Circle with Disney is a network management devices that imposes curfews and time limits on devices connected to WiFi. Circle with Disney, when connected to your home Internet, can manage all devices connected to your WiFi network and filter content for your children on a device-by-device basis. Circle does a great job, but there are certain limits on the controls it can actually exercise.
The Azulle Quantum Access Plus PC Stick offers a microSD memory card slot, a microUSB external power port, a microUSB port and a USB 2.0 port as well. In case you want to notch up your connectivity, you can install a USB hub and attach as many ports as you like.
Azulle, a company specializing in mini PCs and PC sticks, just announced the Azulle Byte Plus, a fully functional PC with a tiny footprint and a sales price well under $200.
The new MTS – Multi Threat Shield bag looks like an average black laptop bag, but not only can it carry your gear for you, like a laptop and wallet, it could also save your life. Built into the MTS is a lightweight and discreet ballistic shield.
The Toast covers are laser cut for precise fit, finished by hand, simple peel & stick application, which adds grip, protection and serious style. You can choose from four wood veneers: walnut, ash, bamboo or ebony.
Ever since Sony sold it’s once coveted brand VAIO in 2014 to a private equity fund, the line has managed to sustain it’s premium products and premium name, offering high-end specs and design to everything they’re currently churning out. The company’s latest VAIO Z flip model is no exception, a superb 2-in-1, with a super sleek design and powerful guts.
InMovement, arguably the leader in adjustable standing desks, has come out with their Elevate Desktop DT2 sit-to-stand desks ($400), which is sure to make a huge splash in this category due to the comparatively inexpensive price, and it’s good-looking and durable build.
The Lenovo Ideapad 100s runs just under $200, and packs a bit of processing power with a cool design to offer a really nice package for mere peanuts. Additionally, the Lenovo IdeaPad 100S is a lightweight, has a good 9-hour battery, and is powered by Windows 10. It also has a nice 11.6-inch display, and a decent keyboard and touchpad.
As PC prices continue to become extremely more affordable, we begin to see why that is possible. With varying power, speed, configuration (tower, AIO, tablet) and memory options, you can literally grab a low-end laptop these days for under $100. For those who want something considerably smaller, Hannspree has announced a Chromecast-esq PC stick, dubbed the world’s smallest PC, and called the Hannspree Micro PC Stick.
Day traders use them. So do designers and computer programmers. It’s the dual monitor set-up, and if you’ve ever seen one on a desk, you know they look totally sharp. Those that need extra screen real estate usually buy a couple of monitors, and setup can be a little tricky. However, Philips has made it easy by putting two monitors on one monitor stand.