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Tag: Portable

Xowi Voice Badge: Siri Ex Machina

Xowi Voice Badge: Siri Ex Machina
These days, when someone says “wearable gadget” they’re most likely talking about something worn on the wrist or on the eyes. But if you don’t see a need for a tiny display, the Xowi voice badge might be the wearable gadget for you.

Aluminum N64 Portable: Metaltendo

Aluminum N64 Portable: Metaltendo
Over the years, I’ve seen some pretty impressive custom-built handhelds, and here’s another that’s definitely worth checking out. This Nintendo 64 portable system features a beautiful aluminum case, and even aluminum buttons.
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NTT Docomo Wearable Interactive Projector Concepts: Seeing is Computing

NTT Docomo Wearable Interactive Projector Concepts: Seeing is Computing
Over the years we’ve seen a variety of concepts for portable augmented reality devices, but it seems as if Google Glass opened the floodgates for AR devices that are worn like eyeglasses. Case in point, the Japanese telecommunications company NTT Docomo, which recently showed off not one but four ideas for glasses with an AR interface.

GoalZero RockOut2 Speaker Review: Rock out with Your Phone out!

GoalZero RockOut2 Speaker Review: Rock out with Your Phone out!
While there are tons of Bluetooth speakers for your smartphone, there are two big disadvantages to this kind of technology: 1) sometimes the audio cuts out, especially if you walk too far away from the speaker with your phone in your pocket, and 2) Bluetooth burns extra battery on both your phone and the speaker.

One Shot Instantly Transforms into a Bike

One Shot Instantly Transforms into a Bike
One Shot is a portable bike that unfolds in mere seconds. It may not look like a typical bike, but it rides like one. And that’s all that matters right? It was designed to be used on rail transit.

Oscilloscope Watch Outgeeks Calculator Watches

Oscilloscope Watch Outgeeks Calculator Watches
If you have to ask what an oscilloscope is, Gabriel Anzziani’s invention isn’t for you. The founder of Gabotronics made waves when he created the amazingly tiny Xprotolab oscilloscope. Now he’s working on the Oscilloscope Watch, a more portable and versatile version of the Xprotolab.

LumiFold Portable 3D Printer Aims to Put 3D Printing in Your Backpack

LumiFold Portable 3D Printer Aims to Put 3D Printing in Your Backpack
Crowdfunding sites are flush with 3D printer projects these days, so it’s getting increasingly difficult to tell which printer you should buy or if you should just wait for the market to shake out in a few years.

Sony 3-in-1 Walkman: Headphoneman, MP3 Playerman & Speakerman

Sony 3-in-1 Walkman: Headphoneman, MP3 Playerman & Speakerman
Earlier this year Sony released a pair of waterproof and tiny earphones that were also mp3 players. Today they announced two more versatile headphones called the WH Series, aka the 3-in-1 Walkman. These headphones also have built-in mp3 players, but you can also plug them into other media players as normal headphones.

Nintendo 2DS Announced: It’s Just Like the 3DS, Except It’s More Confusing

Nintendo 2DS Announced: It’s Just Like the 3DS, Except It’s More Confusing
Nintendo’s announcement of the Nintendo 2DS is one of the most surprising developments in the gaming world this year. As an entry-level variant of the Nintendo 3DS, the 2DS can play all 3DS games and thousands more DS games.

NESPo: The 3D-printed NES Portable

NESPo: The 3D-printed NES Portable
We’ve seen plenty of awesome NES casemods and portables over the years, but this example is 3D-printed. It is called the NESPo and was made by modder Dave Nunez. Dave used a Nintendo-on-a-chip (NOAC), because he didn’t want to destroy an original console.

AOC USB Add-on Monitor Slims Down

AOC USB Add-on Monitor Slims Down
A couple of years back, AOC released a compact USB-powered secondary display which could be easily used to extend your computer’s desktop. The $130 display was a pretty good deal then, and now AOC has improved a few features of the original with its recently released e1659Fwu portable display.

Sigmo Language Translator: Portable Hoshi Sato

Sigmo Language Translator: Portable Hoshi Sato
One day we’ll all communicate using memes and gifs, but until that day comes we will have to deal with language barriers. We’ve already seen a couple of translator apps, but Sigmo looks like it could be the most practical and affordable alternative yet.

Tagtal tStylus Has Drag & Drop Copy & Paste: What You See is What You Copy

Tagtal tStylus Has Drag & Drop Copy & Paste: What You See is What You Copy
The ability to to make perfect copies is one of the most convenient advantages of working with digital content. That’s why software developers make it easy to copy and paste content between applications. But what about copying and pasting to and from different computers?

SOL Laptop Runs on Solar Power & Ubuntu: Double Open Source

SOL Laptop Runs on Solar Power & Ubuntu: Double Open Source
Canadian telecommunications company WeWi will soon be launching a solar-powered notebook called the SOL Laptop. While it’s not the first of its kind, it has at least one impressive feature that makes it one to watch: WeWi claims that the built-in solar panels can charge the laptop in just 2 hours.

Atari 2600 + Wall-E = Atar-E

Atari 2600 + Wall-E = Atar-E
Technabob contributing author Conner Flynn has a hidden talent – and I’m not talking about walking and chewing gum at the same time. The man knows his way around an Atari 2600 like it’s nobody’s business.

OpenGlass Uses Google Glass to Help the Blind “See”

OpenGlass Uses Google Glass to Help the Blind “See”
We’ve yet to see how helpful – or harmful – Google Glass can be to people with sight, but you might be surprised to know that it can be used to help blind people too. A two-man company called Dapper Vision is working on OpenGlass, a system of tools and services that can help identify objects as well as provide additional information via Google Glass.
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