Google Glass Revealed To The World

Category: Other Gadgets - Date: March 1, 2013 - Discussion: No comments


Google has become synonymous with innovation lately with projects that go further than what we would expect from a search engine. First they came up with their own phone, then the self driving car, and last year they amazed many when they talked about Project Glass, a new gadget that would bring the web to your eyes, wherever you went.

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Sonos Play:5 Sound System

Category: Other Gadgets - Date: February 1, 2013 - Discussion: No comments


Sound systems: You can get the latest technology and the most wowing quality for the price of a car, or you can settle for a semi-decent low-tech model. There’s never been an in-between Рuntil now. The Sonos Play:5 offers the incredible sound and wireless technology of Sonos at the relatively low barrier to entry of $400.

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Wireless Solar Powered Keyboard

Category: Other Gadgets - Date: September 29, 2011 - Discussion: No comments

The desktop computer user, or someone with a TV/PC monitor setup, are only as mobile as their peripherals allow. Wireless technology comes in handy for those who want to be able to access their email and what-not from the couch as well as the desk. The latest innovation in wireless keyboards comes from Logitech in the form of their $67.00 K750 Solar Power model. While initially suspicious of the role and reliability of solar powered peripherals in indoor computer use, it was soon discovered that the K750 is not only reliable, it’s durable and comfortable too.

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Jawbone Era Bluetooth Headset

Category: Other Gadgets - Date: August 24, 2011 - Discussion: No comments

Here’s the rundown on the highly popular, stylish and pricey ($129.99) Jawbone ERA bluetooth headset made by Aliph. Let’s get right to the specs on this stunning bluetooth headset.

Ultimately you want your headset to allow you to hear in any circumstance. So the Jawbone Era comes equipped with Noise Assassin 3.0 which is their military grade noise and wind canceling technology that was originally developed for use by helicopter pilots and tank commanders. This technology eliminates background noise and auto adjusts the call volume based on your current surrounding environment. But it’s not just that you can hear, it’s how good you hear it. The Jawbone Era has a powerful 10mm wideband speaker with HD quality sound.

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Joby Gorillapod SLR GP2

Category: Other Gadgets - Date: August 5, 2011 - Discussion: No comments

I bought the Joby Gorillapod SLR GP2 for using in my photography. I had done some research on the product before I bought it and found that people were concerned about the strength of the tripod.

The Gorillapod SLR is designed for use with lightweight SLR cameras and camcorders weighing up to 800g. This is where the reviews were failing; the cameras that they mentioned were all heavy SLR cameras certainly heavier than 800g.

The tripod comes complete with flexible joints that bend and rotate though 360 degrees which help you to form the perfect shape on any ground. The Gorillapod SLR has sturdy legs and an integrated bubble level, having the bubble level helps to get a steady shot in any environment. There is nothing worse than getting a good shot and then having to digitally edit it to be straight.

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Retro Flip Down Desk Clock

Category: Other Gadgets - Date: July 24, 2011 - Discussion: No comments

I wanted to share this retro looking clock with you today. I figure this type of item can make the perfect gift for the person who has everything, because they probably don’t have something like this.

It’s a stylish faux retro clock that would look good sitting on anyone’s desk. This auto flip clock is gear operated with flip down minute and hour display. It flips every 60 seconds. The base, spine and frame are made of metal while the flip down number swatches are made from durable acrylic. You’ll need one D battery to keep it running.

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Transcend JetFlash Biometric Flash Drive

Category: Other Gadgets - Date: January 28, 2011 - Discussion: 1 comment

Way back in the late 90′s when I would want to keep prying eyes away from my files I used to hide them in folders within folders within folders. Only I would know which folders to open to eventually get to my “hidden files”. Of course this type of security is really old fashioned and is not secure at all.

When Windows began letting you create users and password protect your computer I then did that, but soon realized there was a way around that too. Also I didn’t want to lock my whole computer out, just a few folders.

Then later I downloaded software to password protect my files. This method has worked fine for me. The only drawback was that you’d have to load the program first and then the password to get access to the files. If you have a good password it’s pretty good security. However what if someone has installed a keylogger on your system that tracks all of your keystrokes?

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