Archive for the 'Wireless' Category
Western Digital has unveiled its latest technology, not an HDD this time but a very useful Wi-Fi Range Extender. From the name itself this device is able to expand wireless home networks into out-of-reach areas of the home or office. Not all wireless router / wireless network can cover the entire building because of several factors. Now with the help of My Net Wi-Fi Range Extender, you can ensure that your employees, office mates, familiy members (If you are @ home), can get faster, stronger and more reliable wireless connectivity on their laptop, tablet pc, and even smartphones. The device is designed to support bandwidth intense activities such as streaming video, online gaming, and video calls.
The cell phone has come a long way its early days. From the very first mobile phones with those heavy, carry-along battery packs that emerged in the 1970s, to the large, boxy hand-held numbers from the 1980s, to the smaller but relatively featureless flip-phones of the 1990s, cell phones have evolved quite a bit since their initial inception.
These days, some models of cell phones are smaller and lighter than ever. Others (like most smartphones) are more substantial in size and weight, but are absolutely loaded with features. The prices of cell phones and cell phone service has dropped as the years have gone by, and many cell phone features can save you quite a bit of money in your day to day life as well — sometimes in ways that you might not have expected.
Brando has introduced their latest gadget for this month of July, the all new wireless keyboard/mouse called Keymouse II. It is a remote-like mouse with full QWERTY keyboard that uses 2.4GHz wireless connectivity. The mouse can be use even on air like an air mouse and when you need to use the keyboard just flip it and start typing. The good thing with its keyboard – it has media buttons that light up in the dark, hassle free when you need to click them even in dark places. The Keymouse II is compatible with Windows XP or higher, Mac OS X and Linux. It can be use within 15m of range and it was technically designed for home theatre, presentations and etc. You can purchase Brando Keymouse II with a price of only $59, not too pricey for a cool gadget.
Cisco has announced its latest wireless-n router called Linksys WRT400N. This wireless router is capable to provide simultaneous dual-band Wireless-N connection of either 802.11g/b/a/n or 802.3/u for both wired and wireless device while offering 128-bit of wireless encryption and SPI firewall for air-tight security. Currently I’m using WRT320N at home and I’m very satisfied with my wireless router, no problem at all and very easy to setup. The WRT400N will have 4 10/100 Ethernet ports to plug your wired devices such as desktop computers, printer and etc. Take note this router only weighs 1.01 pounds and it can provide fast internet connection speed, longer distance, no downtime based on experience. The WRT400N will have a retail price of 149.99 USD with a 1-year limited warranty.
Mad Catz has announced its latest keyboard for gamers equipped with the latest technology like touch screen panel, and low-profile scissor keys, an integrated 360 degree trackball with left and right mouse buttons and mouse buttons called Eclipse Litetouch Keyboard. This keyboard is powered by an internal rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery and uses 2.4 GHz RF as its way to communicate with your desktop and what’s good about the eclipse litetouch keyboard is that it can be re-configure and with its 3-in-1 touch panel, users can access different media shortcuts and other applications. The eclipse keyboard costs $129.99 for the wireless version and $99.99 with the one with cable.
Looking for a superb wireless speaker? Then check this out, the Logitech Z-5450 Digital 5.1 Speaker System. Logitech is well known for creating electronic technologies such as speakers, keyboards, mouse, headset, webcam, and other techie stuff. And one their specialties is their wireless products. This Logitech wireless speaker specification includes dual wireless rear speakers, with earth-shaking bass from its RMS dual-chamber subwoofer. The total system power is 315 watts which is good enough for a room or a mid-sized living room.