While Adobe figures out how to do away with software they’ve decided to step into the hardware market, with the Project Mighty Smart Stylus & Napoleon Ruler. The stylus works much like the one you use now but together with the ruler it enables you to create curved and angled shapes. It’s designed to work with a yet unreleased app and according to Adobe it’s also “cloud connected.”
This is the world’s smallest router. Not for intricate toothpick carvings, it’s a wireless router actually. It’s pocket-sized for easy portability and keeps you connected to the signal whether you use Windows 8, iOS, or Mac OS.
Unlike that dull little flash drive you’re currently using, this one from the storage warriors at SanDisk swivels 360º & the donut hole in the middle means you can connect it to your keychain or clip it to a carabiner. Available in 4, 8, 16, & 32 Gig capacities.
Who among us is a true touch-typist? Exactly, so most likely you look at the keyboard when you type. And since you spend all day everyday staring down at it, why not look at something cool? This Super Hero themed keyboard skin fits the Apple wireless keyboard, 13″ & 15″ MacBooks and most MacBook Airs plus it won’t block out backlit keys.
What’s the use of an 18-inch PC tablet that weighs 5 pounds? Honestly, we have no idea but surely someone does. The Transformer AiO is an all-in-one desktop PC that pops off its stand to become a massive tablet. It runs Windows 8 on Intel’s i3 CPU or optional i5 & i7 processors plus when it’s in tablet mode it can be switched over to run its onboard Android 4.1OS.
The Transporter provides off-cloud storage for your files. By keeping them in your local network, it also allows you to share them with anyone anywhere once you authorize access. Cloud storage is more expensive, less secure, & with most services, remote access to your files can be a painful process. Not with the Transporter. It’s simply better.
Inspired by the sci-fi classic Blade Runner & created by award-winning designer Phillipe Starck, this high performance USB 3.0-powered 4TB hard drive will easily handle your storage needs and if you ask us, it will look damn good doing so.
The only foreseeable problem with this waterproof, key-shaped compact USB drive—which comes in 8, 16, & 32GB capacity—is the fact that you’ll want to put it on your key chain. Which means that chances are pretty good you’ll be searching in the couch cushions for important documents at some point.
If “goofy” and “novelty” aren’t qualities you’re looking for in a USB drive, this smooth, sleek, Macbook-matching drive should be right up your alley. Available in 16 and 32GB capacities, it’s designed for pure function.
Surprise, it’s not a hard-drive, all though it does have a ton of storage. The IdeaCentre Q190 is actually the smallest fully-functioning desktop PC ever made. The compact design allows you to watch video, create a home theater with incredible graphics and sound, run Windows 8 or simply browse the Web on your favorite screen, all without taking up valuable space.