Doro PhoneEasy 500 series
Doro has updated its line of simple-to-use mobile phones with a new design to suit your needs. The PhoneEasy 500 series includes everything from the entry-level value option 505 to the 515, which includes a dedicated camera button so you can share your photos easily. The phones have high-contrast displays, louder and clearer ringtones and long battery life – up to three weeks in standby. The buttons are easy to use, with larger, clearly separated keys. And, like previous Doro phones, they are compatible with hearing aids.
It’s likely that you won’t always be using the same computer to access the internet. But wouldn’t it be nice if you could take your browser settings, passwords and preferences with you? And, more importantly, take your history with you when you leave?
That’s what Surfeasy is offering to users. The plug-in device includes a proprietary browser that is encrypted so you can store your passwords, bookmarks and history safely regardless of what computer you are using. And when you’re done, simply unplug and walk away. It keeps your IP private, too.
Logitech Solar keyboard K750
Batteries are so last decade. Logitech’s solar keyboard allows you to work hassle-free, as long
as you have access to some sunlight every now and again. It’s thin, it’s comfortable to use and you can set the whole thing up with your Mac or PC in a matter of seconds. And it’s not as if you occasionally have to leave it out in the garden; the keyboard will charge indoors. If you want to store it for a while, the K750 will stay charged for at least three months in total darkness. What more could you ask?