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February 13, 2015

Review: NeatConnect Cloud Scanner and Digital Filing System

Going Paperless

As a tech journalist, one of the things I’ve always been a bit ashamed to admit is the fact that I’m still rocking a lot of paper. From business cards to receipts, there’s simply a ton of paper I keep locked up in the filing cabinets, and while numerous attempts to go paperless have been made at one point or another, it’s always ended in complete and utter failure.

Recently, after receiving what is a mountain of business cards, receipts, and paperwork at the “supposedly” innovative and forward thinking CES (Consumer Electronics Show), I received a very welcome e-mail from the guys over at Neat, who offered to [...]

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June 19, 2013

XCom Global International MiFi Rental Review

Staying Connected on the Go

While preparing for Computex in Taipei this year, one of the biggest considerations I had was to make sure I had a means of staying connected on the go. Given the fact that it was my first time in Taipei and I had a ton of meetings  to make, I definitely wanted to make sure I had access to at least Google Maps, my e-mail, and of course LINE, which I quickly realized was the Whatsapp/Viber/WeChat alternative of choice in Taiwan.

Since I use AT&T wireless here at home for my cellphone service, I decided to check with them first to see what type of packages were offered for global data. Taking a quick look at the AT&T Wireless Global Data [...]

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December 14, 2012

Think Tank Photo Urban Disguise 50 V2.0 Review

Camera Bag for the Professional

As requested by a number of my YouTube subscribers last year, I compiled a list of the equipment I keep in my camera bag and while cameras, lenses, microphones, etc. are covered, one thing I didn’t do is cover the camera bag. The reason for this is because I simply didn’t really like the camera bag I had. It was bulky, it was obvious it was a camera bag, and it just plain looked a bit ugly. Since it wasn’t something I’d personally recommend, I decided to go out and search for something I would.

This then brings us to our review for the day, the Think Tank Photo Urban Disguise 50 v2.0 camera bag. For those unfamiliar [...]

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July 9, 2012

NZXT HUE Review: One Size Fits All RGB LED Case Lighting

One Size Fits All RGB LED Case Lighting

Since 2004, NZXT has been bringing all kinds of unique and innovative case accessories, cases, and CPU coolers to the enthusiast/gamer markets. One such case accessory of course is case lighting, which is probably one of the easiest ways to give your windowed case a brand new look.

This is why today, we’re going to be taking a look at NZXT’s latest case lighting kit, the NZXT HUE. The HUE, unlike most LED lighting kits on the market, is a fully customizable RGB (Red Green Blue) LED light strip. Because the HUE uses LEDs to produce lighting, it allows the HUE run cool and be very power efficient while still being able to pump [...]

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July 17, 2012

Lamptron FC Touch and FC9 Fan Controller Review

Two High End Fan Controllers Reviewed

Being PC enthusiasts, we love to buy huge cases and load them up with tons of fans. This is beneficial as more fans typically translate into better airflow and of course, better cooling performance to chill our hot hardware. However, with more fans, more cooling, and more airflow, one problem that’s bound to happen is increased noise. While a bit of noise is perfectly acceptable when you’re doing something intensive like rendering a video or playing Battlefield 3 with a headset, it can get annoying when you’re trying to appreciate some Beethoven and your PC sounds like a 747 about to taking off. To make a PC a bit more [...]

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June 9, 2012

NZXT Aperture M Review

Meet NZXT’s First Card Reader

Being a product reviewer, one thing I need to spend a lot of time doing is taking pictures. Once pictures are taken of course, they somehow need to end up on my computer. For most of us, this means constantly connecting the camera via USB to your computer. Unfortunately, for those who constantly take pictures, transfer them, and need to take more pictures, this is a huge hassle. The other way to do this is to have a memory card reader, which will allow you to simply pop out a memory card and have it read by a pre-attached memory card reader. For those familiar with memory card readers, you’ll probably be most familiar with the [...]

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April 25, 2012

NZXT FZ LED Fan and Sleeved LED Kit – Case Lighting Overview

Got a Window? Use it!

Chances are, you have a bookcase or some cabinets at home with large windows up front. Most of us do, and chances are, inside those bookcases or cabinets, we have lighting. Why? Well, we’ve gotta show off how awesome our book collections are or how beautiful our china is.

We spend tons of money on high end windowed cases, matching colors and all that cool stuff each year, but honestly, how many of us go that extra mile to light everything up? From what I’ve seen from many of my own builds as well as those from others, I’d have to say not many, but it shouldn’t be that way. There are many [...]

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