Monthly Archives: November 2010

iPhone Printer

iPhone 4 Printer: Bolle BP-10

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AirPrint officially arrived today for all the iOS devices, so it’s some what ironic that the Bolle BP-10 Photo Printer, replete with iPhone 4 dock, should emerge today.  Just dock your iPhone, install the compatible app and you’ll be able to print 4×6″ photos directly from your iPhone.  Like all,...

WiFi Signal Booster

Spherical WiFi Signal Booster

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Call us skeptical, but something tells us that this aftermarket antenna for your wireless router won’t make that much of a difference.  It costs $60, so if you’ve got a b/g wireless router, we suggest you upgrade to 802.11n, which inherently has a greater range than the previous 802.11 iterations.  If that...

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First Look: Samsung Focus

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Checkout our Samsung Focus review. Windows Phone 7 is here, and possibly to stay. I got to play around with the Samsung Focus, one of the first WP7 phones recently released, and I have to say I’m surprisingly impressed. Click below to read my first impressions....

iHome iA100

iHome iA100 iPod, iPhone And iPad Audio System Review

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[Rating: 3/5] Pros: Works with the iPad iHome+Sleep app provides enhanced features Quick and easy setup Cons: Docked iPhone interferes with radio reception Just so-so sound quality for $200 Plagued with a few bugs UPDATED.  iHome bills their iA100 as their flagship bedside solution, and given the feature set I’d...

Luna Tik nano Watch

TikTok and LunaTik iPod Nano Watches Done Right

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The TikTok and LunaTik are the iPod nano watch as it should have been from the beginning. Designed with care by ambitious founder of the Chicago-based design studio MINIMAL, Scott Wilson. Once upon a time Wilson was the creative director of watch design for Nike, and now he needs to...

dodokindle

The DODOcase Now Available For The Kindle (video)

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The makers of the somewhat eccentric but inarguably gorgeous DODOcase for the iPad have just launched a similar case for the Kindle 3. DODOcases are produced in the US, out of leather and handmade by artisans working in San Francisco. The trick here is to make the case look like...