pentagon
Thought BlackBerry was on its way out? Think again. Although investors might have lost faith, the United States government has brought them back from the brink and given them quite a bit of credibility.
This Is Not Your Dad’s Bluetooth Earpiece
The Jawbone Era is a Bluetooth headset. But, it’s not the Bluetooth headset you’re thinking about. This one lets you talk to Siri, make phone calls, listen to music, and do anything you would normally do while starting at your phone screen – only, you don’t have to stare at your screen in order to use the Era.
Throughout the next year or so, you will start to see a lot of curved TVs hit the market. The claim behind these televisions is that a curved shape makes for better overall viewing.
Just how accurate is that claim? And, should you shell out top dollar for a curved TV?