logitech wired keyboard for ipad

Logitech is the worldwide leader in keyboard innovation for over 30 years. Recently Logitech has launched the first wired keyboard for iPad. This superior quality and compact keyboard is specially designed to use in the classroom where you need to quickly access keyboard functions that is somewhat slow for iPad’s on-screen keyboard.

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Quick Question: Monitor, Mouse, Keyboard, Sound System, Router. Which one is most boring device? Router…of course. You install it and forget it usually, like forever (This case is different for Computer Networking Professionals who constantly deal with routers). Routers are the humblest most devices with no beauty, colors or glamour about em’. Few people I know care what their router looks like? and plenty don’t even know what a router is. They only care that their internet works and something blinking it sitting on the computer desk or in a corner behind a side table such that they can use it.

But the internet router. Most of us have one. Whether hidden under a desk or shoved next to the TV, this ubiquitous chunk of plastic and wires may be functional – but it certainly isn’t sexy. However, a new generation of ‘designer’ home routers will do far more than flash randomly and deliver the web to our computers. Goldsmiths, University of London – world renowned for design and innovation – has been working with the country’s largest home broadband provider, TalkTalk. Together, they have been exploring what the Routers of the Future might look like and how they could take pride of place in our households.

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by on March 16th, 2009


CPUID Displays information about your computers processor(s). Processor(s) Speed, cache size, features, clock multipliers, codename, temperature, fan speed, voltage, brand plus much more information.

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by on February 23rd, 2009

There is a builtin ultimate security option for computer data in hard disk drives. You may have tried Main-board (BIOS or CMOS) password and windows password protection. I am going to tell you that there is a way you can password protect your hard disk drive.

It is not a very well known fact, but all hard disks have a very strong hardware password capability build in. This password is usually stored both in a chip on the HD controller (the printed circuit board on the hard disk) and on the hard disk itself in a special hidden sector.

For security/protection conscious geeks, it is possible to lock your hard disk with password. A lot of newer laptops will set the HD password together with the BIOS password, completely locking all the hardware for security measures.

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Yesterday my office computer Windows Software was updated but I could not find the right version of Windows Audio Drivers for its Mainboard version. Obviously you have to look for mainboard model information to get the right drivers for VGA or Sound. I did not wanted to open up my PC hardware. Adeel (colleague) helped me out in finding Mainboard model using CPU-Z. CPU-Z collects important information about your PC and displays these to you. Obviously once you know the Mainboard model and number then you can get its VGA and Sound drivers from relevant website (vendor).

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by on September 23rd, 2008

“Don’t just touch, Feel.” Watch HP Touch Screen Computer commercial.

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by on September 22nd, 2008

With Notebook Hardware Control you can easily control the hardware components of your Notebook.

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by on January 17th, 2008

Data injection drive. Picture is saying it all.

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