August 26, 2004

Review: Marware WiFi Spy

Marware’s WiFi Spy is an interesting new gadget, although we’ve seen similar devices from other companies. Unfortunately, the reviews have been poor for those, so we decided to give this new product a try.

August 23, 2004

Review: Griffin iTrip

Originally released a few years ago for the older iPods, the Griffin iTrip was a revolutionary product. Combining the iPod’s good looks with a relatively easy-to-use interface on an FM transmitter, it was an instant hit. We had the opportunity to try out the newer version of the iTrip, intended to be used with the […]

August 16, 2004

Review: MacAlly rfMouse

Most people think of a cordless mouse as a specialty or luxury item. MacAlly has provided a complete package for those who want to get a cordless mouse and not deal with the associated hassles of dead batteries, intermittent range, and sub-par software. With a completely new design, the rfMouse is not just some corded […]

August 13, 2004

Review: MacAlly iceMouse

Mice are an indispensable part of any computer system, whether it runs some version of the Mac OS, Windows, or even Linux. Unfortunately, many users, who do not share in the 1984 philosophy that one button rules them all, find that the stock mouse that comes with their Macs is less than adequate.

August 11, 2004

Review: Laptop Desk UltraLite

A few months ago, we tested the Laptop Desk v.2.0. One of its drawbacks was its size. Lapworks has created a new version of the Laptop Desk for road warriors, the Laptop Desk UltraLite, designed to support laptops under 5 pounds. With a similar design as the regular model, most of our same comments apply. […]