TechFan #163 – XBOX Surface Pro One

On May 26, 2014, in TechFan, by Tim Robertson

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Tim and David discuss the Microsoft decision to dump the Kinetic in the XBOX One, the new Surface Pro laptop – tablet, the HP 7-Plus, Samsung and Apple, and Lego Marvel Super Heroes.

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HP Laserjet Pro MFP M521dn – Review

On August 16, 2013, in printer, Review, by Vicki Stokes

HP Laserjet Pro MFP M521dn
Company: HP
Price: $899.99

The HP LaserJet Pro MFP M521dn  is a high-end home office laser printer. The printer features duplex printing, ePrint, automatic document feeder, as well as, the typical multiple function features, fax, copy, and scan. Additional features include touch screen access to business apps and HP ePrint. HP ePrint allows printing by sending an email attached document to the printer’s email address. It should be noted that this model prints black only.

 

 

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Because We Podcast
TechFan Podcast #78

On May 25, 2012, in TechFan, by Tim Robertson

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Tim Robertson and David Cohen discuss David’s week-long love affair with his Greece Stomach Virus, the iHome Genuine Fit Case for the iPad, HP and the Enyo team, SpaceX, Airfoil, Facebook stock, the confusing state of PSP games on the PSVita, and the wonderful Because We May sale. Wow, what a long sentence!

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Confessions of a Macworld Rookie

On January 28, 2012, in iWorld 2012, Macworld Expo 2012, by Tom Schmidt


The 2012 Macworld | iWorld show is nearly over. Today is the last day and the floor has just opened. As I sit in the press room thinking through the past days there are still a few things to look forward to, like dinner with an old friend and a ride to the airport tonight.

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Copy Cats
TechFan Podcast #62

On January 13, 2012, in Podcast, TechFan, by Tim Robertson

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Just how bad is copying in the tech industry? While there should be no debate that everyone seems to be borrowing design ideas from everyone else, is it becoming a pandemic? Tim and David chat about this, and a variety of other topics I would remember better if it were not twelve long hours ago that we recorded the show and when I am typing this up. Oh, and Mr. Cohen never did send me that link for Dungeon Raid, so I had to spend at LEAST forty-five seconds looking it up myself! I know, right?!?

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Biggest Tech Stories of 2011
TechFan Podcast #61

On December 30, 2011, in TechFan, by Tim Robertson

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Did you top tech story of 2011 make this list? David and Tim have what they consider the top ten on this episode of TechFan! Agree or disagree, let us know!

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HP LaserJet CP1025nw Color Printer
Review

On November 29, 2011, in Macintosh, printer, Review, Wireless, by John Nemerovski

LaserJet CP1025nw Color
Company: HP
$179.00 US

HP LaserJet CP1025nw Color is the most affordable SOHO (small office, home office) color laser printer HP has ever produced, and the best printer in this category we have reviewed at MyMac. Unpacking takes a couple of minutes. Weight and bulk are minimal. Wireless software installation and setup take a few more minutes, without any glitches whatsoever. Color laser toner ships pre-installed, requiring no annoying and possibly messy acquaintance with the printer’s internal components. In a word, hallelujah.

The printer communicates with computers via USB, Ethernet cable, or WiFi. The latter is being used to test HP LaserJet CP1025nw Color because wireless printing is the SOHO trend. HP claims this model is the “world’s smallest color laser printer,” and it certainly has a tiny footprint and physical presence, plus attractive design.

A Macintosh sends its document info to the printer almost instantly, and completed prints emerge seconds later. When I click PRINT on my MacBook Pro, which is in my house, the printer completes basic print jobs before I can dash out to my studio office, thirty feet away, as fast as I can run.

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Heated Topics
TechFan Podcast #56

On November 18, 2011, in TechFan, by Tim Robertson


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Tim and David have a heated discussion on the merit and fairness of comparing the Kindle Fire to the iPad in reviews. What the tech industry needs to do to get competitive and make better products is also discussed. Plus, David asks the question: with Modern Warfare 3, has the Xbox 360 reached it’s zenith? And Tim goes through a major change with his entertainment system. And if all that is not enough, some big changes are discussed about the MyMac Podcasting Network, and what is the Stoplight Network?

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Tom @ FirstTech
TechFan Podcast #48

On September 23, 2011, in Podcast, TechFan, by Tim Robertson


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Tom Schmidt from FirstTech in Minneapolis joins Tim and David to discuss what an Apple Specialist is, what they do, and why Apple customers may have a better choice than an Apple Store. Tim buys a new PS3 and overlooks obvious solutions to getting his saved game data to the new machine. Neflix has more woes, as does David with iOS games. Plus, after HP ditches the TouchPad, now they ditch their CEO! All that, and MUCH more on this episode of TechFan.

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Jobs CEO No More
MyMac Podcast #364

On August 25, 2011, in Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast


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A sad beginning to the show. After Gaz and Guy finished recording Tuesday, Steve Jobs resigned from Apple. This was too big a story to wait until next week so Tim Robertson (you MAY have heard of him) and Guy record their thoughts on the passing of the torch at our favorite tech company. It’s at the beginning of the show but was recorded later…mind explodes!

Meanwhile some time before that, a rare East Coast earthquake shakes things up for Guy and he seems a little more brain scattered than usual, but fortunately Gaz is there to keep him on the straight and narrow. The whole HP/WebOS thing whets some mention along with updates, Mac App Store pricing, oddly shaped German Tablets, and Orangoutangs. How is Version and Auto-Save different? We have to stop the show to find out and Gaz FINALLY gets a People’s Pick (or three). Guy cuts a bit of himself out of the show because he basically gave away Gaz’s Contest…BAD GUY!

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Tech Duck Hunt
TechFan Podcast #43

On August 19, 2011, in Podcast, TechFan, by Tim Robertson


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A crazy week in the tech world means a fun show for TechFan! First, Google buys Motorola’s mobile devision for HOW MUCH? Yikes. Then, HP kills off not only the new WebOS devises, but all their consumer PC business to boot. Double yikes! Finally, would you rather have forty iOS games, or one Nintendo 3DS game?

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Complaining Monkeys
TechFan Podcast #36

On July 1, 2011, in Podcast, TechFan, by Tim Robertson


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Tim and David discuss the 4th anniversary of the iPhone, Tim’s recent Apple store visit, streakers, noise from the tech press, and monkeys!

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Kids in a Tech World
TechFan #26

On April 8, 2011, in Podcast, TechFan, by Tim Robertson


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Tim Robertson and Kevin Shea sit down and discuss raising children in the tech-crazy world of today, how you can become certified in Apple technologies, and just how open is Google? Plus, who remembers At Ease?

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Macworld Expo 2011 Day 2 Part 1
MyMac Podcast 333

On January 28, 2011, in Macworld Expo, Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast

OMG! Where did Guy go? Since the show must go on, Tim Robertson (TechFan) hosts the podcast as Day 2 of the Macworld Expo takes center stage. With Tim and Owen Rubin reporting from the showroom floor, we talk with Apparent Software, HP, iStreamer, Jaksta, Kensington, MacKeeper, and MindVision Software.

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I Just Bought A Windows Laptop

On January 4, 2010, in Opinion, by Elisa Pacelli

My husband uses Windows computers (oh, the shame!), but for his purposes it’s fine. His computing knowledge is limited to Fantasy Football and online poker. Hubby was using a very old desktop computer that finally bit the dust this past fall. Rather than buy another computer, I let him use my HP Vista laptop.

“You have a Windows computer?” I hear you all saying right about now. Let me give you a brief history of why I have one: I went back to college in August of 2007. Even though the college is six miles away, I chose to take my classes online. This meant I needed to log on to the college servers for some of my classes. Since they are a Windows-based school, it was just easier to buy a Windows computer.

Back to the story. I used my laptop only during school, and just for school. No iTunes, no photos, just school work. The computer was shut down between semesters. I graduated in May, 2009, and kept the computer off until October 2009, when hubby needed it.

But our story takes a nasty turn. My WIndows laptop died in early December. Battery and hard drive were fine; it was probably something with the motherboard. HP wanted to charge me $259 to fix it – and they thought they were doing me a favor! No way!

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HP Booth Visit – Photosmart A26 Photo Printer

On January 29, 2008, in Macworld Expo, Video, by The MyMac Podcast

Nemo and Owen at the HP booth checking out the Photosmart A26 Photo printer. Watch below in YouTube quality, or click here for the 17MB HD quality in QuickTime. Photographer is Jim Dicker.

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Hewlett-Packard Photosmart 7280 All-In-One Printer
Company: HP

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I’ve been a long-time user of HP all-in-one printers. My Photosmart 2710 has a reliable workhorse for me, in spite of a few small irritations.

While there are some drawbacks to having all your printing/scanning/copying/faxing eggs in one mechanical basket, I love the convenience of having only one box to deal with. When I was offered the chance to review the Photosmart 7280, I jumped at the chance.

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HP Photosmart C4280 All-in-One Printer
Company: HP

Price: $99 (US)
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I remember hearing once, long before computers became so popular, that they would become so fast and powerful, with a storage capacity and connectivity, that we would essentially live in a paperless world. And so here we are today, in a world dominated by computers of all shapes and sizes. Computers are so common now that, if we know someone who does not have one, we are mystified how that could even be possible. But the promise, or prediction, of the paperless world has never come to pass. If anything, the commonality of computers has only increased our need for paper. Be it for documents or pictures, printers of all shapes and sizes can be found plugged into most computers, whether using a direct USB connection or over a local area network.

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HP G4010 Flatbed Scanner
Review

On July 18, 2007, in Review, Scanner, by Art Schwartz

 


Hewlett Packard G4010 Flatbed Scanner
Company: Hewlett-Packard

Price: $180
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My name is Art Schwartz and this my first MyMac.com review. I’m a Mac convert, a wannabe photographer, and a recovering academic. By “recovering academic” I mean I: (a) spent the greater part of my career pontificating to disinterested undergraduate students; and (b) am really trying recover my ability to communicate in a manner that is accurate, interesting and informative.

When I was contacted about reviewing an affordable flatbed scanner that did six color scanning up to 9600 dpi, I jumped at the opportunity. Since my Minolta Dimage 5400 scanner died and left me with the problem of still needing to digitize more than 5,000 images, I have been searching for a scanner that produces quality scans in a reasonable amount of time, that didn’t require a graduate degree in engineering to learn to operate, and wouldn’t require a home-equity loan to purchase. Therefore, I approached learning to use the HP G4010 to scan pictures, documents, film and slides with high hopes and great enthusiasm.

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