Planning to shop on Cyber Monday? Read these tips to get the biggest bang for your buck when it comes to computer peripherals.
The last time I reviewed something from MyKeyO, there was one fatal flaw. Not so with the company's Silicone Executive Restt. Read all about it in the full review.
The last model in the PowerLite 17 series from Epson is the W17 - the top of its line. How does it differ from its X17 and S17 siblings? Click here to find out.
Gearing up for Black Friday? While a lot of the talk surrounding the much-hyped shopping holiday has been centered around tablets, computer peripherals are taking a supporting role in many stores. Click here to read some of the Black Friday deals that have been announced for computer accessories.
Next up in the PowerLite 17 series from Epson: the X17. This projector is extremely similar to the S17 but it ups the ante just a bit. Read all about it in the close-up overview.
Epson recently began rolling out use of its free iProjection app to its projectors. The PowerLite S17 is a budget-priced full-size projector that's geared toward classroom use. If you purchase an external wireless LAN module, you can also take advantage of the app. Read more about the S17 in the close-up overview.
As we saw with the Rugged USB Key, LaCie takes its flash drives seriously. See how things shook out with the Porsche Design USB Key in this hands-on review.
Yes, you'll be able to hear the music from your headphones, but will you be able to answer and end calls, or adjust the volume? Maybe not. Click here to find out how you can tell. (Hint: It might have an MFi logo.)
The VS320 projector from Epson is extremely similar to the VS220 (which this site recently took a look at), with the exception of just two main things. Find out what they are in this close-up examination.