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Brother Printer MFCJ4320DW Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax

In our office, we have a big multi-function device to handle our printing needs. It does a great job, except when some tiny little plastic part breaks. Our service contract handles repairs and the service gets it fixed as soon as possible. But there can be a gap of a …

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Motoraux 600Mbps Dual Band Wireless USB WiFi Adapter

Motoraux 600Mbps Dual Band Wireless USB WiFi Adapter

If you have gotten a laptop in the last decade, it likely came with a WiFi adapter. That is also true of some desktop computers, but not all of them. What happens if you have a WiFi adapter that isn’t as fast as you’d like or simply stops working. In …

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Western Digital Black Hard Drives Provide Fast, Large Storage for Data

Western Digital Black Hard Drive

There are two major flavors of drives you can use to store data on your computer. SSD (solid state drives) provide speed though they have a higher cost. So they are best used to store your operating system and software. A good old fashioned hard drive is the more economically …

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Kindle Fire HD 10 Specially Priced for Mother’s Day

Last week I wrote about the Kindle Oasis, a device specially designed just for book reading. If you are looking for an e-reading device that also has tablet functions, there is a big sale going on with the Kindle Fire HD10 from now until Mother’s Day (to be exact, sale …

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Kindle Oasis Closest Ebook Reader To Real Book

I’ve been providing posts at least once a month with links to Kindle books that are available for free for a short time. You can certainly read these books on your computer, but it is a lot more convenient to read them on a tablet or a dedicated Kindle device. …

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Fast USB Charging, Cradle and AC Power Outlets Combined

Belkin 3-Outlet Wall Mount Cradle with Dual 2.4 AMP Charging

It is a topic that comes up often with me. There is no such thing as enough power outlets or USB outlets. Even though I have several, some of the older ones don’t push as much juice through the USB ports as I’d like. Recently I was looking for an …

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Video Calling Easy and Inexpensive With Logitech C270

I remember when I first got a Webcam. Trying to make a video call was very difficult as the software for the calls was rare. Now we have many choices in software. I also find that my network of contacts grows globally every year. As travel to meet those contacts …

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Canon PowerShot SX720 HS Provides 40X Optical Zoom

I shoot most of my photos these days with my smartphone unless I really need features including on my DLSR. One thing smartphones don’t do really well is zoom and that’s where the Canon PowerShot SX720 HS excels! What is the killer feature? It has 40X optical zoom (that’s the …

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Be Prepared With a Computer Toolkit

It always seems as if things go wrong at the worst possible time. Make sure you are ready to fix your computer by having a toolkit handy. Of course you may always find it useful if you build your own computer or prepare your own network. Kits are available in …

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Convert HDMI Output to VGA Input With Adapter

I told you a few days ago that my presentation in Las Vegas wasn’t initially setup as specified. One thing I didn’t mention in that post was that the cable going to the projector was initially a VGA cable. This could have been a problem since my laptop only has …

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