It is true that for the greater half of this decade, iPods have been one of the best-performing and most sought-after media devices world-wide. It boasts of a minimalist design, which makes for superb ease-of-use and simplicity. However, as the competition thickened between portable media devices, newer iPods, including the redesigned Nano, began to lose some steam.
The competition was catching up and the iPod’s basic design was getting stale. Fortunately, with the coming of the Apple iPod Touch 32 GB media device, the iPod brand is ready to storm the market once again. Get ready for the brand new iPod experience and see why everyone is so excited about it.
BlackBerry is currently one of the industry leaders in the wireless communications world. They offer mobile users terrific access to email, phone, instant messaging, web, SMS and MMS messaging , schedules and more. New to the 8800 line of its continious innovation is the Blackberry 8820 Unlocked GSM Smartphone.
The BlackBerry 8820 smartphone is packed with great features for the savvy professional today. It is a quad-band GSM phone that uses EDGE technology. EDGE, or Enhanced Data Rates for Global Evolution, is a radio signalling technology for 3G mobile networks. EDGE works by improving the signalling interface used to communicate over the radio waves, boosting data transfer rates and volumes on existing GSM/GPRS networks and therefore significantly increasing data transfer speeds.
Is your current Wireless Network Adapter giving you problems connecting your laptop to the network? Are you experiencing slow access time within your network? The Hawking HWUN1 Wireless N Network Adapter is already here to solve even your most complicated Wi-Fi problem.
One of its most impressive features is that while it can support the 802.11n wireless standard, it is still backward compatible with 802.11b and 802.11g. Data transfer rates for this wireless device can reach up to 300mbps, so accessing files, music, and movies will be spectacularly fast!
When I think of an antenna, the fist thing that pops into my mind is an image of the old rabbit ears that used to sit on top of my TV set back when I was a kid. Perhaps I’m dating myself once again as I reveal such imagery to you but there it is. Now ask any kid today what an antenna looks like and they’re more than likely going to describe something that looks like a dish. And why not since the satellite dish has become the antenna icon of the 21st century.
So it seems only natural that when you design something that’s supposed to receive a modern, computer radio signal of some kind today that you make it look like a dish. And that’s exactly what they’ve done over at Hawking Technology in designing their small antenna to receive a Wi-Fi signal.
If you like road trips and the great outdoors but like to stay connected to the outside world, I have the perfect product for you. The D-Link DIR-450 3G Mobile Router for EV-DO Networks offers you WiFi Routing for those convenient Wireless 3G Internet Cards.
If this sounds a little confusing, itâ€™s not. Don’t worry, Iâ€™ll explain it all. This router works with these nifty PCMCIA adapters that your cell phone service provider carries. If youâ€™ve never seen one, itâ€™s the best thing since sliced bread for people that are on the road and need to have Broadband Internet access. And essentially, if you have cellular signal, youâ€™ll have Broadband Internet access: most carriers offer 1.5Mbps.
CompUSA customers tend to be a bit more hip than the average bear – and you are probably using the internet more than your peers on mobile devices – and according to Google – more than ever.
When nobody was using the Internet on the phone, I was. When nobody had a Blackberry, I did. When nobody had Windows Mobile, I did. Now, I just have a phone. While the allure of the iPhone and some of the other sexy GSM devices that have been coming out – I’m not sure exactly how I feel about mobile computing – although I love using my iPod Touch on WiFi – and having that everywhere would be nice – but after spending 20 hours a day on a computer – do you need more time to be connected?
The HP iPAQ Pocket PC hx2790 is the perfect handheld computer for the professional who values the combination of the traditional, the familiar, and the versatile in their technological innovations. The HP iPAQ Pocket PC hx2790 stays true as the classic PDA, but with a different twist. It is designed to offer more than what we have been accustomed to using in this new century, where pets can actually run on batteries and the web is more than a thing we remove from the corners of our ceiling. It performs all the basic functions we need from a PDA, but at the same time offers enough to satisfy our entertainment and business needs.
Converged networks. Seamless link exchange. Passing Off to the next tower. These are all things we take for granted – and your cell phone is a great example. While you can seemingly stay connected for an endless stretch of the road – you are actually making those calls from different cellular towers along the way. The closest tower is generally going to get the call. As you move, that changes and they are passed between one another without you even realizing it.
Catering to users who pursue extreme performance at a low price, Asus presents to us the the M3A32-MVP Deluxe WiFi Motherboard. This cutting-edge motherboard supports the AMD Phenom quad-core AM2+ CPU with the latest AMD 790FX chipset. It features the latest HyperTransport(tm) 3.0 (HT3) system bus with up to 5200 MT/s speed, quad PCIe 2.0 x 16 slots, and the ASUS patent pending memory heat pipe design – ASUS Cool Mempipe. Plus, the board includes an 802.11g (54 Mbps) WiFi access point, allowing you to share your Internet connection wirelessly without a wireless broadband router. All of these advantages add up to one impressive motherboard, so yes – pray to get your hands on one.