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HP Photosmart 7520 – All in One Printer With Enhanced Functionalities

Posted on 30 May 2014

HP wishes to do more than just stick to the basics. With the introduction of the HP Photosmart 7520, it is easy to understand that even though the printer has been designed for home use, it does possess office-centric features. The initiative is remarkable considering that the device is an All in One Printer which costs nothing more than $199.

Features
The printer surprisingly makes use of its predecessor’s features while incorporating newer ones. This (sort of) makes up for the rather simple design. In addition to the basic printing, copying and scanning functionalities, the printer can print and scan from and to memory cards and USB flash drives. In addition, the device also allows you to preview your photos on its 4.3 inch display.

The tray can deliver up to 125 pages at a time, which though feasible may not be great in comparison to the other models. However, it does have a separate photo paper tray that can house sheets up to 5 x 7 inches. This ease of not having to switch between photo sheets and papers on a single tray is a blessing.
In addition, the HP Photosmart 7520 allows connectivity using a built in WI-FI adapter. It also makes use of printing apps like Apple Air Print or HP ePrint.

Performance
Based on tests, the printer can print 3.7 pages per minute. It is, however, faster than its competitors. The output quality is also brilliantly defined and offers distinct color schemes to provide more than the expected results. The HP Photosmart 7520 is overall an effective inkjet printer that goes out of its way by offering extraordinary graphic quality for home and office purposes.

The Verdict
The HP Photosmart 7520 is definitely a great addition to your home or office. It is nicely priced for the features and output it provides. However, it will only do you good if you do not have massive printing needs.

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The New Charging Cabinets

Posted on 30 April 2013

The world is moving at a fast pace along with the growth of many new inventions which have revolutionized the human life. Constant improvement in IT products has simplified human life along with providing cutting edge technology as never seen before. Cell phones, laptops, tablet pc’s and other hand held devices are always on the go wherever you’re going. Whether in home or at any work place, you probably need to charge these gadgets. Now you wouldn’t carry a charger with you at all time so to cope up with this, charging cabinet is introduced which is a pioneer in the modern IT world.

What Is a Charging Cabinet?
Just like normal cabinets, these are specially designed for a purpose to charge the wireless/handheld devices like laptops, cell phones, tablets and more. Different varieties of charging cabinets are available in market for different gadgets.

They are placed on walls or are earthed to the floor which has built-in several charging sockets. Although the new generation of such cabinets is designed to charge multiple devices but most are still used for single unit. These are widely used in offices, cafeterias and other public places as well.

Common Features:

Some common features of these charging cabinets are stated below:
o Multiple compartments with several power outlets to charge more than one device.
o Easy to setup with variation in size accordingly to the place required for.
o Doors with lock features are also provided just like a normal cabinet.
o The back layer on which the power sockets are provided is made of shock free material that is either wood or hard plastic.

Conclusion:
Charging cabinets are a step forward in the world of advance technology relieving you from the hassle of taking chargers along. A smart and efficient way to power up your gadgets!

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A New Take on VOIP – The ooma Hub Phone

Posted on 11 December 2007

ooma Hub

Ditch your landline for this new VOIP enabled device. The ooma Hub wants to take over your telephone (and the monthly bills) for about $400. The device sports a host of cool features, like a instant second line, Enhanced Call-Waiting, three-way conferencing, caller-ID, one touch do not disturb, voicemail and unlimited U.S. calling. It uses your existing broadband connection, just like many other VOIP devices, to place calls. It’s bound to be one of next year’s hottest gadgets!

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Have Your Meetings in a Cloud Room

Posted on 05 July 2007

Inflatable Cloud Room

This giant inflatable cloud is supposed to be a portable meeting room. It’s about 7’x15’x13′ when inflated. It looks cool as hell, but I’m not sure what kind of business meeting would be appropriate to conduct in it. Somehow I don’t see Donald Trump saying, “let’s walk into my giant cloud room while I fire your ass”. I think it’d be fine for counting the stack of quarters I netted from my lemonade stand though.

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USB Laser Guided Missile Launcher

Posted on 21 December 2006

rocket launcher

The ultimate desk accessory to fend off annoying co-workers. The Laser Guided Missile Launcher is USB powered and controlled through your desktop. Reportedly this is the same level of fire power that Sadam’s army had. Well, minus the computer of course. The thing just doesn’t shoot straight when you hook it up to a camel. Get it at ThinkGeek.com.

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Flatpack Office

Posted on 19 December 2006

Flat Pack Office

Office unfolded

I’m sure most of you are familiar with ‘flatpack’ furniture. That’s the way your stuff is packaged and shipped from Ikea (before you rip it apart and discover you’re missing pieces). Extend that concept beyond the desk itself to what actually sits on your desk. That’s the flatpack office set from Spring. Known as a b.i.o. – or bendable interior object – it’s made of powder coated recycled aluminum and can be folded together in just a couple minutes.

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