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Traveling? Check out these Timbuk2 bags

on Tuesday, June 7th, 2011
Posted in: News, Travel Gear

Summer is nigh and travel season has already begun for many of us.  Whether you’ll be jet-setting to far-flung locales, concert road-tripping with your buds, or anything in between, have a look at Timbuk2‘s line of bags designed for pleasure or work travel.  Pictured left to right are the Copilot Roller (sizes S, M andRead More…


MobileEdge ScanFast Checkpoint Friendly Briefcase 2.0 Review

on Saturday, October 30th, 2010

When you are going through airport security, what’s the most important thing?  I mean, aside from making sure your socks don’t have holes in them, that is.  You want to get through it fast, right?  And it sure is a hassle having to remove your laptop from its bag and then put it back inRead More…


AirportAce HD App for iPad

on Saturday, October 9th, 2010

If you travel a lot to the same location, you probably eventually learn your way around the airport.  If you don’t travel as frequetly or you’re always going to different places, you may wish Google Maps worked within airport terminals when you find yourself arriving at gate A1 and leaving from gate Z42 – andRead More…


New Road-Warrior Gadgetry Holders from Skooba

on Friday, March 12th, 2010
Posted in: Gear, News, Travel Gear

Show of hands of road warriors among use who carry a lot of gadgetry.  That’s what I thought.  And that’s what Skooba Design thought too, so they’ve released some new gear-hauling goodies.  The Cable Stable DLX is like a mini-suitcase that can hold multiple gadgets (even a netbook) and accessories in near-limitless combinations. The SkoobaWrapRead More…


Tripp-Lite Travel-sized Surge Suppressor with USB Charging Ports

on Thursday, January 21st, 2010
Posted in: News, Travel Gear

If you’d like to travel with a surge suppressor but don’t have room for one in your laptop or gear bag, the Tripp-Lite travel-sized surge suppressor may  be your answer.  The Traveler3USB has three A/C outlets, with room for one large transformer without blocking the other two outlets.   It supplies 120 V A/C, 50/60 Hz, 15ARead More…


Diamond Mini-Rockers Review

By: Adam Scinto
on Thursday, October 1st, 2009

Let me start by saying that these Diamond Mini-Rockers are probably the best sounding small speakers I’ve ever heard. I kept asking people to listen to them, to see if I was imagining it, but everyone who listened to these speakers was impressed. The Mini-Rockers are rated at 4 watts, they’re only 4×2 inches, theRead More…