Of interest to gamers on-the-go might be the laptop feature, because the G13 gameboard includes onboard memory, letting you program up to five ready-to-play profiles and take them with you to your next LAN party.
The G13 gameboard also offers pre-configured settings for many popular games, including
World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade
Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
If you are trying to get business done on a full flight, you don't want to share your business with everyone around you. Privacy filters are a great way to protect prying eyes from sensitive data on your laptop.
What I like about this particular filter is that it adheres to the laptop easily without slipping, and even if someone is seated right next to me, they would not be able to see data on my screen. Most sales managers should make this a standard issue for their traveling sales teams.
The filters are available in a number of sizes for both PC and Mac. The one I looked at was a Mac filter for a 13.3W, which cost $50. Prices range between $40 and $100.
Site to see
Normally, when you go to search for something on
(EBAY - Get Report)
(AMZN - Get Report)
you type in the name or description of the product you are seeking and then you have to scroll down through a list of products.
Depending on what you are looking for, the list can run on several pages and take awhile to load all the photos. With this site, you type in the name of the product or category you are looking for, and there are two tabs: eBay and Amazon.
The site will then quickly bring up one page filled with small, thumbnail photos of your product. This is a great way to see, at a glance, if you're looking at the same product you wanted, or to see the variations on a certain product.
Try typing in HD Camera and you'll get quite a few results. Some of the products listed have no photos, but this still saves you time and gives you the option of whether to proceed to a product without a photo.