This month's "The Writers Workbench" tech review column has now been posted on both the Writers Guild Online website here, and on the Huffington Post. I'm linking to the article, rather than posting it here directly because...well, honestly, it takes a lot of coding to embed all the product graphics and website links, and it's just a Whole Lot Easier to link to it. (And I'm linking the the WGA version because it's more full and includes more graphics and the TWW Notes at the end, with little tidbits of newsy items of interest.
This month covers products that might be of interest if you travel and want to take your office with you on the road. The products covered are --
• iTwin -- an interesting device that links you with your home computer
• Kingston Wi-Drive -- a highly portable device that expands the storage capacity of your phone or tablet
• Macally mHUB -- this expands the limited USB ports on your laptop.
• ZAGGkeys Flex Keyboard -- a very small, but usable portable wireless keyboard that connects wirelessly to
• Scosche freeKEY Keyboard -- a bizarre portable keyboard made of rubber that literally can roll up. (Honest.)
• Macally USBpower - a versatile power charger plug with international adapters and car adapter.
• Aviiq Portable Charging Station -- an interesting pack that eliminates the need to carry multiple charging cords.
Okay, here's proof about that Scosche keyboard. It really does roll up.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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