May 3rd, 2011 by ketyung
We have a compact, portable and stylish card reader called Cardette Ultra to giveaway here. The little card reader is useful for those who need a compact card reader for accessing those memory cards off their cameras, while on the go.
Now you can make video calls from your iPhone to friends and loved ones who use Android devices. Thanks to the latest version of the Qik app that makes cross-platform video calling possible.
When using a touchscreen smartphone, you must have one hand holding it and the other hand working on the touchscreen. What if one of your hands must hold something else such as a travel booklet, a burger (while you’re starving)?
We have a great gadget here to giveaway for those who’re always on the go. It’s the XtremeMac InCharge Auto Aux which is a compact 10-watt in-car charger that allows you to keep your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch juiced up while you’re in the car.
If you’re little unproductive with the touchscreen virtual keyboard on your iPad 2, you should then equip yourself with a Bluetooth keyboard. And it’d better be a flexible, rollable Bluetooth keyboard for ease of bringing it along on the go.
These days we’re mostly used to sending electronic greeting cards. But sending electronic version of greeting cards seems to lose the sincerity, while compared to those old school days when you used to send handwritten greeting cards.
We’ve seen a number of gadgets or computer parts made from Lego bricks, including a PC case mod, a USB hub and a router etc. Here comes another PC case that is solely constructed by the use of colorful Lego bricks and has been cleverly designed to prevent it from overheating.
If you always need to stay outdoor, you’ll definitely need a weatherproof and that always keeps you connected to those WiFi hotspots. Amped Wireless has announced a weatherproof wireless N USB adapter, known as UA600EX which is meant for both indoor and outdoor use.
Sony has also joined the same bandwagon, having announced two new Android Honeycomb tablets in the Fall of 2011. The two upcoming Sony Android Honeycomb tablets are known as Sony S1 and S2.