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DevonTechnologies’ note taking and data organization program handles text and URL quite well and for $25 that’s a good value. Users with more diverse items to organize will want to keep looking.
Aside from its compact design, the G-Drive Slim doesn’t visually set itself apart from the pack, and it carries a slightly stiff price tag. But although it’s marketed as a companion external hard drive for MacBook Air users, it’s nonetheless a sleek, speedy option for anyone needing ultraportable USB storage.
If Apple’s Mail is the affordable hatchback of e-mail clients, Postbox 2 is the category’s luxury sedan. Handsomely appointed with why-didn’t-anyone-think-of-this-sooner features, Postbox seems to anticipate and serve your every e-mail need.
Drive dock optimized for--but not limited to--Seagate's GoFlex portable drives offers syncing software, direct hooks into social networks, and file sharing.
MailHub is a Mail plug-in that adds powerful features for managing your e-mail messages.
If you’re looking for a speedy multifunction inkjet with wireless capabilities, the HP Photosmart Premium e-All-in-One is worth a look. Its text and photo printing quality are impressive, and its AirPrint support, touchscreen menus and printing apps are nice-to-have features that work well. If the unit’s remote printing via ePrint Center is your main attraction, however, know that the service is experiencing some growing pains.
Tom Bihn has tweaked the company's Ristretto messenger bag for Apple's 11-inch MacBook Air. Top-notch construction quality and room to bring along an iPad make this a great bag, though Tom Bihn's approach to storage pockets may not be for everyone.
Acrobat X Pro is a fantastic application with across the board function improvement, phenomenal content export capabilities, incredible task and document processing automation power, and the ability to create compelling document distribution packages.
Google and Samsung's collaboration nicely showcases the latest version of Android (Gingerbread), but the Nexus S has a few hardware oversights.
The 'wow' factor of the Genesis's vertical profile and its camera-based scanner compensates somewhat for the pricey inks.
Touch-sensitive controls, inexpensive inks, and a legal-size scanner raise this MFP above the competition.
The Fivespot is a global version of the mobile hotspot, supporting both major versions of 3G technology (CDMA and GSM) and laying the foundation for Verizon’s claim to provide global data service in over 200 countries, with more than 120 of these at 3G speeds.
The attractive and speedy Samsung Continuum’s secondary ticker display can be useful, but it isn’t for everyone.