The IOGear works just as advertised, but there are cheaper alternatives that perform just as well.
The IOGear Wireless Audio/Video Kit may be expensive, but once set up, it's one of the easiest ways to get your TV to work as your computer's monitor.
Can't fit all your music, movies, documents, and other stuff? Before you spend money on a higher-capacity iPhone, iPod, or iPad, read this.
The already well-funded Kickstarter project provides mobile storage with a built-in Lightning connector. But it won't be cheap.
Whether you're new to the wonderful world of smartphones or you just bought yourself a newer model, these tips should help.
Strapped for storage? Before you start randomly deleting stuff, find out which apps are consuming the most space.
The Iogear USB Theater Sound Xperience looks like an old vacuum tube, but it delivers simulated surround sound through headphones for movie watchers on the go.
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If you must have a cord-free option that allows you to listen to your MP3 player and talk on your cell phone, consider the IOGear Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Headphone Kit. However, you might want to wait for the next-gen design.