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  • Our Favorite Things: The Ultrapod II Travel Tripod

    Our Favorite Things: The Ultrapod II Travel Tripod

    There are a lot of toys out there for the traveling photographer (for whom a gift guide is forthcoming), but a simple, durable tripod is just plain essential. There are quite a few options in this area, and if you wanted to pay $90, you could get a nice Gorillapod with a ball head. But I prefer to keep it simple, and will be buying myself a new Ultrapod II for Christmas. Read More

  • Review: Dropcam Echo

    Review: Dropcam Echo

    When I first wrote about Dropcam I was fairly excited. Why? Because I had been looking for a simple DVR/security system for my home so I could see if the FedEx guy was at the door. Dropcam appeared, disappeared, and then was launched a few months ago. In the interim I started using a Linksys wireless cam and Vitamin D and that has worked extremely well and then Logitech came out with their… Read More

  • Review: Gyration Air Mouse Elite (Now For Mac)

    Review: Gyration Air Mouse Elite (Now For Mac)


    Short version: A perfectly usable air mouse with the usual drawbacks, but simple and user-friendly configuration. A handy accessory for HTPCs and for those who just like to lean back. Read More

  • Review: NOX Audio Specialist Gaming Headset

    Review: NOX Audio Specialist Gaming Headset


    Short version: NOX’s first entry into the crowded gaming headset market sets itself apart with its portability, comfort, and ease of use. Read More

  • Review: Netgear Stora

    Review: Netgear Stora

    Short Version: Hard drives that claim to do it all are a dime-a-dozen. Finally, however, I’ve found one that delivers on those claims. Read More

  • Review: Western Digital My Book 3.0

    Review: Western Digital My Book 3.0


    We looked at the 500GB USB 3.0 Seagate BlackArmor PS110 a few days back and now the Western Digital My Book 3.0 drive is on the bench. There are some important differences and similarities between the two USB 3.0 options. First, while the PS110 is a portable solution and the My Book 3.0 is a desktop external, both drives spin at 7200 RPM. They also both come with USB 3.0 ports, with the… Read More