Gift Guide – Bags/Cases

Hands On With Voyager, A Wi-Fi-Enabled Leather Travel Bag

As someone who travels a lot, I’ve always struggled with finding the perfect bag. Anything with wheels is clunky, duffel bags always mix up my clothes and gadgets, and backpacks make me look l

iPod touch gets speed and space increase, sweet new games, price drop

There are some sweet upgrades just announced for the iPod touch, but… no camera. I guess Apple felt that would make it too good. What we have seen is a serious upgrade to the hardware. We’

Meet DiGORO, the android that will one day clean your house for you

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Review: Acer easyStore H340

Windows Home Servers are dropping in price and the Acer easyStore H340 is leading the charge; I like that. This server doesn’t offer a lot of extras like the HP MediaSmart line, but it’s

Video: History of the Internet according to MS

<img src="" alt="" />You know, I have to give props to Microsoft’s ad agency Bradley and Montgomery for a hilarious new ad promotin

Review: Waterfield Cargo Mambo Combo Messenger-Style Laptop Bag

This is one tough, yet elegant bag that will carry your gear in style. I have a lot of bags, a whole closet full of ’em. Although I usually don’t get bags in the $200+ dollar range, (I&#82

Mini-Review: Acme Made camera case

There isn’t too much to talk about here, but this gorgeous little case from Acme Made deserves a look from anybody looking for an expensive but lovely little gift for a spouse or lady friend. Pi

Review: Travelon TSA-approved Checkpoint Friendly laptop bags

What is it about airports that bring out the worst in humanity? Is it waiting in long, arbitrary lines?  Is it being forced to reveal to everyone the holes in your socks?  Is it the $100 beers at th

Review: Seattle Sling Dry Bag

It works! The Seattle Sling Dry Bag is waterproof thanks to a dry bag so I decided to put it to the test. Thankfully for the Hitachi Blu-ray camcorder within (love you, Hitachi) it works as advertised

Review: Zagg InvisibleSHIELD Gadget Protectors Zagg makes the InvisibleSHIELD line of gadget protectors.  The one I install in the video above is for my Canon DigitalRebel XT camera, but they make screen pr

Review: Kata DR-467 Digital Rucksack

I can’t help but compare Kata’s ‘digital rucksack’ to the Lowepro Fastpack I reviewed earlier this year. Its looks, features, and price are similar, but it all boils down to personal preferenc

Review: Proporta Gadget Bag The Proporta Gadget Bag is a handy way to store all the stuff that comes with your gadget lifestyle: batteries, battery chargers, media sticks, cables, etc.  T

Review: Naneu K4L

Naneu makes high quality camera bags that double as backpacks. We reviewed the K3 last year and found one minor problem but the K4L has addressed the issue and I believe it’s one of the best cam

Review: Proporta Dual Skin case

Well, now that we all know what side my bread is buttered on let’s take a look at the first of the iPhone 3G cases to hit these shores. While the Proporta Dual Skin case can fit any iPhone, this

Review: Lowepro Flipside 200

Much like its big brother the Fastpack 250, the Flipside 200, has been a great addition to my arsenal of travel luggage for gadgets and cameras alike. The Flipside 200, however, has primarily been my

Review: Golla Chorus 15.4-inch laptop sleeve

[photopress:scaled.IMG_1629.JPG,full,pp_image] In the long, storied history of bag reviews (see Mark Twain’s What Shall I Put In My New Canvas Sack? from the January 1897 issue of Harper’s

Review: Otterbox Armor Series iPod Touch case

The Otterbox Armor Series iPod Touch case is waterproof, dustproof, dirtproof, sandproof, and drop-proof while at the same time allowing access to most of the Touch’s functions. While the extra

Review: LowePro Fastpack 250 backpack

It seems my never-ending quest for the ultimate gear bag has come to an end. LowePro, purveyors of everything camera related, appears to be the definitive winner at the moment. I’ve been testing