ComputerStick is a 4-inch pocketable quad-core computer powered by the Intel Cherry Trail Atom chipset for fast graphics, featuring 5GHz WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, USB and microSD ports, LED power indicator, air vents, cooling fans, and the Windows 10 operating system. Read more
Pyle Audio launched a personal fitness trainer and data tracking device for cyclists. The PSBCG90 Smart Bicycling Computer is a great companion for outdoor sports which was designed to track your performance, map locations and help you plan new routes. The device connects to the computer to allow you to save your personalized training data and to view details of your performance records. Read more
I don’t know how many of you know this, but when you work at the computer for a long period of time, you blink less often and, in time, that causes the dry eye syndrome and, when you feel the sting or burn sensation, you end up using eye drops. To prevent this from happening, someone in Japan created these wink glasses called the Masunaga Wink Glasses. Read more
The King Jim mouse has a built-in camera that activates at the press of the button to start capturing still images, shooting videos, scanning QR codes, or record audio. According to the specifications, you can use the camera of the mouse on computers running the latest Windows operating system, and as you press the dedicated button, the software that comes with the mouse will start so you can see and edit the recorded content directly on the computer. Read more
To most users, the words “partitioning your hard drives” do not ring a bell. But to the more advanced users, partitioning your hard drives is a must especially if you have those very large capacity hard drives that can contain up to 2 or 3 terra bytes of data. The reason for partitioning your hard drives is to create a separate partition that is considered or regarded as a different hard drive, meaning, data found or located on a separate partition is totally separated from the rest of the other partitions even if it is on the same hard disk drive. It would not be affected even if you format and reformat the other partitions, or if the other partitions get infected by a virus the data located on a different partition is usually safe and will not be affected by it. You can have multiple partitions on a single disk; it’s up to the user on how much space would there be on each partition and on how many partitions the user would need on a single disk. Read more
The term CD duplication refers to the process used to make an exact copy of an existing CD. Duplication is a fast process that is less expensive and more efficient than replication and is often used when smaller quantities of copies, usually less than 500, are called for. This process can be used in a wide variety of industries including the music industry for audio CDs and businesses that use CD backups for their servers. Read more
On average, due to the way technology advances—or gets outdated—and the numerous issues that can plague computers, both desktops and laptops last 3 – 4 years for the typical user. With this average lifespan coupled with the amount that we use them, buying a new computer seems like an ongoing task. Despite the regularity of the purchase, however, you can still save money on the purchase if you follow these simple tips below. Read more
As a company, the chances are you often handle vast amounts of data. In a world dominated by leading concepts such as big data, it can be easy to assume that the vast whole matters much more than the individual parts, that everything is okay as long the general mass is still there.
Yet this couldn’t be further from the truth. Every piece of data or information is vital and so steps should be taken to ensure this. This should hopefully encourage you to make the right choice and invest in greater data recovery and protection. Read more
When choosing a company to replicate your DVDs the foremost criteria for most people are cost, quality and customer service. Replication Centre pride themselves in having a resolute focus on all three of these factors.
Duplication Centre, the original sister company to Replication Centre, has built an excellent reputation by delivering low cost DVDs of excellent quality. As a result they have grown to become the UK’s market leader in CD and DVD duplication with 50% of their business coming from happy repeat customers. For those who want a run of DVDs that is longer than 1,000 copies, replication is a more economical answer than duplication. Read more
In case your collection of original CDs and DVDs became too large and you are not interested in that content anymore, there are several options to get rid of them in order to make some space and even earn some money.
The Internet is a great source of information when trying to turn old stuff for cash. If your CDs and DVDs collection is valuable, you could think of offering it as a gift to a friend who you know will appreciate it as much as you did in the past, while the other option would be to sell it online, on sites where people can place bids so you can obtain the best offers.
Still, some discs will remain unsold and, instead of throwing away good music, games and movies, you could use an online service that evaluates your CDs, DVDs and Blu-rays and displays offers instantly. You won’t make a fortune but extra money sounds helpful especially when you don’t have where to sell your old music, movies and games. Read more