Review: Plantronics Voyager Legend CS Bluetooth Headset System and Logitech Mobile Speakerphone P710e
Here are two new devices that can help improve audio quality for voice calls, whether you're in the office or out on the road.
The Samsung Galaxy Gear and the Qualcomm Toq are not starting smartwatch revolution you've been waiting for, writes Mike Elgan. Not to worry though, a flood of devices are coming next year.
This IP-based network camera provides homeowners with a convenient way to monitor remote surroundings from within the home or across the Internet.
Tablets are still perceived as devices better suited to consuming content than to creating it. In reality, they empower a new kind of content creation -- one that is distinct from that of PCs and smartphones.
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The scoop: Logitech Wireless Headset Dual H820e, by Logitech, about $200 (mono version costs about $180).
Considering the enormous webcam market and the number of products available it's hard to believe that anyone could come up with anything new, novel and useful but, impressively, that's just what Logitech has managed to do with its Broadcaster Wi-Fi Webcam, a really well-designed webcam for OS X and iOS only.
Google wants you to know that Glass, the company's wearable computing technology, is here.
We're in our post-holiday, post-CES cleanup (pre-spring!) in the Cool Tools offices, so here are some rapid-fire reviews of things we've been toying with over the past few weeks:
Shaw reviews HP's Passport 1912nm Internet Monitor and AOC's Portable USB Monitor.
I've checked out many iPad stands over the last few months and I just found what I think is one of the very best: The Uprise 360 produced by Hub Innovations. This is a dead simple design which your iPad (version 2 or 3) snaps into and you can rotate it to portrait or landscape as required. It's easy to remove the iPad when you need to and that's it ... as I said, it's dead simple and does the job. For $39.95 the Uprise 360 produced by Hub Innovations Uprise 360 gets a Gearhead rating of 5 out of 5.
These companies help with everything from BYOD to MPLS backup, security management and enterprise search
I get to meet a lot of interesting companies in my capacity here at Network World, some of them newcomers, some more established. Here's a roundup of a few that are addressing common problems.
Shaw reviews G-Connect wireless storage for iPad, by G-Technology by Hitachi Global Storage Technologies.
The runaway success of the Nintendo Wii in 2006 solidified that motion controls weren’t just gimmicks anymore. Well, they still were, but they were profitable gimmicks. Microsoft knew that it was necessary to move into this arena of gaming if they wanted to increase profits by reaching an entirely new segment of the gaming audience.
Shaw reviews Seagate's Backup Plus external storage drives, Rubbo International's D-Wings.
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