Price, ease of setup and its perfect niche features make the RHUB TurboMeeting 200 a device that could find a home in any organization that hosts meetings and should pay for itself in less than a year.
The Steelhead appliance from Riverbed Technology uses wide-area network optimization techniques to reduce or eliminate the nagging problem of latency in the cloud.
Passport from LifeSize Communications, a division of Logitech, attempts to find a happy medium between large and expensive, and small and cheap.
Almost perfect for an educational setting, the NEC NP-M260X is inexpensive, can complete almost all display tasks adequately, and is absolutely perfect for showing movies or other moving pictures.
TuneUp Utilities 2011 explains exactly what actions it recommends and how to configure your system to optimal performance.
The Panasonic KX-mB2061 adds a cordless phone to the standard mix of components in a multi-function printer, although this model could use better printing.
Suite designed for government use takes the 'labor' out of 'collaboration.'
When it was working, the Clear Spot 4G+ was pretty cool, letting us connect four people with laptops at the same time from a single hot spot. However, the Clear network still seems to have a lot of holes.
The ColorQube 8870DN produces terrific text and images, and Xerox has eliminated many of the traditional flaws of solid-ink printers.
The Aegis Padlock, a 750G, solid-state hard drive with fast transfer rates, is a secure way to store data.
The Acer S243HL LCD monitor is thin and light, but that doesn't stop it from delivering heavy image quality.
The GCN Lab takes the Trimble Nomad 900XW into the field.
The lab takes a rugged interactive whiteboard system out for a field test.
The Lab reviews the MXI Stealth Zone, a secure version of Windows running from a flash drive.
The product of the month for February is Research in Motion's BlackBerry PlayBook, which might bring tablet computing into government.