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Maybe you’ve seen the movie 127 Hours, or perhaps you know the story of Aron Ralston. It’s a true story. In 2003, Aron Ralston was hiking alone in Utah when a boulder fell on his arm, pinning him in place. Suffice it to say that after five days of being stuck, Aron used a dull multi-tool to help free himself; according to Aron, it was not a Leatherman multi-tool.

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If you use monitors, projectors, cameras or printers in your digital imaging workflow then you know how crucial it is to have accurate and reliable color calibration, from start to finish. X-Rite has released the new i1 Pro 2 line of professional color management solutions.

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Tripping over wires isn’t fun, especially if you’re trying to get your computer to display on your big-screen TV. The latest solution, called the Wireless Home Digital Interface or WHDI, streams uncompressed high-definition video at up to 1080p resolution with 3D support and 5.1 surround sound.

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There was a time when only large corporations used RAID storage. It was partly because only large corporations had enough data to warrant the use of RAID storage and partly because only large corporations could afford to purchase and maintain such high-end storage. RAID storage is still used by large corporations, but today you’ll find that RAID storage is also used by small businesses and individuals.

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Extremely fast, large capacity hard drives aren’t luxury items for high definition video editors, music producers, 3D animators, graphic designers and the like—they’re a necessity. 

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Kids like to use headsets just as much as adults, and probably more. And let’s face it, headsets are good for kids because a lot of the stuff they listen to can get on an adults' nerves after hearing it once or twice—or a few hundred times.

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When you’re picking out a controller keyboard these days, you must first determine how you’re going to use it: either with your main computer or with your mobile device, and then purchase a compatible product. However, the new Mobile Keys keyboard controllers from Line 6 are compatible, plug-and-play style, with Mac, Windows and iOS devices.

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Wacom’s new Intuos5 digital tablets have been announced. Similar to the Intuos4 models, the new Intuos5 tablets offer new features and functionality. Anyone who was a fan of the Intuos4 tablets will like the Intuos5 models even more.

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The buried lead in Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer’s keynote address and swansong at the Consumer Electronics Show in January was the announcement of a Kinect peripheral for Windows.

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What can $20 buy? Would you believe a USB-pluggable DVD player/writer complete with software? The ASUS SDRW-08D2S-U External Slim DVD Writer (black) is an 11-ounce peripheral for a Mac or Windows computer  that happens to provide an excellent excuse for leaving the optical disc drive out of your current or next computer.

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Attention private investigators, fleet owners and others who want to know the location of vehicles: The Land Air Sea SilverCloud Real Time GPS Tracker, featuring the SilverCloud Online Web browser application, enables real-time GPS tracking to be shared with everyone.

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Since computers already have high-def displays, networking ability and extensible storage, why not put them to work as the ultimate digital video recorder for distributing cable TV throughout your home? 

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People can’t get enough Internet these days–and neither can some devices. Many now depend on an Internet connection in order to offer full functionality. In addition to HDTVs, Blu-ray players and gaming consoles, there’s probably at least one can opener for sale that has an Internet port.

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Support isn’t just about getting a technician on the phone. It’s also about trusting your camera, computer and critical accessories to the most reliable tabletops and attachments available—modules that can be extended as your needs grow. 

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Blue has a reputation for making quality microphones with visually striking designs, and the freshly announced Tiki USB Microphone is no exception. The Tiki is less than 3" long, and it connects directly to the USB port of your Mac or PC.

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