Hug-A-Plug for tight spaces

It’s entirely possible this Hug-A-Plug shouldn’t be that big of a deal.  After all, it’s just a plug.  However, if you’ve ever tried to use one of the plugs that gives you more outlet room when you have furniture right against the wall, you understand why it is a big deal.  This plug would take a whole lot of headache out of your life just by making one task a little more simple.

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Leaf Tie gives cable management a green look

If you prefer cheap cable management, it tends to involve anything you happen to have around.  That usually includes things like twist ties and zip ties, both of which work pretty well.  Sure, they aren’t the most attractive thing, but they’re easy to use and hold the cords pretty firmly.  Well now you can combine looks with that easy use quality.  These zip ties actually have cute little leaves to decorate your chords.

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UPS stands for Universal Packing System now

I don’t know about you, but I really hate shipping things. It never fits in the box just perfectly.

Not that I am OCD about the whole thing, but you usually have to pack things in with a bunch of newspaper or Styrofoam popcorn into order to make it tight in the box, and flat on top. This are, of course, prime shipping conditions.

Fortunately, there is UPS. Now, I am not talking about the United Parcel Service. This is the Universal Packing System, a box that can be folded or bended to fit just about anything.

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HP unveils new plug and print technology

HP is a household name by now where printer technology is concerned, and the company could stumble onto something new with their HP LaserJet Pro printer line that has a spanking new ”plug and print” technology which enables customers to begin printing in just 2 minutes from any computer without the need to go through a pesky CD installation process. Basically, all you need to do is hook up the printer to a machine via USB and let the printer’s built-in driver perform the installation process to get you printing in no time at all. This new process is called HP Smart Install, and we will look at new monochrome printers equipped with such technology in the extended post.

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Toshiba Tecra M11 business laptop

Toshiba has a brand new business laptop for the masses, where it comes in the form of the Tecra M11 Series which offers a high level of performance and was specially designed to meet the demanding needs of mobile professionals. You will find that its cosmetics has been enhanced to include a unique textured finish in Charcoal Black which will go a long way in reducing the number of fingerprints on it, helping you achieve the balance between performance, durability, security and style in a single package. After all, mobile professionals should and deserve all the conveniences of the office regardless of where they are, and hence cannot place productivity on the altar as a sacrifice as it just doesn’t make good business sense to do so, resulting in the birth of the Toshiba Tecra M11.

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Adesso CyberPad A4

Adesso’s CyberPad A4 is not the iPad by any stretch of the imagination, but it certainly is useful.

I’m guessing the audience for this device is students or anyone else who has to take notes frantically in the classroom. I have found that a laptop or netbook is useless for taking notes when the teacher is drawing shapes and equations on the blackboard that will be on the test later.

Despite our technology, Pen and Paper is still the best way to go as far as taking notes in class is concerned. However, the CyperPad A4 is able to take whatever you want to write on its notebook better than a digital pen, and then saves it to its 32MB of internal memory.

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