GoPro keeps making it easier for you to be a one-man show. Their latest trick: the Wi-Fi BacPac & Wi-Fi Remote Combo Kit. Now you can control multiple GoPro cameras remotely from your phone, tablet or their included waterproof remote.
It’s not easy aiming the male end of your power supply into the female receptacle (on your phone) in the dark. The CordLite can remedy this problem. Using bright LED lights, this device lights up the hole allowing you pinpoint accuracy for the always-critical recharge insertion. This product is still in development but you can pre-order it now.
Samsung’s press release for their latest Android-powered touchscreen smartphone claims the new Galaxy S III will “allow you to lead a life extraordinary.” C’mon guys, calm down, it’s a phone. We will, however, give them credit for loading it with Android’s latest OS, Ice Cream Sandwich (yes that’s the name) plus powerful, sharp two-way cameras, and a 1.4GHz 4 quad processor for file transfers twice as fast as their last model.
With a name that was once mocked as Apple’s entry into “feminine hygiene products,” the iPad has become yet another of the brand’s ubiquitous, can’t-live-without-it devices. Just a couple hours ago, Apple announced the release of their third-generation iPad. Apple’s website is calling it simply the New iPad. The greatest advancements in this new version are in the display. Driven by a smoking new A5X chip, powering 3.1 million pixels, it is hands down the sharpest, most high definition display ever. It is literally four-times better than the iPad2. The new iSight camera is also a major upgrade. We could go on but we know you just want to see the video. It’s all pretty awesome, try not to hemorrhage.
The quality of the photos on this Nokia 808 Pureview are part of the reason that before long, we won’t need cameras that are just cameras anymore. It features famed Carl Zeiss optics and a ridiculously huge 41-megapixel sensor. Basically, snap a photo with your phone and you could blow it up to wrap a skyscraper if you want.
It makes no sense that you’d protect your phone’s glass screen with another piece of glass, but since you’re not a glass expert, let us explain why it works. Firstly, the screen protector from Spigen isn’t just glass, it’s actually Oleophobic coated chemically treated tempered glass. That’s science-speak for “Smashproof.” Get it? Ok, later. Source
Unless you’ve taken your obsession with Mad Men a little too far, your car cigarette lighter probably isn’t getting a lot of use. This little nug from Just Mobile turns your car lighter into a 2-port USB charging station. Way smoother than a Pall Mall. Source
You might not believe this but we found a battery charger/power supply for your phone, computer, & electronics that runs on water. Yup. It’s a hydrogen fuel cell that converts water into electricity. Don’t expect us to explain this weird science but we can tell you this: the futuristic little PowerTrekk unit is eco-friendly and provides power totally off the grid. Available May 2012.
Conduct a quick survey of your friends and you’ll be surprised how many of us have dropped our phones in the toilet. As they say, shit happens. Liquipel’s unique process for waterproofing your electronics can protect your phone, tablet or other handheld device from the damaging effects of liquid. Maybe not the full-immersion flip into the porcelain pool, but pretty much everything else.
If you tote around any type of USB-powered device you’d be nuts not to buy this PocketCell rechargeable battery bank from Innergie. It’ll be your lifeline for dying phones, tablets, and everything else powered requiring juice via USB. It is small, totally portable and compatible with over 10,000 devices.