Slim enough to slip into a backpack, bag, or briefcase; tough enough to protect your iPad from whatever it may find in there. Slip your iPad into Elan Sleeve then flip the tab closure down to secure it. Gently pull the tab to slide your iPad out quickly and safely. Stain-resistant synthetic outer shell with [...]
3D laptop? Yeah! Toshiba will be the maker of one of the first laptops with this great technology that intensifies the user experience when playing videogames or when using multimedia applications. Once again, the company is breaking the mold of the tradition in the computers industry by introducing its first 3D laptop: Satellite A665 (3D [...]
Many times when you go out grocery shopping, you either forget your list or your shopping bag at home. So how about a bag that has a shopping list attached to it? This bag’s pouch (which is attached to it) actually doubles as a reusable shopping list. Write down your groceries on it, and when [...]
Pimco?s Crescenzi Sees ?Endpoint? in Devaluations (Update2)Nations have reached a ?Keynesian endpoint? as exhausted balance sheets leave policy makers with few options to bolster economic growth, according to Anthony Crescenzi, an investor at Pacific Investment Management Co., the world?s largest bond-fund manager.Read more on BusinessWeek
This ceramic headphones piggy bank from Imm Living looks pretty realistic no one would guess it’s a piggy bank. I’m not even sure people use piggy banks anymore, but I’d use it as a decorative item.. It would look great placed on a side table or a shelf. Buy it here ($35) [...]
Pantech's latest Ease smartphone was just announced from AT&T, where this quick messaging handset is the first form AT&T that comes complete with menus and features designed for users who want simplicity in their wireless device. Coupled with a large and comfortable touchscreen display, the Pantech Ease sports a bright 3.2” full touchscreen display, a full keyboard and intuitive menus without breaking the bank, and you can switch between Easy and Advanced modes depending on the type of quick messaging user experience you want. It will hit the market on the same day as the HTC Aria, which is June 20 for $69.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and agreeing to a 2-year service plan alongside a minimum $20 messaging or combination of messaging and data plans. Tweens as well as teens who need their social networking fix will find this to be a suitable smartphone that is easy on the pocket as well. [Press Release]
AT&T has finally made the HTC Aria official (check out a sneak video on it over the weekend), adding another member to the Android smartphone portfolio under AT&T's umbrella. It will be exclusive from the carrier from June 20 onwards, where you will get the Android 2.1 operating system skinned with the HTC Sense user interface running on this mid-range Android device, complete with a 5-megapixel camera, 3G connectivity, and a bright 3.2" HVGA display. Measuring no longer than 4" in length, this is an extremely portable smartphone to tote around, retailing for $129.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate and agreeing to a 2-year agreement and smartphone data plan. [Press Release]
Packard Bell has a spanking new netbook in the form of the Dot S4, where this 10.1" device comes complete with the usual suspects where specifications are concerned - we're talking about a 1,024 x 600 resolution display, an Intel Atom N450 1.66GHz processor, a choice between a 160GB or 250GB hard drive and the ability to hold up to 2GB RAM in order to make sure most programs run as smoothly as possible. The keyboard takes on a chiclet design that is the in thing for quite some time already, while a touchpad that supports gestures is thrown into the mix as well. You will be able to choose from a trio of bi-color options, not to mention a 3-cell and 6-cell (4900mAh) battery. Glad to see Packard Bell throw in Wi-Fi (b/g/n) connectivity to keep up with the times, with three USB 2.0 ports and Windows 7 Starter rounding off the list of features. We do wonder whether Acer and Gateway will be rolling out similarly specced netbooks under their respective brand names since Acer owns Packard Bell and Gateway, and it isn't as if Acer did not pull the same trick in the past before.
Father's Day is getting closer and closer. Its crunch time if you want to order something online and it make it to dad in time. If your dad is like most he as many gadgets that can loose there charge at anytime. Well now with the gadget charger for the car...