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Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 Includes Multi-Touch Touchpad

I’ll start out by making it really clear that I am personally not a fan of low-profile keyboards. I prefer a full-size ergonomic keyboard. My most recent post on this style of keyboard was Microsoft Skulpt Ergonomic Desktop Provides New Input Tools. While that is my personal preference, I know …

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Medialink USB WiFi Adapter – Small Size and Fast Speed

Loyal readers are aware that we are Preparing To Move Computer From Windows XP to Windows 8.1 in our office. We actually have a second computer running Windows XP, though it probably hasn’t been powered on in the last six months. Since there is nothing to salvage on that machine, …

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Netgear Nighthawk WiFi Gigabit Router Delivers Range and Speed

Most of us now have some way for broadband Internet to entire our house or business. The speed of your Internet is dependent on whichever company is providing the service to you and speeds can range from painfully slow to insanely fast. Once the Internet has entered your home or …

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LGA 1150 Processor Is The Heart of a Computer

A couple of months ago, I wrote about the Asus Z87 Deluxe DDR3 1600 LGA 1150 Motherboard and suggested it as a great starting point for a new computer. A loyal reader wrote me as he was assembling this motherboard and other parts I’ve suggested to build a powerhouse computer …

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New Kindle Fire HDX Tablets and Revamped Kindle Fire HD

Amazon has released the third generation of their Kindle Fire tablets. The latest iterations represent very powerful hardware at great prices when compared with the competition. Let’s look at what is available so you can decide if one of these tablets is right for you. The first tablet released will …

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Become An Automation Expert with X-Keys Programmable Keyboard

I got an e-mail recently from a loyal reader who wanted me to share the power of X-Keys programmable keyboards with you. Some users stick with just the basics and this may not be the tool for you. Other software users are obsessed with streamlining their workflow as much as …

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Ethernet Couplers and Switches Make Connecting Devices Easier

Don’t you just hate it when a cord just isn’t quite long enough? I’ve got that problem with the wireless router in our office. Our lifeline to the Internet plugs in to the router and it is a cable coming through the wall in our office. So there is no …

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Wacom Introduces New Lines of Graphics Tablets and a Tablet Computer

I’ve been using some form of a graphics tablet for nearly 20 years now. The vast majority of years it has been a Wacom tablet. Yes, there are other companies that make graphics tablets. Many have come and gone over the years and it is because Wacom’s tablets are simply …

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Microsoft Skulpt Ergonomic Desktop Provides New Input Tools

Most of my workday has me sitting in front of a keyboard. As a prolific writer, having a good keyboard is extremely important. By contrast, I have no interest at all in a touch screen computer. Tablet? Sure, a touchscreen is nice. But I wouldn’t do any extensive writing on …

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Technology Choices and Changes in the Unleashed Office

Typically I focus on computer hardware and software, along with complimentary products. Today I’m going to step back a bit and talk about some of the technology used in homes and offices. Over the past couple of weeks, there have been a number of technology changes being made in the …

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