Sony just rolled out their new range of Xperia phones and the big want in the lineup is the luxurious Z5 Premium, the first phone to ever offer a 4K display. The 5.5-inch display boasts 806ppi resolution & will upscale lower-res video & images to 4K quality.
This little devil is the most compact 20,000mAh charger you’ve ever seen. So, 20K, that’s enough juice to charge the iPhone 6 seven times, the Galaxy S6 five times or an iPad Mini twice. PowerIQ and VoltageBoost technologies combine to deliver the fastest possible charge & 4.8A output means you can charge multiple devices at once.
Should you roll one up? Why not. A portable keyboard is a very useful device as long as it’s big enough to be comfortable yet small enough to be truly portable. LG’s Rolly fits that bill and the design rolls up into a stick. It’s got 4 rows of keys, 2 less than normal but width-wise it’s nearly full-size. When you’re ready to go, just roll it up, but no need to lick the edge.
We know that Caterpillar makes earth moving machines but now they’re entering the smartphone market with a device as tough as their life-size Tonka Trucks. This Android 5.1 powered phone has a Military Standard 810G certification for shock and drop protection from 6-feet onto concrete. Waterproof, dustproof. The screen is Gorilla Glass & offers wet-tracking & glove-on function.
Lightweight & ultra-thin, Microsoft’s Universal Folding Keyboard works with iPad, iPhone & Android, plus Windows tablets & phones. This wireless bluetooth keyboard features a spillproof design & folds flat to fit in your pack or pocket.
Built for the use & abuse of military and industrial work, Dell’s Latitude 12 Rugged is a tough tablet that can handle mud, dust and sand, four-foot drops, and temps between -20º and 145ºf. It runs on a 5th-gen Intel Core CPU & Windows 8.1.
Solar Paper is not solar paper. It’s not paper at all. It’s a solar charger that is quite thin. Remarkably thin even: .15in. And only slightly larger than your phone itself, this ultra-light 4 oz. solar panel charger will fully re-charge your iPhone 6 in about 2.5 hours. A funded Kickstarter.
After decades of making the most recognizable amps in rock-n-roll, Marshall has turned their efforts to making an Android-powered phone designed to deliver music with a level of audio quality never-before achieved. The phone is called London and features 2 front-facing speakers for great sound even without headphones. It also features the M button, giving you instant access to your music. Volume is controlled by a manual scroll wheel, and dual stereo audio jacks allow you to share your soundtrack with a friend. Marshall’s Mode in-ear headphones are included.
Boasting a 20-mile range, the Rino 650t is latest in handheld 2-way radios from Garmin. It comes preloaded with detailed TOPO U.S. 100K maps and a 1-year subscription to BirdsEye Satellite imagery and features a 2.6” color display and a full navigational toolset with high-sensitivity GPS, barometric altimeter, 3-axis electronic compass and NOAA weather radio.
Square’s simple point-of-sale systems are about to get easier/better. The new reader is a contactless device that accepts Apple Pay & cards with EMV chips. Still wireless. Still pocket-sized.