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Category Archives: SGB Gadgets
I have a new review up on OCIA.net. Today we are taking a look at the Vantec NexStar SATA to USB3.0 adapter. Adapters are always interesting to test – sometimes they work as advertised – and sometimes not. Stop on … Continue reading
Ok, maybe I am a bit off the wall here, but I just don’t see this product being that popular. I saw over on HotHardware this morning that Iomega is releasing 3 skinned external drive enclosures in the 500gb range. … Continue reading
Saw this over on HotHardware this morning – Corsair is coming out with a 32gb Solid State drive, that after rebate comes in at less than $70. This makes something like SilverStone’s HDDBOOST which I recently reviewed, much more affordable. … Continue reading
Head on over to OCIA.net where we have reviewed the Cooler Master NotePal EgroStand.
From Boing Boing this morning: The Tiny DV Camera Recorder. From the sellers site: Features: The Tiny DV Camera Recorder Thumb size alloy housing Manually and sound activated recording Web camera for online video chat Support AVI video format Low … Continue reading
This stuff might be overkill… personally I use a can of compressed air and a damp cloth. However, for some, this might be required: Cyber Clean! You take out the goo and mash it onto your keyboard. The goo then … Continue reading
Via Gear Live – This just plain looks neat and very simple. This is the simplest portable GPS locating device available, ideal for finding your car after shopping, returning to a favorite spot on the beach, or returning to camp. … Continue reading
Via TechEBlog: These tiny coins that look like quarters can be used to hold the small microSD cards. They can be picked up from ThinkGeek. While it sounds like a neat idea… I can tell you this. IF I had … Continue reading
Saw this a little while ago on the “Geeks are Sexy” blog. Kiltak did a post on it and linked to the demo videos for us. I though just haven’t seen enough to decide if it would really work as … Continue reading