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Try Out Xerox 108R00725 Solid Ink Yellow

Xerox 108R00725 Solid Ink YellowThe innovative Xerox Phaser 8560MFP and Phaser 8560 color printers use a special printing technology. Instead of normal ink cartridges, it uses solid inks for the fast production of brilliant, vibrant prints on a wide range of media, such as inexpensive office paper, special letterhead, coated card stock, and transparencies.

Making use of this technology opens the door for a cleaner, and therefore greener environment simply because the solid inks contribute less waste compared with other types. If you have the Xerox printer mentioned above, then you obviously need to have an ample supply of solid inks in cyan, magenta, yellow, and black. Thankfully, the Xerox 108R00725 Solid Ink Yellow package is a slim box that contains three yellow ink blocks for easy storage.

SSDs win over hard drives in Battery Life

SSD DriveSSDs (Solid State Drives) are all the rage – no moving parts and expected reduced power consumption. Some tests have said that there is no power savings, other say there is – so Laptop Magazine took it into their own hands. Their results?

SSDs offer a small improvement in battery life. While this tiny improvement may not be enough to sell users on SSDs as power-saving devices, it is certainly enough to say that upgrading to SSD will not cost you any battery life and may provide you with more productive minutes as you wait shorter periods of time for programs to load or for your system to boot.

Asus Eee PC 2G Surf

Asus Eee PC 2G Surf

Asus Eee PC 2G SurfIf there is any single device that truly epitomizes the philosophy of compact technology, it’s got to be the laptop computer. There aren’t many other devices that can compare to a laptop’s combination of portability and functionality. Simply put, it’s a fully-functional PC that you can carry with you all the time. That fact has never been more evident than in the case of the Asus Eee PC 2G Surf. The Asus Eee PC 2G Surf is the little laptop that could; it is ultra-portable redefined.

Centon Waterproof Flash Drive: Rugged Solution to our Memory Needs

Centon Waterproof Flash DriveThere is no doubt that our storage needs are constantly growing. Slide presentations are laden with multimedia content, photos from cameras are getting larger as newer cameras sport higher resolutions, and media sharing has become a normal thing among friends and family. Couple that with the fact that we have a need to bring
these files while on the go then you may have to find a simple way of being able to transport these large files easily and quickly. Fortunately there is one simple solution to all of this: The Centon DataStick.

Asus Eee PC: Easy to Learn, Work, or Play

Asus Eee PCThese are the three defining factors to remember when thinking about the new Asus Eee PC. The Asus Eee PC retains the looks of a fairly conventional ultra-portable laptop, shrunken down to about one-third of its size. With a 7-inch screen, the laptop weighs 2 pounds and measures 8.86 inches wide by 6.3 inches deep by a little less than an inch thick at it’s thinnest. To put it in perspective, the Eee PC is about the size of your typical paperback book.

Sandisk Sansa 16GB MP3 Player: A Beautiful View

sandisk-view-main-pic.jpgOkay, so it may not have the flashiest design. But please, don’t judge this book by its cover. One word to describe the look of the SanDisk Sansa View? I’d say “Simple.” In fact, I’d say that word pretty much sums up this mp3 player as a whole. Don’t get me wrong, I certainly don’t mean that as a bad thing. This is definitely on of those situations in which less is indeed more.

In keeping with its simplicity theme, the controls of theSandisk Sansa View 16GB MP3 Player are minimal and straightforward. It has the standard menu button, a navigation wheel that includes a “select” button at its center. Its edges include a microSD card slot, a headphone jack, a dock connector, and a microphone. What else could you possibly need?

New Zune: Microsoft’s Solid-State Answer to Apple’s iPod

zunedevicefamily.jpgHave you Seen the new 8GB Microsoft Zune? It’s hard to look at it and not think of some of the older versions of the iPod nano. Probably not a coincidence, especially when you consider that the Zune’s official website bears a strong resemblance to Apple’s. Interestingly enough, the word Microsoft is not even mentioned on the site.

Gentlemen, Start Your…Storage Devices?

ducati.jpgSome people look at flash drives and memory cards and just see them as plain ole’ flash drives and memory cards. Others look at them as a chance to make a tech-savvy statement or even to make a declaration of being “hip.” If you consider yourself to be in one of the later groups, then be forewarned: the following line of products may need a little bit of extra effort in order for you to catch up to them.