A funny thing happened on the way to this review, I fell in love with a wireless keyboard from Logitech, but not the one I initially planned to review. Let me explain. I’ve been working with the Logitech PR folks for the last several years and have reviewed several of their Mac-based products. When the [...]
I’ve been having nothing but problems keeping my wireless connection alive on my AppleTV the last month. I never had troubles like this before, I never changed the location of my Time Capsule or my AppleTV so why all the problems all of a sudden? I’ve tried restoring, rebooting, changing channels, a static IP, cutting down the Multi-Cast, and other ideas. So far, it works for a few days then back to dropping the wireless connection.
Audioengine’s newest product, the W2, is perhaps the coolest iPhone gadget on the market. Have you ever wanted the ability to stream music wirelessly from iPod or iPhone to your home stereo without monkeying through a remote interface? Now you can. The W2 allows you to connect your iPod or iPhone directly to your stereo wirelessly.
I have been interested in the Time Capsule since it was announced at Macworld. I backup four computers in my home and 3 of the 4 drives kept at my home are over three years old. So I’ve been thinking it was time to replace a few of them and I’ve also been obsessing over getting my “N” speed hardware operating at “N” speed with a separate router and leaving the old router for the “G” devices on my network. So there I was thinking I’d buy some hard drives and a new router after the new year and Apple shows up with the Time Capsule. It seemed the perfect fit.