Crescent Code Red Pry Bars

Posted by Christian on Apr 16, 2013

Every once in a while, a "Why didn't I think of that?" product comes along. The new line of Crescent Code Redâ„¢ indexing and adjustable pry bars are a great example. Historically, while pry bars come in many lengths, they came in one basic shape.[More]

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Pro Signal TV Stands

Posted by Christian on Apr 11, 2013

Some OE manufacturers charge a premium for their TV stands. Sharp replacement stands cost as much as $200! Enter Pro Signal universal TV stands. For less than a quarter of the price of Sharp's OE stand, Pro Signal offers a fully adjustable metal stand with a tempered glass base in two sizes to fit TVs from 17" to 60".

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Raspberry Pi Model A

Posted by Christian on Apr 9, 2013

The Raspberry Pi Model A is the $25 computer the Raspberry Pi Foundation promised. It is the low-cost, low power little brother of the Model B boasting the same processor and high resolution HDMI output. The Model in contrast to the Model B uses only 1-2 watts of power compared to the 3-5 watts of the Model B. This makes it great for use in mobile applications where power is very limited. A perfect application for this would be a wireless media center streaming media over the network.

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MAKE: Rasberry Pi Design Contest

Posted by Christian on Mar 15, 2013

MAKE's Raspberry Pi Design Contest is a celebration of the innovation inspired by this affordable single-board computer that's taking the maker world by storm. Each entry should use the Raspberry Pi as an intrinsic part of the project, but may include other circuitry, software, mechanical, or sculptural parts as needed.

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Happy Birthday, Raspberry Pi

Posted by Christian on Feb 21, 2013

It was one year ago today that the tech world was turned upside down by a credit card-sized computer capable of playing HD video known as the Raspberry Pi

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HDTV Without Breaking the Bank

Posted by Christian on Feb 20, 2013

As cable prices climb, many look for lower cost alternatives. Devices such as Roku, Slingbox and other dedicated media PCs, can be used or coupled with services like Netflix, Hulu and YouTube. All of these are great options, but still come with a recurring or one-time non-trivial cost. MCM has a solution. [More]

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