If you love your gadgets, but hate the cable clutter that goes along with them, the IDAPT charging system looks like an interesting solution to that problem. It’s a table top dock that is available in two configurations. One can charge two devices at once and the other can charge three. The dock can be […]
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Feeling nostalgic for the 80’s? Remember when everyone had a Sony Walkman and used headphones instead of earbuds? The Tanto headset from Urbanears is a retro styled headset that has been modernized with a selection of colors (12 of them!) and a built-in remote / microphone so that it can be used to talk handsfree
Shinnorie makes gear bags and cases that you can customize to make them your own. They offer laptop bags, travel bags, and cases for small electronics in leather or nylon, all customizable to some degree. Sometimes you can only choose the color, but sometimes you get to select size of the case and the colors for
If, in your locale, Old Man Winter overstays his welcome by a few months and Jack Frost kidney punches you when you leave the house every morning, you know well the joys and difficulties of a Hoth-like climate. For those of us blessed with such conditions, occasionally those difficulties creep into our gadgeting as well.
Levenger has a new line of gear bag/laptop bag organizers. The organizers are all made of nylon with blue zippers. Shown is the Organizer bag. The Organizer bag has a center compartment to hold a netbook, files, or books. There is a variety of nylon or mesh pockets on the outside to hold electronics, cables,
It might look like something that Dr. Seuss might eat for breakfast, but this Green egg looking USB device is a button. The USB Green Button from Solutions has been designed to put your Windows or Mac computer into low power mode when pressed. This is one of those devices that no one really needs
Thomas Pink, a British clothier, has entered the tech clothing field with the Commuter tie. The ties are 100% woven silk in a variety of solid colors for $105. The back of the tie has a small pocket and a fabric loop designed to hold an iPod nano. An extra loop keeps your earbud wires
Over the years, The Gadgeteer has reviewed a couple of Kill-A-Watt products – most recently, the Kill-A-Watt EZ by Julie. Now P3 International is offering the Kill-A-Watt PS, a powerstrip that protects your equipment while monitoring their energy usage. Instead of monitoring a single device, the powerstrip collects data from all devices plugged in to the six regular
It seems like most everyone, even young children, have portable mp3 players of some sort. The big concern with the in-ear buds that come with most of these players is hearing damage. Ultimate Ears is making a line of earbuds for children that can help prevent hearing damage. The LoudEnough earbuds uses an “energy dissipating
The Pet ‘n’ People water dispenser is a cost-effective way to have safe, clean drinking water without filling up the landfill with plastic bottles. It dispenses cool, hot, or room temperature water, and it can use 3 or 5 gallon bottles – just what you’d expect from a water dispenser. What you don’t expect is
Originally one of ThinkGeek‘s annual April Fool’s product pranks, this “sleeping gag” was turned into a real product and is fully LucasFilm-licensed. You’ll sleep safe and snug like an injured and delirious Jedi Knight while stuffed into this simulated carcass. Featuring a built-in embroidered tauntaun head pillow, protruding leg, arm and tail, plush lightsaber zipper
Did Santa bring you a shiny new Kindle 2 or DX ebook reader for Christmas? Did he forget to include a case to protect it? Never fear, the kind folks at OCTOVO (formerly known as OCTO) have generously offered 4 Gadgeteer readers their choice of any Kindle 2 or DX product on their site. It’s
Most of the US is COLD now, even in the south. It’s too cold to go outside without a coat, hat, and gloves. But people with iPhones and other devices with capacitive screens have to decide between frostbite and using their devices. Dot Gloves are designed to let you use your device and keep your
The Ritmo Advanced Pregnancy Sound System connects to most audio devices such as iPods, MP3 players, iPhones and Blackberries with a universal stereo plug. The expectant mother wears a fashionable (have you ever wondered who decides what is and is not fashionable?), lightweight belt around her pregnant belly. The belt has four speakers and a
Another CES unveiling: Kodak will have a new entry to their consumer-grade digital camera line–Slice, available in April 2010. The 14MP camera will feature a widescreen 3.5″ color touch screen and built-in facial recognition software in order to instantly tag and search for your friends from your customized database. Up to 20 unique faces can