Tiny Tech 2: Tools for travellers

Tiny Tech 2: Tools for travellers

Summary: Tired of lugging large tech accessories? Compact your carry-arounds.


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    Cube Laser Virtual Keyboard

    For iPad and phone, the cube projects a full-sized keyboard onto a flat surface.

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    Micro Mini tool set

    Stainless steel precision-crafted tools.

Topics: Hardware, After Hours

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  • Just a bunch of random gadgets...

    Most articles on Zdnet start to seem just like filler. I bet she hasn't even tried most of this, like the O.R.B. Headset, that thing hasn't even come out. And there's no description on any of this that says how useful they could be to the casual traveler. It just looks like they were taken from a "Shut up and take my money" post on 9gag. No pricing, no links to a store, no nothing. It's sad to see this kind of posts for your usual readers...
  • O.R.B. not on market

    This was the most interesting item there but shouldn't be there because you can't buy one yet. Lazy reporting.
    new gawker
    • Not even that

      That's no reporting at all, it even points to another website that made a report on it, and that website points to the real website where you cannot buy it yet as it doesn't exist in the market...
      • And that website is dated 2009

        And it says the ring will be shipping in 2010 for only $129.
        NoMore MicrosoftEver
  • Garbage article.

    Got me excited for no reason.
  • "For iPad and phone."

    "•Connects wirelessly via bluetooth to iPhone, iPad, many Smartphones and most Laptops"

    But you know - only iPads and "phones" (which implicitly means iPhone since iPads were singled out in the first part of the sentence) matter.
  • On the go, that's me!

    My laptop has not moved from the dining room table (except when company comes) in the 2 years I've owned it. My desktop is a full sized tower that could act as a small nuclear bunker. No cell phones of any kind. Wait! I do have 2 eBook readers, does that count for on the go? We never take them out of the house, so I guess not. 11 year old car with no aux or USB input. I guess I'm just a reactionary old Luddite.