December 18, 2013  10:27 AM

Christmas gadget gift: iStorage datAshur Secure USB Flash Drive REVIEW

Clare McDonald Profile: Clare McDonald
Christmas, Hardware, Security, USB

Everyone has had that moment where they open their bag or desk drawer and their USB stick is gone. The sheer panic at the thought of all of those files let loose in the world is enough to make you feel sick. That is why the iStorage datAshur secure USB drive is such a good...

October 21, 2013  4:42 PM

Logitech launch enterprise-quality mobile speakerphone

Clare McDonald Profile: Clare McDonald
Bluetooth, Logitech, Microsoft Lync, near field communication, Speakerphone, USB

Today Logitech has introduced the Logitech Mobile Speakerphone P710e, a portable speakerphone that allows hands-free access to calls. 

The device is suitable for individual use, or for a small group of people, inside or outside of the office, and...

February 26, 2013  4:57 PM

Hands on with the Epson EB-1945W projector

CBaldwin Profile: CBaldwin
Android, Business, Epson, HDMI, IOS, USB

The Epson EB-1945W projector sits in the mid-high end of Epson's fleet of products. This projector is targeted at larger meeting rooms, which sit 30-50 people, or university lecture theatres, as it has a maximum diagonal screen size of 280-inches.

December 19, 2012  3:24 PM

On the eleventh day of Christmas, my true love sent to me… a Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300i

CBaldwin Profile: CBaldwin
Amazon, Fujitsu, Paper, Scanner, ScanSnap, USB

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September 5, 2012  2:14 PM

Three’s Huawei MiFi (E5331) – £29 plus £15.99 per month for 5GB of data

CBaldwin Profile: CBaldwin
Gartner, Huawei, Internet, ipad, iPod, MiFi, Three, USB, Wi-Fi

I am constantly adding devices to my life that are in need of fast connections to the internet in order to perform at their best. Gartner research stated that apparently we will carry an average of seven devices by 2015.

August 24, 2012  10:18 AM

Logitech Washable Keyboard K310 (RRP:£34.99)

CBaldwin Profile: CBaldwin
dirt, keyboard, Logitech, Microsoft Windows, USB, washable, Windows

Are you like the majority of the Computer Weekly office? Are you guilty - like us - of scoffing bagels at your desk, crumbs tumbling onto your keyboard, along with coffee slurps and splashes?

Or perhaps you are just fed up of the grime that hides annoyingly in the...

August 16, 2012  4:03 PM

Review: Security Guardian from Exact Trak

CBaldwin Profile: CBaldwin
Data-security, FILES, Finance, government, USB

It seems straightforward enough: copy work data onto a USB drive so you can continue to work on it at home. But with the increasingly amount of data leaks and security threats, these miniature drives that can hold many gigabytes of information, can be a huge liability for businesses, the...

August 13, 2012  1:10 PM

Review: Logitech BCC950 ConferenceCam (RRP: £199.99)

CBaldwin Profile: CBaldwin
ConferenceCam, Logitech, Microsoft, Skype, USB, videoconferencing, Virtual Private Network

The idea of working remotely from home instead of commuting into the office is slowly beginning to become a reality. Claims that flexible working saves money, energy and increases productivity has encouraged some firms to set in place remote working strategies.
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June 19, 2012  11:20 AM

Microsoft announce Surface tablet computers

mscott2 Profile: mscott2
ClearType, ipad, Microsoft, Microsoft Surface, Microsoft Windows, USB, Windows 8

Last night Microsoft finally unveiled its first tablet computer, the Surface.

April 12, 2009  3:34 AM

Easter chicks from your USB

edoyle Profile: edoyle
chicks, Incubator, USB

Easter is a time for fluffy yellow chicks. Next year you could try to grow your own and begin a life of self-sufficiency. P&T Poultry is offering an incubator that plugs into the USB port. Using Incubator.jpg

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