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CoolerMaster Storm QuickFire TK LED Backlit Mechanical Keyboard Review

CoolerMaster Storm QuickFire TK LED Backlit Mechanical Keyboard Review

The Storm QuickFire TK LED Backlit Mechanical Keyboard by CoolerMaster is a great keyboard especially if you are a gamer who needs a smaller, more portable keyboard. Unfortunately I needed a full-sized keyboard, but you can blame the QuickFire for my inability to read.

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writing an entire post with Google’s voice to text feature

writing an entire post with Google’s voice to text feature

I’ve been playing with tablets a lot at work and thought that I would explore Google’s voice to text functionality that’s built into the latest Android operating systems.there are several ways to use Google’s voice to text feature. The most common is voice search. People using an Android phone will find this particularly helpful if […]

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Microsoft’s WindowsRT Tablet Pricing

Microsoft’s WindowsRT Tablet Pricing

I was pretty excited when Microsoft’s Windows Surface tablet product line was announced. The features sounded like what I’ve been looking for since I owned a slate Windows XP tablet made by Motion Computing in 2004. The ports and capabilities seemed halfway between a power user’s laptop and an Android tablet. External storage, media connection, […]

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How to Replace the Keyboard on a Lenovo G450 laptop
By September 24, 20120 Comments Read More →

How to Replace the Keyboard on a Lenovo G450 laptop

Sometimes things happen. The can of compressed air got mixed up with the can for liquid carpet cleaner, and like that the keyboard on our Lenovo G450 laptop went kaput. Pressing a single key would result in multiple characters showing up on the screen. I tried prying the key caps up and cleaning the area […]

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Logitech Bluetooth Keyboard for Android Devices Review
By September 12, 20120 Comments Read More →

Logitech Bluetooth Keyboard for Android Devices Review

I am a huge fan of the 7″ tablet form factor. Small enough to fit in a back pants pocket, thigh cargo pocket, or a coat hand pocket, smaller tablets like the Nook, Fire, Nexus 7, or Tab are accessible in just about any situation. If you carry a bag or a purse you can […]

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4th Generation Kindle 6″ eBook Reader With Special Offers First Impressions

4th Generation Kindle 6″ eBook Reader With Special Offers First Impressions

I review the base model 6″ Kindle eBook reader from Amazon. I bought it as a gift for my niece, and I think it makes an excellent entry-level device for those interested in reading eBooks. The virtual keyboard leaves something to be desired, but that may not matter to some users.

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SlideIT Android OS Virtual Keyboard Review

SlideIT Android OS Virtual Keyboard Review

If you can point to letters and spell, the SlideIT swipe style keyboard for Android OS devices may be for you. It’s particularly great for one-handed text input.

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