Forget neck ties. There are way better options for dads out there in the portable electronics world. If you're looking for some gadget suggestions for a Father's Day present, check out Part 1 of my "Gifts for Guys, Dads and Dudes."
Basic black or business black? When it comes to the color and design choices available for laptop bags, the options can feel just about as numerous as paper or plastic. Just walk the aisles of your nearest retail chain and you'll see that most laptop bag offerings have a decidedly bland, and boring businessman look -- with extra emphasis on "man." For folks looking to add a bit of style to their laptop storage, read on for my review of the C6 Tote laptop bag.
Frame rate and resolution typically get all the attention when it comes to discussions about the PC gaming experience. True aficionados, however, know that those two things only tell part of the story. Check out my review of the ROCCAT Kave XTD, a PC headset that sports a built-in soundcard and true surround sound.
Like dictators of banana republics and illegitimate governments, smartphones are a power-hungry lot. It's a reality that's especially apparent during travels, where you see folks huddling like ants to sugar around wall outlets at airports or hotel conference rooms. For folks who don't like to constantly fiddle with their chargers and adapters, one case tries to provide a solution by literally offering a two-pronged approach. Check out my review of the Prong PocketPlug iPhone case.
Seeing toddlers tethered to their parents at the mall always makes me chuckle. There's just something about little kids ambling along with mini bungee cords that is both adorable and hilarious, especially when they try to get away from their parents with limited success. On that note, meet the equivalent for your iPhone. For more details, check out my review of the Kenu Highline iPhone Security Leash.
And for my next trick, I test yet another tracker for helping ensure that you don't lose track of your portables and other stuff. Read on for my review of the Kensington Proximo.
Need extra assistance to ensure you don't forget your stuff? I take a look at a couple of security trackers, starting with my review of the Bluenio Nio Tag.
Wondering how to take a screenshot with your brand-spanking new M8? Maybe you wanted to find out how to access its memory or SIM card slot? I put together a quick list of HTC One M8 tips and tricks for new owners. Go on, check it out. You know you want to. Pretty, please?
Nothing quite impresses the ladies like popping open a beer bottle with your watch. Probably. Check out my review of the Happy Hour Timepieces Lightweight watch for a gadget that does just that.
It's tough being a small fish in a big pond. Not only do you have to be wary of the big fishes, you have to compete against all the other small fishies as well. I look at a veritable small fish in my review of the Tego Audio CERA wireless Bluetooth speaker.