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Learn how to toggle between Zsphere and Adaptive Skin mode.
4 Apr 2007
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How to use an AC adapter to power low voltage electronics. Great for PC fans
1 Jun 2007
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Shawn Collins of ******* reviews the SanDisk 2GB MicroSD/TransFlash Card with SD Adapter.
31 Aug 2007
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The USB 2.0 to IDE or Serial ATA Drive Adapter from Cables To Go turns any IDE or SATA drive into a convenient external drive. Simply connect one IDE/ATAPI or SATA-based mass storage device through a USB port to easily transfer files from a computer or notebook, back up files or store large file archives on an external hard drive. The hi-speed USB interface enables easy installation with its plug-and-play design. The adapter supports all existing IDE/ATAPI devices such as Iomega Zip, CD-ROM, CD-RW, DVD-ROM and IDE hard drives, and works with any SATA hard drive from 80GB to 500GB. The USB 2.0 to IDE or SATA Drive adapter can handle all sizes and types of mass storage drives making this a great solution for recovering personal files from IDE or SATA drives that no longer boot the operating system.
14 Sep 2007
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Extending your desktop has never been easier with the Cables to Go USB 2.0 to SVGA Adapter! Install the included software, plug in the adapter, and you are on your way to dual monitor computing. Now you can easily expand spreadsheets over two monitors, read e-mail on one monitor and view the attachment on the other, make multi-screen presentations without a second computer, or expand your graphics workstation. The USB 2.0 to SVGA Adapter is perfect for laptop users who don't have the capability of adding an extra video card. It is also a cost-effective solution for desktop users who don't want the hassles of installing an internal video card. USB 2.0 technology allows you to use this device with numerous computers versus an internal card that can only be used with one. Since this adapter is bus-powered, no additional power cables are needed.
14 Sep 2007
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2 Oct 2007
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Shawn Collins of ******* reviews the Tumi Electronics Electric Adapter from Sharper Image.
10 Oct 2007
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Hate those cheap multi-adapter power supplies that only provide up to 500ma of power? Here's how to use one high-output power supply (up to 3.5A in this case) to run all of your power hungry gadgets, like laptops, LCD monitors, etc...
13 Oct 2007
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External power adapters, also known as power supplies, are crucial to the operation of virtually all small electronic devices. As many as 1.5 billion are in use in the U.S. — that's about five for every person.
12 Nov 2007
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Is the AC adapter really lighter than air?
18 Dec 2007
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see how to dissolve a penny with the power adapter.
20 Dec 2007
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22 Dec 2007
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*******live.pirillo**** - You can't fit a square peg into a round hole, unless the square peg has a USB port. USB adapters are great, because they allow you to have backwards compatibility with legacy devices.
8 Jan 2008
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This video will show you how to disable your Network Adapter (NIC) in Windows XP.
25 Jan 2008
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This video will show you how to enable your network adapter (NIC) in Windows XP.
1 Nov 2008
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This is a review for the Monoprice**** iPhone earphone adapter. Check out my site at tekbru**** for more information.
6 Feb 2008
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