Having a single USB-C port on my new MacBook was problematic, but no more, thanks to the 10-port OWC USB-C Dock. Continue reading
Linksys Velop (from $200 to $600) WiFi router system is most certainly in the upper echelon among a new generation of dead spot-eliminating mesh routers providing uninterrupted, strong wireless signal throughout the home. Continue reading
Fellowes AutoMax™ 200C, under $400 online, combines secure cross-cut shredding with the convenience of automatic feed, just like a printer’s Auto Document Feeder. Continue reading
myCharge Energy Shot, $25 (suggested price) external smartphone battery has a clever package with expected performance from its rechargeable 2000mAh Lithium battery. Continue reading
Read the how and why about this list from the top of the #10 post, then come back to read about Open It! Continue reading
I’ve looked into specialty desk and bedside lamps when on the hunt for what would be good for student bedrooms/study areas and dorms. With LED technology on the ascent, the Aeonic 2 was particularly attractive for any user, and I knew it would be worth a look because everything offered by my friends at C. Crane Company is more than just good, or they won’t sell it.
I believe there’s an impending bandwidth showdown. When it will occur is not certain.
A fan of Fujitsu ScanSnap products for many years, I have recently returned to the fold after a couple of years of using alternatives. It’s great to be back! I won’t wander again!
DBEST Duo is a set of relatively inexpensive, good quality speakers that operate wired and wireless with just about any device. Ideally for small devices needing better than built-in sound, these are of surprising quality and punch.
magicJack PLUS, $70, builds on the success of the original product. I have had nothing but success with the original, be it connected to a Mac or Windows PC. One year of service is included, with one-year renewals costing $30 and five years for $100.