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CNET to the Rescue Ep. 43: Loud keyboards, obsolete networks, used cameras, and more.

Josh Lowensohn joins the show to help us pick input devices, get things done with to-do lists, and figure out what to do with our old Tivo when the world moves to IPv6 networks.
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