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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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Lenovo N5902 Backlit Wireless HTPC Remote Control Review
By September 21, 20110 Comments Read More →

Lenovo N5902 Backlit Wireless HTPC Remote Control Review

I review the Lenovo N5902, the backlit successor to a popular remote control for home theater pc setups. There is still room for improvement, but the backlighting is a critical improvement for some.

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What to Look For In a Laptop If You Are a Normal Person

What to Look For In a Laptop If You Are a Normal Person

A friend of mine recently suffered a laptop failure and was looking for advice when buying a replacement. This has come up enough times that I thought I’d post something up. Please note that this advice assumes: the person using the laptop is interested in a Windows-based machine the person using the laptop will be […]

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iPazzPort Wireless USB HTPC Computer Remote Control First Impressions Review

iPazzPort Wireless USB HTPC Computer Remote Control First Impressions Review

About a month and a half ago I wrote about the HDE wireless USB infrared remote control that I bought for my home theater personal computer (HTPC). If you haven’t read that review yet, here’s the short story: it sucked. My dissatisfaction with the remote led me to buy the Lenovo wireless multimedia remote with […]

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Lenovo Multimedia Remote With Keyboard Review

Lenovo Multimedia Remote With Keyboard Review

I’ve gone through a bit of an odyssey with my home theater personal computer (HTPC) setups in the house. I originally hoped to use my Microsoft 360 remote to control the Microsoft Media Center, but I wound up using a cheap USB remote instead. There are many wireless keyboards on the market, but the suffer […]

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