Time was, bringing audio to every room in the house was a complicated undertaking..running wires through walls to the home entertainment centre or hooking up very expensive or very cheap.with matching quality..wireless transmitters and receivers connected to satellite speakers. Times have changed and a trio of speakers from Pioneer are examples of the next big [...]
Archive | August, 2012
It doesn’t look like much..a little white box with rounded corners 98 mm (3.9 inches) by 98 mm (3.9 inches) by 23 mm (0.9 inch) and light as a feather at 240 grams (8.5 oz.). However, inside that cute little box the Apple Airport Express is a solid versatile 802.11a/b/g/n Simultaneous dual-band 2.4GHz and 5GHz router.
Dell’s Alienware M14x is certainly no Ultrabook it’s 37.8mm (1.49in) thick chassis and 6.48 -pound weight suggest that this impressive looking laptop is no weakling..loaded as it is with top end components.
Regulars who saw my MacBook Air 11 review earlier this week will not be surprised to see I have a Tom Bihn bag for it. I opted for the Ristretto for 11″ MacBook Air..which is just a tad bigger than the one I use for my iPad..it fits the MBA like a glove.
This will be a bit different than most of my reviews as I take you along on the voyage of discovery that was my first ever Mac. I have been a Windows guy since before it was Windows. My only experience with a Mac was occasional use of a Mac driven weather system at CFCF [...]