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Fuse Powerslice Charging Station  can charge up to four devices simultainiously

Posted: 30 Sep 2011 03:57 AM PDT

Recharging our portable devices is sometimes a tedious task, and we have seen all sorts of chargers on the market, and if you're looking for a charger that can recharge several devices simultaneously, Fuse Powerslice Charging Station might be the right thing for you.

Fuse Powerslice Charging Station is comprised of base unit and three pie-shaped slices, and what makes this charger unique is that it can recharge four devices simultaneously. We have to mention that each slice can recharge different type of device such as iPhone/iPod touch, Samsung smartphones, or LG handsets. In addition, there is an USB port on the base of the charger, so you can easily attach and recharge any USB device as well.

Fuse Powerslice Charging Station might be the right charger for you, especially if you have several devices that you want to recharge at the same time. As for the price, Fuse Powerslice Charging Station is priced at $44.99, and you can purchase additional slices for $9.99 each.

Windows 8 comes with new and redesigned boot process

Posted: 30 Sep 2011 01:46 AM PDT

Microsoft is determined to make some changes related to Windows 8 user interface, and if you have seen new Windows 8 Blue Screen of Death, you're probably going to like this new and improved boot process.

Since the early days of Windows, boot process looked filled with codes and numbers, that weren't understandable to the average user, and now with Windows 8, Microsoft decided to change that. Now instead of codes, you'll get only the visual interface that lets you choose which operating system you want to use, in case you have two of them. In addition, you can use advanced options, such as accessing USB flash drive, changing default OS, or even running command prompt, all in new and visual user interface. We also have to mention that this new interface fully supports touch input, so it is fully optimized for touchscreen monitors and tablets.

New boot process looks great, and it's a great improvement compared to the old textual boot, but we still have to wait and see how advanced users will react to it.


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