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Links 1 through 10 of 80 by Chris Turner tagged hardware

"While capacitive touch screens are great, one flaw is the inability to use a stylus. Not anymore! BoxWave's Capacitive Stylus allows you to use your Apple iPad without ever touching the screen with your finger.  Perfect for the ladies out there who have their nails done, or for those who don't want to take their gloves off during a cold day. The Capacitive Stylus is conveniently sized, and designed like a pen to fit just about anywhere."

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I like LaCie's line of USB keys as the sort of flash drive I'd always have on my person.

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This is more of a for-future-reference sort of link for myself, but you, dear reader, may find it useful as well. Especially if you work with audio and your portable computer doesn't have dedicated in/out audio plugs.

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Perfect for keeping those annoyingly long electronics cables tamed.

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Rent lenses, cameras, and other gear by mail/FedEx. You can even purchase insurance for the items you rent. San Francisco locals can rent items on a daily basis, but for everyone else, it's a week minimum.

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Say what you will about Charlie Rose, but you have to admire his sacrificing his face to keep his newly-purchased MacBook Air from sustaining damage.

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My only quibble with Schneier's strategy, as it pertains to the Mac, is that PGP's Whole Disk Encryption specs state it only works on the Mac's non-boot drive. Which, if I'm understanding correctly, rules out every Mac.

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Rick Yaeger has a little fun with external hard drive placement.

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Andy's review of the Drobo backup mechanism is the kind of tech review I can get my wife to read. (And I hope she'll read it, as I think this is our solution for a home network backup system.)

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Walk for one minute, generate enough power for thirty minutes of mobile phone usage. They just need to get the size of the thing smaller for it to really be commercially viable.

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