Electronic Gadget Reviews
9 views | +0 today
Follow
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Rescooped by jLar62j from XPS 13
Scoop.it!

Dell issues BIOS update A03 for XPS 13 Ultrabook, gets a handle on fiesty fans

Dell issues BIOS update A03 for XPS 13 Ultrabook, gets a handle on fiesty fans | Electronic Gadget Reviews | Scoop.it
Can't say we noticed an extraordinary amount of blowing from our XPS 13 Ultrabook review unit, but for those with an optioned Core i7 (Dell issues BIOS update A03 for XPS 13 Ultrabook, gets a handle on fiesty fans http://t.co/f7IHwmXn...

Via Keith McGill
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by jLar62j from Ultrabook Laptop Computers
Scoop.it!

VXI BlueParrott Bluetooth Xpressway Wireless Headset With Ideal Noise Suppression

I feel that nearly all bluetooth earbuds are too uncomfortable. But the VXI BlueParrott Bluetooth Xpressway Wireless Headset is the exception. It boasts the ideal noise suppression I came across at the same time. Take a look at the review at this link http://www.bluetoothheadphonesonline.org/vxi-blueparrott-bluetooth-xpressway-wireless-headset-review/


Via rpep53w
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by jLar62j from Ultrabook Laptop Computers
Scoop.it!

Motorola H720 Wireless Headset Provides Comfort and Quiet

The H720 bluetooth headset is a sleek and stylish, featherweight bluetooth headset which has easy-to-use buttons and supplies crystal clear voice response. It has a a particularly long battery life and is really affordable. You can check them out here http://www.bluetoothheadphonesonline.org/motorola-h720-bluetooth-headset-review/


Via rpep53w
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by jLar62j from Ultrabook Notebooks
Scoop.it!

WRT54G Router No Longer Keeps Up With the Competition

The WRT54G G Router has long been one of the more preferred and well received high speed wireless routers in recent history. Regrettably for this well built wireless router, it is no longer up-to-date. Modern routers, called Gigabit routers, function with the newest 802.11n protocol that is rated at 300Mbps, lots of times quicker compared to the outdated 802.11g one. It is obvious more efficient offerings. Check out the complete article at http://gigabitrouterguide.com/is-the-linksys-wrt54g-still-a-good-investment/


Via xmok20o
more...
No comment yet.