As anyone who has attempted to carry a keyboard - and we're talking musical, not QWERTY - any distance, you'll know it's generally not the most accommodating of shapes. Infinite Response are attempting to address that, with the VAX77 controller; 76-keys, a powder-coated magnesium casing and plenty of presets for all manner of hardware and software synths, its party trick is a hinge down the middle that lets it collapse to a far more manageable 23.3 x 14.5-inches.
A waste of technology but there are occasions one seeks for durability than performance in external storage. The Greenhouse Pocket SSD GH-SSDEGU-M doesn’t promise blisteringly fast transfer speeds, but the use of solid state MLC technology has level of ruggedness and durability which is simply unmatched with moving-part hard disk drives devices.
In this modern era of digital entertainment, it's no wonder that we often burn through our hard drive space in a jiffy. That's why external storage is such a nice option to have. But often, external hard drives are bulky or downright ugly. But not the Iomega eGo Leather Portable Hard Drive. This thing is downright fancy.
Acer have announced the K10 pico-projector, just 127 x 122mm and tipping the scales at a mere 550g. Based on Texas Instruments DLP technology with an LED lamp, the K10 can produce either a widescreen or 4:3 aspect SVGA resolution picture up to 60-inches diagonal at 2.4m.
The BenQ Joybook Lite U101 netbook is not new on the scene. It has already been released in China. However, it is just now getting its debut in the maker's home market, Taiwan. So, if you've been keeping your eye on this one, now might be your chance to buy.
Wow. This thing is tiny. The Cube Speaker is made by Landport, a Japanese company, and apparently the tiny audio output device can fit within the palm of your hand. So for those that want audio on the go, but want to limit the bulk by as much as possible, this may very well be the way to go.
If you're like me, you're always running out of battery life on your various gadgets during the day. Whether it's your cell phone, MP3 player or laptop, we all could use more battery life at some point. That's why the Powergorilla Battery Charger is nifty to have around.
This unit is portable and resembles a brick of sorts. It can be used to charge up your portable media devices or your laptop, if you wish. Specs for this battery charger include the ability to amp up your laptop for an extra 2-5 hours and other portable devices up to 20 hours.
There are adjustable voltage options as well, letting you specify just how much power you want. And LCD screen always keeps you in the know when it comes to how much power is left and its status. The Powergorilla Battery Charger works with devices charged by means of USB. You can expect to pay $299 for this gizmo. The added battery life is certainly worth it, almost $300 is a lot of money for some people.
If you like to listen to music while in the shower, or plan on tripping on over to the pool or the beach and want some music for the day, you might be interested in the JVC SP-AW303 Splash Proof Portable Speaker.
I can't say that I've really had the urge to scan photos while out and about, but maybe some of you have. For those of you that have needed images scanned on the spot, you'll definitely make use out of the PhotoLink Handheld Scanner from Pandigital.
Ultrasone announced their HFI-15G headphones today, which are super portable and actually the smallest headphones in the Ultrasone HFI line thus far. But don't mistake a small form factor for a lack of features.