Mini Review of the Sandberg USB DVD Mini Reader

If you have a netbook, or other computer that doesn't have a DVD drive you may be looking for one. Sandberg have a USB DVD Mini Reader.

Review of the Sandberg StreetBlaster Headset

Are you looking for a low cost headset as a christmas present for someone this year? Then look no further......

Review of the Swann ADW-300 Digital Wireless Security Camera

Here at Using Windows Home Server, we have reviewed security cameras in the past. This time we got sent one of the new Swann ADW-300 Digital Wireless Security Camera sets, that includes a high quality security camera and receiver.

Mini Review of the Samsung SE-S084 External DVD drive

Here is a mini-review of teh Samsung SE-S084 External DVD drive. I purchased this DVD drive for use with both a Netbook and the Windows Home Server.

Review of the Powermat Wireless Charging System

Earlier this week I went along to the UK press launch of the Powermat wireless charging system. Now I saw this at CES in Las Vegas back in January of this year, but now it is finally coming out.

Exclusive Review of the Lenovo IdeaCentre D400 Windows Home Server

This morning a nice box from Lenovo arrived containing the new Lenovo IdeaCentre D400 Windows Home Server and here is the exclusive and first review of the D400.

In-depth Review of the HP MediaSmart Server EX495 Windows Home Server

HP have released a number of Windows Home Servers over the last 2 years since Windows Home Server was launched. Now comes two new Windows Home Servers – the HP MediaSmart Server EX490 and the EX495. This review concentrates on the EX495 and what it has to offer.

P80 2.0.5 Add-In Released for Windows Home Sever

After finding a security hole in the original version of P80 and the fact the install was a bit a of work, P80 author Kris Rodenhausen went back to the coding drawing board. Several good things became of this, the least of which is a true Windows Home Server add-in.

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