Universal battery gives you hours of extra play time on laptop

Everyone who travels with a laptop knows that gut-wrenching feeling when youíre far away from an outlet and your battery is at 4%, and to top it off youíre halfway through writing a report for your boss. This is not a feeling anyone wants ever, and so American Power Conversion came out with 3 Universal Notebook Batteries at CES. The ...

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Macworld: Creative Xdock for iPod emphasizes simple X-Fi audio tech

For all of you who haven’t heard of the Creative X-Fi and its wild claims of repairing your audio output to better than CD quality, here’s your intro. As stated, Creative’s claims for their X-Fi audio technology have taken people by surprise, but equally surprising is the improvement that the X-Fi really does make on compresses audio. Their new Xdock ...

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Nyko PS3 & Wii charging stations simplify the recharging problem

OK, so maybe recharging controllers isn’t the biggest problem in the world, but it is definitely a little pet peeve of many gamers. Another problem is that the Wii only accepts AA batteries, and if you aren’t using rechargeables yet, then stop complaining because you aren’t using your brain. Luckly, the recharging station forces you to use the NiMH batteries. ...

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Surf all season long with uSurf

Out here in sunny Southern California, surfing is a way of life. Too bad that right now its winter, and the water is really cold for us (itís probably between 50 and 60 degrees Fahrenheit), so many of us have to go withdrawals and not get in the water until April. Lucky for us, Brookstone heard our cries and so ...

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Macworld: XtremeMac Luna wakes you up with style and sophistication

The XtremeMac booth has so many new products lined up on display at its huge floor booth at Macworld that it is hard to figure out what products to spend the most time on. On Tuesday, the new Luna iPod Alarm Clock Audio System is the winner. You have probably seen some nice iPod alarm clocks before, but it’s some ...

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Toshiba struts its stuff with HD DVD-R drive in notebook

At CES this year Toshiba decided to follow the HD DVD trend with a laptop that is capable of burning HD DVDs. While the laptop was only a prototype, it is a great step for HD DVDs because it will quicken the transition from traditional DVDs to HD DVDs. As of right now everyone is keeping hush-hush about this drive, ...

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DIY LCD TV wall mounting the easy way

No doubt about it. Buying your first LCD screen is an enlightening experience. While testing the product at the store, your mouth salivates with anticipation and awe at the clear color. Once you’ve made the decision to own one of these flatscreen suckers, the trouble begins. How do you hang the damn thing up without losing your pride and asking ...

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Gold PSP makes Wonka and Veruca Salt jealous

Screw a golden chocolate egg. We want one of these gold colored PSPs. The PSP-1000 CG, the newest model number for the new color, CG standing for Champagne Gold, is expected for release in Japan in late February for the US equivalent of $175. We heard through the grapevine that Veruca Salt’s opinion of the new PSP is kind of ...

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Bic ballpoint pen chandelier inks its name in design coolness

We can’t speak for all of you precious readers, but we know that we would much rather rock something this unique and beautiful in our homes then a typical crystal ceiling hanger. The enPieza ¬†Volivik takes the Lo-Fi of writing supplies and the modernism of design and creates a piece that we have a hard time resisting. We’ll be the ...

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USB Heating Blanket steadies your gamer touch

Nothing interferes with a gamer’s coordination more than alcohol and coldness. With many cold nights still ahead, give your nervous system a break with this USB Heating Blanket made by USB gadget guru, Brando. It’s perfect for those days where a sweat shirt just isn’t enough. Since we have connections with many geeks who live in their parents basement, we ...

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