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Valerie Potter
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You Want Reviews? We've Got 'Em!

Been coveting a snazzy, sleek smartphone? How about an inexpensive way to share and sync files? A workhorse file and print server? Or a digital pen that remembers everything you write and creates e-mails

This week I want to call your attention to a slew of new product reviews appearing on Small Business Pipeline. Some of these products are designed just for small businesses; others will come in handy for anybody.

Need a way to back up important files, share them over your LAN, sync them up, and even access them remotely? Enter Mirra Personal Server, specifically geared toward small businesses and small offices.

Next up is a sneak peek at Buffalo Technology's LinkStation Network Storage Center, a file and print server that offers compact, centralized storage for the small office/home office.

Does your business have more than one office connected over a wide area network? Does that WAN act as a data bottleneck? Want to do something about it? Network Computing looks at four WAN accelerators that use caching, compression and QoS to speed data across your network.

Been coveting a snazzy smartphone but haven't been able to afford one? Take a look at the new Audiovox SMT 5600. It's sleek, packed with high-end features, and sports a familiar Windows interface -- and it won't break the bank.

Here's something you might not realize you need until you try it: Logitech's io2 Digital Writing System. This digital pen remembers everything you write and can instantly create e-mails and documents of the stored data.

Seems like somebody's always trying to make our lives easier. I like that.

A final note: if you like news, reviews, and views on the coolest new electronic gadgets, check out our newest sister site, Personal Tech Pipeline. Who says tech news can't be fun?

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