iGo, a leading developer of multi-device chargers for laptop computers and mobile electronic devices, plans to roll out some new items at their first-ever visit to CES, just a few weeks away.
The iGo Laptop Charger, with iGo Green™ Technology, lets you “[c]harge your laptop and other devices from any standard wall outlet, including automatic shut-off and recovery to reduce vampire power.” → Read More
Would you shell out $140 for the iGo everywhereMAX because it charges your laptop in three ways: wall outlet, car outlet, airplane seat? How about the added value of being able to charge up your phone or some other device at the same time? Don’t most gadgets charge via USB these days? And what about the wallMAX for $100 that only plugs into a wall oulet? Would you call either of these… → Read More
The makers of the iWoofer want your Mac home to be the talk of the town and the iGo leads the way. Its funky design envelopes your Cinema Display or iMac and tells the world how rad you are. The iGo’s features will make any ergonomically challenged workspace shape up within minutes. Key features include a turntable for your monitor, halo lamp, and a digital hub for your iPod, digital camera or… → Read More
It’s Chicago only right now, but a new car-sharing service is in the works. Similar to Zip-Car, I-GO allows you to pay a one-time $75 enrollment fee and then $6 an hour plus $.50 per mile for access. It’s non-profit, so you get that warm fuzzy feeling while burning fewer fossils because they use Honda Civics sedans, Honda Civic Hybrid sedans and Honda Elements. The service appears to… → Read More