Lisa Johnston is a writer and editor who has been covering computer peripherals and other consumer electronics since 2004.
Lisa has written for and edited various print and online publications in the consumer electronics world, including Best, Design News, and TWICE: This Week In Consumer Electronics.
Lisa has a BA from Oswego State University and an MA from Emerson College.
From Lisa Johnston:
Peripherals have the opportunity to greatly enhance -- or frustrate -- our computing experiences. Choosing the right devices can help you get the most out your desktop, laptop or netbook, and you shouldn’t need a degree in mechanical engineering to operate them correctly.