Posts by tag: laptop

Gadgets January 20, 2017 posted by

IS|CC – a simple solution to a privacy problem

In our connected lives, our privacy is easily violated and it often falls on the user to take steps to protect themselves. All of our tech is vulnerable, that’s the price we pay for connection but we can take some steps to preserve our privacy better. To that end, the IS|CC is a small and attractive solution to unwanted access through webcams.

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IS|CC – a simple solution to a privacy problem
Gadgets May 25, 2016 posted by

Sofia Lap Desk – work in bed, be comfortable

Everything is better in bed. Well, not everything but a lot of things. Breakfast, a movie, reading a book, work. Those sorts of things are greatly improved by being totally comfortable. The Sofia Lap Desk is the lap desk that wants to make sure you can work long into the night, without leaving your comfy spot.

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Sofia Lap Desk – work in bed, be comfortable
Gadgets March 4, 2016 posted by

Chatlight – stop chatting in the darkness

We face a lot of cameras in today’s world. Selfies, video chats, what have you all of which call for us to be in front of a camera. Unless you’re filming with legit equipment, chances are your lighting choices could use a little bit of help. Enter the Chatlight, the little light to help you be seen in when your face in front of a camera.

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Chatlight – stop chatting in the darkness
Gadgets March 31, 2015 posted by

DELL XPS13 2015 – On The Road With This New Ultra Portable Computer, Good & Bad

We’re happy to report that Windows laptops aren’t dead. Despite a sustained and long term assault by tablet computers, netbooks, Chromebooks and even smartphones, the fact is there are some things you can only do with a full blown laptop computer. We’ve recently took one of the most interesting of the new breed out on a short 5 day road test, to see just how well the genre is doing in its fightback. The answer is, very well indeed.

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DELL XPS13 2015 – On The Road With This New Ultra Portable Computer, Good & Bad