Microsoft Wireless USB 2.0 Adapter MN-710
Microsoft Wireless USB 2.0 Adapter MN-710 Not every device you own has Wi-Fi. Chances are your desktop machine — if you still have one — has no idea your wireless network even exists. And if you’re still struggling to keep an aging notebook alive, it probably doesn’t do Wi-Fi either. If you need to bring… (0 comment)

James Bond kept tabs on the bad guys with a tracking display in the glove box of his Aston Martin. But the reality of dashboard navigation today, particularly if it involves both Bluetooth and GPS, isn’t so much like Goldfinger as it is like On Golden Pond. That is to say, Bluetooth GPS devices are cranky, lose track… (0 comment)

Because you hate to compromise — on anything — Hewlett-Packard bundles almost everything you could possibly want in a handheld into the iPaq Pocket PC h4350. The result, predictably, looks a little glued-together, but that’s the price of having it all — you just can’t fit it into a neat little package. Top Read :… (0 comment)

Concord EyeQ Go Wireless   You might think that the addition of an overhyped networking technology wouldn’t be enough to save a crappy product from itself — and in the case of the Concord EyeQ Go Wireless camera, you’d be right. Unfortunately, that insight seems to have escaped the engineers at Concord Camera, who have… (0 comment)

Canon Optura Xi – Our Review   Have you ever wanted to snap a still photo right in the middle of some event you’re videotaping? Neither have we — but clearly someone does. How else to explain the Canon Optura Xi’s ability to snap low-res digital photos, storing them on an SD card, while at… (0 comment)

Canon i80 Review – Is It Worth The Money ? Road warriors take heart: You no longer have to return to the office just to print your latest report. For that matter, you can cross off stopping at the drugstore to get your photos developed. Canon’s new i80 Bubble Jet printer, released in February, takes… (0 comment)

When it comes to home videos — and the camcorders that make them — smaller really is better. After all, it’s the sheer capacity of videotape that enables Uncle Phil to make the family sit through the entire three hours of your cousin’s second wedding. Again. And again. The Panasonic SV-AV100 D-Snap SD Video Camcorder… (0 comment)

Panasonic PV-GS400 Review
Panasonic PV-GS400 – Our Review   If you’re trying to break into Hollywood, you don’t want your brilliant script ruined by poor video quality. Go ahead and plunk down $1,200 for the Panasonic PV-GS400: a superb camcorder with the best-quality video we’ve seen yet. Top Deals :Need A New Smartphone ? See Sprint.com For Top… (0 comment)

Creative Zen Touch Review
Creative Zen Touch – Our Review Nothing lasts forever. Empires rise and then fade into history. Mountains erode and crumble into the sea. Even the battery on Creative’s new Zen Touch music player runs out. Eventually. Check out our coupons and deals section for great deals and savings, at least 10% or more  But before… (0 comment)

Zyxel Prestige 2000W Review
Zyxel Prestige 2000W – Our Review We’ve got just the smartphone for you if you love free long distance — and don’t mind spending a few hundred bucks on untried technology to get it. Like a mouth-watering blend of peanut butter and chocolate, the Zyxel Prestige 2000W combines the digital deliciousness of VOIP with the… (0 comment)