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  • Review: Kensington 4-Port USB Charger

    Review: Kensington 4-Port USB Charger

    Short Version: The Kensington 4-Port USB Charger is an ideal solution for people toting multiple USB-powered gadgets who want to charge more than one of those gadgets at a time without looking for open USB ports and wall sockets. Read More

  • The ‘iYo’ concept aims to make charging gadgets fun

    The ‘iYo’ concept aims to make charging gadgets fun

    Normally my gadgets run out of juice at the most inopportune times, so it’d be a bit agitating for me to have to play with a yo-yo in order to charge them up again. But if I were a yo-yo enthusiast to begin with, the iYo would almost certainly be fully charged. See, the iYo concept uses induction to charge a battery inside of the apparatus. You simply plug a USB-chargeable device into the… Read More

  • Pelican debuts PS3 Controller Charging Station

    Pelican debuts PS3 Controller Charging Station

    Want your other controllers charged while you sit there, playing NBA Live ’08? Of course you do. So in a few weeks, you may want to give Pelican’s Controller Charging Station a whirl. In a modern, tiered design, this station can charge up to four PS3 controllers via mini USB. Only two can be held in midair though. There’s two USB ports on the side in case you want to charge other… Read More

  • Proporta Portable Laptop Battery

    Proporta Portable Laptop Battery

    During extended periods of time when I’m busy playing World of Warcraft working really hard on my Macbook, I’m always pissed to find that my battery is in the red and I’m forced to find a charger ASAP. Proporta’s new Portable Laptop Battery aims to solve that problem with a 6000mAH battery that can provide hours of use after your internal battery dies. With multiple… Read More

  • Hammacher Schlemmer 150-Country Travel Adapter

    Hammacher Schlemmer 150-Country Travel Adapter

    I’m not sure how old this 150-Country Travel Adapter is, but it’s worth noting. It’s quite compact and allows for simultaneous charging of AC and USB. Plus it has a built-in surge protector. The adapter is configurable to work throughout Europe, Australia, Africa and the Americas. It’ll set you back $29.95, but its utility seems more than worth it. 150-Country Travel… Read More