Card readers are pretty handy these days. With everything that requires or uses memory sticks, flash drives, and SD cards now-a-days, toting around a card reader can be helpful for getting tasks accomplished in our busy lives. So out rolls Boynq with a sweet 7-in-1 card reader in the shape of a… erm… toaster? A [...]
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The iPod is without a doubt one of the most successful audio players in electronics history. So much, in fact, that there are a ton of third-party peripherals to add extra functionality to these musical wonders. One complaint that iPod users have is the length of the battery life, so several manufacturers have developed external [...]
Danger lurks around every corner when you’re a gamer. I’m not just talking about the virtual baddies that you blast with futuristic or fantasy weapons; I’m talking real-life catastrophes that destroy thousands of dollars of equipment. Take this scenario for example: As many gamers (or computing enthusiasts) we usually have our favorite caffeinated soda at [...]
Everyone has heard of a laser pointer before. But when said, the first thing that may pop into their heads is a small gold coloured 1mW red laser pen. The days have gone where those were the only types of portable lasers available. Now the laser community is growing large and at a fast rate. [...]
Today, we will be looking at another high powered portable laser. Again, this is no toy by any means. The Pulsar series is a line of high powered red lasers put out by the reputable Wicked Lasers (www.wickedlasers.com). The Pulsar lasers are available in 75mW, 100mW and 125mW. We will be looking at the 125mW [...]
I know, strange we would get an item like this to review at a PC equipment and gaming site, but sometimes we make friends with vendors and they have such cool gadgets we here at OCMODSHOP can’t help but get excited about cool gizmos and gadgets. Take this nifty little number for instance, the VR3 [...]
I am using a Uniden PowerMax 5.8 GHz phone system. It comes with a base (which is the main hub, and is the answering machine). Up to 10 “client” phones can connect to the hub, which acts as a “network controller” if you will. Once a handset is registered with the phone, it automatically sees [...]