LaCie - Huby

LaCie - Huby

Hey, I just want to win the MacAir

  • Turns your desk into a blooming garden.

  • This Lotus-Shaped USB Webcam will give you a 640×480 resolution at 30 frames per second. It comes with a built-in microphone and 12 bright white LED lights. This allows you to use the web camera without any problems in low light c... This Lotus-Shaped USB Webcam will give you a 640×480 resolution at 30 frames per second. It comes with a built-in microphone and 12 bright white LED lights. This allows you to use the web camera without any problems in low light conditions

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  • ) Also, the drive comes with an 8MB cache which helps give it such fine performance."" title="$88. Yep, just $88. It makes me feel so old school.... "I remember the day when I walked five miles to Best Buy to pay $200 for a 120GB drive...." Or something like that. In any case, I've learned a few lessons over the years about computers. The main one is one that we can all chant together: "Back Up. Back Up. Back Up." So when a request was issued in each of my daughters' letters to Santa for iPods, my first thought was what to buy to make backing up and updating their iTunes not only easy but independent of my own computer set-up. Ta da. And yes, it's available in SEVERAL colors. Also several hard drive sizes. An I want to add a quick note from one of the reviewer's that you may find helpful: "You've probably read that it's important with Windows XP to format your USB hard drive using the NTFS file system and then set it in device manager's "Policies" tab to "optimize for performance". That's quite true and worth mentioning. You'll get best speed this way and really don't lose anything except compatibility with Windows 95, 98 and ME. What are they, you ask? ;>) Also, the drive comes with an 8MB cache which helps give it such fine performance."">$88. Yep, just $88. It makes me feel so old school.... "I remember the day when I walked five miles to Best Buy to pay $200 for a 120GB drive...." Or something like that. In any case, I've learned a few lessons over the years a... $88. Yep, just $88. It makes me feel so old school.... "I remember the day when I walked five miles to Best Buy to pay $200 for a 120GB drive...." Or something like that. In any case, I've learned a few lessons over the years about computers. The main one is one that we can all chant together: "Back Up. Back Up. Back Up." So when a request was issued in each of my daughters' letters to Santa for iPods, my first thought was what to buy to make backing up and updating their iTunes not only easy but independent of my own computer set-up. Ta da. And yes, it's available in SEVERAL colors. Also several hard drive sizes. An I want to add a quick note from one of the reviewer's that you may find helpful: "You've probably read that it's important with Windows XP to format your USB hard drive using the NTFS file system and then set it in device manager's "Policies" tab to "optimize for performance". That's quite true and worth mentioning. You'll get best speed this way and really don't lose anything except compatibility with Windows 95, 98 and ME. What are they, you ask? ;>) Also, the drive comes with an 8MB cache which helps give it such fine performance."

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  • an all-in-one plant-growing powerhouse

  • nice mixed media!!

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  • Desktop speakers always seem to be sub-par. These crystal speakers promise to be the highest-quality sound producing speakers for your computer or laptop around. "The Crystal USB Desktop Speakers are the smallest audiophile perfor... Desktop speakers always seem to be sub-par. These crystal speakers promise to be the highest-quality sound producing speakers for your computer or laptop around. "The Crystal USB Desktop Speakers are the smallest audiophile performance stereo USB speakers available for PCs and Notebooks. Each of the speakers is rated at 1 Watt per channel and are compatible with USB 2.0." And, they look cool. Just make sure your cubicle neighbor likes electronica before you turn it up too loud.

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  • I love this hub. Who says your USB hub has to be boring and ugly?