Review – MP300 Plus Multimedia Speaker System

The MP300 Plus by Edifier are actually a quite sophisticated and cost-effective audio solution, and deliver exceptionally high quality sound for their size and price. The mid/high spherical speakers have an impressive frequency range of 230 Hz to 20 kHz, offering crisp and clean mid-range and highs, and the sub-woofer handles 45Hz to 200 Hz, adding that great bass response often missing from small speakers. The sound is crisp and clear…

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Even more AT&T fail- iPad with 3G more expensive

AT&T has announced new data plans for mobile Internet, claiming these plans will make it “more affordable to more people…”, but this is just not so. One giant hole in this make it more affordable idea is there is no longer an unlimited data plan for iPad customers. That kind of makes this a LOT more expensive actually, not more affordable as AT&T claims.

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2.4G Wireless Motormouse – Review

Every once in a while, I see a product that just makes me smile, and this is one of those products. Computer mice have become so boring and predictable, and admit it, they are just not very much fun. Sure, Apple has created some new, novel, and very cool mice, and Microsoft has some great multifunction devices as well, but they are still boring mice in the end.

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Noise-Reducing AUX Audio Cable – Review

The Kensington Noise-Reducing AUX Audio Cable is designed for just this kind of issue, and will work with any device that connects to a stereo in the house or the car via a 3.5 mm jack (think headset sized jack with a cable attached.) This device replaces the existing audio cable that goes between your music player and the amp, and includes an in-line noise reducing filter to get rid of those annoying sounds that do not really add to your music.

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Review – CarMD


Is that annoying Check Engine light on in your car? Is the car running poorly? Do you want to know why, or just how much it is going to cost to fix it? This device might just be your answer.

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PCSync Version 6 – Review


Many people own more than one computer. And when you have more than one computer, you immediately begin to have problems with file synchronization. Files created (or updated) on one machine are not the same any more on the other. Which one is newer? Did I make a change over there? Or what if you moving from a PC to a Mac? How do you move it all?

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The Little Digital Video Book – Review


When it comes to getting a digital video camera, you typically come about it in one of two ways. Either someone gave it to you as a gift, or you just bought it because your old one just broke. But in both cases, you probably obtained it just a few short days before you actually need to use it. Sadly, these cameras are a bit more complex than you typically expect, and you are not going to have those 3 to 4 weeks you need to figure out how it works. So what do you do?

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