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Shaving balm, vintage Apple sneakers, modular adventure bags and more.
Turn your desktop doldrums into a bumpin' good time.
Aluminum luggage from Muji, a limited-edition chronograph, a premium laptop and more.
A compact camera bag, a customizable Valentine's Day gift, 25-year-old whiskey and much more.
How to save on Lodge's iconic cast iron skillet, the photojournalist's lens of choice, J.Crew's hunting sweater and more.
A mechanical gaming keyboard for pros and n00bs, a tactical backpack, a new View-Master and more.
Circle is a feel-good device for checking in on (this is not "monitoring") any wi-fi-enabled space.
Well curated, simple, sleek and organized is the name of the game in the quest for the ultimate coffee table.
Finding a great gift for the gadget lover doesn't have to empty your bank account. These gift ideas prove it.
Gifts that improve the gearhead's ride or his time between stints in the driver's seat.
A big screen isn't all you need for the big game. Here's everything your guests could possibly want.
The new Wilson Blade 98 tennis racket, Nike’s tour-exclusive putter, a portable keyboard by Logitech and more.
The Amazon Dash Button, Logitech's best-ever wireless mouse, Adams Golf's Blue Line of golf clubs, a collapsible hiking chair that promises "big chair comfort" and more.
Gear Patrol's gift guide to the 16 best tech and gadget gifts under $50 available in 2014.
Today in Gear: Dewar's 15 Year Scotch, a flawless Logitech iPad stand, and another reason to cut cable.
Today in Gear: Knoll totes and duffels, Sony's new GPS wearable, hand-drawn playing cards and more.
Today’s handyman is far more than a mere fixer of household problems. Armed with knowledge and the right tools, no task is too complex for their capable hands, from fine carpentry and engine work to maintaining wi-fi-based home ecosystems. They deserve celebration and appreciation -- and yet, as you’ve undoubtedly noticed, they are an incredibly humble breed, their most cherished rewards being the result of a hard day’s work. We’ve put together a dozen gift ideas guaranteed to boost enthusiasm, bolster abilities and foster talents for the do-it-yourselfer in your life.
In a world cluttered with uncertainties, you can be assured of this: you’ll never be stumped for something to buy if there’s a techie in your life. As the pace of innovation hastens each year, the technology fanatics among us can’t ever seem to find contentedness. That’s bad news for one's wallet, but it’s great for those hoping to send the perfect message this holiday. Have a look at our recommendations below -- just be sure to gear up for one or two massive hugs in return.
Today in Gear: Samsung's new Galaxy Note Edge, the Lumo Lift posture tracker, a new Polaris ATV, and more.
You don’t need us to tell you that smartphones are becoming exceedingly central to our lives; just look at the massive market for phone accessories. Whether you’re a fitness buff, a photographer or an avid traveler, there’s tons of gear for your phone that matches your lifestyle. We've picked our favorites for both the Android and iOS ecosystems.
Today in Gear: Seiko's murdered-out collab with White Mountaineering, a new cooler for the worksite, Samsung's quest for home appliance domination, Logitech's ultra affordable computer speakers, potato vodka from the rockies and a wallet dipped in indigo.
Today in Gear: a plant even the blackest of thumbs can't kill, a sock of the month club, Zagato's stunning Gallardo-based concept, Logitech's latest wireless speaker, Rio-ready polos and Lone Survivor on Blu-ray.
Today in gear: a new entry level Logitech Harmony remote, the Nuvyyo Tablo DVR for cord cutters, Quixotic Pocket Squares, Wild Turkey Diamond Anniversary Bourbon and BBQ recipes from London.
The Harmony Smart Keyboard ($150) is a new product aimed at set-top box users tired of searching for content one letter at a time, and Home Theater PC users sick of switching between a remote and keyboard. But does it work as advertised?
Today in gear we examine Samsung's Level Over headphones, a personal Vitamix, a Uniqlo blazer for spring, Logitech's ultimate iPhone case and a reversible belt worth packing.
Today in Gear we examine small survival kits, the perfect living room keyboard, LunarGrands for the office, Amazon's Dash scanner and Dropbox's organizing gallery app.
Today in gear we examine Apple's foray into your car, the perfect IPA glass, bars made out of Jerrycans and Logitech's perfect home theater keyboard.
Gear Patrol's guide to 16 great gadget gifts under $100.
Recon Instruments Snow2 HUD Used to be you tied some flat sticks to your feet and slid down a mountain, desperately avoiding trees. These days, kids — with their gadgets and gizmos and rap music — get all the thrill of skiing and then some. Snow2 is a small HUD unit that fits inside the...
Gear Patrol's guide to the best office gifts under $150
Just because the word "air" is in your latest iPad's name doesn't mean it's going to float on the ether if (when) you drop it. There isn't going to be some magical, fluffy cloud protection when you slip it in your work bag or duffel; there is neither a keyboard nor some sort of built-in kickstand. So, clumsy, what're you supposed to do? How do you keep your pristine investment and advanced piece of technology looking new? How do you keep it accessible and functional in every imaginable way and every imaginable place, from the airplane to the board room to the living room? For starters, you could do worse than picking up one of the best iPad Air cases on the market. We've rounded up 35 of the grandest grippers, gewgaw-laden sleeves, shells, keyboards and folios and parsed them by price.
The Q Camera There is no trendier camera than the Q. That’s not to say it’s the latest trend, but rather that it embodies everything a modern, casual shooter could ever want. Available in a wide array of colors, the Q is waterproof and automatically uploads every shot to the cloud via built in 3G,...
Hochstadter’s Slow & Low Whiskey Ready-made cocktails are wariness-inducing, oftentimes saccharine malt beverages — the drinkers of which refer to them as “bevvies”. Slow & Low is not part of that drinker’s scourge. Rather, this is a rye-whiskey-based Old Fashioned simmered with raw honey, orange peel and horehound to produce an easy-drinking cocktail right out...
Cyrus Noble Bourbon One jug of this Kentucky-distilled, San Francisco-bottled 90-proof bourbon can be had for less as you might pay for a night at the movies, yet returns worlds more entertainment. It’s been around since the gold rush days, and who wouldn’t want to tipple a glass of affordable Americana born of the days...
Adicross Tour Golf Shoe Engineered to provide support while on the green and to ergonomically assist the body as it twists (while you smack that perfect drive), the lightweight adicross tour is a boldly styled, waterproof hole-in-one. The tour comes in bright colorways — our favorite is blueberry and metallic silver — and a spikeless...
Manufacturers would prefer to regularly pillage your wallet by selling you a screen for every situation -- but it doesn't have to be that way. The Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover ($80+) can transform your favorite Apple tablet into a laptop-rivaling email burner -- and spare you the hassle of lugging a Smart Cover too, since it doubles as a magnetic cover.
Originally designed to play music on only their own products, Apple's AirPlay technology now allows users to stream multimedia from iPhones, iPads and computers to any enabled HDTV or speaker system via wi-fi. Because Apple now allows third parties to use their tech, myriad standalone speaker systems designed specifically for AirPlay are on the market: some are better than others, and they all span the price and design spectra. Here are our 10 picks for some of the best AirPlay speakers available.
The typical Mac user’s desktop setup is a uniform of brushed aluminum, displayed with pride and reverence. Many accessory makers have tried break into the clique with lures of enhancements — but few take the bait, for fear of marring their Cupertino livery.
To the inexperienced, the words “techie” and “guy” seem synonymous. Sure, most guys do like technology these days — but like does not true a techie make. So while this list can absolutely be applied to any modern man, its real target is the hardcore gadget nut. The one who scours the blogs and refreshes...
We’ve all got one. Maybe it’s you: The mediaphile in the family who’s impossible to shop for because he has it all and he’s seen it all — twice. His TV? Projected. His surround sound? 9.2. His wardrobe? Needs work. His love of movies and music has been fueled in the past by those enabling...
The Logitech Broadcaster Wi-Fi Webcam ($200) is specifically designed for the serious narcissist video web blogger (we will never, ever use the word ‘vlogger’ — don’t say we haven’t got any dignity) and, while it only works alongside Apple products, the additional HD video options it introduces add a sense of professional quality to your...
Windows 8 is coming, and if Microsoft has its way, PC users will be transitioning seamlessly back and forth between their desktop and tablets like they’re in some kind of Ridley Scott daydream; that is, as long as they own the right accessories. For those unfamiliar with Windows 8, the traditional desktop experience you know...
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