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LG 29UM67 Ultra Widescreen Monitor Review

So first of all as we can see the monitor comes in this nicely printed box, will present well in retail stores. The packaging inside is fairly basic with styrofoam packaging, so if ordering online make sure to check for any damage once the parcel arrives. Out of the box some assembly is required. The stand is non adjustable, fixed at one height and does not tilt. It's all finished in piano black. Now there is something that needs mentioning. LG has been providing some images for retailers to use for advertisement. You see the stand has a transparent section. Which makes the monitor look more attractive. Leaves a fine print that actual product may vary. Shame Shame.
Physical properties, there is a HDMI input, a DVI input then display port and another HDMI port. Followed by Audio IO and power in. There is also a Kensington port for security.
At the bottom of the monitor there is a 4 direction button. This is the best invention since sliced bread. Its like a marriage between Ergonomy a…

Logitech MX Master and MX Anywhere: Review

These two mice are some of the flagship mice by Logitech. And logitech appears to be aiming at a new design language as far as aesthetics are concerned in order to move the company image forward.
Unboxing the two we have very similar inclusions. A manual, a USB to micro USB cable for charging, the one included with the MX Master is longer for some reason and a unifying receiver. Let's look at the physical attributes of the two starting with the Anywhere2. At the top we have the usual left and right click buttons, and a scroller which we will talk about soon and a middle button behind it. On the side we have this geometric pattern that gives the mouse a unique look. There are two arrow buttons as well on the side. At the bottom we have a on and off switch a connect button the sensors and a device selector, more about that in a moment. With the MX Master the top buttons are very similar to that of Anywhere2, the scroller looks similar but has some difference. On the side the geometric …