Business cards have been around for decades. Despite the rise and permeation of everything digital into our daily lives, business cards still exist. Sure, contacts can be shared and exchanged as easy as a wireless whisper, but a physical card can impart far more meaning into a personal connection.
There’s almost no shortage of on-ear headphones between the $100 and $150 price bracket. But what’s common with so many is the amount of plastic you get in bowing headbands. While I don’t have anything against plastic construction, I greatly appreciate flexible and stylish designs. If a headband is going to circle over my head more »
It can be very tempting to get caught up in the craze of audio upgrading. The latest speakers look great, can come in a variety of colors, and almost always have Bluetooth wireless. If you have an older system, it’s that last feature that feels the most missed. Today’s mobile lifestyle, with variety of sources to stream music, practically necessitates wireless connectivity.
With so many battery packs out there in various shapes, colors, and capacities, there’s almost no end to the choices available. But, on the upside, it makes for a greater range of personalization. It’s easier than ever to accessorize with a certain look that you want to portray.
Flashlights are super convenient, and the ThruNite T10S is part of my EDC (every day carry). But sometimes you need a light that can handle bigger jobs, especially when you need to work with both hands. Be it tinkering around in the garage or pitching camp in the middle of the night, a steady, reliable work lamp is going to be your best friend.
The Genius Pack fits in the category of messenger bags for tablets or small laptops. It’s a light-duty bag for those interested in carrying essentials.
I’m a firm believer of the ‘less is more’ concept. You can call it simplicity or minimalism, so long as it’s understood that my habits also maximize on utility. It’s having what you may need with the least amount of baggage – having your cake and eating it too. So when I was presented with the opportunity to review the Keyport Slide 2.0, I jumped at it.
So you’re looking to get a shiny, brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Excellent choice! But before you crack that package open to enjoy your latest toy, you’ll want to make sure you’re protected. For such a large smartphone, or ‘phablet’, a slim case and screen protector should be considered the minimum. If you want options, PureGear is worth looking into.
The Bestek Power Bank and Jump Starter does very well as a convenient kit to have stowed away in vehicles for car and/or gadget charging emergencies.
While attending CES 2015, I made a point to visit as many audio-related booths as I could. While floating through the upper floors in the Venetian, I happened to pop into the suite for High Resolution Technologies. Why? Because they were playing some fun music loud enough to lure me in (unlike almost half of the other suites on those three floors).
The NapAnywhere travel pillow overfunded its Kickstarter campaign back in 2013. It even won an innovation award at the 2014 International Travel Goods Show, but it wasn’t until recently that I had even heard of it. Since I was anticipating some long drives to and from CES 2015 in Vegas, I thought it would be the best time to test out this uniquely-designed travel pillow.
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.