Gigabit Ethernet and 3-port hub in one adapter


Many of today’s notebook models like the MacBook Air no longer have Ethernet ports, so in the event you might find a need for a wired Internet or a hard LAN connection, you need an adapter for that. For notebooks with a standard USB-A connection LOGiiX has the Piston Connect USB-A 3-Port Hub + 1Gbit Ethernet Adapter, which not only gives you that missing RJ-45 port; you also get as the name suggests, a built-in 3-port USB hub.

It comes in a handy compact, yet sturdy, form factor (135 x 61x 24mm) with a pigtail style format – i.e. with the USB cable (38cm) attached, which you can easily throw into your knapsack and carry around. It also has an on-board LED indicators that give you your connectivity status. Read more…at Canoe Tech Blog.

USB cables don’t have to be boring


Many people find cables dull, boring and a necessary evil when a wireless solution is not an option. But it doesn’t have to be. Here are a few USB Lightning charging cables that are not only practical, some also have a neat funky twist to them. Read more…at Canoe Tech Blog.

Linksys wireless adapter adds zip to your Wi-Fi network


When it comes to Wi-Fi, we want to grab as much bandwidth as we can get. But with highly intensive activities such as simultaneous HD video streaming, we seem to push transmission limits to the edge. With the latest Wi-Fi standard 802.11ac using advanced modulation techniques and compacting more data into the digital bitstream we can now leave 802.11n in the dust, reaching throughputs of up to 1.3 Gbps, up to three times faster than 802.11n.


iTwin: Easy secure file sharing; no cloud necessary


We all have days where the seemingly simply act of transferring a file can make us crazy. Have you ever looked for a really quick, painless and secure way to retrieve or play files on a remote computer without having to configure a Virtual Private Network (VPN) or use cloud sharing options like Dropbox?

Read more…  AT CANOE TECH BLOG!!!