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Tag: Portable

HandyNES: the Portable NES with the Not So Portable Gun

HandyNES: the Portable NES with the Not So Portable Gun
Behold the latest NES mod, a portable NES from “LovableChevy”, the creator of such mods as the HandyDuo, Handy Gear, and Nintenduo. This one is called the HandyNES.…
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PlayMore Handheld: Another Portable Emulates Retro Consoles

PlayMore Handheld: Another Portable Emulates Retro Consoles
There have been numerous handhelds out there which can play games from the old 8-bit and 16-bit era consoles. Personally, I have the Dingoo A-320, which handles the job nicely. But there’s a new player in…
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Air Clicker: Pretend You Have a Camera to Take Real Pictures

Air Clicker: Pretend You Have a Camera to Take Real Pictures
The ubiquity of touchscreen-equipped devices have popularized the use of intuitive and simple gestures to command gadgets. But gestures shouldn’t be the only thing to consider when making a device, or we might end up with…
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FXI Cotton Candy Prototype: Super Hyper Mega Ultra Portable Computing

FXI Cotton Candy Prototype: Super Hyper Mega Ultra Portable Computing
Most of today’s portable consumer computers are nothing but screen – tablets, smartphones, media players, etc. We also have monitors and HDTVs that have their own USB or HDMI ports. A Norweigan company called FXI Technologies…
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Yamaha PDX-11 Portable Speaker Dock: What Does an Octagon Sound Like?

Yamaha PDX-11 Portable Speaker Dock: What Does an Octagon Sound Like?
This easy to carry speaker system looks like a nice option when you want to share your tunes with your friends. The Yamaha PDX-11 Portable Speaker system looks good, and should pack a punch.…
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Toilet Buddy Covers Your Ass (Sounds)

Toilet Buddy Covers Your Ass (Sounds)
We shared with you a portable version of the Otohime aka flushing noise generator found in female public restrooms in Japan. Here’s a custom version of that gadget that not only masks your number two tunes…
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FireFormula Extinguisher Makes Fighting Different Types of Fire Easier

FireFormula Extinguisher Makes Fighting Different Types of Fire Easier
I went through over five years of laboratory classes in college, and before the start of each course, we’d be given a comprehensive lecture on proper lab behavior, safety rules, and what to do in case…
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Kensington AbsolutePower Charges Absolutely

Kensington AbsolutePower Charges Absolutely
Another week, another charger. But while most of the portable electron tanks we’ve featured are only for smartphones or tablets, the AbsolutePower from Kensington packs 100W, enough to charge a laptop.…
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Geneva Lab Sound System XS: Retro Clamshell Alarm Clock Speaker

Geneva Lab Sound System XS: Retro Clamshell Alarm Clock Speaker
Geneva Lab has just revealed their new Sound System XS, a portable/travel-sized speaker that looks like a retro clamshell alarm clock. This little guy is Bluetooth-compatible, so you’ll be able to send your tunes to it…
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c64x Extreme: Commodore 64 Gets Upgraded Specs, Still Won’t Play Crysis

c64x Extreme: Commodore 64 Gets Upgraded Specs, Still Won’t Play Crysis
Last year, a man named Barry Altman founded Commodore USA, LLC and acquired the rights to the Commodore computer brand. His company has since relaunched the brand along with the Commodore 64, the legendary all-in-one computer…
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Wiretap Splitter Multiplies Usefulness of Headphone Jacks

Wiretap Splitter Multiplies Usefulness of Headphone Jacks
I was checking out the 2012 Time Traveler’s Calendar at Kickstarter when I stumbled upon – kickstarted upon? – this clever gadget by ESDevices. It’s called the Wiretap, and it’s a more versatile audio splitter because…
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TouchFire iPad Keyboard: Hot Concept

TouchFire iPad Keyboard: Hot Concept
Touchscreen keyboards in tablet are only barely usable, which is why along with cases and stands, external keyboards are one of the most popular accessories for the iPad. Most of these third-party keyboards require power, are…
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Monolith iPhone 4 Projector Case: Super-Size Your iPhone Screen

Monolith iPhone 4 Projector Case: Super-Size Your iPhone Screen
It’s not as high tech as the OmniTouch or the Sixthsense, but the Monolith case for the iPhone 4 is still innovative. Not only does it protect your phone, it also acts as an external battery…
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OmniTouch Kinect-based Wearable Projector: You Are the Touchscreen

OmniTouch Kinect-based Wearable Projector: You Are the Touchscreen
Great minds do think alike. I’m sure some of you still remember the Sixthsense wearable computer by Patti Maes and Pranav Mistry. Here’s an very similar concept device that uses different hardware to arrive at the…
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The Baggy Winecoat is a Pleather Purse to Carry All Your Booze

The Baggy Winecoat is a Pleather Purse to Carry All Your Booze
Some bags allow you to strum a few tunes, while others let you strap on your gadgets so you can charge them up as you go. And then there are bags that let you indulge in…
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PS Vita Games Priced for Japanese Launch, Not Cheap

PS Vita Games Priced for Japanese Launch, Not Cheap
Sony Japan has announced software prices for their PlayStation Vita games. Japan will be getting the handheld on December 17 and that’s when Uncharted: Golden Abyss will cost you 5,980 Yen (~$77 USD), and games like…
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