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Tag: Portable

Jabra Solemate: This Bluetooth Speaker Won’t Tread on You

Jabra Solemate: This Bluetooth Speaker Won’t Tread on You
If hadn’t received a Bluetooth speaker as a gift, I probably would have never discovered their convenience. There are more and more Bluetooth mobile speakers available these days, and they are costing less and less, making them a suitable purchase or gift for anyone with a smartphone.

Revolve Bluetooth Jump Rope: Float Like a Butterfly, Exercise Like a Geek

Revolve Bluetooth Jump Rope: Float Like a Butterfly, Exercise Like a Geek
Here’s an alternate take on activity trackers, courtesy of the Quirky hive mind. Instead of coming up with a device that can track multiple activities, the Revolve is a one-trick pony. It’s a smart jump rope that can track your progress and vital stats as you jump on said rope.
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JXD S5110 Handheld Game Console: The Unholy Marriage of a PSP and Android

JXD S5110 Handheld Game Console: The Unholy Marriage of a PSP and Android
While I’m personally holding out for the Archos GamePad, if you absolutely must have an Android 4 gaming device before the holidays, you might want to check 0ut this oddity. The Chinese made JXD 5110 bears more than a passing resemblance to the Sony PSP, but it’s all Android, all the time.

Doxie Go Scanner: For Those Still Dealing with Mounds of Paper

Doxie Go Scanner: For Those Still Dealing with Mounds of Paper
Even though there are apps for using smartphones as portable scanners, they don’t always get all of the details, and it’s tough to get a steady image. That’s one of the reasons why Doxie’s portable scanners are useful for people trying to rid themselves of paper in their offices.

Archos GamePad Android Gaming Tablet Launches in Europe

Archos GamePad Android Gaming Tablet Launches in Europe
Last summer we talked briefly about an interesting Archos Android-powered tablet called the GamePad. The device is a seven-inch tablet that has gaming controls on each side allowing you to get your Android gaming fix on the go with physical controls.

Clip Mouse Concept: Now Why Didn’t I Think of This?

Clip Mouse Concept: Now Why Didn’t I Think of This?
If you’re like me, you loathe the idea of using a trackpad on your laptop. I grew up using mice, and I’m about 1000 times more efficient using a mouse than a trackpad. So whenever I hit the road, I carry a mouse everywhere I go.

Atari Giving Away Xbox 360 Portable That Looks Like an Atari 2600

Atari Giving Away Xbox 360 Portable That Looks Like an Atari 2600
How’d you like a sweet Xbox 360 portable? How about if we sweetened the pot even more by making it look like an old Atari 2600? Well if you enter this contest over on Facebook now, you could be the proud owner of such an awesome franken-console.

Kangaroo Bottle Has a Plastic Pouch for All Your Essential Stuff

Kangaroo Bottle Has a Plastic Pouch for All Your Essential Stuff
Getting enough hydration while you’re in the middle of some strenuous workout or physical activity is important. However, a lot of people I know find having to carry a water bottle a hassle, since they also have to bring their keys, cash, cards, and other essentials with them.

ORA Speaker Wraps Around Your iPad to Give You Surround Sound – Literally

ORA Speaker Wraps Around Your iPad to Give You Surround Sound – Literally
Thanks to it’s less-than-stellar internal speaker, there are a lot of iPad speakers to choose from in the market. Personally, I’ve got my sights set on the ORA. It’s the first of its kind that I’ve seen, and so far, I like what I see.

Handy Dandy Mouse-Keyboard Combo Fits into Your Pocket

Handy Dandy Mouse-Keyboard Combo Fits into Your Pocket
Most of the portable keyboards I’ve seen are too bulky for my taste. Either they’re bigger than the actual device that you want to use it with or they’re twice as thick. If you’re on the hunt for a portable yet completely functional keyboard for your mobile, then look no further.

Misfit Shine Activity Tracker: Beautiful Design, Weird Name

Misfit Shine Activity Tracker: Beautiful Design, Weird Name
Activity tracking devices are nothing new, but the current offerings have a sporty look, which is expected but may not suit all tastes. If you’re looking for something a bit less conspicuous, check out the Misfit Shine, a new brand of booze security camera night vision goggles wireless activity tracker with a minimalist design.

Projecteo Instagram Projector: Because Retro Filters Aren’t Hip Enough

Projecteo Instagram Projector: Because Retro Filters Aren’t Hip Enough
You’ve shared your Instagram pictures on Twitter and Facebook. You’ve sent them as actual pictures, stickers and magnets. But that’s not enough. You’re a sharing monster that can’t be stopped. Because I love monsters, here’s something to feed your desire, a tiny projector that uses 35mm film to display and embiggen your pictures.

VMUltra Drive Adds DVD Burner, Hard Drive, USB Ports and SD Reader: The Ultrabook Sidekick

VMUltra Drive Adds DVD Burner, Hard Drive, USB Ports and SD Reader: The Ultrabook Sidekick
Having a slim and lightweight laptop is great for your back, but the hardware that it’s missing could be bad for your productivity. If you’re missing some of the bells and whistles of your desktop computer, PC and tablet maker Velocity Micro has got your back with the VMUltra Drive.

Elecom Portable Smartphone Keyboard: Smart, But Expensive

Elecom Portable Smartphone Keyboard: Smart, But Expensive
I kind of understand the need for a keyboard with today’s smartphones, but to be honest, you can type pretty quickly with your fingers on your touchscreen, once you get used to it. If you can’t and absolutely need a keyboard to get things done with your phone, then check out Elecom’s collapsible Bluetooth keyboard.

Dock Card: The Flat-Pack iPhone Dock

Dock Card: The Flat-Pack iPhone Dock
I’ve seen what seems like a million-and-one iPhone docks over the years – some good, some bad, and some just plain weird, but most of them have one thing in common – they aren’t particularly portable.

Motorola HC1 Headset Computer: for the Universal Worker

Motorola HC1 Headset Computer: for the Universal Worker
We see interesting consumer electronics all the time, but we rarely get to see weird gadgets that people use for work – stuff like the HC1, a wearable computer by Motorola that looks as silly now as it did in 1992.
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