Gadgets and Gizmos


Buying the latest gadgets and gizmos is one of those major highs for the techno-savvy with few parallels. In particular, if they are high-tech gadgets or computer gadgets. Apple’s mere announcement of the tablet display, sized 7″, has all computer specialists in a whirl. This new device’s screen is practically the widget’s size. As far as high-tech gadgets go, this one promises to be a delectable blend of design and ingenuity.

Gadgets and Gizmos

Those hooked on acquiring the latest gadgets and gizmos who feel that Nook, Kindle, and the like are old hats can now revel in the world’s first dual-screen device – the entourage edge. It combines a notepad, notebook, e-reader, video/audio recorder, and player in one Linux with a Google Android OS device. What does it do?

Much of what you might want to do at any given time – web surf, read an e-book, get an email, watch movies, or listen to music from anywhere. This is a student-friendly device to free them from carrying books and notebooks. Since it is, first and foremost, an e-reader, the glare-free screen, zooming features, and a person’s ability to read in sunlight make it a particularly desirable gizmo. A journal page can be opened and used by hand or with a virtual keyboard, help – beneficial for taking notes. This feature is enabled by e-ink technology, which allows people to make notes on the book they are reading.

If the latest computer gadgets are what you are hooked on, there are quite a few in the market just now. The Lenovo Multimedia Remote with 2.4GHz Wireless Keyboard comes in a compact style. Once connected, this multimedia remote can be used for multimedia controls on the PC, like with Windows Media Center.

There is also the Bear Extender n3, which Rockland Technologies has recently rolled out. It is a long-range 802.11n high-powered wireless adapter for Macs that offers up to four times the range of standard Apple-branded Airport wireless cards. The Wi-Fi adapter combines 802.11n compatibility with a powerful 700mW Wi-Fi radio that lets the device pick up 802.11g and 802.11b signals from long distances.