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You could be like every other knuckle dragger in the airport terminal and scrounge for an available outlet, only to lay your iPhone on the floor, or you could spring for this nifty little guy and never again expose
Lexdray Vienna, Copenhagen and Dubai Bags
These limited-run packs are ready for globetrotting duty with water-resistant fabric and high-grade hardware. Black models come with black lining; blue models with camo. The Vienna is all-purpose, with pockets aplenty for laptops
Bluer Denim jeans aim to do good, aesthetically and altruistically. The four styles of jeans are all USA-made, and though high-quality, the legwear is priced just right -- made possible by a direct-to-consumer sales strategy. Buyers can
When it comes to choosing the right laptop, everyone seeks three necessities: a sleek profile, high performance, and most importantly, portability. From convertibles to high-end subnotebooks, we sifted through the market to find the 10 best lightweight laptops.
Breitling Emergency II
The built-in personal locator beacon in the Emergency II uses a dual frequency transmitter to communicate with satellites, making your watch (and everything attached to it) easy to track down in case of an emergency. A
One day, we may all look back at today's digital gadgets with loving fondness. Call it a hunch, but we're pretty certain a 3rd generation iPod Nano won't quite conjure up quite the same nostalgia that vinyl does today. Digital treasures
RED is credited with making some of the most innovative and lust worthy video shooters on the market today. Considering their gear can devour upwards of 50 megabytes of data per second and render eye popping 5k resolution video,
We’re not ones to embrace hyperbole, but the new HP Envy Spectre XT ($1,000+) may actually live up to its category -- and humility-bending title of Ultrabook. Weighing a fairly svelte 3.07 pounds with 14.5mm-thick profile, HP’s newest offering features
Get it straight people. HP's new x2301 monitor isn't thin, it's Micro Thin. What exactly does Micro Thin mean? Well, we'll skip today's lesson on redundancy, and just presume it's a new adjective for describing things measuring 9.8mm (0.39 thick) or
2011 is the year of the tablet, no matter how hard we and our wallets squirm over having another gadget thrust into our lives. But why now? A discussion on that topic could take longer than the birther diatribe if
The wait is finally over folks. HP has announced a Web OS 3.0 runnin'-tablet called the the TouchPad, and it looks mighty fine. Its 9.7-inch, 1024x768 XGA multitouch screen, 16 or 32GB of storage, 1.5 pound weight, and 13mm thickness should
Touch screens are all the rage with mobile technology, but touch-enabled desktops are still few and far between. HP originally led the way with the first TouchSmart PC back in 2008, and since then they've been continually innovating the line.
HP was one of the first PC manufacturers to embrace touch interaction through their Touch Smart All-In-One desktops, and today they showed a further desire to integrate it in notebooks as well. Revamped with a new etched
The EliteBook 2540p is HP's answer for consumers who want top-notch performance and battery life out of a laptop that's only slightly bigger than a netbook. Like the ThinkPad X201s, it sports a 12.1 inch screen, but with
Tablet, Tablet, Tablet. It's all we've been hearing out of the tech rumor mill lately, and it's all referring to Apple's supposed next big thing. While we won't begin to claim that HP's recently announced Dream Screen covers everyone of the
HP wants you to think that your keyboard and mouse are passé. Not unlike someone else we know. The Touchsmart PC might good and well make you a believer too.
The Touchsmart PC is all about simplicity and sleek design. Out of the box,