In search of yet another bag for one of my gadgets, I stumble across the Booq's PowerSleeve12 sleevecase which looks like it might fit my Sony VAIO TR notebook with its large capacity battery. Read on more to find out my thoughts on this product.
My long search to integrate Bluetooth into my Sony TR notebook finally comes to an end. Not only do I find a genuine part but I get the exact part and learn a lot of things along the way. Check this out if you're a Sony TR owner and are looking to add Bluetooth to your notebook!
Here's a neat little device that allows you to enable your notebook to have TV out...assuming you don't already have it. Everything is integrated and it's surprisingly affordable. It's simple to use, relatively small, and it works! Read on to find out more about it!
Acronis is back with a new and improved version of True Image, their excellent drive imaging software. With a newly refined interface and even more useful features, Acronis has topped themselves and set a new bar in what one should expect from disk imaging software. Read on to see why I love this program so much.
In my search to easily add some storage to my notebook that was fairly economic and voluminous, I decided to take a look at Toshiba's PC Card hard disk. At 5GB of capacity, the drive is fairly large for this kind of device and less expensive than flash media. So, how did I like? Was it what I was looking for? Or will my search lead elsewhere?
5 Megapixels!? A 2.5" LCD!? 6.3 oz?!? 3x Optical Zoom!? These were some of the mindblowing specs I read about on Sony Japan's website late last year. As I was in the market for a new everyday digital camera, this gem caught my eye and I did everything in my power to obtain one. After a few months of usage, I'm ready to give my thoughts on this amazing little camera. It took Sony long enough to finally enter this class of cameras...was it worth the wait? Read on to find out.
Notebook manufacturers are notorious for exagerating the life of their notebook batteries. With new Centrino products claiming longer battery life and new products like the Sony TR being a shining example I decide to see how good the claims are and if they're just blowing smoke. Read on to find out what I found with Sony's enhanced battery for the Sony TR notebook.
As always, I cannot leave well enough alone and I decide to upgrade the wireless in my Sony TR notebook. Did it work out well? Was I scared out of my mind taking apart a Sony notebook (yes)? Read on to find out what I discovered about miniPCI cards, the various types of cards available, and some harsh realities about WPA security.