Carrying around that heavy-ass laptop is bad enough & then you’ve also gotta tote that 3-pound charger. But not if you get yourself a Dart. The Dart is the smallest, lightest laptop adapter ever. At 65W, it will provide all the juice you need to keep your laptop powered up & it’s six times lighter than that brick you’re dragging around now.
If your speed habit is getting hard to manage, LaCie’s latest device could be the remedy. This storage unit boasts a terabyte of onboard storage, two Thunderbolt 2 ports, and near silent dual cooling fans. Speed? It’s reportedly fast enough to enable simultaneous plug-and-play RAW 4K video editing and display. That would make it the fastest portable storage device today.
The name Nifty fits because this little mini-drive will add up to 64Gigs of storage to your Air, Pro & Retina Mac. The little card fits seamlessly into your machine’s on-board SD slot & it’s so small you won’t even notice it, until you start stacking it with files.
This portable, wireless storage device from LaCie will keep a hefty 1TB of movies, photos, and files from taking up space on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac, and has a 10-hour battery life. Sync it up and play media all day without cables or an internet connection.
Inside this silver-plated sphere is a 1TB storage system featuring a USB 3 connection. Designed by the Paris-based silversmiths at Christofle, the Sphere also features an automatic Eco Mode reducing energy consumption by 90% when it’s idle. More eye-candy than anything else.
Instead of toting that brick of a power supply around to power your laptop, try this diet-size device from FINsix; it’s the smallest laptop adapter & it squirts out the necessary 65W of juice you need to keep your laptop running right.
The Transporter is your own unlimited private cloud, giving you access to all your files on all your devices any time; anyplace with no monthly fees. It also allows you to share your music and photo files privately with everyone you want. They offer two flavors. One with an internal hard drive and another called the Sync (shown above) that allows you to plug your own drive in.
There are people in this world whose curiosity about computers goes beyond the stuff found while cruising the seedy side of the web in Private Browsing mode. A truly different breed, they want to build their own computers and learn code. This new all-in-one computer-building and coding kit lets those special humans do both and it’s as easy as Legos.
The new Chromebook 11 is looking good and that should give some sizzle to HP’s newest Google-tuned laptop. It’s lightweight, inexpensive & integrates everything Google has to offer from Docs to maps to photos, storage to video chats and all the rest.
The team behind the Ubuntu Edge thought it would be a great idea if your phone could also plug into a monitor and function as the brain of your desktop computer. They call it Convergent Computing & they’ve developed both the hardware and the software to make it work. The slim Ubuntu Superphone features all metal construction & a tough sapphire crystal display & the software does a dual boot when you plug it in, combining Android & Ubuntu OS to create a fully integrated Ubuntu PC.