One of my more recent projects has been work on creating a series of videos for HP, providing education about
I listen to the audio in a ton of in-ear headphones ranging in price from the $20 range up to the $500 range. At the low end of the price range, the headphones typically sound cheap. At the high end, they sound amazing, but never amazing enough that I’m willing to pay for it. Monster Cable hits the sweet spot with the Beats by Dr. Dre Beats Tour in-ear headphones, offering a great sounding headphone at a price that isn’t going to break the bank.
The Freedom headphones by Jaybird are wireless and bluetooth enabled to connect to your phone and mp3 player. Made for
Radius Atomic Bass headphones offer a more comfortable, affordable upgrade to the ear bud style headphones that typically ship with
Callpod’s newest Bluetooth headset, the Dragon V2 offers the latest and greatest in Bluetooth technology in a small stylish package.
More and more people are cutting off their landlines and going strictly cellular. While being rid of a costly bill,
Callpod’s newest Bluetooth gadget, the Drone, is interesting in a not too terribly interesting sort of way. It’s a 100
Thrustmaster, maker of fine gaming accessories, has released two hot new accessory packs for the Nintindo WiiFit Balance Board. The
Read the free UMPC Buyer’s Guide 2008!
UMPCPortal.com was kind enough to compile a great PDF covering many of the common questions people have about buying small form-factor computers. Everything from the differences in mobile processors to what the various features are at different device sizes, to how battery life has evolved in the last several years is all covered here. It won’t tell you which specific model to buy, but the UMPC Buyer’s Guide 2008 will help you navigate all the jargon packed into the small form factor space. I’m still looking for the perfect solution that combines a sub-10-inch screen with a minimum of 1280×720 resolution, 12 hours of battery life, 100 GB of solid state hard disk space, and a multi-touch display, all for under $500. I know I’m dreaming for now, but it can’t be far off. Additional details available
I was recently hired to shoot and edit some videos for the new notebook computers in the HP fall lineup.