Category Archives: Hardware

How to Install Toastman’s Tomato Build on the Asus RT-N16 Router

For those who need a low-cost router with the power and stability to run mid to large Wi-Fi installations, the Linux based Tomato router firmware paired with the Asus RT-N16 router is

Recommended: Best Cost-Effective Router for Internet Traffic Control – Asus RT-N16

While searching for a highly cost-effective router with internet traffic control capabilities, I found out that a router based on a customized firmware called Tomato was a very good option for traffic

The Best Shipping Label and Printer Solution for USPS, UPS and FedEx

[Last updated September 20, 2014) If you are a high-volume shipper, you probably already have your expensive, high-capacity shipping label print system running. For the rest of us new startups and low

File Server Recommendation: Synology DiskStation

Everyone who deals with a large amount of files is in need of a file server. With the ever increasing amount of photos, music, videos and documents, you need an efficient and

[Purchased] Logitech HD Webcam C260

Today, I received a shipment from TigerDirect with the new webcam I ordered for my boys to video chat with their cousins. I wanted a low cost webcam with a good quality

[Recommended] ASUS U36SD-A1 Laptop Computer

Last week, I received a call from a friend who wanted to buy a laptop computer for his wife. Price range was between $500 and $1,000 and wanted something bigger than a

Corsair Force Series 3 120GB SSD Review (SATA 3, 6Gbps)

The Corsair Force Series 3 SSD is one of the newer high-performance SATA 3 and price-wise affordable SSDs in the market. For this reason, I just picked one up for my desktop

How to Choose a Good or the Best SSD

SSDs (solid-state hard drives) are truly revolutionizing computer performance for both notebook and desktop computers. If you aren’t purchasing a SSD right now, you will definitely consider one in the near future.

Samsung P2770HD 27″ LCD Monitor

This is the monitor I recommended to my sister-in-law yesterday. She wanted a monitor to replace her existing 4:3 ratio 19″ one and I highly recommended this 27″ over a 24″ one.