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Apple Bluetooth Wireless Mighty Mouse
Kensington Expert Mouse Optical USB Trackball for PC or Mac 64325
Logitech NuLOOQ Navigator (965162-0403)
MouseGlider
D-Link DIR-655 Extreme N Wireless Router

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Discopants said:

I think electrical tape will help with the Super Bright LEDs.

I was hoping the USB port was for network storage or a USB printer. According to the D-Link page, this is for Windows Connect Now. I guess that makes it easier to configure, but I usually don't have problems with the install wizards that come with products like this.

I wouldn't take a point off for the LEDs, but I would for no print server or network storage. Routers have come a long way and it can be very confusing trying to provide printer access through a computer on the network. I would like to see printer server capabilities standard on a home wireless router any more.

Where the router companies are letting us down, the printer companies are picking up the slack. A number of new printers are WiFi enabled. I haven't tried any of them, but would be interested to hear you guys review one. From a practical point of view, I can see plugging one of these in near the front door. Then you could print a product review, wish list, grocery list, tomorrow's homework, or the make an model of your printer so you can get the right ink cartridges to the front door printer. Next time you're on the way out of the house, just grab the printouts and have the material handy.

Jojo Abelgas said:

It's pronounced "New Look" :P

I'm an avid fan!! More new gadgets!!

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Episode 174 - BlueAnt SuperTooth Light, Mavizen MyBlu

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BlueAnt Supertooth Light Lite Bluetooth Handsfree Speakerphone Car Kit *White Color*
Mavizen C3PO MyBlu Bluetooth Adapter for iPods ( White )

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Mio C220 Portable Car Navigation System
Pioneer AVIC D3 - Navigation system with DVD player and LCD monitor

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Episode 172 - iPhone Special

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Jump to iPhone website

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Chris said:

I been watching this iphone video, and your worng on a few things.

http://www.cnettv.com/9710-1_53-28180.html

http://www.tuaw.com/2007/07/02/tada-the-6th-gen-contract-free-wifi-enabled-ipod/

so what you said is not entirely true.

E-truth said:

Please, for the love of god, get some lapel mics

john said:

i know high resolution is great, but could you please make a low resolusion version so i could view on my portable player

Chris said:

John, they have a lot of formats to chose from, I'm sure you'll find what your looking for.

i heard the new ipods will be just like the iphone - OSX, wi-fi large screen, multi-touch. i sure hope its true.

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Episode 171 - Simple Human Soap Pump, Westinghouse

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Simple Human Sensor Soap Pump
Westinghouse 14.1" LCD Digital Photo Frame

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greg said:

thanks for engadget!

Gregg said:

Not all LCD screens look bad at angles. I was pretty interested in this frame until you showed how badly it handles the viewing angles. When looking into screens (whether for TV, notebook, desktop monitor, digital picture frame, etc.), I always consider the horizontal and vertical viewing angles. My Dell Ultrasharp LCD desktop monitor remain bright and viewable at any angle. Every rear-projection TV I think I've ever seen suffers from this same problem (brightest only when positioned directly in front of it).

Gregg said:

Not all LCD screens look bad at angles. I was pretty interested in this frame until you showed how badly it handles the viewing angles. When looking into screens (whether for TV, notebook, desktop monitor, digital picture frame, etc.), I always consider the horizontal and vertical viewing angles. My Dell Ultrasharp LCD desktop monitor remain bright and viewable at any angle. Every rear-projection TV I think I've ever seen suffers from this same problem (brightest only when positioned directly in front of it).

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