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VR or mobile gaming? Take Nod Labs’ wireless ring controller with you

Remember when the Nod gesture control ring was creating a bit of buzz last year? Although you may not have heard much about Nod since then, the company has been hard at work fine-tuning their product as well as creating a brand new one. On top of it all, Nod Labs has just announced closing $13.5 million series A funding.

Like a pocketable MX Master, the Logitech MX Anywhere 2 works everywhere

Logitech’s most advanced mouse now comes in a more compact form for easy mobility. Only a few months after the announcement of the MX Master wireless mouse, Logitech has just introduced the portable MX Anywhere 2. Like its larger sibling, the Logitech MX Anywhere 2 features Darkfield laser sensors that track on all surfaces, even glass.

Don’t miss these must-have, eco-friendly Kickstarter gadgets

It’s not very often that one finds multiple, totally incredible projects funding on Kickstarter all at the same time. I think that the hardest part of it all is having to choose which one(s) to support while staying within the gadget budget! But if you want something to distract and excite during the long workday, more »

TechnologyTell Review: Neo Smartpen N2

TechnologyTell Review: Neo Smartpen N2

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TechnologyTell Review: TekGear Twiddler 3 keyboard

TechnologyTell Review: TekGear Twiddler 3 keyboard

Do more with less! Bricwave Xpress flash drive, fast charge cable

One thing about owning and using gadgets is that it’s not hard to quietly grow a collection of devices. You start adding to your gear, and suddenly you feel overwhelmed with the sheer number of items! If you continue on, you’ll come down with GAS (gear acquisition syndrome). It’s real. Go Google it.

Max mobile, tablet, smartphone productivity with the Jorno keyboard

So I just dusted off my desktop PC the other day, because cleaning. Yup, it’s seen that much disuse, especially since I no longer have the time like I used to in my hardcore gaming days. But even if I did have the time, I’m not sure that I would go back. Mobile devices are just so much more.. freeing.

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Neo Smartpen N2 now available for consumer purchase

Despite the advances in digital tech, writing on a screen with a stylus or stylus-type device doesn’t quite compare to a traditional pen. But we’re getting really close. However, some people still prefer to use a regular writing instrument, be it for the handling, creative experience, or good ole’ fashioned nostalgia.

Mini Survival Kit replaces, upgrades your basic USB cable

Slowly yet surely, the standard USB cable may be a thing to collect in filled junk drawers or piles of unused accessories. Sure, it sounds kind of crazy now, but why use a basic cable for your needs when a multi-function cable can do so much more. Personally, I happen to like carrying less while still being able to do/have what I need.

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TechnologyTell Review: Logitech Keys-to-Go keyboard

To some people, a keyboard is just a keyboard. But they may be the same type who can pick any random mechanical pencil off of retail peg-hooks and feel completely satisfied. I don’t know how to do that, since even mechanical pencils are tools in my eyes. And any tools I use – knives for the kitchen, trimmers for the backyard, or keyboards for writing/gaming – are carefully chosen for the long-term.

Review: Canon Maxify MB5320 AIO small office printer

Like a true Dudley Dursley, I have two bedrooms. Yeah, I’m that princess. But like a true corporate lunatic, I recently converted my second bedroom into a cute little home office for those days when I’m “sick” and can’t make it into the office. The newest fixture in my new space, a Canon Maxify MB5320, is an more »

TechnologyTell Review: AAXA P450 Micro Projector

The AAXA P450 micro projector is a fantastic piece of hardware for anyone who wants to experience big-screen viewing with pocket portability.