Tag: wireless

  • WD My Passport Wireless Review

    The portable storage market has changed dramatically in recent years as fewer people need USB drives for their PCs and more people want to expand the storage on their mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. Western Digital hopes to satisfy everyone with the My Passport Wireless, a single portable drive that can be used wirelessly […]

  • Toshiba Dynadock Wireless U Review

    Toshiba is well respected for making some great consumer laptops and business notebooks, but you not know that Toshiba makes one of the most popular universal USB docking stations for laptops … the Toshiba Dynadock U. Last month, Toshiba introduced a new wireless version of the universal docking station: the Toshiba Dynadock Wireless U. The […]

  • Verizon Wireless V740 EVDO Rev A ExpressCard Review

    by Jon-Michael Noe The Verizon Wireless V740 Express Card is just one of a few aircards (WWAN, or Wireless Wide Area Network) offered by Verizon, both integrated and external (the V740 is external only, mind you), that have become increasingly popular over the last several months. As more users begin investing in this technology, we […]

  • Screen Casting 101: The Wired and Wireless Ways to Share Displays

    Want to project your notebook, tablet, or smartphone display onto a larger screen, like that 60-inch HDTV sitting in your living room or office conference room? The good news is that there are many ways to do it, both with and without wires. The bad news is also that there are many ways to do it, […]

  • Sprint Wireless Card and Linksys Broadband Router Combo Review

    by Kevin O’Brien Overview Anyone who has ever owned a laptop at one time or another has thought of how great it would be to have web access no matter your location. Wireless broadbandcards like the Sprint Connection Card (Sierra Wireless AirCard 580), among others, allow this to take place. But what happens when you […]