Daily Archives: June 29, 2010

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Saddleback Leather Co. Medium Satchel Review


Saddleback Leather Company’s Medium sized Satchel is a nice choice for a durable bag that’s just big enough for carrying around the essentials of day to day iPad use. I’m a gadget geek. Which, by default, makes me a bag geek. After all, what kind of masochistic gadget fiend would...


Cisco’s Cius Tablet Is For Business Professionals


Well, here’s an interesting strategy — Cisco’s coming out with a seven-inch Android tablet, but they’re not trying to compete with the iPad with it. No, the Cius is business-oriented, and its biggest draw is 30fps, 720p video conferencing with a front facing camera in addition to a back facing...


The Redesigned Optimus Popularis Keyboard Is Unveiled


The Optimus Popularis keyboard is definitely the cream of the crop of keyboards — in fact, calling it a keyboard sorta cheapens the thing. It’s a super keyboard in every sense of the word. Its packing a dedicated display bar that updates with real time widget information like e-mails, stocks, and...

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Konnet PowerEZ Plus: iPhone Battery With Kick Stand


We’ve seen more than our fair share of iPhone batteries.  KONNET’s PowerEZ Plus not only includes 1000mAh of juice, but has a built-in kickstand for movie watching.  A bit novel, but we’re digging it and at just $30 it seems reasonably affordable compared to the rest of the batteries out...

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Yet Another Verizon iPhone Rumor Is Making The Rounds (update)


UPDATED. Bloomberg is reporting today that yes, really, definitely, there will be a Verizon iPhone coming in January of next year. Says who? “Two people familiar with the plans.” A reliable source, for sure. There were the rumors of a CMDA iPhone starting production in September, which gives Apple months to...


Finally, TRON Lightcycles Actually Exist


In slightly unbelievable news, it looks like street-legal replicas of the TRON Lightcycles are going to produced in a very limited run — by that, I mean five only, with a different color accent for each (red, blue, yellow, green, and orange) —  by the Parker Brothers team (board games, heh)....