The new Innovators Collection is an eBay showcase featuring the very latest high tech tools, gadgets and gift ideas.
New mini Razer offers 24 watts of great sound.
The small boombox is based on the Leviathan soundbar– minus the separate sub-woofer. But you can still fill a room with music. A Combo Play feature allows a second Leviathan Mini to be daisy-chained for even more awesome sound!
Is there a holiday left? It seems like Thanksgiving is being preempted by big box retailers.
Mini is Now Mobile
Logitech’s new iteration of their small Bluetooth speaker features easier to use controls, a rugged exterior and trendy colors schemes. Plus the sound is improved to compete with speakers costing twice as much! Yes, we’re referring to the Jawbone Jambox. Continue reading
Even in a world without wires we still have to plug into the grid. Bummer.
But now you can get the party started without the hassle of wires or power cords! This clever device is the Eton Rukus Solar, a Bluetooth speaker system with a built-in solar panel charger.
According to Eton the batteries run for about 8 hours and a full recharge takes about 6. To make the info panel easy to read in sunlight (and suck less juice) the display uses rugged E Ink technology- like a Kindle. A mesh pocket on the side nestles your MP3 player or mobile device while a nearby USB port can even provide it a recharge. There’s also a non-solar model if you can’t afford the extra bucks required to get off the grid.
So all you need to do now is decide whether you want it in green, black or white!
Um… I’d like green, please.
SiriusXM Introduces the Lynx Portable Radio, the First SiriusXM 2.0 Radio that Offers New Features and Expanded Channel Lineup via Satellite and Internet
The satellite radio provider calls Lynx the most advanced radio ever, able to receive the new expanded SiriusXM 2.0 channel lineup of commercial-free music, sports, and comedy. Plus it offers a flexible architecture allows for new features and capabilities to be added through software updates. Continue reading