#537 Engadget Live, Dual Band Routers, HooToo TripMate TM05, HSXkpasswd Via the Terminal

Engadget Live video interviews: Engadget Live – Setrakian’s Art of Robotics, Engadget Live – Eclipse VR Game, Engadget Live – Ario Healthy Lamp, and Engadget Live – Lenovo. 2.4 & 5GHz Dual-Band Routers – Should You Give the Bands the Same Name? Why I Will Always Buy from OWC. Router, Access Point, Firewall, Media Server, Battery – All in One with HooToo Tripmate Titan TM05 for $60 at Amazon. In Chit Chat Across the Pond Bart goes through a GIGANTIC amount of Security Lite, and then teases us with some easy ways of running his awesome password creation tool HSXkpasswd from the terminal.


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Router, Access Point, Firewall, Media Server & Battery – HooToo Tripmate Titan TM05

hootoo_tm05George from Tulsa has been on a tear in the NosillaCast G+ community lately posting all kinds of cool deals on tech gadgets. A while ago he posted about a cool looking product called the HooToo Tripmate Elite HT-TM04, and I ran out and bought it immediately. Before I get into details here, HooToo has created many products, some of which include portable router capability.

Remember my discussion about how I have my networks combined and because of that I keep having trouble setting up networking devices that require 2.4GHz? Well I worked for WEEKS on the HooToo Tripmate Elite with Amy from HooToo to try and figure out why I couldn’t connect to the Internet with it. She even went so far as to send me a review unit of the TripMate TM05 in case something was wrong with the TM-04. Of course nothing at all was wrong with the device, it was the 2.4GHz network problem I discussed earlier.
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Engadget Live – Lenovo

Allison interviews Sam Vang from Lenovo about two of their latest tablets. Sam demos the 8″ Yoga Tablet 2 with Windows and the 13.3″ Yoga Tablet 2 Pro running Android. The Tablet 2 uses “AnyPen” technology that supports the use of any metallic object as a stylus, including a graphite pencil or even a fork. The Tablet 2 Pro has a projector built into the base of the tablet that can project up to a 50″ 16×9 image. The setting is the Engadget Live event in downtown Los Angeles. Learn more at lenovo.com.

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Engadget Live – Eclipse VR Game

Allison interviews the founder of White Elk Studios, Jonathan Hawkins, about his new VR game Eclipse. Jonathan designed Eclipse and configured the PC and Mac hardware used to run the game. Eclipse presents a very immersive VR experience that is fluid and easy to follow. The setting is the Engadget Live event in downtown Los Angeles. Learn more at whiteelkstudios.com.

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