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Good Keyboard For a Low Price

My hands are on a keyboard for long stretches of every day. I still love to use a Microsoft ergonomic keyboard that must be at least ten years old. Other users prefer a very compact keyboard so I thought I’d feature one today. I have not received anything for writing …

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Spice Things Up With Some Tajin

I’m taking a break from talking about electronics this week for something a little spicier. When I’m spending time in Mexico, I love the local cuisine. Yes, I love spicy food. While there, I learned about a spice mix named Tajin and I thought I’d share it with you. Yes, …

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Your Own Private Cloud Server With Massive Storage

We’ve used a NAS drive in our office as mass network storage for more than a decade. I wrote about the most recent device in the Asustor Network Attached Storage with 2, 4 and 10 Drive Bays post a couple of years ago. Since that was written, new models have …

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New Intel Chip Offers Ten Cores and Twenty Threads

We first got CPUs with two cores and even ways to split those cores into two threads each. Then we got quad core chips that could run eight concurrent threads. That has been the high-end of the mainstream for quite some time. Sure, there was a chip here and there …

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Amazon Fire Tablets Provide Inexpensive Option

While I was in Mexico, I read several books. Most of my reading these days happens on a tablet rather than a typical printed book. Why? It allows me to bring a large library with me so that I have choices of what to read. I have a full-featured Samsung …

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Scorkl Allows You To Breathe Underwater With Total Freedom

Since I’ll be within 100 yards of the sea in less than a week, I’ve been more interested in ways to explore underwater recently. Back in April I wrote AirBuddy Tankless Dive Gear For Portable Scuba Diving. Their Kickstarter campaign has now ended and they raised more than twice their …

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Seagate External Drive Handy for Backup and Extra Storage

I know you don’t backup your computer often or at all. There may be a couple of you who have regular backups, but you are a rare breed. Today we’re going to look at external hard drives that can help you keep your data safe or to simply be a …

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Bluetooth FM Transmitter Delivers Tunes and Hands Free Calling

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I will be embarking on a very long road trip this summer through areas that have few, if any, radio stations. If I want some music for the journey, I have to provide it. My phone has some great playlists, but my vehicle doesn’t support Bluetooth. That led me on …

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Three Webcams To Consider For Video Calls

Last week I wrote about the Echo Show and one of its big new features is making video calls. Of course the ability to make video calls isn’t unique to the Echo Show and is not even that new. I’ve been making video calls through Skype for nearly a decade. …

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Echo Show Adds Screen to Popular Amazon Device

I first saw Amazon’s Alexa device almost exactly two years ago. Now the family of devices uses the Echo name and there is a new member in the family. Thanks to the FTC, I have to tell you that I do earn a pitiful little commission if you order using …

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