Google's Chrome Notebook, the Cr-48. What's that Yellow Halo Around Veronica? Easy Drive Imaging, Veebeam: wireless video from your PC to your HDTV, the best laptop to run Photoshop, How to get HBO without a cable subscription, Panasonic's First LED LCD, the TC-L42D2 and the new releases for December 14th, 2010.
Tekzilla feeds your tech hunger! Patrick Norton and Shannon Morse bring you hands on reviews of the latest gear, tips and tricks that improve the tech you already own and conversations with the most informative experts around.
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There's been a lot of Google news this week, starting with the "contextual discovery" announcement at Le Web. Back in California, Google announced the CR48, the Chrome Web Store, and updates to Google Maps. In other news, Kindle for the Web is available in beta, and Comcast has no plans for metered pricing. Watch the video for more tech news.
Veebeam promises to deliver any content from your PC right to your HDTV - wirelessly! We haven't gotten our hands on it yet, but a few reviewers have. Is it the perfect way to connect your HTPC or just another overhyped dongle? Watch the video to find out.
Belkinís PLAYN600 offers maximum speed and performance for media-intensive applications like HD video streaming and gaming. Dual-plane antennas and MIMO technology provide three-dimensional whole-home coverage for consistent signal, even through walls and floors. Dual-Band N technology doubles performance and bandwidth with simultaneous networks that eliminate interference. The PLAYís TORRENT MATE App lets you continue downloading even if your computer is shut down or asleep, so you donít wait around for large torrent downloads like movies, music and games. The PLAYN600 comes with an easy install card, and software CD to get you out of the box and onto the Web in three easy steps. And the PLAYN600ís 2 USB Ports let you plug in a printer and hard drive for wireless printing and storage.
Panasonic's 42" LED flat panel, the TC-L42D2, shows a lot of promise. It includes an iPod/iPhone dock, a swivel base stand, solid HD 1080i video processing, and more. Watch the video to find out if this should be on your short list of holiday gift ideas.
Want that premium content without the basic cable package that you're just going to ignore anyway? Watch the video for a few tips on getting a hold of those HBO shows without signing up for a cable plan.
We get it, you want Internet freedom on your TV, but you want it to be the stuff you actually want to watch in HD and you want to enjoy it from the comfort of your couch. Weíre all over itñintroducing the Boxee Box by D-Link: click, follow, watch ñ you are now in full command of your TV for the first time. No rules, no contracts. Finally, TV gets it.
Want to run Photoshop on your laptop but can't afford a Mac? Watch the video to find out what your options are.
Trying to add a partition to your hardware RAID setup? Watch the video for the pros and cons.
One of our cameras has been inflicted with a condition that causes yellow shadows to appear on Veronica and Robert. Watch the video to find out why.
Want to defrag your machine, but not sure if it's a smart idea for your file system? While Smart Defrag and Diskeeper are great alternatives to the built-in tool for Windows if you go through with it, watch the video to find out whether there are some file systems better left fragmented.
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