Posts Tagged: "Portable"

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HP Split X 2 Review

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on’t be fooled — people aren’t moving away from notebooks in favor of tablets, but they ARE expecting the power of a notebook shouldn’t come at the expense of features only a tablet can provide. So the solution is to combine both notebook and tablet in one. That’s the idea...

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BenQ GP20 Ultra-Lite LED Projector Review

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digital LED projector has a number of advantages over the more conventional bulb-based model, chief among them being ease of use, near-instant light start-up and portability. BenQ’s $1099.00 GP20 Ultra-Lite LED Projector includes all of these in its 720p resolution portfolio while at the same time avoiding the negative issues...

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ROCKI PLAY Review

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f you had to take a count of those people who  have audio systems — specifically an amplifier — in their home theater, it would probably equal less than those who have portable Bluetooth speakers. But a portable is never going to match the power of an audio system, not...

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HackedPack Hammock-Backpack Now Available On Amazon

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Add some R&R to your hikes, picnics or any other outdoor adventures with the HackedPack Hammock-Bakcpack in tow. The Kickstarter campaign first came up on our radar last August and has since then been fully funded. The nifty high-quality hiker’s backpack features a built-in hammock that can be set up anywhere...

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The Trinity Is A Wind Turbine You Can Take Camping

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We see a lot of solutions for powering up your gadgets when you’re far, far away from a single outlet. Solar is a popular choice, and pedal power is another option. But what about wind? That’s the question posed by the Trinity wind turbine, and it might just be an...

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Finally, A Wearable Generator

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As we barrel into the future, we’re going to need more electricity for all the gear we’ll be festooned with. And that’s a tricky prospect than it might at first seem; if you’re going to wear the technology in question, you shouldn’t have to take it off just to recharge...