electronics

Don't Forget This Saturday's E-Recycling Event

This is the week.  Gather up your old electronics and bring them to the Keep Katy Beautiful Electronic Recycling Drive.  Stop by Harvest Plaza (5701 3rd St) in downtown Katy this Saturday, 1/28, from 9am to 12pm.  Keep Katy Beautiful and CompuCycle are offering the e-cycling event for items such as computers, printers, cables, batteries, cell phones, TVs, and more.  (Items not accepted: vacuum cleaners, refrigerators, washing machines, weedeaters, and televisions over 27".)  For more information, call 713-869-6700 or visit CompuCycle online

Old Electronics Recycling in Katy

Courtesy of clker.comDid you get a new gadget for Christmas and have an old one sitting around now?  If you're not interested in donating it, how about recycling it at the Keep Katy Beautiful Electronic Recycling Drive.  Stop by Harvest Plaza (5701 3rd St) in downtown Katy on Saturday, 1/28, from 9am to 12pm.  Keep Katy Beautiful and CompuCycle are offering the e-cycling event for items such as computers, printers, cables, batteries, cell phones, TVs, and more.  (Items not accepted: vacuum cle

LED Vs. LCD Televisions

tv view clip artI recently started looking for a small flat-screen television to put in our upstairs game room.  I expected to be looking through the traditional LCD and Plasma options when I noticed a third option, LED.  What?  Let me state for the record that I've only bought two TV's in the last two years, and those were purchased after I had two previous TV's for approximately 12 years each.  I still have a humongous 36in. tube television upstairs.  It still works, but it takes up so much physical space I'm considering replacing it.  While I consider myself somewhat of a techie, it doesn't always extend to television technology.  

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