Category Archives: Gadgets and Tech

Micro Four Thirds Lens Filter Size List (Olympus, Panasonic, etc.)

Hoya 58mm Filters

Recently I was going through my filters to see which ones to keep and which ones to sell. Many of my filters were of the 58mm or 62mm variety but I even found some oddities like 43mm 😉 After some effort trying to round up lenses to see what the filter size was each, I determined to put together a list of Micro Four Thirds lenses and their corresponding filter size, sorted from smallest to largest. The list was quite

Lenovo X230 Memory Upgrade to 16GB [HOWTO] [VIDEO]

16GB of glorious DDR3L-1866Mhz SODIMM memory :-)

[Scroll to the bottom for a quick video of the upgrade process!] The Lenovo X230 (and its predecessor the X220) are absurdly easy to upgrade. Here is the X230 memory upgrade process: Power off laptop (fully OFF, not hibernate) Remove battery Remove two screws from memory access panel Remove existing RAM by releasing retention clips Securely install new upgrade RAM Replace cover & screws Replace battery and power ON! For the upgrade, I chose Crucial’s excellent 16GB DDR3 RAM kit

Dell Latitude E7450 1080p IPS

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The Dell Latitude E7450 is a capable 14″ Windows laptop. Heavier than an ultrabook, less capable than heavier workstations… it strikes a fairly good balance between portability and performance. My favorite feature is the E-Dock compatibility, allowing for easy multi-monitor use when docked at a desk. The laptop’s keyboard backlight is also very handy when working at night Least favorite aspects are limited battery life and only decent keyboard/trackpad/trackpoint. I find that I prefer my classic X220 for typing and

Lenovo IdeaPad 100S-11IBY 11.6” Laptop Intel Atom 32GB eMMC Red

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The Lenovo IdeaPad 100s is a reasonably priced lightweight Windows laptop. Unfortunately, limited storage and poor display viewing angles prevent it from being a machine I would use on a daily basis. Specifications: Intel Atom processor Z3735F 2GB DDR3L / 32GB eMMC flash memory 11.6″ LED backlight / Intel HD Graphics Built-in Webcam / WLAN 802.11n / HDMI /USB 2.0 / Headphone / Microphone Windows 10 

EnGenius ECB350 Power Supply Voltage and Amperage [SOLVED]

The EnGenius Technology ECB350 is a very nice access point/bridge that can utilize either a “wall wart” power supply or a 802.3af POE connection for power. Recently I misplaced one of the wall wart power supplies and needed to find/replace it with an approriate model. As such, here are the power supply requirements for the ECB350: Active Ethernet (Power-over-Ethernet, IEEE 802.3af) 48VDC/0.375A -or- Wall Plug In Power Supply: 12V/1A TIP: If you need a replacement power supply, Amazon has them. I hope this

Dell XPS 13 vs E5450

Both nice screens, but I prefer the XPS 13

Dell makes some of the best bang for the buck laptops, especially if you buy refurbished or used. Whereas a 2013 Apple laptop will still be very highly priced for the specs, Dell laptops depreciate rapidly. Thus, for $400-$800 you can get a very nice Dell. Likewise, Dell maintenance and upgradeability is also very good. SSD, RAM and WiFi upgrades are generally a piece of cake. I understand that Apple makes a premium product and that they have very high

Dell Latitude E5450 i7-5600U 2.6GHz, 16GB RAM, 1TB, NVIDIA 840M 14.0″ 1920X1080

E5450 showing Dell boot logo

You are viewing the bought and sold portion of my website. This is where I keep an archive of items that I bought and sold on eBay or other venues. For auction: Dell E5450. You are bidding on the exact laptop pictured in the photos. Condition: perfect refurbished condition, unit has been fully tested and is in excellent condition. Detailed specifications of this unit: Dell Latitude E5450  Core i7-5600U 2.6GHz-3.20GHz CPU 16GB DDR3 RAM 1TB HDD NVIDIA 840M 2GB dedicated

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