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  • Gift Guide 2009: Wireless E-book Readers

    Gift Guide 2009: Wireless E-book Readers

    [tab:Intro][flagallery gid=8 name="CrunchGear Gift Guide 2009"] We’re only about five weeks away from Christmas, so now’s as good a time as any to talk about (drum roll, please) e-books. Amazon kick-started the e-book market (with apologies to earlier e-book readers) with the introduction of the Kindle in the fall of 2007. Two years later, Barnes and Noble, IREX, and Sony announced new… Read More

  • Hands-on with the Lowepro Pro Roller x100

    Hands-on with the Lowepro Pro Roller x100

    Lowepro announced a handful of new camera bags at PMA in March and over the last couple months they’ve slowly trickled into the market. We were lucky enough to snag a Pro Roller x100 early and have spent quite a bit of time with it over the last few weeks including trips to Indianapolis for the Red Bull MotoGP. Read More

  • Review: Loopbags Vanguard 15-inch Backpack

    Review: Loopbags Vanguard 15-inch Backpack

    If there is one thing I learned while testing this bag it was that there are better bags out there than a $60 Targus for sale at the airport electronic boutique. And so I’m pleased to introduce the Loopbag Vanguard 15-inch Backpack in brown. In my humble opinion this bag is immeasurably better than a heavy, cheap messenger bag style laptop carrier but it does have pros and cons. First the… Read More

  • Review: Waterfield Designs 13-inch Muzetto laptop bag

    Review: Waterfield Designs 13-inch Muzetto laptop bag

    The $239 13-inch Muzetto bag by Waterfield Designs is a nice bag, that much is sure. It's well built, nicely styled, and comfortable to wear. But friends I'm loathe to admit that I carry too much crap for this poor little bag and it deserves better than me. I'm too much man for this bag. That is not to say this isn't a bag for a man. It's a bag for a man who knows about the good things in life - a… Read More

  • Review: Speck GPS Flyer travel case

    Review: Speck GPS Flyer travel case

    The 9.25- by 4- by 7-inch Speck GPS Flyer is a small-ish travel case meant for storing and displaying most standard-sized GPS systems thanks to a thoughtful pop-up outer compartment with a built-in protective device holder. The inside of the bag features more than enough room for accessories, cables, manuals, and mounting apparatuses. And with an MSRP of $40 and a street price of around $30, it… Read More

  • Review: TekCase for the Nintendo DSi

    Review: TekCase for the Nintendo DSi

    Short Version: Nintendo DSi owners searching for a case that not only protects their handheld but also extends the play time will find Tekno Creations TekCase for the DSi well worth the $30 investment. Read More

  • Hands-on: Chrome Corsair and Vega utility bags

    Hands-on: Chrome Corsair and Vega utility bags

    We jumped on the chance to take a look at two of Chrome’s newest bags: the Corsair and Vega. As Peter Ha told me, Chrome is one of the last true makers of messenger bags. He is rarely right about anything, but this time he was dead-on. These bags are rad. Read More

  • Review: Innergie mCube90 Universal Adapter

    Review: Innergie mCube90 Universal Adapter

    Short Version: A thoughtful universal power adapter that can charge your laptop and a USB-powered device simultaneously, the Innergie mCube90 features a tiny secondary DC adapter that detaches from the main adapter for use in cars and airplanes. Read More