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The mobility and easy access of USB flash drives make them one of the best candidates for transporting data. We just invested in this 4-pack of Kingston DataTraveler 4GB USB flash drives. We use them for school, general data storage, and even to run operating systems like Ubuntu on.
When you have to copy data […]
The holidays are less than a few months away, so start that wish list. If your family doesn’t already enjoy the clarity of high-definition during TV time on a regular basis, then the time to invest in an LCD TV is sooner than later.
Samsung has been the leader in high-definition televisions for years now. The […]
If you’ve been browsing the web for the best price on an entertainment router with great wireless and wired performance, then your search ends here. Cisco is the leader of networking solutions and have been designing and manufacturing the most dependable routers on the market for many years.
The WRT320N features the power of Wireless-N, lightning […]
Even though most electronics we use daily have built-in and proprietary batteries or simply plug into the wall, many other devices still use classic batteries to perform their duties. Think portable radios, remote controls, and some digital cameras. Even third-party video game console controllers also use regular AA batteries.
Why spend more on single-use batteries when […]
Backing up your data provides you with peace of mind and ensures that in the event of hardware failure, your valuable information can be restored instead of being forever lost. Data can be important documents, priceless digital photographs, your music collection, home videos, and other kinds of formats that keep your life together. The thought […]
If you don’t use a flash drive as one of your primary methods of portable data storage, then you’re living in the past. Sure, internet clouds and other forms of online storage are available but what if you were unable to access the internet or needed to download a very large file on a time […]
When I was growing up, computers weren’t really a mainstay in grade school. We had a computer lab where we would play Oregon Trail and other assorted educational games stored on 5¼” floppy disks. We’d use Big Chief paper in the earlier years to write sentences and wide-ruled paper to write essays in the latter […]