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  • Strelka is a toolbox that fits on your bookshelf

    23 November 2014, 4:40 pm by: Julie Strietelmeier

    I have a large Craftsman toolbox in my garage that contains all manner of screwdrivers, wrenches, pliers and more. But not everyone has a garage or room for such a collection of tools. The Strelka ToolBook is a toolbox that stores in your home on the book…
  • Store these full sized gear bags on your keychain

    23 November 2014, 12:30 pm by: Julie Strietelmeier

    Minimalists will love these foldable bags that roll up into a palm sized bundle that you can hang from your keychain when you’re not using them to hold your gear. For those of you who don’t like to carry a messenger bag, backpack or duffle bag all the…
  • Old school meets new school with this candle powered LED lantern

    23 November 2014, 11:15 am by: Julie Strietelmeier

    If you have a Caframo Limited JOI Candle Powered Lamp, the next time the power goes out you won’t have to scurry around looking for batteries to feed your flashlights. The Caframo is a small lantern with 8 LEDs that doesn’t require batteries, charging,…
  • Keurig 2.0 Model K550 Coffee Brewing System review

    23 November 2014, 10:00 am by: Janet Cloninger

    Keurig coffee brewing systems have been around for a while now.  There have been a lot of models over the years, but they remained pretty much the same.  They still only brewed a single cup at a time.  They all used the little pre-filled K-Cups available in…
  • RoboReel, Sony Xperia, Drift Light Bulb, dream phones and more – Weekly roundup

    22 November 2014, 5:34 pm by: Julie Strietelmeier

    Did you visit The Gadgeteer every day this week to get your fix of gadget related news and reviews? If you answered no, then here’s a quick way to catch up. Click through to see the full list of news, reviews and articles from this past week Reviews RoboReel…
  • A yoga mouse or the Recon Wireless Folding Mouse?

    22 November 2014, 1:49 pm by: Larry Geisz

    When traveling it’s all about getting the maximum amount of items into the minimum amount of space. When it comes to computer peripherals we see that with small external hard drives and keyboards. The mouse seems to be the one device that although has gotten…
  • Gadgeteer team thoughts – What’s my dream phone?

    22 November 2014, 11:00 am by: Julie Strietelmeier

    Do you ever dream about the perfect smartphone? Of course you do, you are visiting The Gadgeteer after all. Well that’s the question I posed to my team of cracker jack gadget writers this week and here are their answers, including my own thoughts on the…
  • OxyLED T120 Dimmable Eye-care LED desk lamp review

    22 November 2014, 10:00 am by: Kathleen Chapman

    I just love the concept of LEDs. They save so much on energy and energy costs, run at a much cooler temperature than other lighting options (cool!), work forever (well okay, so not forever, but a REALLY long time), and now they have a softer yellow light…
  • The Chillsner keeps that Pilsner cold!

    22 November 2014, 8:00 am by: Janet Cloninger

    Is there anything worse than drinking a beverage that’s less than frosty and tasty?  I think not, and the creators of the Chillsner agree, too.  The Chillsner’s stainless-steel frame is filled with a proprietary non-toxic thermal gel; you keep it in the…
  • Inateck TPB-IA iPad Air sleeve review

    21 November 2014, 2:40 pm by: Andy Chen

    So you have an iPad air and you want a sleeve case.  How about one that doubles as a tablet stand?  Check out this sleeve with a trick up it’s sleeve from Inateck. The Inateck TPB-IA comes in a mustard-colored plastic envelope. The sleeve appears to be…
  • Truffol DuraSound Bluetooth speaker review

    21 November 2014, 10:00 am by: Bill Henderson

    With all the nifty bells and whistles being added to new portable Bluetooth speakers lately, is it still possible to get excited anymore about a new speaker? Especially one that isn’t the best looking, isn’t the best sounding, doesn’t have the longest…
  • Intel introduces MICA, for the stylish, connected woman

    21 November 2014, 9:00 am by: Janet Cloninger

    Intel, working with Opening Ceremony, have created MICA, My Intelligent Communications Accessory for the “stylish, connected woman”.  If a typical smart watch is too boring and bland for your taste, check out the “premium finishes, 18K gold coating,…
  • Logitech’s AnyAngle case holds your new iPad at any angle

    21 November 2014, 8:00 am by: Janet Cloninger

    Logitech has introduced new protective cases for both the iPad Air 2 and the mini (all three versions).  These cases also function as a horizontal stand that can hold your new iPad at any angle.  Your device is held in a rubberized frame that protects the…
  • From nude to super-nude: The NudeAudio Super-M Bluetooth speaker

    20 November 2014, 2:53 pm by: Bill Henderson

    In just a short time, NudeAudio has become known for good-sounding, no-frills Bluetooth speakers that are also reasonably priced. However, NudeAudio was not satisfied (are successful companies ever satisfied?), so they decided to do something a little…
  • Saffron Drift Light Self-Dimming Sleep bulb review

    20 November 2014, 10:00 am by: Janet Cloninger

    Sleep is very important to health.  If you don’t get sufficient sleep, you’ll find yourself unable to deal easily with everyday life, because lack of sleep can negatively impact your emotional state and your mental acuity.  With long-term sleep…
  • Check out these trendy universal tablet stands from Ninki-UP

    20 November 2014, 9:00 am by: Julie Strietelmeier

    Here’s a holiday gift idea for all of the iPad and other  tablet fans on your shopping list. They are universal tablet stands from the French company Ninki-UP. They offer six styles of stands that are compatible with tablets ranging in size from 7-11…
  • It seems the Force may have influenced these watches

    20 November 2014, 8:00 am by: Janet Cloninger

    The Kisai Clone watch from Tokyoflash Japan doesn’t claim to be Star Wars related, but I can see a bit of Darth Vader and a Stormtrooper in them.  The Clone has an ABS case and adjustable silicone strap with a metal buckle.  There are two time display…
  • The Urban Armor Gear Maverick is a Nexus 6 case that meets military drop-test standards

    19 November 2014, 1:32 pm by: Julie Strietelmeier

    If you happen to be one of the lucky gadgeteers who have been able to get your greedy little mitts on Google’s new Nexus 6 or will soon get a Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Android smartphone, the Urban Armor Gear Maverick case will keep these new phonse protected…
  • STM Flip Folio Case also protects the screen of your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus

    19 November 2014, 9:00 am by: Janet Cloninger

    It’s not going to wake your iPhone when you open the cover, of course, but STM’s Flip Folio Case for iPhone 6 or 6 Plus will cover your phone like a Smart Case covers an iPad.  The Flip Folio holds the phone in a molded plastic back cover; all ports,…
  • Keep the fizz in and the insects out with these Bottle Caps

    19 November 2014, 8:00 am by: Janet Cloninger

    Once you’ve opened those old-fashioned soda bottles or a beer bottle, there’s not usually a good way to keep a cover on your drink while you’re finishing it.  These Linden Sweden Bottle Caps will snap on the open bottle and keep the fizz in.…
  • Rail Slice and Rail Artifact tablet stands are made from reclaimed century old railroad steel

    18 November 2014, 4:23 pm by: Julie Strietelmeier

    How would you like to own a 100+ year old piece of railroad steel from the Louisville and Nashville Railroad? Nashville based Rail Yard Studios takes chunks of reclaimed forged rail steel and turn them into unique hand-made tablet stands that can be used to…
  • I was just able to double my Verizon data allowance for FREE

    18 November 2014, 1:58 pm by: Julie Strietelmeier

    I received an email from Verizon this morning that said I could double my existing data allowance from 3GB to 6GB for FREE just by calling a phone number. I just got off the phone with them and now I have 6GB of data and it didn’t cost me a cent. Seems a…
  • Sony Xperia Z3v review

    18 November 2014, 10:00 am by: Julie Strietelmeier

    It’s been over three years since I’ve reviewed or even used a Sony smartphone. The last time was back in 2011 when Verizon Wireless sent me the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play Android smartphone. In the three years that have passed, Sony has dropped Ericsson…
  • Carry a Bluetooth speaker on your keychain

    18 November 2014, 9:00 am by: Janet Cloninger

    I’ve seen various gadgets, including phone backup batteries, used as keychain fobs, but this is the first Bluetooth speaker key fob I’ve seen.  The BluGo Bluetooth speaker from Triple C is only 2.25″ in diameter and 1″ thick.  It comes with a ball…
  • Breakthrough Photography X1, X2 and X3 UV filters review

    4 December 2001, 7:00 pm by: Mark Rosengarten

    (Supermodel Priya poses behind the three filters being tested in this review) I love photography.  There isn’t a day when I don’t have my camera with me, ready to capture something beautiful.  I shoot with a Canon 5D Mark III full-frame dSLR and my…

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