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November 21, 2022
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Introducing the latest j5Create multi-monitor adapter and dual monitor docking station

As much as we love the fact that many modern productivity-focused laptops have become sleeker, slimmer, and more lightweight, they have created a need for two […]
November 8, 2022
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The features and benefits of USB microphones for streaming gamers

Getting into streaming can seem daunting for newcomers. There are so many things you need to be aware of: background lighting, the number of RGB peripherals […]
November 1, 2022
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What is Rapoo Multi-Mode Wireless technology?

I own three computers. I like to keep my work computer, my gaming computer, and my on-the-go laptop separate. I also have a tablet, which I […]
October 24, 2022
Logitech H820e Wireless You can tell from the plain cardboard box that the H820e business Bluetooth headset comes in that it is not designed to be sold to the end user. It is rather an enterprise-focused product, and we can certainly see why. Let us go through the features of this truly fantastic headset in a scenario where it feels at home the most: It’s 9:30 AM in X call center. Steve has just had his coffee and is ready to start with the cold calls of the day. Before that though, the H820e dock next to his computer lights up to let him know that he has an incoming call. He puts on the headset, adjusts the boom mic and unmutes it with the button right on the mic and listens to his boss talk about the agenda for the day. Steve then starts his first cold call. It’s with one of those clients who has the microphone inside his mouth. But Steve doesn’t wince at his sound because the H820e already filters out all the crackles and hisses that go beyond 115dBA. He just gently lowers the volume with the controls right on the right ear cup. Janet wants to ask Steve if he could lend her some of his Brazilian coffee, but she hesitates and turns back as she sees the red light at the back of the boom mic on Steve’s H820e, indicating that he’s on a call. After an hour of cold calling, Steve is feeling a bit cramped so he starts walking upstairs back to the kitchen, all the while not dropping his call because the connection that his headset is making with the dock isn’t limited to 10 meters. Steve can be around 100 meters away from the dock and still not skip a beat in the call! It is 5 P.M. and Steve just took off the headset for the first time and popped it on the dock to be charged for another day of use tomorrow. He would have been fine to use it for at least another 5 hours!

Headsets vs. Earbuds: Which is most suitable for hybrid work?

There are two main types of wearable audio-listening devices: earbuds and headphones (headsets if they have a microphone). Each of them comes with its own set […]
October 17, 2022

Everything you need to know about Rapoo’s Ralemo lineup

Rapoo, the computer peripheral brand that mostly targets the affordable section of the market, is undergoing a shift in direction. Their new lineup, under the moniker […]
October 10, 2022
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What is Business Intelligence?

In business, no matter the industry, there are a lot of moving parts at play. Each transaction, each call, each item that leaves the warehouse, each […]
February 21, 2021

The Uncharted Dangers of the Cyber Universe Part III: 3 Recommendations on How to Protect Yourself From CyberCrime

In the dangerous realms of the cyber universe, how can one stay truly safe and secure? In our previous article, we covered some of the most […]