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Iomega External Hard Drive FireWire 800/FireWire 400/USB (250GB) Review
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Iomega's External Hard Drive FireWire 800/FireWire 400/USB impressed us with its large capacity, speedy FireWire 400/800 performance, and nice array of backup software. The unit is great for gigabyte-hungry Mac or PC owners with FireWire, but the drive's sluggish USB 2.0 reading and writing of large files will disappoint many users. The Maxtor OneTouch II offers better USB 2.0 performance. The Iomega HDD (the shortened name is lettered on the drive's front panel) looks like the Darth Vader of hard drives. The drive's dark-charcoal top sets off a raised silver Iomega logo, and its sides and face are shiny black....

 Jon L. Jacobi
Keyboard: Buyer's Guide
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There are a variety of keyboard designs and shapes from which to choose. Most computers come with a traditional "straight" keyboard, which is the rectangular design we're all familiar with. Other companies produce a keyboard that splits the letters down the middle, producing two halves, which are then angled outward to better conform to the shape of our body. This design is particularly good for people with broad chests, as their elbows are already pushed slightly outward, naturally angling their wrists toward each other. Conversely, thinner people may find a traditional "straight" keyboard more comfortable. There are also a number...

Mighty mouse - computer mouses - Buyers Guide
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WITH TODAY's computers, inputting, accessing, retrieving and printing information are often handled by means of a mouse. Recently, a spate of new technology has spawned hands-free mice, square mice, oval mice, infrared mice and even ring mice you wear on your finger. Some versions hide under your desk and are operated with your feet. Others are cordless, meaning fewer wires and tangles on your desk, and greater freedom to move around your office while still working on your computer. Still others hardly look like mice at all but are simply small, square pads. Most mice now are ergonomically designed, fitting...

 Jill Amadio
Remote-management package delivers Web-based help desk
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3am Labs extended its line of remote management products on Monday, delivering a Web-based help desk platform that allows administrators to gain control of a remote system to resolve problems without having to preinstall any software. Called LogMeIn Rescue, the product allows either technicians or users to initiate a session through a Web site, where a small applet is downloaded to the user's desktop system. The applet enables temporary remote access. The complete remote support process is permissions-based: End-users must explicitly give permission to technicians for capabilities such as remote view, remote control, file transfer, and access to system information....

 Ed Scannell
Experience the Freedom - Scientific-Atlanta at Cable-Tec Expo 2005
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When it comes to helping cable operators "Experience the Freedom," Scientific-Atlanta delivers the products and services for today's systems and tomorrow's next-generation advanced networks. Whether the need is for digital simulcast, advanced video encoding or switched digital broadcast, MSOs can benefit from Scientific-Atlanta's decade-long experience delivering interactive video services and the launch of 270 digital headends and deployment of over 20 million digital set-tops. Scientific-Atlanta, Inc. (NYSE: SFA - News; http://www.scientificatlanta.com ) is a leading supplier of digital content contribution and distribution systems, transmission networks for broadband access to the home, digital interactive set-tops and subscriber systems designed for video,...

Intel vs. AMD
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Are you beginning to see the trend here? The Athlon's bus cannot take advantage of some very important, new technologies and it just makes me wonder how things will change once manufacturers start releasing DDR400, dual-channel chipsets for the Pentium 4. Even today we are seeing Intel's current fastest processor, the Pentium 4 2.4GHz outperform AMD's fastest processor, the AthlonXP 2100+ (1.73GHz) by a significant margin. Going by this fact and the facts stated earlier in the article, it is logical to say that by moving the Pentium 4 to a 533MHz FSB and giving it faster memory, Intel will...

Do You Need a Photo Printer?
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A photo printer offers a handy way of developing your personal or work-related photographs right at home. Instead of paying extra to have your pictures developed at a store or professional photography center, you can manage this task yourself with the right equipment. But can you afford it? Do you want to handle the wear and tear of another printer function on your budget and schedule? Most people report easy handling of this feature on their printer. They enjoy the ease with which they can take photographs and develop them at their leisure in the privacy of their home. Over...

What is Your Favorite Printer Supply Store?
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Those who have a home office and enjoy puttering around with technology may enjoy visiting various office supply stores from time to time. It can be fun to browse the latest offerings in computer equipment and printers, and you may be able to pick up a bargain in the process. Occasionally you have to buy supplies for your printer. If you purchase your own company-related office supplies, you probably order from a vendor that everyone in the company uses. Or you might pick up a few things at a local store and charge them back to the company for reimbursement....

Where to Buy a Replacement Printer Cartridge
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If you are a brand-new computer owner and are just getting used to managing the printer, you will soon learn that the ink will run out and you will have to buy a replacement printer cartridge. Depending on the brand and model of printer that you use, a replacement cartridge can cost on average from $60 to close to $200. Each cartridge can provide ink for about 5,000 to 10,000 copies, depending on how many characters are printed on each page. You can sometimes find cheaper printer cartridges for sale on the Internet. But you have to be careful about...

Why Buy an HP Printer?
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Many office equipment gurus believe that Hewlett Packard is the best name in computer technology. With a longstanding reputation of quality and dependability, HP has become a trademark for technological excellence. In addition, supplies and maintenance are easier to find for this brand than for others that are less well known. Sometimes you can find great deals on the Internet or at your local office supply or computer equipment store when you own an HP computer, because so many people use it that suppliers appreciate the opportunity of doing business by providing supplies on demand. An HP printer performs well...

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