Today’s item I have for review is the Monoprice 615808 8-Channel mixer. This is a sub-$100 mixer that is perfect for 2-4 vocals, or 2-3 musicians. About the Monoprice 615808 Mixer This mixer has 4-XLR inputs, 4-line in inputs and 4 auxiliary inputs. You can also plug in a CD or RCA stereo jack and […]
Looking to get some new speakers for the home entertainment center? Maybe you want something in your computer room. Something with performance and something that looks good. That is where Orb Audio comes in. Orb Audio is a modular speaker system that can give you simple or complex sound in your home. You can choose […]
Do you have that one phone wire hanging from your cigarette lighter? Imagine that cable and all others gone. That is what Delphi is currently working on.Delphi’s consumer devices will power all mobile devices without adapters or cords. Delphi is using the Qi standard with Fulton Innovations (Interview here). Video by Nakia Mann of F5 Live.
Mobile High-Definition Link. That is what an MHL port is. It looks like an HDMI port but MHL does more. For example, it can power small devices like the Roku Streaming Stick. An MHL port in a MHL compliant TV is indicated with a purple enclosure. Roku has utilized this port to take the Set top box […]
I got the new iPhone this morning, so I went on a Google Hangout to show it off. I grabbed my previous smartphones to make comparison – the HTC 8125 (my first smartphone), the iPhone 3GS and Nokia Lumia 900 (which I had over the summer). I compare how I used the smartphone then and […]
Built to TYLT. They looked at the car charger cable, and wanted to make it look cool. That is what the TYLT charger is all about. They have cables for all devices, with tangle-free cords. TYLT also has a 1800 mA battery charger for your on-the road charger. Plug in the built-in cable and charge […]
Robert Haefling joins Jeff and Esby on the TPN Live CES coverage. He is from Icron – a company that makes solutions for cabling. KVMs and USB over Networks, Fiber and Wireless. As an IT pro, I have dealth with cables for a long time. When we went to wireless computers, I was ecstatic. Imagine how […]
It sounds like something a tailor would be working on. Who knew that the tailor is HP. Flex Fabric brings demand for a more manageable infrastructure. That is where Grant Jacobson comes in – to talk about how to make a flexable network. Virtual connect: to make management easier and more predictable. That is what […]
Running out of battery on your iPhone – and soon iPad – can become a pain. You just want to get that one thing done and – as Scotty would say – “I just don’t have enough power, captain”. If you are in an important college lecture or business meeting, for instance, and forgot to […]
Businesses, Auto enthusiasts, Hobbyists and Parents of teens, listen up. If you have a car 1996 and newer and need to find out how a vehicle was driven, then the Davis Car Chip Pro is for you. This device connects to the diagnostic board on the computer. It will collect all data – accellerations, decellerations, […]
For the longest time, we have been told that Blades are better than servers. Well, what would be better than that? Extreme Scale out. I talk with Doug about the “Skinless Server”. We look at the DL-6000 SL-160, SL-170z,SL 2×170 a pull out server with the cables in the front for easy access. With the […]
You might remember the products. You might remember the hype. Then, you are tooling down highway 41 years later and all of a sudden you think to yourself – “Hey, whatever happened to…” Failed ideas. Maybe it was a great idea, but wasn’t made right, or design errors brought it down. Maybe it was just […]
Because my CD Drive was acting up, I had to replace it. Since I have benefitted from Jeffrey’s videos about the insides of computers, I figured that turning this task into a post might help someone else out. Persons who’ve never looked inside a computer tend to think that they are much more mysterious than […]
Charter has announced that it will be filing for bankruptcy by April 1. Story here. It caught my eye because they are the cable provider where I grew up. There’s precious little detail, other than a quote of an optimistic statement from the company saying that it was certain it would survive reorganization after restructuring.