So you’re far away from home, and you need to charge your phone, or some other device which is charged via USB. Unfortunately you’re unable to find any wall chargers, but that’s okay, because you have the solar powered charger. It works with almost anything that you need to charge, just simply plug it in to the solar charger via USB and let it charge it up, even faster than your wall charger.
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Verizon has recently gone as far to say that all smart phones they make in the future will definitely be 4G LTE capable, (with the exception of one or two phones). This is great because it means that smaller areas will start to get 4G networks, and that it will become the new norm.
Even though you could get 4G LTE capable devices BEFORE they released this, you couldn’t always get 4G reception. Now over the next few months, many different areas will be gaining the ability to do this. It’s great that soon pretty much everyone is going to be able to get 4G service.
One of the most irritating factors when it comes to phones is the possibility that your battery is going to be drained ridiculously quick. It seems like even if you charge it to full, it can’t even last you the rest of the day, and that can put you in a very uncomfortable situation. The good news is that most phones, (although people did not know this), have cases that can be bought which allow them an entire extra battery.
These cases are not made for every phone, (in fact, extremely old models will not be able to find cases like this). It simply attaches on like a normal case, and plugs in to the bottom of the IPhone, (or wherever you normally enter the charging cable). It can be charged using the charging cable, and helps you lengthen your batteries life, due to it not overcharging as much. These cases are generally inexpensive, unless you buy a case that is higher quality, (which is suggested).
$39 @ IPhone Battery Case
Today, Nokia unveiled the new Nokia N9 smartphone to break some ground in the competitive smart phone industry.
The Nokia N9, based on the MeeGo platform, is planned to be launched later this year. Exact release date for the N9 in 2011 and price are unknown at this time.
The touch screen N9 has an 8-megapixel camera and 3.9-inch (9.9cm) high resolution AMOLED display.
More details and photos @ nokia.com
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I seem to always be running out of power on my iphone, now I dont have to with the PowerSkin Case. The slim fit cases offer protection for your phone and can double your battery life… They are made of impact resistant silicone, lightweight, non-slip grip, and flexible. Your batter life will extend from 4.5-8 hrs.
Most of us would be happy with a standard pair of headphones, but then again an out-of-the-box standard issue pair might not be up to par with what discerning ears are willing to settle for. Nice to know that there are after market headphones out there which are capable of filling in the gap, and the Coloud Colors headphones are more than willing to step in and do the job. Of course, this has nothing to do with Care Bears (anyone remembers that cute little cartoon with plenty of love going around?) despite boasting series of 7 uniformly colored headphones, but rather, it is a tribute to the rainbow of sorts, but you shouldn’t expect traditional rainbow colors as it comes in red, white, black, green, blue, purple and pink. All Coloud Colors headphones will also ship with a microphone remote that will play nice with a range of smartphones including the almighty iPhone, HTC devices as well as BlackBerrys among other handsets that rely on a 3.5mm standard plug. Of course, while this is nothing near Harman Kardon levels of audio quality nor will it bring your listening experience to a totally elevated level, at least it should sound better than what you get with your handset purchase, which probably costs a couple of bucks to manufacture anyways. The Coloud Colors headphones won’t put a dent in your pocket either with a suggested retail price of $45. Also known as the C22M model, it allows you answer incoming calls thanks to the aforementioned microphone/remote function, pausing whatever music that is being played at that moment. Just like Apple’s iPhone which was designed in California but manufactured in China, so the Coloud headphones are developed in Sweden and produced in China. Hopefully there won’t be any sort of performance related issues due to the country of manufacturing, and we hope that stringent quality controls are in place to boot.
Get it here – Coloud Headphones
We have reported on many supposedly wireless chargers before hoping that someday, we will all just lay down our mobile devices on charging pads and we’ll say good-bye to our charging cords forever. This is the ElectroHub, another wireless charging station to join the club, and is planned to make its shining debut at CES 2011. One thing that is promised to make the ElectroHub unique is that it occasionally doesn’t require the device to have a special case, but actually provides ElectroHub batteries, which come in both AA and AAA. That means that you can take any device that takes those aforementioned batteries, like a Wiimote, and swap it out for an ElectroHub one. As far as the devices with non-replaceable batteries, it does require a protective case that works as a converter to charge the device’s internal battery. I guess we aren’t to the Q1 case-less stage yet. The ElectroHub is slated to be on sale during the first quarter 2011, and should cost $39. There are other battery sets that can be purchased separately for about $10. Not too bad for an all-in-one.
Ever heard of Warpia? Perhaps, or perhaps not. Regardless, this is definitely one company that is dedicated delivering single-chip wireless USB solutions to the masses, and they are certainly more than happy to announce the availability of the new and improved Easy Dock Pro. New and improved, eh? That basically means there is a predecessor to said peripheral (aptly named the Easy Dock), with the spanking new Easy Dock Pro enabling users to wirelessly connect to a notebook which in turn will be hooked up to your desktop monitor, keyboard, mouse, and speakers, or to your big-screen TV in HD quality. Unlike its predecessor, the Easy Dock, the Easy Dock Pro can display any online content in stunning HD quality. Playing nice with both Mac and PC platforms, it is also full well capable of supporting other monitors as well as displays of up to 25-inch in size with resolutions of 1920 × 1080 courtesy of a DVI or VGA connection. Bear in mind that the Easy Dock Pro might “mirror” your laptop screen, it will also be able to deliver the “extend mode” that lets you operate a couple of displays simultaneously, making it feel as though your TV was connected to your laptop. For those who love living out the wireless lifestyle, you would definitely appreciate the plug-and-play functionality of the Easy Dock Pro. You can pick it up from Amazon.com and on Warpia’s website for less than $150 a pop.
Get it here – Warpia Wireless USB Easy Dock PC Pro