• iPad Keyboard Case Review Battle! The Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Vs Belkin YourType Folio

    iPad Keyboard Case Review Battle! The Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Vs Belkin YourType Folio

    Two gadgets enter, one leaves. It’s that simple. Welcome to the TC Gadget Review Battle where two competing products are pitted against each other. No wishy-washy conclusion based on an arbitrary numbering system, just a reliable buying recommendation. A naked iPad is a fantastic device but not a particularly productive device. Enter about a billion iPad accessories. Here are two of the… Read More

  • Belkin Outs The Thunderbolt Express Dock, A Multi-Port Adapter For All Your Docking Needs

    Belkin Outs The Thunderbolt Express Dock, A Multi-Port Adapter For All Your Docking Needs

    You have a cable problem. Belkin has the docking solution. The Thunderbolt Express Dock aims to be a notebook (or iMac) owner’s best friend. As the name suggests, the dock utilizes the speedy, multiplatform Thunderbolt interconnect to expand a computer’s available ports. Simply plug in a single Thunderbolt cable to access three USB 2.0 ports, one Firewire 800 port, one 3.5mm… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Take 50% Off Everything On Today

    CrunchDeals: Take 50% Off Everything On Today

    See ya in two weeks, paycheck! is running a huge sale today. Everything, and I mean everything as there isn’t a minumum purhcase amount, can be yours for 50% under list today. That is if their website comes back to life before midnight tonight. Read More

  • Belkin Folio Case Adds A Keyboard To Your iPad

    Belkin Folio Case Adds A Keyboard To Your iPad

    Belkin has just announced the availability of their $99 iPad “Folio” case that includes a battery-powered Bluetooth keyboard that would, in theory, turn your iPad 2 into a full-bore mini-computer. While I, personally, have never been able to use a keyboard/tablet combo with any exuberance, I suspect that this kit, complete with 60-hour battery and a full iPad stand – might… Read More

  • Belkin Conserve lets you know if you left the refrigerator running, tells you to go catch it

    We all know something needs to happen to deal with the future of energy. Simple things such as leaving home electronics on contribute to more than 100 billion kilowatt hours of electricity wasted. While it can be easy to forget that a device is on or that it is even drawing electricity, Belkin is saying it’s important and is offering up a few products that will make sure to help. Read More

  • Video Review: Belkin Play Max Wireless-N Router

    Setting up a router should be the easiest part of your day. There is no reason the average person needs to think about SSIDs, WPA, and pre-shared keys. Thankfully, folks like Belkin are looking out for us morons. Their new line of routers feature four step set-up as well as a little card containing everything you need to know about your router on one card. You plug it into the cable modem or… Read More

  • Belkin seems to understand normal people, releases aptly named wireless routers

    Consumers are dumb. Don’t deny it. We are. Belkin apparently relized that and instead of opting for the standard router naming scheme which would be something like 802.11 WiFi MAX with Double Speed Pipe Router, the company took a simpler approach. Its new router’s names are simply their capabilities: Surf, Share, Play, and Play Max. Nice and easy, although my mother-in-law… Read More

  • Belkin launches pricey USB 3.0 products

    In an age when standard USB 2.0 cables can be purchased for next to nothing, the $40 price tag on Belkin’s 4-foot USB 3.0 cable ought to be enough to keep most of us out of the early adopter demographic for a while. Read More

  • Belkin outs new Laptop Cooling Pad

    Hey there, Hot Thighs. Got an uncomfortably warm laptop there, Hot Thighs? Listen, Hot Thighs, I saw that Belkin’s coming out with a new Laptop Cooling Pad and I thought of you. I was like, “Who’s the perfect candidate for a laptop cooler? Oh, doi. Hot Thighs.” Read More

  • Belkin’s latest FM transmitter uses GPS and user feedback to find best channel

    The “TuneCast Auto Live” FM transmitter from Belkin costs $80. That’s a lot of coin for an FM transmitter. It works with most iPhone and iPod devices, but you get extra features if you use it with your iPhone – most notably, there’s a free app that uses GPS and a ratings system populated by other TuneCast/iPhone users to find the clearest FM channels in your area. Read More

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